Monday, 18 October 2010

Analyze that

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Mobster Paul Vitti is released into Dr. Ben Sobol's care, where only more chaos ensues.

Robert De Niro ....... as ........Paul Vitti
Billy Crystal ....... as ........Ben Sobel
Lisa Kudrow ....... as ........Laura Sobel
Joe Viterelli ....... as ........Jelly
Cathy Moriarty ....... as ........Patti LoPresti (as Cathy Moriarty-Gentile)
Joey Diaz ....... as ........Ducks (as Joey 'Coco' Diaz)
Jerome Le Page ....... as ........Convict
Joseph Bono ....... as ........Wiseguy
Brian Rogalski ....... as ........Earl
Thomas Rosales Jr. ....... as ........Coyote


Nearing the completion of his sentence in Sing Sing prison, Paul Vitti's life is threatened by assassins and corrupt guards while incarcerated. He fakes insanity and starts singing showtunes from West Side Story to get the attention of Ben Sobel, who previously hung up on him while attending his father's funeral. The FBI calls in Ben to see if Paul is really insane. It turns out Vitti is faking it, but Ben doesn't find this out until after he's left Sing Sing. Needing some therapy himself after his father's death, a grieving Sobel talks Vitti into finding a regular job (per FBI request). Vitti attempts to find a legitimate job (he tries his hand at a car dealership, a jewelry store and a restaurant), but his rude manners and paranoia mess things up.

At the same time, he also discovers the Rigazzi family are the ones who want him dead. He reacts to this by telling the Rigazzis he is 'out', and seeking a new line of work. He finds employment working as a technical advisor on the set of a Sopranos-like mafia TV series. Meanwhile, FBI agents inform Sobel that Vitti has his old crew back together, and may be planning something big. This rouses Sobel's suspicion, and he visits Vitti, the two get caught up in a car chase, which ends in Vitti escaping. The FBI blames Sobel, and gives him 24 hours to track down Vitti.

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The Story
In this classic motion picture, Rosiland Russell is a newspaper reporter who is looking to get out of the news business. Her plan is to by marry and become a house wife after her divorce from newspaper publisher Cary Grant.
(sometimes you have to wait a couple of minutes before the movie starts)