I was allowing you time to expand
the menu. Wallpaper the bathrooms,
for God sakes. You get only one
I don't want you to blow a rare
You the one blowing it. How long
you think you can fuck everybody?
Hold on right there. I've got a
So how come you take two nice suits
Hell, I'm not an agent. I'm a
Mister, you're nothing!
Believe me, Valerie's on the
waiting list to audition. Harry's
got no complaints. He just let me
pick out this tie the other day.
That Harry's a damn fool!
Mario, please let me make this up
new off-Broadway show I'm handling
-- to be held at your place with
eleven? I mean I had it promised
pays me money. But it isn't firmed
What is involved?
You'd toss in the buffet for say
seventy or eighty. The producers
course. I'd deliver you a
truckload of celebrities. And if
they like the food, they'll all
come back, naturally.
You want Liza Minelli? An Oscar
winner. Or Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.?
Is he still alive?
Four Seasons. I'll bring you over
nobody wants to pay?
Fridays and Saturdays?
Phone Booth (2002)
Synopsis: Phone Booth is a 2002 American thriller film directed by Joel Schumacher, produced by David Zucker and Gil Netter, written by Larry Cohen and starring Colin Farrell, Forest Whitaker, Katie Holmes, Radha Mitchell and Kiefer Sutherland. In the film, a young publicist named Stuart Shepard is being put in a conflict against a mysterious sniper, who calls him in a phone booth, in which Stu shortly answers the phone itself and becomes pulled into danger. The film received generally positive reviews from film critics and was a box office hit, grossing $97 million worldwide, against a production budget of $13 million. Critics praised Farrell's performance and composer Harry Gregson-Williams' score.