"The Dukes is the wry comic tale of a down-and-out Doo Wop band who take a bumbling detour into burglary in their endless quest to make good on their dreams. Featuring an accomplished ensemble cast and the directorial debut of beloved tough-guy actor Robert Davi, the film is a rollicking caper that is also deeply candid about life, love, friendship and the heart it takes to keep on struggling to find meaning and connection as life takes one absurd turn after another. For when these middle-aged buddies are forced to become mid-life bandits – and think they’ve hit on a sure-fire plan for the score of a lifetime -- it accidentally results in far greater pleasures than loot."
What We Do is Secret is a biographical movie about Darby Crash and The Germs. It starts with Darby creating the concept of The Germs in 1975 and ends with his death in 1980. Through this perspective, the movie will show the birth of punk rock in Hollywood and the rise of hardcore.
When a naïve playboy investigates the shadowy death of his wealthy father, his charmed life as the eligible owner of the city’s hottest nightclub begins to spiral out of control. A noir fever dream of music, seduction and murder, Dark Streets features stunningly choreographed dance numbers and an original soundtrack performed by legendary blues, jazz and R&B artists including Etta James, Natalie Cole, Dr. John, Aaron Neville, Solomon Burke, Chaka Khan, Richie Sambora and Marc Broussard. The original score was composed by George Acogny featuring B.B. King. The film’s stylish and sultry dance numbers are choreographed by Keith Young (Rent) and performed by sensational underground performer Toledo and a stage full of L.A.’s most talented dancers.
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