Miller's Crossing

Miller's Crossing

Set in 1929, a political boss and his advisor have a parting of the ways when they both fall for the same woman.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:1990
  • Language:English,Italian,Irish,Yiddish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   murder,   wig,  

Tom Regan, an advisor to a Prohibition-era crime boss, tries to keep the peace between warring mobs but gets caught in divided loyalties. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shawn S (br) wrote: While it's not as good as its predecessor, it's still a great sci-fi movie with a unique story.

David K (ag) wrote: this movie cracks me up

shawn W (es) wrote: Street shit I love it

vincent g (ru) wrote: over rated for what it is.

Ethan H (fr) wrote: Such a classic movie.

Gary G (ca) wrote: This is sort of the low-rent version of Better Off Dead minus the suicide attempts. The story follows a guy who's trying to get into the same college as the girl he'd had a crush on all through High School. It's got a few of the same supporting players making cameos and producer Savage Steve Holland is also behind this attempt to recreate history. The movie has the same blend of absurd heightened reality and those little skits he's imfamous for mostly involving A & B trying get out of their latest drama relying on the male lead to choose the correct answer ie. If A is in a boat rowing, and B leaves after A by five minutes...blah blah blah. It usually involves A & B getting killed or mamed as a result of the incorrect answer being chosen. The male lead was appealing enough but he didn't have that same sparkle John Cusack had--and he didn't have all that much chemistry with Lara Flynn Boyle who also wasn't quite as likeable. It was cute 80's fare though with more than a few laugh-out-loud moments.

Gary G (it) wrote: Kevin Bacon in his first "sadist on a river movie"--this time he's a guide to New York teens. Mindless eye rolling fun!

Orlok W (us) wrote: Wacky Characters Make For Fun Movie--Hot Stuff delivers the GOODS!!

Richard K (de) wrote: So bad it's good! As if Mae West trying to be a sex bomb wasn't funny enough,she's married to a very young Timothy Dalton. There's loads of cameos from the likes of Ringo Star,George Martin,Alice Cooper and Tony Curtis. Possibly THE campest film ever made.

Neil L (mx) wrote: A play on tarzan but for the exception of a randy jungle-boy, very little comedic value away from double-entredrees

Joe M (it) wrote: Above average horror flick from Mario Bava. Not overly scary but decent story line, acting and scenery. Barbara Steele is fantastic.

Byron B (ru) wrote: I recently worked on a professional stage production of this work. It is nice to see the story loosened from its one room confines on stage. Some of the dialog has been shifted also to give star Jimmy Stewart, as Shep, top billing even above Kim Novak, as Gil, who should be the center of attention. Novak's acting style works, I suppose, as the "inhuman" modern day witch. I've often found her to have odd mannerisms anyways. Stewart and Novak had just starred in Vertigo together. It was released the same year. With Stewart definitely going grey, the 25 year age difference was hard to get past in this picture. Elsa Lanchester, as Aunt Queenie, is another actress who I haven't seen often, but who's acting style strikes me as too over the top. Shep's co-publisher and his secretary are characters that you never actually meet in the stage play and still they don't leave much of an impression here. Hermione Gingold lavishes the part of Mrs. de Passe, another character who we only hear about in the play, with all sorts of eccentricities. Janice Rule, as Gil's rival Merle, also does a great job bringing to life a character who is only talked about in the pages of the play. I really liked Jack Lemmon, as Gil's impish brother Nicky, even though his role is scaled back in this production. And Ernie Kovacs, as the always drunk author and researcher of witchcraft Sidney Redlitch, surprised me with his keen and often non-verbal sense of humor. The many cats who play Pyewacket were well trained. The magic in this pre-Bewitched story is not really all that magical, however. And it seems that this is not some of James Wong Howe's best work. He shoots some real locations around New York and too often scans the knickknacks in Gil's shop, since the romance and comedy are a little poor.

Mark D (kr) wrote: Very good A+C. Nice mix of comedy and the gangster genre. Plus Costello is hilarious through out.

Lex J (nl) wrote: It offers a heartbreaking tale of siblings dealing with a father with dementia. It is unbearably sad. Almost impossible to watch again.