I know, I know…After a few recent rants about how I hate it when the bad guy gets away with whatever it was he did in a film, I’m here giving a film where that very thing happens a 3.
What sets this one apart is that the main character is, in effect, the “bad guy” and he does change his ways and comes clean in the end.
If it wasn’t for those annoyingly stupid “professional ladies”** (and the excessive foul language), this film would be one of my favorites.
**I’m trying to keep certain keywords out of TIWAM’s search queries.
I’m a sucker for “filmed in one central location” movies, but everything was way too desaturated here.
Any film made on the streets of New York is going to have billboards in it.
One of the few films I’ve seen multiple times that still manages to keep me on the edge of my seat.