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Be CoolChili is looking for new horizons and thinks he may have found his niche when his close friend, a fellow mobster who runs an independent record label, is murdered by Russian gangsters. Chili takes over the company, and begins the poor friend's girlfriend.
Actors of "Be Cool"
Characters of "Be Cool"
Directors of "Be Cool"F. Gary GrayBirthdate: 17 July 1969, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Be Cool"Elmore LeonardBirthdate: 11 October 1925, New Orleans, Louisiana, USAPeter Steinfeld
Critic Reviews of "Be Cool"Chicago ReaderApril 06, 2010
I was really glad when it was over.Ebert & RoeperMarch 07, 2005
One of the cuddliest, cutest movies you'll ever see about mobsters and murderers.Rolling StoneMarch 07, 2005
You know a sequel isn't working when, ten minutes into the movie, a voice inside your head starts screaming, 'Please make it stop!'ReelViewsMarch 05, 2005
Be Cool lacks both a focus and an edge, making it an amorphous mess.Salon.comMarch 05, 2005
The movie feels more like a cavalcade of personalities than anything resembling a story.Washington PostMarch 04, 2005
It's kind of -- hmmmm, less than good, a little better than not bad, almost all right, mediocre without being grating, sort of in the C-minus-to-C-minus-minus range.Movie MetropolisFebruary 11, 2012
Be Cool isn't the biting satire that Get Shorty was. It's lighter, hipper, and, yes, more fun.ComingSoon.netJanuary 07, 2011
Be Cool sounds like it should be good, or at least entertaining, but it's neither. It does have some genuinely fun moments, but lacks a strong narrative to hang them off of. The result is empty, full of contrivances, and ultimately unsatisfying.Common Sense MediaSeptember 30, 2010
Watered-down sequel isn't meant for kids.ColeSmithey.comApril 18, 2009
Self-mocking jokes prevail in F. Gary Gray's feisty cinematic version of Elmore Leonard's irreverent Los Angeles based novel.Movies for the MassesSeptember 10, 2006
click to read review [Greek]Laramie Movie ScopeJune 08, 2005
The characters are still engaging, but the story is a mess this time around.
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