The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn - Part 1
Kristen Stewart is topless but nothing can be seen.
Travis in Married to the Mob (1988) in 1080hd
While Married to the Mob is not a very funny comedy, it is
kinda high-style and charming. It has top-notch production
values, big names in the cast, and another big name behind
the camera. Unfortunately, the material isn't very fresh,
and a lot of the characterizations came from the Larry
Storch school of comedy, which teaches its pupils how to
make very silly faces and hit people over the head with
their hats. Both Skipper and Gilligan studied there.
Matthew Modine and Mercedes Ruehl turned in especially
unsubtle slapstick performances
And Jonathan Demme ... ??
Well, Demme is a good director, but there wasn't that much to work with, and he's not really known for comedy. In fact, Demme did do screwball comedies early in his career, but he obviously turned in another direction in the intervening decade between those days and this film. Did you get a lot of good chuckles out of Demme's other films just before this one - Philadelphia, Beloved, and Silence of the Lambs? If so, I can honestly say that this film is funnier than those three.
But there are some redeeming moments:
By the way, screen veteran Dean Stockwell played Tony "the Tiger" Russo, apparently head of the Sweetened Breakfast Mob, and his capos included:
"Sugar Pops" Pete PetragliaOops, I guess I imagined all that. Well, he was really named "Tony the Tiger".