In 1934, the second most lucrative business in New York City was running "the numbers". When, Madam Queen, the powerful woman who runs the scam in Harlem, is arrested. Ellsworth "Bumpy" Johnson takes over the business and must resist against the invasion from merciless mobster Dutch Shultz.
The movie chronicles the rise and moral destruction of genteel African American crime lord Ellsworth "Bumpy" Johnson, the former king of the 1930's Harlem numbers racket and their fights with Dutch Schultz who is trying to horn in on their numbers racket. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: A great movie about books and the love to detail. About a man who is probably suffering from Asperger's Syndrome, but learns how to express what's most important to him. About the value of Japanese tradition meeting the challenges of a new world that brings new terms ... a passion that Majime (his name means 'serious' in Japanese!) understands and makes to his own.
(fr) wrote: Good coming of age story, I enjoy the use of language in this flick, tastefully done.
(us) wrote: Day: SundayDate: 28 Oct 2007Time: 12.00 pmWith: Mom, Dad, AzeemOn: DVDName: CASH
(jp) wrote: kajol is the best! this is film is so funny nd great , iluv it!
(ca) wrote: I fucking love this movie. Perfect to smoke a few blunts and laugh your ass off too.
(us) wrote: I used to watch this as a kid! It was pretty awesome back then. I watched it again recently with my daughter. She liked the little horse. I did notice something this time that I hadn't before. The story takes place somewhere in Mexico, yet very little spanish is spoken. The announcer in the arena talks english to a crowd of mexicans. ????? Por favor!
(ru) wrote: Other than on the opening credits, there's no singing for Elvis in this one, it's a straight western, although he's pretty good with the tone in the theme song singing it well. His acting is not great, but consistent with plenty of the films he's done before, and although this was not his first western role, it maybe his best as there's a little bit of grittiness to it. It's quite refreshing to see him in this genre too after so many contrived and more modern Elvis characters to massage and promote his commercialised persona. The story is very bland though with a very two-dimensional plot.