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Joe Pesci

Martin Scorsese's much-ballyhooed The Irishman promises to reunite De Niro and Pacino, but also features the return of Joe Pesci. From his stoic performance in Raging Bull to his later comedic work in the Lethal Weapon and Home Alone (pictured) franchises, and My Cousin Vinny, Pesci boasted a wide range of talent, making for a welcome re-emergence.

Joe Pesci

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Good Boys
AllMovie Rating
4
The Farewell
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9
The Lion King
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8
47 Meters Down: Uncaged
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3
Bliss
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5
Kicking and Screaming
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8
Shadow
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8

Staff Pick of the Day

Enter the Dragon

Directed by Robert Clouse

Martial Arts - Rated NR - 102 Minutes - 1973

Martial arts phenomenon Bruce Lee never made a perfect movie, but his first (and last) English-speaking star vehicle comes closest to capturing his electricity and charisma. A US-Hong Kong co-production intended to introduce Lee to an international audience, Enter the Dragon has Lee sharing screen time with two co-stars, veteran John Saxon and American karate champion Jim Kelly, but Lee dominates the movie as assuredly as he does the multitudes of bad guys thrown his way. (Available on Netflix)

- Mark Pittillo