Night at the Golden Eagle (2002)

Night at the Golden Eagle
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 1hr 27mins.
Genres Drama, Crime
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
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James Caan Actor Warden 1 1000006
Sam Moore Actor Sylvester 1 1000007
Ann Magnuson Actor Sally 1 1000005
Vinnie Jones Actor Rodan 1 1000004
Vinny Argiro Actor Mic 1 1000002
Natasha Lyonne Actor Amber 1 1000003
Fayard Nicholas Actor Mr. Maynard 1 1000008
Nicole Jacobs Actor Loreli 1 1000009
Adam Rifkin Director n/a 2 2000001
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Badja Djola Actor Gabriel 1 1000012
Miles Dougal Actor Desk Clerk 1 1000011
Kitten Natividad Actor Ruby 1 1000010
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Tommy is a career criminal, released from prison after a seven year stretch, to be reunited with his old heist buddy, Mick. Mick takes Tommy to his room in the crumbling splendour of the Golden Eagle hotel in a downbeat area of Los Angeles. The hotel's inhabitants are a bizarre mixture of elderly bums, prostitutes and pimps. Mick, however, has a plan for him and his pal to escape this mess, go straight and make a new life working in Las Vegas. Tommy is not so sure about the plan and seems intent on landing right back in prison again. When Tommy disastrously tangles with a prostitute, whose pimp is a savage thug, it seems as if the old boys' exit strategy may be nothing more than a pipe-dream.