Things Change

Things Change

DVD - 2000
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An elderly shoeshiner resembles a mob kingpin and is asked to confess to murder in return for his ultimate dream of owning a fishing boat and retiring to the "old country."
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Columbia Tristars Home Video, c2000.
ISBN: 9780767847506
Branch Call Number: DVD Things
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 100 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in. +,program notes.


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Jul 03, 2016

A small movie of monumental tedium. Mamet can't direct, and his curdled sensibility makes him the wrong person to helm an allegedly whimsical comedy. Ameche doesn't have enough to do; a potentially good scene of him giving a shoeshine lesson to a young hotel butler gets scuffled by Mamet's insistence on framing the incident from the POV of the Joe Mantegna gangster character, who is BORING. Most of the picture is as stale as Mantegna's incessant stream of cigarette smoke.


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