Most businesses would hate to see their customers running out their doors, but in one suburban strip mall near Denver, Colorado, they are chasing the customers away — with a chainsaw.
An ex-convict, a mobster, a serial killer — after more than two decades in the movie business, Ray Liotta is still perhaps best known for these "bad guy" roles in such films as "Something Wild" and "GoodFellas." But in his most recent film, “Observe and Report” — a dark comedy co-starring Seth Rogen as a bipolar mall security guard and Anna Faris as the vapid make-up counter clerk he’s in love with — Liotta inches away from his edgy persona to play a detective investigating a flashing incident at the mall.
It rises out of the tidal murk near the Meadowlands the sports complex built on top of polluted northernNew Jersey wetlands some 33 years ago like a garish species from a monster movie. What is that swamp thing
Nonnie Dotson, a nurse in the U.S.