R | | Crime, Drama, Romance
A womanizing, crooked cop on the payroll of the mafia is confronted with the reality of his double life after he is asked to kill a beautiful and ruthless Russian gangster.
According to Bon Jovi's "100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't be Wrong" collection, Jon Bon Jovi mentioned in the confession book that he wrote the song "Always" for this film. He didn't like the movie, so he exercised his right to pull it from the film. Later, the song became Bon Jovi's biggest selling single at the time. The song never did appear in the soundtrack or the film. Jon does not consider the song a love song. He refers to its narrator as "one screw-less Looney Toon".
Maybe it was just his imagination, but whenever he'd pull up that plate, he'd hear a... sucking sound. It started out small, with the first 65 grand. And then it got bigger. Pretty soon it was the only thing he heard. Pretty soon, all he could think...
Curtains inside/outside the window of the apartment building where the first (Dennis Farina) witness is staying.
The Australian Region 4 disc, released by Magna Pacific/Becker Entertainment, is the censored TV version. All swearing has been removed as well as close-up shots of bullet hits and nudity.
$1,225,737 6 February 1994