R | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
In 1970s Los Angeles, a mismatched pair of private eyes investigate a missing girl and the mysterious death of a porn star.
At the end of the film a marquee for the Comedy Store is shown in the background, featuring Tim Allen. "Allen started his career as a comedian in 1975. On a dare from one of his friends, he participated in a comedy night at Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle in ... ...
How do you like my car, Big Boy?
During Holland March's search for Amelia Kuttner, the bourbon bartender recognizes her and claims that she was at the bar recently, drinking "Bourbon Martinis," to which March responds, "Well, that's disgusting." A Martini is a cocktail composed of either gin, or vodka, mixed with dry vermouth and served straight-up, or on the rocks with olives or a twist of lemon.
A Manhattan, however, is a cocktail composed of either bourbon, or rye, mixed with sweet vermouth and bitters and served straight-up, or on the rocks with a cherry. A Rob Roy is prepared and served the same way, but substitutes the bourbon, or rye for scotch.
March is correct in expressing his disgust towards Amelia's drink order.
$11,203,270 (USA) (22 May 2016)
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