Ron Rifkin

There are some good performances, but not enough to save this dreary film.
If you think \"greed is good\" died with Gordon Gecko in Wall Street, think again...the ethos is still alive in Boiler Room. Greedy, ambitious Seth, Giovanni Ribisi, the son of a Judge, Ron Rifkin, who quite understandably disapproves of his son,...
Has all the makings of a fine police thriller, but drags out too long diminishing the film.
Danny Roman, Samuel L. Jackson, is a negotiator in the Chicago police force; in the tense opening sequence of F. Gary Gray`s film, he`s seen talking down a deranged man holding a gun at his small daughter`s head. But events soon place Danny on...
The Substance Of Fire is another film which, like Shine, looks at the impact of the Holocaust on a family many years later. Young Isaac Geldhart hides in an attic during the war, in the company of hundreds of books. Fifty years on, Isaac heads an...
Set in 1951, the era of McCarthyism, Carrey plays Peter Appleton, an apathetic screenwriter of no great talent. When he?s blacklisted for innocently attending a left-wing meeting as a student he gets blind drunk, drives off a bridge and ends up...