Chazz Palminteri

Running Scared

June 1, 2006 // 0 Comments

Once in a great while a movie comes along that almost literally blows you away. Nothing could have prepared me for "Running Scared." Wayne Kramer's latest film is a hard-hitting, visceral, over-the-top extravaganza of blood and bullets that [...]

Mulholland Falls

September 27, 2004 // 0 Comments

Lee Tamahori’s 1996 crime thriller is a wonderful mix of influences creating a rather strong and atmospheric film with a noir feel as well as an edgy modern feel. Set in Los Angeles in the 50s, the film tells the story of a squad of four detectives who [...]

One Eyed King

August 20, 2004 // 0 Comments

’One Eyed King’ is an independent film that tells the story of the Irish Mob in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen where everyone is struggling to survive and trying strike it rich, climbing the ladder of the family. It is a story of the friendship [...]


May 26, 2004 // 0 Comments

About 3 years before Harold Ramis’ ’Analyze This’ the silver screen already saw a wonderful comedy about a mobster in desperate need of counseling. The film was ’Faithful, ’ written by Chazz Palminteri based on his own stage play, starring [...]

Down to Earth

July 17, 2001 // 0 Comments

During the featurette included on the DVD of Chris Rock’s latest film, ’Down to Earth’, one of the interviewees states that once we see the film, we’ll understand why they remade ’Heaven Can Wait.’ Well, I’ve seen ’Down to Earth’ and [...]

Analyze This

August 1, 1999 // 0 Comments

"Analyze This" has first caught my attention when I saw the trailer for the film’s theatrical run, showing a crying Robert DeNiro with his heavy Italian-tinged mob accent. "Hold on," I thought to myself, "this can’t be [...]

A Night At The Roxbury

July 7, 1999 // 0 Comments

Paramount has done an excellent job on this DVD. It may surprise you – as it surprised me – that Roxbury makes an exceedingly good DVD demo disc. Featuring a broad color palette, with pastels and bright colors splashed across the screen. The [...]


July 3, 1999 // 0 Comments

Hollywood has always depended on star power to sell tickets at the box office. In recent years, this has become more important than ever, as studios put big money into star vehicles (it horrifies me to think that people will go see a movie simply because [...]