Movie Scenes: Goodfellas – One dog goes one way and the other goes the other.

The Goodfellas Painting

One of my favorite movie little bits in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas: Joe Pesci‘s character Tommy at Robert De Niro‘s Jimmy make a stop at the home of his mother – played by Martin Scorsese‘s mother Catherine Scorsese – to pick up a shovel to bury their Billy Batts … situation. MOTHER: Have some more. You hardly touched anything. Did Tommy tell you about my painting? Look at this. (Pulls out an oil painting from alongside the refrigerator.) JIMMY: It’s beautiful. TOMMY: I like this one. One dog goes one way…

Al Pacino revisits flop of his career.

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Not many leading actors would come out to support their biggest movie flop over three decades, but Al Pacino has always been special. Pacino signed off a 34-film retrospective of his work at New York City’s Quad Cinema by making an appearance at a special screening of his 1985 historical drama, “Revolution.” Made for $28 million, considered a sizable budget in the 1980s, “Revolution” is set against the backdrop of the Revolutionary War and grossed barely over $350,000, according to Box Office Mojo. But Pacino, 77, remains proud of the…

Patio Theater – Shows from 10/14/17 – 10/28/17

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The Patio Theater • 6008 W Irving Park Rd • Chicago, Illinois Upcoming Shows THE MASSACRE The 24-hour-horror-movie-marathon – THE MASSACRE! Films Include: THEY LIVE DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER (Silent with live organ) GREMLINS 2 Tickets Available … Saturday 10/1412:00 PM Tickets BOTOKS Patryk Vega, tworca kasowych hitow kinowych, uderza w polska sluzbe zdrowia. W tym filmie zadna scena nie jest wymyslona! “Botoks”, nowe dzielo autora “Sluzb specjalnych”, “Pitbulla. Nowych porzadkow” … Friday 10/208:00 PM Tickets$23 The Patio Theater PresentsTHE N.Y. DOG FILM FESTIVAL…

Batman and Bill

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“Batman and Bill” – A documentary about how the credit for creating Batman was stolen by co-creator Bob Kane who’s credited on all the Batman comics. Look at the covers and you’ll see “by Bob Kane”. Bill Finger was a ghost writer but he was there from the beginning and came up with the mask, the cape, the dark costume.. oh.. and the rest of the characters, the Bat cave, and on and on and on… This is what Bob Kane’s bat man looked like when he showed Finger what…