Frankie and Johnny
There aren't enough movies of the best Leading men, our best male genre offerings from Hollywood
cast with nice enough mates, such as actress Michelle Pfeiffer here. Neither Al Pacino nor Robert Deniro
have been done any justice at all in this regard, by a mindset which mainly seethes with envy of their greatness
in my own view of matters on the planet in this regard - and this includes hollywood all along I submit with care.
The only comment I seem to have to make once again about a movie plot such as this one is
a scene in particular where Al Pacino in all the brilliance there is to be found on the planet
offers himself with all the love he can offer to Michael Pfeiffer's character while imploring her not
to pass up a chance that may not come again in life for them. Incredulously, a gay man from
across the hall walks in on the conversation and escorts Al Pacino out of the room (would you believe)
in the middle of Al Pacino's great moment of sanity for both him and Michelle Pfeiffer, yet this interfering
fella who comes in with the idea that he is "protecting" Michelle Pfeiifer from being "upset" is able to be
scripted this way, in an obvious insult to the human spirit which is present in the room, in gross miscalculation
of the outcome I say ultimately once the scene has been absorbed and fully digested. Time to end
this nonsensical re-programming of human consciosness by a mindset set against a better spirit
prevailing in this scene and on the planet i submit with care.