Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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What a waste of talent. Glenn's character, as the cop, comes off more moronic than Turturro's, who is mentally challenged. You have a bunch of bookies, led by George DiCenzo, sitting around yelling and cursing the entire movie - bookies who don't do anything but yell and threaten when someone stiffs them. Not an ounce of realism here, and the comedic bits aren't funny. Horrible.
Good cast with nothing to do than spout generic New York good guys dialogue in this tired retread of much better gangster films.
I stumbled on this the other day and decided to give it a go. I'm so glad I did. The cast is so great. Really fun.