Hell's Kitchen N.Y.C. (1999)

Hell's Kitchen N.Y.C.

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In this hard-edged crime drama, four kids from the tough New York neighborhood of Hell's Kitchen decide to pull a robbery, but their first foray into crime does not go well. When the dust settles, Hayden (Ryan Slater) is dead, and Johnny (Mekhi Phifer) gets pinched by the cops, while Patty (Johnny Whitworth) and Gloria (Angelina Jolie) manage to get away. Johnny serves a five-year stretch in prison for the theft. Although Gloria was in love with Johnny, Hayden was her brother, so she's become … More

Rating: R (Nudity, Sexual Situations, Adult Language, Violence and Drug Use)
Genre: Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Tony Cinciripini
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 11, 2004
Box Office: $9.1k
Runtime:

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Cast


as Johnny Miller

as Liz McNeary

as Gloria McNeary

as Ricky

as Hayden

as Bulldozer

as Bar Patron

as Bar Patron

as Boyle's Bartender

as Boyle's Thug

as Bulldozer Fight Anno...

as Bulldozer Referee

as Hines Fight Announce...

as Hines Fight Announce...

as Hines Referee

as Johnny's Corner Man

as Musician

as Playground Kid

as Playground Kid

as Playground Kid

as Playground Kid

as Rasta Man

as Ring Girl

as Ring Girl

as Ring Girl

as Ring Girl

as Stripper

as Stripper

as Stripper

as Stripper

as Whisperer
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Critic Reviews for Hell's Kitchen N.Y.C.

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
New York Times
Top Critic

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Village Voice
Top Critic

Full Review… | December 6, 2005
Film Threat

September 13, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

March 11, 2004
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Full Review… | December 8, 2002
Film Threat

Audience Reviews for Hell's Kitchen N.Y.C.

Hell's Kitchen isn't much of a film and falls apart rather quickly. The story is garbage and goes off in several different directions at once. Additionally, the acting is remarkably poor; except for Angelina Jolie, who tries to rescue the film, but the script is working against her. Some of the plot threats are interesting, but overall the story's incredibly incoherent. Bogged down with a bad script and poor directing, Hell's Kitchen winds up being a monotonous film without any focus.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

Super Reviewer

½

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Joseph Eastmond

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