Although Caine won an Oscar in 1999 for The Cider House Rules, there's a reason you didn't see his follow-up in this movie: because it's total crap. The acting is awful and the story is an insult. Director John Irvin has had better luck with "women's films" like Widow's Peak and A Month By the Lake, but unfortunately his action ends up more like Raw Deal.
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A bodyguard at Eminem's SHADY RECORDS is being sued after allegedly attacking a club-goer at a New York nightclub two years ago.
Scott Cherry, a bouncer who routinely protects Eminem and 50 CENT, reportedly beat MICHEAL ESPOSITO, a DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION employee, as he was partying at Union Square's SPA on 10 February, 2002.
Esposito says he was leaning against the bar when Cherry suddenly approached him and asked him to leave before punching him.
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