A cafe in New York joins two men. Gus, flown in from Chicago, awaits the order on the café payphone to kill Alphie or let him live. With nowhere to go and nothing to do, they are in a ...
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A cafe in New York joins two men. Gus, flown in from Chicago, awaits the order on the café payphone to kill Alphie or let him live. With nowhere to go and nothing to do, they are in a standoff that turns minutes to hours. As today becomes tomorrow, the two find themselves discussing life, society, food -- and a secret from the past that comes crashing down.Written by
"Waiting on Alphie" was a delight to watch! It was like an old movie in modern times. Humor and whit was on the menu! I felt this was a movie that I could watch over and over and I did! I thoroughly enjoyed the verbal banter and the tongue and cheek! Matthew Landon, as the waiter show that he is a talented comedic actor as well James Fulater as Alphie. James shows a dark witty hit man with sense of confusion with disillusions of his carrier path in life as he shares with Lance Zurek playing (Gus) a smart ass embittered mob boss in hiding. You'll enjoy this movie from the bathroom scene to the mumbling cook! I loved the ending! This is a Keeper for the days you want to enjoy a good book, but on film! Get it, keep it, and watch it over and over!
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