Two brothers from Brooklyn try to pull a heist at a Rolling Stones concert

By EW Staff
Updated March 24, 2011 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Credit: Alan Tannenbaum

White Irish Drinkers

type
  • Movie

STARRING Karen Allen, Anthony Amorim, and Zachary Booth
DIRECTED BY John Gray

Celebrate a belated St. Patty’s Day with this gritty period flick — it’s set in 1975 — about two brothers from Brooklyn who commit petty crimes to get by. When the elder (Geoff Wigdor) enlists the younger (Nick Thurston) to help him pull off a giant heist at a Rolling Stones concert, Thurston must decide where his loyalties truly lie. The movie sounds more than a little like Ben Affleck’s The Town, which is fine by us, because The Town was great. Oh, and fun fact: Writer/director John Gray cut his teeth helming 14 episodes of Ghost Whisperer, that CBS show about Jennifer Love Hewitt seeing dead people.

White Irish Drinkers

type
  • Movie
mpaa
  • R
runtime
  • 109 minutes
director
  • John Gray (Director)

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