Episode 27: Risky Business (1983) & The Color of Money (1986) - Movie Connections
12:36PM Jan 19, 2023
Whoa, just curious. Welcome to Just curious media. This is let's talk movies. And I'm Jason Connell on the show. Today I'm joined by special guest, Brian Beasley.
Hey, man, it is good to have you back, sir. Your honor to be here.
Yeah. Good to be here again.
You have been on the show a few times. We've covered some great movies. And yes, today we are covering one of those movies that you and I have already covered. And that was risky business 1983 classic movie. But today's episode, Brian has a unique thing because let's talk movies. You know, the first 10 episodes we did scene by scene breakdowns of 10 classic movies from the 80s each movie was a different year. Right? You were on for a few of those diehard I believe and risky business. And so now we've done some of the things we did like three interviews with people. And then I did some opening scene breakdowns which were incredible, some classic movies with this breaking down the opening scene. Well, this is starting a whole new three pack. I like to do things in threes. Apparently, it's a magic number. And nothing wrong with that. And so I was watching the other day literally revisiting this movie for the umpteenth time. But I'm watching the Color of Money classic Martin Scorsese film. And in it, I'm blown away that two actors reconverge here, and they were in a classic, memorable scene and risky business. Now, I think on the last watch that I did of color money, this came to mind, but it was just more prominent now. Because you and I had just done the deep dive on risky business. And just there's some things that carry into it. It wasn't by accident, Brian, so I wanted to have you on to explore this. And the title is risky business 1983 The Color of Money 1986 movie connections. And so I know at first you're probably like, Wait, what is this? But then you went to watch these things? I think you were sold.
I was I totally was and I'm excited to kind of do a deep dive on Tom Cruise star of both movies. And Bruce a young, who comes in completely different roles played by both actors and how they kind of joust with each other in these two perfect scenes.
Exactly. It's unbelievable. And we all know who Tom Cruise's Of course, he went on to skyrocket success. Probably the biggest movie star there is in Hollywood and still going strong. But Bruce, a young, phenomenal actor. Ryan, I can tell you 75 credits on IMDb as yesterday, I remember him and fatal attraction is one of the detectives and just he has such a presence. He is six for big strong almost looks like a football player. Yep. And then next to Tom Cruise five, seven, that is his own dynamic. And these two completely. And of course, they're great actors and bringing that to the table. And so that's what we're breaking down the two scenes of Tom Cruise and Bruce a young. And these very memorable scenes, I'd say both have like a sexual nature to them. Definitely the first one risky business, but it plays into the color of money. And then they both end up in both movies receiving a pile of cash from the other one, which I also found to be quite humorous and interesting. Yeah,
there's money exchanges hands going either direction, either direction. Yeah, both scenes. Yeah. And there's a con i would even think, say that there's a con in both of these.
That's a good way to put it. There is indeed a con Yes, a shakedown. Yeah, so let's just jump in. I'll give a quick backstory. We're not going to do the deep deep dive on each movie, then get into this scene. I'm just gonna give you the quick broad strokes. And then we're gonna be into the scene and maybe there's a setup scene to get to the scene. So risky business again. 1983. Those who don't remember the synopsis is a Chicago teenager is looking for fun at home while his parents are away. But the situation quickly gets out of hand directed and written by Paul Brickman and the cast the main cast for risky businesses. Tom Cruise, Rebecca de Mornay. And then why don't you go ahead and say, Joe Penta Leone, and He's great. He's in so many movies. But beyond that, of course, Bruce is awesome in this he's awesome in this and there's other people but that's like the main cast. Now the setups seem that sets up. Our two players in motion happens in Joel's kitchen during the day parents are gone Curtis Armstrong who plays Myles Daum, who's phenomenal as Miles mind you and playing hit Joel's mentor base. Yeah, kind of his mentor. He's going off to Harvard. everything's aligned for miles where Joel is like a confused kid. He doesn't ever do anything wrong. He's sexually crazed. He's, you know, he's just a kid who's about to burst and Miles has got the classified ads out which was his pre internet. So, and he's like, he certainly is going through all of these and it's funny he comes across this when it's like for a good time in the privacy of your own home called Jackie 5554875. So Brian, what does he do?
