Married into a life of crime, three women living in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City in the late ‘70s find themselves trapped in their incarcerated husband’s shadows. Tired of being weak and dependent, the ladies band together to take control of their situation by trying to take over the mob.
In this wildly entertaining thriller, a young man called Baby is the perennial pedal-pushing getaway driver for an Atlanta crime boss. However, unbeknownst to his boss, Baby plans to wipe his hands clean and hit the road for good, but first he has to find a way out and get away from his life of crime.
After watching Focus, I thought back to a great line from Will Smith’s con artist character Nicky Spurgeon, in which he proclaims, “There’s two kinds of people in this world. […]
After watching A Walk Among the Tombstones, I literally felt like I was going to puke. This mystery-thriller, based on Lawrence Block’s popular novel, is a gross and grisly foray […]