Suicide Kings

Synopsis: Ex-mob boss Christopher Walken is kidnapped by a group of four kids in a haphazard attempt at paying the ransom for another, separate kidnapping. Complexities arise as the group cannot seem to do anything right.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Peter O'Fallon
Production: Artisan Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min

You've got to

find yourself a

Place to stay


The signs that

used to be there

Aren't anymore

Deeper, go

Know you're mine

Deeper go, go ahead

and make my day

You've got to

find another

Piece of wax


Cab !

Where ya going?

He's goin' up to 59th.

Take him there, okay?

Hey, good boots.

You like those, huh?

What's that, ostrich ?

No, you know what that is ?


You're wearing

fish boots ?

Yeah, well,

they're really


See ya later, boss.

Here's your invitation

Swing with us

the cocktail nation


And on your face

you'll wear a smile

Martini style

Oh, mr. Barret.

And if your

everyday world

Has got you down

Then you need somethin'

to pick you up

Nice to see you.

Off the ground

So make

your reservation

There's no time

for hesitation


And take your place

for a while

Jennifer, jennifer.

You're all wet,

mr. Barret.

- Well, it's raining outside.

- It's warm and dry in here.

Well, warm, anyway.

You know how gorgeous you are ?

What are you doin' hanging

around a place like this ?

You could be

a model.

Same as you, i guess.

It's a classy place.

I meet a lot of nice people.

Nice like me ?

No one's as nice

as you, Charlie.


Hey, mr. Barret.

Hey, mr. Barret.


Marcus, what's this ?

Don't worry.

I'll... Take care of it.

Just ask 'em to leave.

She said in front

of everybody,

she said, "jay,

You're hung

like a hamster."

Hey, guys,

party's over.

Let's go.

Oh, come on. Look,

i told you five minutes.

Give us our five minutes.

Yeah, well, i'm tellin' younow.

We haven't even finished

our drinks yet.


Go finish up at the bar.

Brett's in the jake.

When he gets back,

we'll split.

I told

you this table was reserved.

That's okay.

Take your time.

Finish up. It's okay.

Sure, mr. Barret ?

Yeah, yeah.

No, mr. Bartolucci,

really, it's, uh--

we had no idea.

It's no problem.

We'll move.


These days

the name is barret.

Good to see you.

Nice to

meet you, sir.

This is Max minot,

and avery chasten.


Avery chasten ?

That's a famous name

in these parts.

Any relation ?

Yeah, he's my father.

Good for you.

I'm sorry, sir.

Could we buy you

a drink ?

Do you mind ?

I'll sit until

your friend comes back.


Maker's mark ?


You guys

got heinekins ?


Avery, you know,

I met your father

two, three years ago

at a fund raiser.

Generous man.

He's got good instincts,

i bet, huh ?

Oh, you know.

He's a big fan

of anything deductible.

Well, me too.

I'd like to talk

to him sometime.

I got ventures

he might want

to capitalize on.

Really ?


Holy sh*t !

you're carlo bartolucci.

How are ya, man ?

What's he doin'

at our table ?

It'shistable, actually.

No, it's not

my table.

I just borrow it.

I didn't know

it was your table.

I'm sorry, sir.

I'm Brett cambell.

How are you,

mr. Bartolucci ?

He doesn't like

to be called

mr. Bartolucci.

No, it's okay.

Charlie. Charlie.

It's charles barret now.


Okay. Whatever

you want to be called,


Maybe this isn't

such a great idea.

Avery, come on.

We're a little past

the idea stage, man.

And every minute we wait,

you know what happens ?

Look, i know you guys

are here for me,

and i appreciate that, but--

What we're

about to do, it's--

F***in' call it off, man.

It's cold. We're freezing our

asses off. Let's get

out of here and get loaded.

- It's up to you, man.

- Okay, okay.

Yeah, you're right.

You in ?

Let's do it.

- All right. Good. Finally.

- Sh*t.

You got your cell phone ?

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