Hepretends he's Joel
gives a marine he gets and he gets her answering machine because of course Jack has got an answer machine and he just quickly says his job is a cross the room and wants to kill him. Like Hi Jackie This is Joe Goodson. 345 Remsen Glencoe, I'd like a good time in my home that I click and then like he eats and chews up the numbers so Joel can't even stop this from happening. He can't call back you can't call back. And star 69 is just who called you so there's really nothing he can do. He has no idea what number he dialed. So now we're into the scene at hand. We're still at Joe's house, but it's now nighttime nightfall and a cab arrives and Joe immediately puts it together. He's like, Oh, no, tell me that's not Jackie turns off his lamp and his bedroom to kind of hide. And of course, this is Tom Cruise as Joe Goodson wearing a dark grey sweatshirt blue jeans. Nikes. Pretty typical. And here's our Bruce a young as Jackie. And Brian says, hilarious. Do you want to describe what Jack is? Yeah, I
mean the cab. He's basically Tom Cruise is doing his homework. Yes. His desk and we see the headlights through the window. Yep. And it's like imposing doom. Another word we'll be using again the color of money. And you see the door of the cab open. High heels get out. You with the camera follows the high heels and you can see the bottom of the dress swaying as it goes up the
front student we don't know what's a guy at this point in time. We have no clue. We
think it's a weird thing. It's a woman. Yeah, yeah, we think it's a call girl. And then the doorbell rings. And then you see the shuffling of of Joel's feet scurrying down the steps to the front door. He's totally panicking.
And Jackie is wearing to be clear red high hills, Red Stockings looks like a dress a scarf, bracelets, big white hoop earrings and makeup. Now this is a six four person, man, you know, a transvestite wearing this outfit, but wearing it beautifully. I must say yes. look gorgeous, beautiful. And then here we are. So I'll play Jackie, you'll play jokes. We won't need to say their names every time. And this is how this interaction goes. Hello, Joel. I'm Jackie, how are you this evening?
Nice to meet you. Jackie. I'm not Joel Joel stepped out for a moment. I'll go call him. Joel. Thank you.
this guy you're here to see.
So in the meantime, it because we kind of skip to the next thing. He's in a panic. He's calling miles and he's running around the house and the music kicks in. So if you have anything to add to that, because I'm just trying to stay with just
miles, you know, he calls miles they're in the middle of a poker game with the rest of his high school buddies. And he's like, he's like, you gotta call her off what I do, and he's just like, I'm not going to help, you know, keep saying no. And a defeated Joel has to go back to the door and talk to Jackie.
And as opposed to opening the door, which he did initially this time he opens this large people on the front door, which is great. Now he wants to hide behind the door for the next conversation.
So basically, he's like, Hi, I'm Look, I'm sorry about the misunderstanding.
Jill, be a courageous person. Open the door. That way you see I can call a cab. So now we're inside the kitchen. And please, yeah, we it's a hard cut.
He's in the kitchen. Jackie is made herself a cup of coffee. She's roaming around the kitchen like she owns the place. Yeah. And they're basically now they're negotiating now. Now the shakedown begins. And Joel doesn't do a whole lot of talking here. It's all Jackie, but he's in it. Because you know, he's also like, how do I get this person out of my parents house? So basically, it starts off with again, I'm really sorry.
And then Jackie walks around. She's only in the room as you just said, Oh, this is her house for shaman at him. Islam as we come to an arrangement. I'm in no mood for complaining. I mean, when you put your good money down, you gotta get what you were went after in the first place. Know what I'm saying? When you buy a TV, you don't buy Sony when you want RCA? I mean, I know we get along real nice. But hey, it's your hard earned dollar. Am I right? Hey, this way. We make an arrangement. Everybody comes out right? You had carfare a long ride Joel? I don't ever come out this far. And your Time, My Time my effort my infinite patience and understanding. Thank you $75 Which is how much today Brian
$216.49. So for high school kid no exam,
there's that yes, you gotta go cash in mind.
But Joel takes it in stride and just repeated just you know, responds with Fair enough.
