Pain....Agony//Some genius work definitely "Scemi splash on the Sauce" in real time. Buscemi Brothers back in the Jukebox working hard on checking off tracks for their upcoming full release of "2750" and "HallofFame22E.S." Working alongside the 'Producer of the Year' BDW aka Ol Boi Buc (Schizo Shit) hammering out hits after hits. Get Ready-Get Familiar-Get Lit! Be sure to check out the Mick Jagger Challenge..AFC yeah-yeah
Joe gives anonymous names to his crew for an upcoming job. Mr. Pink is upset that his name makes him sound like a pussy, but Joe isn't having any of it. Released in 1992. Actors; Joe Cabot played by Lawrence Tierney, Mr. Pink played by Steve Buscemi, Mr. White played by Harvey Keitel, Mr. Orange played by Tim Roth, Mr. Blonde played by Michael Madsen, Nice Guy Eddie Cabot played by Chris Penn, Mr. Blue played by Edward Bunker, and Mr. Brown played by Quentin Tarantino. Directed by Quentin Tarantino.
www.twitter.com/stjohnlasvegas After a run of bad luck, John (Steve Buscemi), a compulsive gambler, runs away from Las Vegas and toward a normal job and life. Taking a nondescript position in an auto insurance company in Albuquerque, he tries to get ahead in the straight world, amid the ever-present temptations of scratch-off lotto tickets. When his boss, Mr. Townsend (Peter Dinklage), asks John to accompany his top fraud debunker, Virgil (Romany Malco) on an investigation of a dubious car accident near Vegas, John sees an opportunity to get a promotion , though hes concerned about returning to the gambling game. Before leaving he becomes involved with his eccentric co-worker Jill (Sarah Silverman), a dalliance that has the potential to become a real relationship. Soon John is on the road with Virgil, where they encounter a series of offbeat characters, including a wheelchair-bound stripper (Emmanuelle Chriqui), a nude militant (Tim Blake Nelson), a park Ranger (Jesse Garcia), and a carnival human torch (John Cho). While Virgil is the supposed leader of the investigation, its John who begins to finally assert himself, pushing the case closer to a conclusion. Through the journey, Johns confidence builds, and he realizes that he cant escape his gambling addiction by running away from it—it will follow him wherever he goes. Its only when he returns to Vegas and his experiences there finally send him on the path to breaking free. First time writer/director Hue Rhodes SAINT JOHN OF LAS VEGAS follows the wild and funny trip a guy has to take to discover theres more than one way to hit the jackpot in life.
Subscribe to our Facebook page for movie news, trailers, reviews and other interesting posts. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Silver-Screen/1392392501042173?ref=hl Directed by Jim Jarmusch Produced by Rudd Simmons Jim Stark Written by Jim Jarmusch Starring Youki Kudoh Masatoshi Nagase Screamin' Jay Hawkins Cinqué Lee Nicoletta Braschi Elizabeth Bracco Rick Aviles Joe Strummer Steve Buscemi Music by John Lurie Cinematography Robby Müller Editing by Melody London Mystery Train is a 1989 independent anthology film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch and set in Memphis, Tennessee. The film comprises a triptych of stories involving foreign protagonists unfolding over the course of the same night. "Far From Yokohama" features a Japanese couple (played by Youki Kudoh and Masatoshi Nagase) on a blues pilgrimage, "A Ghost" focuses on an Italian widow (Nicoletta Braschi) stranded in the city overnight, and "Lost in Space" follows the misadventure of a newly single and unemployed Englishman (Joe Strummer) and his companions (Rick Aviles and Steve Buscemi). They are linked by a run-down flophouse overseen by a night clerk (played by Screamin' Jay Hawkins) and his dishevelled bellboy (Cinqué Lee), a scene featuring Elvis Presley's "Blue Moon", and a gunshot.
This is the plane used in the movie Con Air. I've not yet seen it so I can't say anything more about it.