Wed, 3 June 2015
While 1992 might have been the year of Kevin Smith and Quentin Tarantino, it was also a unique year for the Broadway/Hollywood actors. As Broadway plays were being used to fill cable telvision slots, Pulizer winner playwright David Mamet and director James Foley put together a film version of Mamet's groundbreaking play Glengarry Glen Ross. What they didn't expect was a nearly all-star cast headed by Al Pacino and Jack Lemmon willing to take drastic pay cuts to get in on the project, which immediately boosted the project to a theatrical release. But does the film close the deal or does it get third place?
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