#Tribune1986 Legend, At Close Range, Wise Guys, Louie Bluie, 1986 December 18, 2018June 28, 2021 firstmagnitude 2474 Views 5 Comments 1986, At Close Range, Legend, Louie Bluie, Wise Guys Play Video Post Views: 3,299
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I remember that not a lot of critics liked Wise Guys when it came out. I haven’t seen it in years but I did enjoy it and also like it because my cousin did the score for this film.
Also, Piscopo and DeVito appeared in another gangster comedy, Johnny Dangerously.
At the end, they didn’t show the clips for what they were going to review the next week. Why?
Legend was SUCH a huge disappointment. The man behind Alien and Blade Runner makes this – with the legendary Rob Bottin no less on FX. I was a bit heartbroken by this damn film. And so annoying!
With Louie Bluie, loved reading Roger’s review of it, which talked about him going to that bar in 1970 and going back week after week for over a year to see Howard Armstrong and his band. Also, they talk about making docs. Well, Roger did.
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