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Martin Scorsese plays The Accountant. Scorsese directed Griffin Dune in After Hours (1986) See more »
You ever been laid, Kim?
No, never; what's it like?
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The Millionaire's Holiday
Performed and written by Combustible Edison
Produced by Carl Plaster and Combustible Edison
(c) 1994 Combustible Edison Ltd. (BMI)
(c) 1994 Sub Pop
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Amazing cast .... but the film is way less than the sum of it's parts ......
Rarely has such an amazing cast been wasted so badly. Griffin Dunne, Rosanna Arquette, Illeana Douglas, Ethan Hawke, Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, and John Turturro, all jumped on board, only to be torpedoed by a script that seems like nothing more than a Hollywood in joke. Attaching Martin Scorsese's name to this was probably the draw, but the end result is way less than the sum of it's parts. Resembling a nightmare gone horribly wrong, each scene seems more contrived than the next. "Search and Destroy" is nothing more than abstract, stylish, self indulgent nonsense, and the entire film is decidedly dull.......... MERK
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