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King Of New York (1990)
Starring: Christopher Walken, Victor Argo, Paul Calderon, David Caruso, Joey Chin, Giancarlo Esposito, Larry Fishburne, Janet Julian, Wesley Snipes
Director: Abel Ferrara
Category: Drama, Action / Adventure, Independent
Studio: Artisan
106 mins



Academy Award-winner Christopher Walken stars in this shattering action-adventure story of a city on the edge.

Larry Fishburne, David Caruso, Wesley Snipes and Giancarlo Esposito also star in director Abel Ferrara's (Bad Lieutenant, A Dangerous Game) riveting and horrifyingly realistic story of one man who takes on a whole city.

Freed from prison, Frank White (Walken) challenges his fellow druglords in bloody battle for a piece of the action.In New York, crime gets done Frank's way -- or it doesn't get done at all.Unable to keep him behind bars, the cops declare war on him -- and Frank responds by putting out a contract on the cops.


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