#Disney1990 Pacific Heights, King of New York, Miller’s Crossing, Texasville, 1990 December 22, 2018December 23, 2018 firstmagnitude 3264 Views 4 Comments 1990, King of New York, Miller's Crossing, Pacific Heights, Texasville, The Last Picture Show https://siskelebert.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/King-of-New-York-1990_x264.mp4 Home Video – The Last Picture Show Post Views: 4,331
4 thoughts on “Pacific Heights, King of New York, Miller’s Crossing, Texasville, 1990”
I found Pacific Heights excruciating. Granted, don’t know much about California tennant laws, but I found this whole thing very implausible and it just annoyed me. They were right on with their criticisms.
King of New York is one of the better Ferarra films, but my fave is Fear City. He’s not high on my list of auteurs though.
I really gotta revisit Miller’s Crossing. Remember liking it a lot.
I remember renting the VHS for Pac Heights. We enjoyed it, I guess. Remember very little now. That was 1993.
Notice Roger’s voice changes a bit during the shots where they show the old rating system and the new one?
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