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Plot: Charlie, a former mobster, is abducted by five privileged young men desperate to raise a $2 million ransom to save the sister of a friend. As Charlie plays mind games, however, his captors splinter — each wondering whether one of their own had a hand in the crime.
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Dark, yet oddly funny
I taped this movie on the USA Network at three o’clock in the morning, watched it some time afterward, and I was blown away by this film. Former gangster Carlo Bartolucci aka Charlie Barrett (Christopher Walken in one of his best roles ever) attends a bistro where he finds that a group of swaggering young men, consisting of Max (Sean Patrick Flanery), Avery (Henry Thomas), Brett (Jay Mohr), T.K. (Jeremy Sisto), and Ira (Johnny Galecki), have taken over his usual booth. Charmed by the guys, Charlie takes them for a ride, only for them to knock him out with some chloroform while going down the Queens tunnel in a hilarious sequence. Charlie regains consciousness inside of Ira’s mansion taped to a chair with one of his fingers missing, having been cut off to compensate for Avery’s kidnapped sister’s missing limb. The guys keep Charlie prisoner in the mansion, but soon, Charlie starts to play head games with them, and it soon becomes obvious that there is a traitor in their midst.
This darkly humorous crime thriller can be described in the most simple terms as “The Breakfast Club” meets “The Godfather” or something like that, even though I myself never saw “The Godfather.” Walken is increasingly laughter-provoking, suave, and creepy all at the same time as he delivers witticism after witticism despite his usual situation. Four of the lead males (Henry Thomas, Jay Mohr, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Jeremy Sisto) all portray swaggering rich boys, while Johnny Galecki (David from TV’s “Roseanne”) is screamingly funny as the nitpicking nerd of the bunch and Denis Leary is his usual laid-back self as slick and wisecracking gangster Lono (what a funny name!).
I said it once and I’ll say it again — “Suicide Kings” is a darkly comical film, but it is highly recommended (for those with kids) that you watch this either late at night or while the kids are away.
I give “Suicide Kings” a 10 out of 10 on a scale of 1-10 in my humble opinion.
Slick, entertaining thriller with fine cast
“Suicide Kings” is an often enjoyable and compelling film, despite a few plot holes due to some twists at the end that the writers desperately threw in to surprise the audience, but didn’t take the time to reflect on whether they made perfect sense or not. Nevertheless, it’s a fun ride all the way through. The characters are all interesting, in their own way. People have referred to the Ira character as annoying and obnoxious, but he’s also the character I most relate to. You’ll never catch me throwing a party in my house when my parents are gone, because I’m incredibly paranoid about people wrecking the place and I can imagine how paranoid I’d be in Ira’s situation with his friends keeping a gangster with his finger cut off captive in my parents’ living room. The actors all do splendid jobs, and have a natural chemistry. As for Christopher Walken, when does he not please? He’s one of the most intense, engaging, brilliant actors of all time and that’s that! Once Walken’s on screen, the dynamic completely changes for the better, whether it be a movie of this quality or one of the “Prophecy” sequels. Denis Leary is hilarious as Walken’s right hand man whose running gag is the fact that he wears boots made from stingrays. People keep referring to them as “fish boots.” He plays the same irritable, pugnacious, f-word-spewing character as in 90 percent of his work, but who cares? Some actors are so good at playing one character that they get away with it no matter how many times it’s reprised. Leary is one of those actors. His talents mainly lie in stand-up comedy, so his range isn’t that broad. But Leary’s good at playing Leary, or an extension of himself, and I’d much rather see him in that role than as, say, a sensitive romantic lead. I loved watching him beat the guy up with a toaster and the other one with a golf club. I love to see Leary do stuff like that. Jay Mohr, a fellow stand-up comedian, is also good mainly at playing that particular role and that’s what he does in this movie. Not a big stretch for him either, but it’s what he’s good at. It was also cool to see “Everybody Loves Raymond’s” Brad Garrett in a more serious role, and using language he can’t use on TV. The whole film is basically filled with 4-letter words, but it fits the testosterone-filled tone, being that the cast is predominantly male. There is as much excitement as there is dark humor. Director Peter O’Fallon balances those elements nicely. And I loved the theme song over the credit sequence. For some reason, it’s still pounding in my head.
My score: 7 (out of 10)
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 46 min (106 min)
Genre Comedy, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Director Peter O’Fallon
Writer Josh McKinney (screenplay), Gina Goldman (screenplay), Wayne Allan Rice (screenplay), Don Stanford (short story “The Hostage”)
Actors Mark Watson, Christopher Walken, Denis Leary, Nina Siemaszko
Production Company Live Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Camera and Lenses
Laboratory Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA, DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (release prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm