|Tagline||Deliberate sacrifice for deliberate gain.|
|Genres||Crime Drama Thriller|
|Cast||Matt Dillon Faye Dunaway Gary Sinise William Fichtner Viggo Mortensen John Spencer Skeet Ulrich Frankie Faison Melinda McGraw M. Emmet Walsh Joe Mantegna Doug Spinuzza Spencer Garrett Enrico Colantoni Tulsy Ball Travis Appel Brad Koepenick Jock Worthen Willie C. Carpenter Alexander Smith|
|Plot||Three petty thieves who the police believe to be major criminals are chased into a basement bar where they take five hostages including all the bar employees. The rest of the movie deals with the cops lurking outside the bar while the trio try to get hold of the situation inside.... see Albino Alligator on IMDb|
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|Actor Kevin Spacey made his directorial debut in this uneven crime thriller that has the claustrophobic feel of a play. Matt Dillon, Gary Sinise, and William Fichtner play a trio of robbers who have just pulled a job gone wrong. On the run from the cops, they hide out in a basement bar, where they try to figure out their next move. There's a certain amount of urgency, however, because Sinise, the brains of the outfit, is badly wounded--which means that Fichtner, the group psycho, is allowed to run wild, terrorizing the barflies unlucky enough to be their hostages. As the cops swarm outside the bar--thinking these three are major criminals rather than small potatoes--tensions mount, mostly through misunderstanding. But it's all a lot of talk, not nearly enough of it interesting, that pushes the movie slowly to its inevitable conclusion. --Marshall Fine|
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