Fair enough. He knows he got out. Okay. And by the way, not to mention a bigger presence and stronger and all those things. You know, Jackie's a good what, 510 years older than Joel, you know, much older persons the authority figure for sure. Yeah, absolutely. He's happy. He's going along with this. So now we're back in front of the cab, great cut back outside and kind of Jackie's kind of fixing her hair. Just kind of you know prepping herself And Joe is not the money is not in Jackie's hands yet, but he's counting out some money. And then Jackie says, Joel, I'm gonna give you a number you asked for Lana. It's what you want. Thank you. It's what every white boy off the lake wants. Great line. Great. And that's it. There's no more than that. That's all you need that plays to the brilliance of risky business. I think it's so well edited. In fact, if I'm not mistaken, I think Richard Chu edited who has won an Oscar for Star Wars or CO edited that. So it's just a tightly done movie. And these are two incredible performances in the scene. Unbelievable. Yeah,
they really do play well with each other. It's really fun. Again, kind of like not to jump the gun here. But when we move into the color of money, like they're playing very different characters, there's, like you said, there's a shakedown that starts as soon as we get to the kitchen of like, she isn't leaving until she gets paid. What you think she's worth? And, you know, the thing about these two characters that Tom Cruise is playing is that Joel is he's too smart for his own good. Yeah, and Vincent and color money is too dumb to his own dumpers. And they both have mentors with Myles and find Eddie Hall Newman and color money. And they're being pushed by those people into you know, uncomfortable situations, or doing something that they don't want to do. And this is a lovely, it's actually a lovely scene. It really is. It's, it's really well done. It also just kind of shows because this sets it off like this. I think that scene and risky business is like 2025 minutes into the movie. Yeah. And as soon as Jackie hands over Rebecca de Monet's phone number basically, as long as character, the movie is off at all. It's absolutely it's his girl fantasy. That's who shows up. And that's what he wants. And then the real trouble. Yeah, the real trouble begins for drill,
and it took Jackie to get to Alana so Myles was right, it put it in motion. And yeah, you're absolutely right. It's off and running the movie is what it is. But you needed that pivotal scene. Yeah. Myles could have just said he could have just got to hold Ilana, but you just want to miss something you would have missed out. Yeah, how high the stakes are and how costly this world is. It's a brilliant scene. It really is.
It is it's really well written in you're totally right. I mean, there's an aspect of this is a darker film. Yeah. He basically gets mugged. You know, I'm saying like, Oh, the guy kicks the door down and beats him up and but that's to this movie is too early for that. Plus, there's the fantasy element of this movie. It's very stylized. Yes. As his color of money because it's a Scorsese film. Yeah. And this was a real funny, humorous way but not to play too light to what I mean if he answers the door and he's just like I'm calling the police like it could have turned out different has paid Jackie's patients may not have been. Yeah, but that's why it's so well written.
Yeah. And the movie does get darker. Guido brings that element in, he brings in totally, and that's and that's his role. And it needed to come at some point. It's a seedy underworld. But yeah, not yet. It was just planting the seed. So when I was watching color money, and we're about to jump into, that's what I was just floored. I quickly went back and watched the scene from Risky Business again, I was like, Oh my gosh, this is incredible. I have to discuss this with somebody. And that's somebody's got to be Brian. So now we'll switch over to the color of money quick backstory. 1986 synopsises. Fast Eddie Felson teaches a cocky but an immensely talented protege the ropes of pull hustling, which in turn inspires him to make an unlikely comeback. And for those who do not know, it's really a sequel to The Hustler, which is another ratable movie that it was a much younger, Paul Newman had Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott was received Scott, it's a great movie stands on its own. But I like a sequel like this. That's decades later. And it's really just taking one character and making a sequel. So it's not your usual sequel.
