A parody of the Academy Award winning thriller loaded with zany fun, slapstick comedy, wicked satire and Dr. Animal Cannibal Pizza. Features a long list of guest stars.
An unhappily married Depression-era waitress is swept off her feet by a matinee idol who steps right off the silver screen.
Wannabes movie trailer - starring Joe Viterelli, William DeMeo, Raymond Serra, Daniel Margotta, John Palumbo, Conor Dubin. Genre: Drama
The rise and fall of 'The Teflon Don' John Gotti, the ruthless, glamorous godfather of one of the largest crime families in America.
When a local mob thug tires of his life of crime, he is given an offer he can't refuse. The problem is, he'll have to join forces with his boss's nemesis. It appears to be a way to turn over a new leaf, but after a series of double crosses he's running for his life towards a showdown in Atlantic City between two 'Men of Means'.
Mail Order Bride movie trailer - starring Danny Aiello, Artie Lange, Ivana Milicevic, Robert Capelli Jr.. Genre: Comedy
Voices movie trailer - starring Viveca Lindfors, Michael Ontkean, Alex Rocco, Amy Irving, Barry Miller. Directed by Robert Markowitz. Genre: Drama
Atmospheric view of modern New York life, with Allen as a frustrated television writer romancing Keaton and high-schooler Hemingway. One of his best pictures!
Having escaped the movie screen, Tom Baxter (Jeff Daniels) wanders into a shut-down depression-era New Jersey amusement park with Cecilia (Mia Farrow) in Woody Allen's The Purple Rose of Cairo, 1985.
A New York City drug dealer decides to get out of the business, but has to flee from mobsters in Alphabet City (1984).
Hollywood actor Gil Shepherd (Jeff Daniels) finds out that his character has come off the screen in New Jersey, panicking his agent (Michael Tucker) in Woody Allen's The Purple Rose of Cairo, 1985.
Rising gangster Johnny (Vincent Spano) has been making the rounds of the East Village, Manhattan neighborhood for which the movie is named, now introducing his mother (Zohra Lampert) and sister (Jami Gertz), in director Amos Poe's Alphabet City, 1984.
Waitress Cecilia (Mia Farrow) finds her husband Monk (Danny Aiello) pitching pennies in depression-era New Jersey in an early scene from Woody Allen's The Purple Rose of Cairo, 1985.
Junior gangster Johnny (Vincent Spano) and, as emerges in their conversation, partner, Lippy (Michael Winslow), safe but frightened in the aftermath of the slightly surreal police raid on the heroin hide-out they supplied, in director Amos Poe's Alphabet City, 1984.
Fired waitress Cecilia (Mia Farrow) goes back to the movies where Tom Baxter (Jeff Daniels) leaves the screen to rescue her, leaving cohorts (Deborah Rush, Edward Hermann) dismayed, in Woody Allen's The Purple Rose of Cairo, 1985.
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