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Bullets Over Broadway

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Big-city mobsters and the Broadway stage collide hilariously in this side-splitting all-star comedy that has audiences and critics rolling in the aisles! John Cusack stars as David Shayne an idealistic young writer who ll do anything to get his first Broadway play off the ground - even if it means teaming up with the mob! Surrounded by a wacky cast of characters including a gangster s ditzy girlfriend a mob hit man and a tipsy actress Shayne s got to pull it all off before the curtain falls and the bullets start to fly!. Actors: Chazz Palminteri - Jack Warden - John Cusack - Tony Sirico. Director: Woody Allen. Format: DVD. Format Size: Widescreen. Runtime: 99 mins. Language: English. Region code: Region 1 (United States Canada Bermuda U.S. territories). Discs: 1. Rating: R. Genre: Comedy. Release Year: 1994.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Woody Allen's best -- at least for casting Sept. 21 2002
Format:DVD
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe no poll has ever been made about which one is most deemed as Woody Allen's masterpiece by far. I once thought that we seemingly tend to pick whichever we can best relate to, but recently when I had a chance to sit down and watch five of his movies all over again -- "Annie Hall", "Manhattan", "Hannah and her sisters", "Bullets over Broadway", "Mighty Aphrodite" -- I realized that any of us could easily relate to at least something in each of those great films. That would define Allen's genius when it comes to directing (romantic or un-romantic?) comedies. When it comes to casting, though, "Bullets over Broadway" must be the best of all, featuring the finest performance of every actor. Not only the credit must go to those in lead roles (John Cusack -- who played Woody Allen's would-be character, Dianne Wiest, Jack Warden, Jennifer Tilly), but the supporting cast was superb as well (with Tracy Ullman as Eden, Chazz Palmenterri as Cheech, Rob Reiner as Flender, Mary-Louise Parker as Ellen, and Stacey Nelkin -- Allen's ex-girldfriend -- as Rita). This film was perfect in each of its scenes, but if I had to pick my favorite one, it would be the final dialogue between Cusack, Parker, Reiner and Nelkin. I don't remember having heard in any other comedy a dialogue that's so hilarious and so thought-provoking at the same time.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Strange Bedfellows Feb. 24 2002
Format:VHS Tape
I'm usually pretty hit-and-miss with Woody Allen films, and in this case, it was a definite hit. The film explores the behind the scenes goings-on of a 1930's Broadway show being put into production. John Cusack stars as the self-important young writer/director who finds his play bankrolled by a Mafia kingpin, which necessitates having the kingpin's mistress in the play. Chazz Palmenterri plays the mistress' bodyguard, a man who has a knack for re-writing scenes. The actors in the play are Dianne Wiest, Jim Broadbent, Tracy Ullman, and Jennifer Tilly. All the performers in the movie are exceptional, with special praise to Wiest and Tilly. The dialogue is typically funny for an Allen film, and the plot moves along well. The behind the scenes aspect of the film works very well, and Allen does an amazing job (along with the production team) of re-creating a 1930's atmosphere. The film speaks about the need for art to be accessible to everyone, and not simply a self-indulgent activity that strokes one's ego. This is certainly one of Allen's most accessible films.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Woody always hits or misses. This one's a hit!!! Feb. 18 2002
Format:DVD
It's always all or nothing with Woody Alan. Either the film is brilliant, hilarious and wonderful (as this is) or tedious and flat (Celebrity or that Godawful Everyone Says I Love You). This film flat out makes me laugh hysterically. If you are a theatre buff--add even ten more enjoyment points!
It has a great sense of time and place---thirties Broadway that is just wonderful. What a thrill to see NYC circa 1933
with a great thirites soundtrack including Toot Toot Tootsie.
From Diane Wiest's over the top self absorbed Talullah Bankhead type actress ( Academy award winning performance) to Jennifer Tilly's hysterical mob girl to James Broadbent's nervous actor who just can't stop eating to Chaz Palmentiri's sensitive gangster (also an Academy Award)...this is a hoot and a half! Just can't stop laughing from this film. When I'm down, I watch it and it's a pick me up.
Lots of great surprises--Harvey Fierstein, Rob Reiner,
and other classic character actors in minor roles. This is one of Woody's best! Some of the funniest lines to ever come off an hors dourve tray. See this one. The plot is very surprising and outrageous and lovers of black comedy will
smile.
As for some of Woody's other good ones, see Radio Days or Mighty Aphrodite, Broadway Danny Rose or Hannah and Her Sisters. Avoid at all costs Deconstructing Harry and Sweet and Lowdown and the aforementioned Celebrity and Everyone Says I love you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars "I'm NOT An Artist, Thank God" May 10 2001
Format:VHS Tape
These last two words were what SHOULD have been added to the last line of the film to make this excellent movie even better. John Cusack, in one of his better roles, plays an aspiring playwright during the 1920s, and considers himself to be a great one--although he later learns that he really isn't. Like his Marxist-inclined intellectual friend Flender (Rob Reiner, looking very much the part), Cusack thinks that art is of supreme importance, perhaps even more important than human life itself. Discussing art in a Greenwich Village cafe, Reiner gives the analogy of a burning building: if you could rush in and save only one of two things--a human being or the last known copy of Shakespeare's works, which would you save? His answer, of course, is Shakespeare's works. Why say such a horrible thing? Because to intellectuals, art "lives." You'd have no right to "deprive the world of this great art" just to save the life of "an anonymous human being," he says. Cusack agrees. But this belief is put to the test when in order to save a work of art, gangster Cheech (well-played by Chazz Palmentieri) actually commits murder. Cusack then realizes that no work of art is worth a human life after all. At this point, Cusack says, "I'm NOT an artist."
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3.0 out of 5 stars disappointing product
Service was prompt. Package intact. But when played, the video was dark and occasionally blurred. Poor technical quality made a good movie barely watchable.
Published 5 months ago by Jack
5.0 out of 5 stars Bullets Over Broadway
This is one of Woody Allen's best movies. Brilliant dialogue an excellent acting by Diane Wiest and Chaz Palmintieri. A debate on art versus morality.
Published 20 months ago by Jean Johnson
5.0 out of 5 stars Very funny, physically beautiful and very smart
Not deep, but very, very funny. Wonderfully written and splendidly acted, especially by Diane Wiest in a wild, very different role. Read more
Published on April 17 2011 by K. Gordon
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny, funny, funny!!
And funny. Great casting, great script, funny dialogue and good directing. The wonderful thing about this whole flick -- Woody Allen decided NOT to be in it. Read more
Published on May 17 2004
1.0 out of 5 stars Were they trying to make a movie that makes no sense?
I'm not stupid, but this movie made no sense whatsoever. I didn't understand one bit of the boring, mindless conversations, characters, their purpose, etc. And a plot..? Read more
Published on June 18 2003 by Paul A. Rundle
5.0 out of 5 stars decent
this movie was enjoyable, but not the best woody allen i've seen.
Published on Jan. 8 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Comedy Gem
Not only one of Woody Allen's best films but one of the best comedies of all time.
Published on May 25 2002 by Scott
5.0 out of 5 stars Tilly shines, as Weist wins Oscar Gold. How can you resist?
My top three favorite Woody Allen films will always stay the same (3- "Sleeper", 2- "Annie Hall", and one- can you guess it? thatt's right "Bullets Over Broadway. Read more
Published on May 20 2002 by Leroy
4.0 out of 5 stars Funny In A Dark Way
If you have a dark sense of humor, Bullets Over Broadway is for you. Chazz Palminteri is quite amusing as a mobster who discovers his own playwrighting talents. Read more
Published on Jan. 4 2002 by G. J Wiener
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Movie - Lame DVD
I'll keep this short and non-pretentious.
I find this film very enjoyable. Although Woody Allen isn't in this film, blatent aspects of his own neurotic behavior leak through... Read more
Published on July 2 2001 by Nick Danger
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