Andy Garcia

Real truth at heart of funny family.
Movies want to be liked, but often it’s really hard to like them back. Screen stories can seem too exotic, too remote, characters too mechanical. It’s easy to be cynical about blockbusters but 'small’ movies about 'real’ people battling to get by...
Should have been a lot more interesting than it is...
Hollywood gangster movies have usually concentrated on the famous bad guys - the Capones and Dillingers. Hoodlum, which is set in New York in 1934, is about a forgotten bad guy called Ellsworth Johnson, who ran the numbers racket in Harlem.
An intriguing film that succeeds in combining themes of politics, power and corruption.
Over the years, in a sometimes frustratingly uneven career, director Sidney Lumet has usually delivered his best work when dealing with the flaws and corruption within the legal system in New York - think of Serpico, Prince Of The City, The...
It's tougher and tighter, and features a formidable cast.
Danny Ocean (George Clooney), just out of prison, has a score to settle with Las Vegas casino owner Terry Benedict (Andy Garcia) who took his wife, Tess (Julia Roberts) away from him.
Byron Tiller, Andy Garcia, is a novelist but his career has hit a low point; his first book wasn't a success, and no publisher wants his second, which is about migrant workers. How can he provide for his wife, Julianna Margulies, and son? The...