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Actors of "King of New York"
Characters of "King of New York"
Directors of "King of New York"Abel FerraraBirthdate: 19 July 1951, The Bronx, New York, USA
Creators of "King of New York"Nicholas St. John
Critic Reviews of "King of New York"VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Complementing Walken's bravura turn are equally flamboyant performances by David Caruso as the young Irish cop out to destroy Walken, and Larry Fishburne as Walken's slightly crazy aide-de-camp.Time OutJune 24, 2006
A film which, despite splendid location work, lurches sloppily and messily from kill to kill, orgy to orgy, coke to crack, cliché to cliché.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
[Ferrara] works unapologetically in B-movie territory, but does it with A-movie style.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
Walken is one of the few undeniably charismatic male villains of recent years; he can generate a snakelike charm that makes his worst characters the most memorable, and here he operates on pure style.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
A hepped-up film about drugs that plays as if the filmmakers themselves kept a healthy supply of the stuff at hand.Film and FeltSeptember 26, 2009
King of New York's storyline is pretty one-note, but there's an energy and aura of fear lingering in every gritty composition.TeletextSeptember 25, 2008
Review by Mike Martin - It looks fantastic, and there is an air of real menace to proceedings, but seems to belong to another age somehow.sbs.isApril 24, 2008
walken is cool as everEmanuelLevy.ComDecember 19, 2006
Ferrara began to be taken more seriously by critics with this operatic crime film, which was shown at the NY Film Festival, where it elicited walkouts (including helmer's wife) along with praise.Combustible CelluloidMay 26, 2006
Ferrara's dangerous vision of the city at night goes beyond what most creampuff directors are capable of; he gets to the core of everything from the silent, dark windows of towering penthouses to the vicious rattling of crime-ridden subways.Lessons of DarknessMay 04, 2006
Deliciously indecent.Scene-Stealers.comOctober 01, 2005
Containing performances and and an attitude that is gleefully over-the-top, it's a bit of good fun.
Gallery of "King of New York"