That is correct. And in fact, the movies don't really flow into basically Paul Newman plays the kid in the hustler and now he's the mentor. He's the old washed up guy. Yeah. And
Newman, I what I read was just begging Scorsese to take this project because he was like, ah, you know, I don't know if I want to do this and was kind of a hired hand and that's not usually Scorsese's way but he did
completely correct yes. Scorsese usually is developing his own material. He was completely a hired hand for this. Yeah. And do he put his Scorsese stamp on this? Oh, my
It's fantastic. Watch the shots, the camera movements, the music, the characters, and the whole thing is just dark. I'm cold watching the color of money. There's never sunshine. It's always like a little bit snowy or cold weather. But I love it. So directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Walter Tevis. Rest in peace. He passed away in 1984 56. very young age, but he also worked the hustler he he's the writer of the novel, I should say, also wrote the hustler color of money. And then Richard price was a screenwriter nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for the color of money. And then the cast the main cast Paul Newman, rest in peace. He passed away in 2008 and 83. He won a Best Actor for this role as Fast Eddie Felson. Then Tom Cruise and Mary Elizabeth, Master Antonio, her name is always tripping me up. And she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in this role as well and she's fantastic. And one other Oscar nomination, it was up for best art direction, which, hey, I totally agree with that. So now the setups seem or at jockeys, pool hall day love jockeys, pool hall, Brian, it's just so authentic. I mean, if you're a pool, Hustler, or a junkie or whatever, this is it. This is your quintessential pool hall. And here's Paul Newman is fast and he fell son, and a quick exchange with Vincent, played by of course, Tom Cruise. But I like this exchange. We'll do this one first to get into the scene with our two players. So Eddie says I'll play it you play Vincent? Hey, let me give you the scoop killer. See that guy with the 10 pin in his nose over there? Yeah, okay, that's Moselle him. We stay away from No shit. Grow up him we stay away from because he's the main stick around here. You beat him. It scares away that gentleman over there. Who's he? That's URL. He comes in here. He's got five $6,000 in his pocket. So it's kind of showing you. I didn't know much about this when I saw this movie in the 80s though, as well. But it's interesting to see you're a hustler. You can't come in and beat the big dog in town. No, everyone's gonna run away from you. You got to play it. And so Vince, you got to play the chump. You got to play the chump and Vince and say, Hey, he's great. He's a great player. He could win real tournaments and this movie gets into that. Or you take dives, you take the licks and you go get that five $6,000 That URL over there, you know, and you just stay away from Moselle.
Wow. Yes, this is a great thing. Can we also talk about how Brusa Yun has two amazing intros to both of these scenes. One of them is Joel opening the door and that's you know, we didn't really mention that. That's when we first see him. You know, Joel was the door and there's like you said the six for African American dude and drag. And then this one. You've got Paul new and doing a voiceover and you're walking in slow motion around the table wearing a cowboy hat and earring nose ring. Yeah, nose ring. You're right. And they're blaring Eric Clapton. Yeah,
it's a new way that you use it.
you nailed it. With that slow motion shot. I could just watch it again. And again. He's looking by he's not even looking at Newman and Benson. Oh, no, he doesn't even notice. He's just like, Yeah, what's up? I'm Moselle. I'm the big stick in town. And he knows big stakes very attractive guys got lots of
Yeah, and that's a key part of the line is that he's the main stick around here. Like it's not just that pool house. It's like the whole town. Exactly. They want to they want to work this town. They have to stay away from him. And of course, are like I said earlier, Tom Cruise's character is dumber than his own good and he can't he can't do it. He can't help himself. No,
don't do that. Whatever you do, don't do this. Okay. Okay. I gotta have some of that. So, now we're at the same scene, just like the earliest thing, but it's later in the day. We're still at jockeys pool hall. Now. We really hear Eric Clapton's. It's in the way that you use it like we heard it initially. Now. They've upped the levels. And we're hearing the song play more. And Mozelle beats a random pool player as Vincent watches and Eddie's not there. So Vincent has now guys's eyes locked on Moselle and this scene is about to happen and Tom Cruise plays Vincent Lauria, I got to point out he wears a black shirt with Vince Yes, on it and white letters, which I always loved. It's like, like you don't go to a concert wearing the band. You're gonna see well, Vincent wears his own name.
Which is a perfect, like, that's his ego. Where he legitimately wears on his sleeve like he is. Once he is told he can't play Moselle. That's all he wants to do
is fixated on it. Yeah. fixated. Bruce a young plays Moselle and he's got a short sleeve flower shirt, gold necklace nose ring earrings in the left ear and a cowboy hat so this guy knows fashion of these two movies.
He does look completely different. They really did take a you know an IMDB dive to figure out that that was the same person playing these two.
Absolutely. You know,
it's so amazing about it.
So now here is this exchange and there's a couple parts to this but we'll jump in and this first part though, really, let's remember back what we just talked about them and risky business. I feel like this dialogue right here, Brian? It's connected, or at least an insider's way like the writers, you know, Scorsese, everybody was getting a chuckle at that they were in the other movie together. It's not accidental. And this is moviemaking. Of course. You love Easter eggs, you love little nuggets. It's like, hey, wouldn't it be great if we got these guys together? And the first part could kind of go in line with dialogue we were talking about, but that scene went a different way, you know, initially. Yep. So here we go. We'll jump in with Vincent and Mozelle. You'll play Vincent all play Moselle.
Sounds good. Here we go. Good game. Good game.
What do you got in there?
In here and he strokes he opens the box. Do
Come on, boy. Let's play.
Yeah, let's play. We're gonna have, we're gonna have a lot of fun. And he gives us that Tom Cruise movie stars. So it's all he's wanted all day. As soon as he was told he couldn't play him. That's all he's wanted. And what are we talking about what Doom is should we talk about what to
say what Doom is exactly a bow booshka.
It's his cue stick that Edie had given him earlier in the movie. It's kind of his he uses it as a samurai sword. He uses his dumb chucks as we will get into here in a second. And it basically is like it's go time like once he opens that box, and of course, Moselle when he says this and he says Doom they cut back to him, and he basically rolls his eyes is alright, jump it. We'll see what you got on the table here.
Yeah, well, let's go back for a second risky business. Let's say Joel was into the proposition. This could have easily been dialogue that just would have come after they opened the door. Completely. We could have wait there. It could have went that
fly what you got in there? Yeah.
Come on. Boy. Let's play. Yeah, let's play. I was just like, Oh my goodness. This is crazy. No, no, it's a bit different movie. Very different. Risky Business indeed. So now we cut to this great same we have Warren Zevon werewolves in London plane one of my favorite tracks. I got the soundtrack in the 80s as well. I always thought where it was in London blonde in American Moroccan London. Of course, it came out like a decade later. So I guess it couldn't have been but I thought it was an homage to it. But it's a great song, you know the werewolves of London. And it's plain and Vincent's puts on a show, as you said, and he's destroying Mozelle. And he's also a swordsman and use booshka humiliating them right? You go ahead anything you want add him but he's he is
so funny, because when you told me that we were going to do this and I went back I'd kind of had a vague idea of what you I knew exactly what was in risky business and had a vague idea of who he was in color of money. But this is the scene of the movie titled like this is the werewolves of London scene is the scene of color of money like it is the biggest scene. And that like you said, this was no accident that Bruce's in this movie. And even though it's a very small part, it had to be right. It had to be perfect, because this sets up the whole conflict between Paul Newman's Fast Eddie and Tom Cruise is Vincent that he's going to do his own thing, like no matter how much he's mentored, or how much he's told how this world works. This is we're all living in Vincent's world. And this is the scene that shows it as he walks around the table numb chucking his cue stick, and it's all one take. And Tom Cruise makes all the shots. And not only that, he just scenes one of the lyrics so the music is
playing its mass shooting it. Yeah, he just did his hair. He's playing in style. Yeah,
perfect. Scorsese, the camera is up, it's down. It's going into holes. It's coming back out. It's all over the place. It's all one shot. And it's fun. It's seriously fun scene even though we've got Paul Newman walking in halfway through it and he's just outraged at what he's seen because he's he's watching a car accident. And Tom Cruise, Vinson thinks he's on a roller coaster. It's a fantastic scene.
Well, it's got the most energy in the movie, right trailer moments. I didn't go back and watch the trailer again. But I'm assuming some moments came from this particular scene. 100% The song became a hit, as did Eric Clapton's, of course, but it was all from this moment as long as only in there for like a minute or something. And I even read the crews did almost every one of the shots it was one trick shot that they didn't let him do. He was gonna do it. But he needed like another day to practice and they didn't have the time. So he did all those other shots, man. I mean, that was as a method actor, he, hey, he learns how to fly fighter jets if you give them enough time. Like I believe this was a beginning of that. Totally, like, I'll do my own stunts. So whatever he knew
working with Scorsese, and Newman was he's on the road to being an absolute mega superstar. Yep. And so that insane work ethic started. It started earlier, but this is where it's on display because it makes the film better. Yes. Any sports film where you see the guy making the free throws or making the three pointer? It's better to watch Tom Cruise make the shots. Absolutely.
And this is such a well cast movie much like risky business. But later in the movie, we even see Forest Whitaker has an incredible performance and he beats up on it Fast Eddie, he's trying to get back into it. This could easily been Forest Whitaker, but they held that other scene for him more vulnerable Whitaker earlier in his career, and they brought in Bruce a young because he can just deliver in these moments. And there's a something about the chemistry with these two guys. It just worked. Yeah. And so anyway and as you said, Eddie comes back as he gets a call.
