Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
In 1955, screenwriter Budd Schulberg - who won an Oscar for his screenplay - published his novel "Waterfront", which focuses on the causes of waterfront corruption and elucidates the involvement of the shipping companies, the mayor's office, police, and the ... ...
You take it from here, Slugger.
Towards the end of the film when Terry confronts John Friendly at the little club house on the river, a Coke machine on the porch appears and disappears between cuts.
Opening credits are shown over a bamboo-type mat background.
13 hours ago
The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News
Spike Lee Looks at the World Differently After 'Black Panther'
1 day ago
Spike Lee Praises ‘Black Panther’: It’s ‘Changed Everything, Especially for People of Color’ — Tribeca
12 April 2018
Variety - Film News
New Caribbean Film Fest to Launch
Dive deep into everything about film festivals, family entertainment, IMDb Picks, and more.