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Gabi Lener 4 years ago
Loved it, didn't get bored at all while watching it. Don't understand the low ratings
Rosalio Galvan over 2 years ago
Sven Delarivière almost 3 years ago
Amber Maczaczyj almost 4 years ago
Gerald Cohen 4 years ago
Tom o'brien 4 years ago
Rory Banks 4 years ago
Becky over 4 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 5 years ago
Robbie Crossfield over 5 years ago
Scott Baker 6 years ago
Steve Tetreault over 6 years ago
Lily Konantz over 6 years ago
Jake Barlow over 6 years ago
Charles Barker over 6 years ago
Robert Baker over 6 years ago
Mark Sweeney over 6 years ago
Ciaran Bourke over 6 years ago
Get Shorty is a 1995 crime-comedy film based on Elmore Leonard's novel of the same name. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and starring John Travolta, Gene Hackman, Rene Russo, and Danny DeVito, the plot remained true to the book except for a few minor details. The sequel Be Cool began production in 2003 and was released in 2005. It was based on the novel of the same name published in 1999. Chili Palmer (John Travolta), a loan shark based out of Miami, clashes with another mobster, Ray "Bones" Barboni (Dennis Farina). Barboni borrows Chili's jacket without permission, and Chili gets it back after slugging Barboni. After several more confrontations, Barboni tried to get his boss, Jimmy Capp (Alex Rocco) involved. Capp refuses to go to mob war over such a trivial matter as Chili's jacket. When Palmer's New York boss, Momo, dies of a heart attack, he quickly finds himself working for Barboni. Barboni's first order is for Palmer to collect a 18K loansharking debt owed by dry cleaner Leo Devoe ...
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