Oscar

Synopsis: Angelo "Snaps" Provolone made his dying father a promise on his deathbed: he would leave the world of crime and become an honest businessman. Despite having no experience in making money in a legal fashion, Snaps sets about to keep his promise. He is faced with numerous problems: henchmen who know nothing but crime, the police who are convinced he is hatching a master plan, and Oscar, who has just got his daughter pregnant.
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Director(s): John Landis
Production: Touchstone Pictures
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.4
Rotten Tomatoes:
13%
PG
Year:
1991
109 min
90 Views


I don't remember seein' you

in my appointment book, Anthony.

Nope. Now, I got

the Finucci brothers at 9:30...

Dr Poole at 10:
30, Father Clemente

at 11:
00 and the bankers at noon.

But I don't see no meetin'

with his accountant!

Look, Aldo, don't screw around with me.

This is urgent.

The boss don't get up

before 9:
00 a.m.

- Even the feds know that.

- I'll take the heat.

You'll take the heat?

I'm the one what's gotta wake him.

Tell him it's a matter

of life and death.

Okay, okay.

But he ain't gonna like this.

Wait in the living room.

How do you like the crust on that mug?

Throws off my whole itinerary.

- Where do you think you're goin'?

- I gotta wake him.

He doesn't wanna be disrupted. He needs

his beauty sleep for those bankers.

It's urgent.

Keep me covered.

- This better be good.

- I warned him, boss.

Anthony told me

it was life and death, boss.

You mugs stop callin' me boss.

It ain't respectable!

- Sorry, boss.

- Sorry, boss.

Well, little Anthony. Probation

and Wall Street lay another egg, what?

Can I talk to you alone,

Mr Provolone?

We are alone.

Aldo, breakfast.

- Half a grapefruit?

- Sectioned, nix the cherry in the middle.

- French toast?

- Light brown.

- Bacon?

- Trim the fat.

- Coffee?

- No cream.

- Two lumps?

- Go.

- On its way, Snaps.

- Uh, it's "Mr Provolone" now.

If you call me that in front of the

bankers, you're gonna gum up the works.

- Yes, Mr Provolone.

- And I'll eat in the yard-

- I mean atrium.

- Yes, Mr Provolone.

Whatever you say, Mr Provolone.

- You know what "atrium" means, Anthony?

- No, sir.

It's a courtyard oft-times

surrounded by columns.

Thank you, sir.

I didn't know that, sir.

Park it, Anthony.

I learn a new word every day. You should

expand your vocabulary, Anthony...

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