R | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
After his life is saved by a lonely cop, a mobster who moonlights as a stand-up comedian provides the cop with a beautiful young companion.
The film began production in Chicago during the summer of 1991, which, coincidentally, was around the same time frame as Robert De Niro's latest film, Backdraft (1991) was released in theaters by the same studio that produced this film, Universal Pictures.
Dealer in Car:
Yo fellas, what's up?
Driver: Same old same old.
Dealer in Car: I got meatballs, I got ready rocks, I got gumballs. Shit, I even got gas starter kits.
Shooter: Jumbos, two-twentys.
Dealer in Car: Two-twentys'll be 40.
Shooter: You break this?
Dealer in Car: I ain't no cash machine.
In the scene at the police station where Wayne is typing up a report while he talks to Frank, he uses white-out to correct a mistake. But since he's using a multi-part form, the typo would only be fixed on the top copy.
$3,815,555 7 March 1993
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