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MIAMI BLUES | YEAR: 1990 | COMEDY CRIME DRAMA THRILLER | ENGLISH US |***Licensed To Youtube With Ad Revenue Paid To Copyright Owner: MGM ***| An ex-con's first act of freedom is moving to Miami where he restarts his old criminal ways with even more potency.

Miami Blues is a 1990 American black comedy crime film directed by George Armitage, based on the novel of the same name by Charles Willeford. It stars Fred Ward (who also served as an executive producer), Alec Baldwin, and Jennifer Jason Leigh.


Frederick J. Frenger Jr. (who asks to be called "Junior"), a violent sociopath recently released from a California prison, starts a new life in Miami. Before leaving the airport, he steals luggage and knocks down a Hare Krishna by breaking his fingers. Junior checks into a hotel and hooks up with Susie Waggoner, a naive prostitute who is a student at a community college. They become romantically involved and move in to a house together, with Susie blissfully unaware of Junior's criminal activities and harboring fantasies of living happily ever after.

An investigation of the Hare Krishna murder leads grizzled policeman Sgt. Hoke Moseley to come knocking on their door. Moseley shares a home-cooked dinner with the couple, upon Susie's suggestion, and plays it cool while seemingly indicating to Junior that he's on to him. He overtly suspects Junior has been in prison and wants him to come to the police station for a lineup. Junior goes to Moseley's home the next day, assaults him, and steals his gun, badge and dentures.

Later, while Susie is taking a bath and writing a haiku, Junior decides to break into a nearby apartment. He steals an IMI Desert Eagle handgun, a coin collection and some pork chops. As he is doing this, he speaks aloud a haiku of his own: "Breaking entering. The dark and lonely places. Finding a big gun". Junior begins using the badge, demanding bribes as rewards after breaking up robberies, only to keep the loot for himself.

While at a convenience store, Junior witnesses an armed robbery and decides to break it up. He lectures the gunman about avoiding a life of crime, but the gunman runs a truck over him. Junior complains to Susie that the "straight life" has made him too soft. Moseley tracks down the couple through a utility account opened up in Susie's name. He pretends to run into her at the grocery store, where they swap recipes. After she lies that she has left Junior, Moseley tells her that Junior is a murderer and that he and the police are looking for him.

Back home, to test whether he will lie to her, Susie deliberately ruins a pie by putting vinegar in it. To her disappointment, Junior compliments the dessert and eats it with gusto. The next day, Junior asks Susie to drive him around town on errands. Their first stop is a pawn shop, which he robs. In the course of the robbery, Junior kills the pawnbroker, but not before she chops several of Junior's fingers off.

Badly injured, he limps to the car, but Susie drives away upon realizing what he's done. Moseley pursues him to the house, where he shoots and kills Junior. Being ironic with his last words, Junior tells Moseley, "Susie's gonna get you, Sarge." Susie then arrives and Moseley asks why she stayed with him for so long. She explains that he ate everything she ever cooked and never hit her.


Fred Ward as Sgt. Hoke Moseley
Alec Baldwin as Frederick J. Frenger Jr.
Jennifer Jason Leigh as Susie Waggoner
Charles Napier as Sgt. Bill Henderson
Nora Dunn as Ellita Sánchez
Obba Babatundé as Blink Willie
Jose Perez as Pablo
Paul Gleason as Sgt. Frank Lackley
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