No, that's not right. There's a great scene between me him and Mary mess Antonio, where they agreed that they're going to work together. Yeah. And then he's noticed is that the pool stick is misiak. Right? And then that so then he goes down. No good
point. I knew it was resting and he got alerted. But you're right. He looked over and saw the cue. He comes in and then talks to the guy that runs chalk he played by Bill combs. He can just look at him on his face. Like, they know that the hustles over for this boy because he's in all eyes on me. I'm the rockstar and I'm taking down the big stick in town and they're both just like, they come from this world. This is not the play, it's not the play. And so Moselle loses gracefully, I gotta say, didn't get mad or much so he was bested by a better player on this day. And he goes and pays Vincent a wad of cash. And Brian, how much money was that? Exactly? $150 in today's climate, today's account $393.48
So a nice little handsome payout. It's not four or five grand, which he could have gotten.
Yes, exactly. Now $75 He paid in risky business, and now he's getting 150 back. So he's made
it made some pretty good point. I bet they talked about that. Matter of fact, 150 may have been something that they worked out to.
I mean, it's a great divider of 75 It was not my accident. So I think that's really funny to think about Yeah, alright, so now we're back to Mazatlan Vincent for their last exchange. And here's Miguel, and he'll play Vincent as usual. Not bad, my man not bad when you leave in town now, right.
You don't want to play me again. Hey, Moselle. I'm joking. Don't kill me all right.
And they walk off. Of course, the hustle is over and the movie evolves from there and that was the end of our saying we don't even see Moselle again if I'm not mistaken but an incredible presence and incredible scene and yeah also puts this movie in motion in a different way like you know he no longer can control this young protege, right? It's gonna change what happens in the movie and I don't want to put too many spoilers out there. If you haven't seen the Color of Money course it's from 1986. But fast, kind of finds his way and mentoring someone else. He finds his way to get back in the game himself. Does he still have
the chops? Yeah, he finds his own essence. And I mean, honestly this scene, Lee but just like in risky business, it leads to the whole movie launches. This scene leads this about an hour in so it's a bit different. It leads into him and Fast Eddie Paul Newman in the car, and he delivers his monologue Paul Newman to him like kid I have been you I've been put to the screws he tells him, you know, if you will just listen to me. You can be one of the greats. I mean, he has the line of the movie comes right after this because he goes, money one is twice as sweet as money earned. And once that kind of gets in Tom Cruise's head because they shift power dynamics further, they do lead to the rest of the second act, and they get you know, they slip into a bunch of montages, perfect Scorsese, montages of Eddie actually learning and so this scene, you know, it weighs heavy on the whole movie, because this is he thinks he won. But he actually learned a really important lesson. Yeah.
Which is interesting. The irony is by the end of the movie, and again, spoiler alert, it's funny how Vincent comes around finally understands the bigger picture like winning tournaments is great, but he's throwing the bigger games to go make more money on the side. It's like he learned the lesson in the very end of the movie.
It's yeah. Which is completely it is great. It's an amazing film. I mean, we Yes, we should think about doing a deep dive Oh, totally money.
It's a it's a repeat viewing movie. You'll watch it again and again and find other little nuggets like for instance Case in point this scene, I knew it was there, but it just hit me like a ton of bricks when I saw it in front of my face like wait a second Wait a second. Wait a second. These two again and that's why I wanted to explore it and let's talk about these because I'm not talking movies. Brian we while we talk movies.
And you know shout out I know Tom Cruise gets all the love but shout out to Bruce AR bringing it in both scenes just absolutely crushed it. So in fact, I
think he really carried those things to be honest with you, I think definitely carries
the risky businesses and he sets up you know what he's really good at. There's an aspect of you know, jaw sting. When you're two actors are playing volleyball you're going back and forth like the scene with wills in London isn't as fun Tom Cruise doesn't get to be movie star Tom Cruise in that moment. Yeah. If he doesn't have an actor that will let him do that. That will set him up so that he can shine like and that
we the audience believe is the big dog like it literally physically and figuratively. He's it and you're just knocking him off. And of course Cruz kills at that same I mean, this is, you know, the way he's swinging a pool key around like it's a staff or nunchucks it's amazing. I would have loved this I want to see footage of the filming of because it's very impressive. And I gotta give him credit with his billiards talent, his skills Absolutely. Pretty good. So great movies. That's all we got until the next time I'm glad you join me on this first of three movie connections. So without further ado, please enjoy
Risky Business and the color of money.
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