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Frank John Hughes , Al Corley - Opening night after party for Phalaris's Bull at the Beckett Theater - Arrivals. at Beckett Theater, - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 18th December 2015

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Frank John Hughes and Al Corley

Matthew Settle, ROSS MCCALL and Frank John Hughes - Premiere Of "Dark Tourist" Held at ArcLight Hollywood - Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 14th August 2013

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Matthew Settle, Ross Mccall and Frank John Hughes
Matthew Settle and Maria Alfonsin
Matthew Settle, Ross Mccall and Frank John Hughes
Matthew Settle and Maria Alfonsin

Frank John Hughes - L.A. Premiere of "Dark Tourist" at the ArcLight Cinemas - Arrivals - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 15th August 2013

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Yonkers Joe Review


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Making a film about a scam artist is probably a lot like being one -- no matter how solid an idea seems, it's really all about the execution. The life of a cheat lends itself to high drama and conflict, but it can also be riddled with clichés. Throw in a mentally disabled son and a shot at the big score, and you've got a combination of storylines so obvious, they seem destined to fail. But Yonkers Joe doesn't fail. It's a spunky little indie that succeeds past its cheap conventions.

Both the credit and the blame go to writer-director Robert Celestino. His cornball plot shouldn't work, but his direction, especially with actors, does. Chazz Palminteri (Celestino's executive producer) is the title guy, a gambling stiff with an amazing ability to cheat crap games. He'll belly up to a table, pull some David Blaine-like moves to drop tainted dice into a game, and make a fortune. Unfortunately, Atlantic City security has his number, and private games are too small for his ambitions.

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Bad Boys Review


Good
Competent yet asinine, Bad Boys teams Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as an Odd Couple-ish pair of cops. Will helps Martin get his groove back while the duo fight crime. Typical Bruckheimer fare with explosions a-plenty, though less vapid than usual, mainly because Smith lends an air of credibility to the whole thing that Lawrence tries -- in every scene -- to destroy.

Catch Me If You Can Review


Excellent

Steven Spielberg's best movie in at least a decade, "Catch Me If You Can" is a capricious, invigorating, infectiously jaunty caper about one of the most extraordinary con men in United States history.

In the mid-1960s, Frank Abagnale Jr. passed himself off as an airline pilot and fooled Pan Am, as a doctor and got a job as a Georgia hospital's graveyard-shift emergency room manager, and as a lawyer, becoming an assistant prosecutor in Louisiana under the wing of his unsuspecting fiancée's father.

And when he was finally caught -- after cashing millions of dollars in bogus checks to boot -- Frank Abagnale Jr. was all of 20 years old.

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