Blue in the Face

1995

Action / Comedy

5
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 43%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 8160

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Cast

Michael J. Fox as Pete Maloney
Giancarlo Esposito as Tommy Finelli
Mira Sorvino as Young Lady
Harvey Keitel as Auggie Wren
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1hr 23 min
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1hr 23 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by leplatypus 1 / 10

Boogie woman (vhs)

i don't remember the movie at at all but i have taped this Madonna scene: In 1995, it's already a couple of years that Madie just do silly things and this guest starring is like this: sexpot, too much make- up, bad manners, sure she couldn't be no more an inspiration for me and in addition, she delivers the message to unpleasant, grumpy Keiteil: it's not funny, not dramatic, it's just nothing... so really, this scene would have been cut from the movie, it would stay the same... Enough of those in between movies!

Reviewed by Syl 6 / 10

Okay about LIfe in Brooklyn!

Brooklyn, New York has changed over the last 18 years since this film first premiered. The location near Prospect Park is now one of the most desirable locales to live and reside in the borough and even in New York City. Brooklyn's transformation from a working class borough has changed in some parts. Brooklyn has become hip for the trend setters. It also gentrified in areas especially near the Prospect Park, Brooklyn's Central Park. Still, the film reminds me of another time when Brooklyn wasn't so hip or trendy but real. The people of Brooklyn and New York City like Harvey Keitel, Lou Reed, and others recall their likes and dislikes as well. They spend their time smoking at the Brooklyn Cigar Shop where Augie played by Keitel is the manager but not the owner. The cast includes top notch performers like Lily Tomlin, Lou Reed, Roseanne, Mira Sorvino, etc. A lot of the film's script seems improvised but it makes the film more authentic to documenting the life in a day.

Reviewed by itamarscomix 6 / 10

Messy, but fun

A companion piece to Smoke rather than a sequel, and as such it works well enough, but the fact that it's made mostly of outtakes and improvisations is easily detectable, and it feels far too disjointed, while still trying rather feebly for a coherent storyline, especially in the epilogue. However, the acting is good enough that many scenes shine through, some of the cameos feel forced but most of them are spot-on (brilliant appearances from Madonna, Roseanne and Jim Jarmusch especially) and it's enjoyable for fans of the original Smoke as well as Jarmusch fans, although all too often it feels like a Jarmusch carbon copy that doesn't have Jim's unique spark and vision.

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