Hudson Hawk
Release: May 24, 1991
Release: May 24, 1991

The best cat burglar in Hoboken (Bruce Willis) has served his time in Sing-Sing and now looks forward to a life on the straight and narrow selling spatulas. However, his skills are sought after by sociopathic socialites, (Richard E. Grant & Sandra Bernhard) and he becomes an unwitting, yet very witty, pawn in a game for mastery of Da Vinci's work in alchemy. Hawk's blackmailed into stealing Da Vinci artifacts with both the CIA as well as the Vatican throwing their lots in the mix. With his old partner, Tommy Five-Tone (Danny Aiello) the Hudson Hawk sets off on a worldly adventure featuring action, campy mad-cappery, beautiful Italian vistas, and the never ending search for a great cup of cappuccino. "Winner" of three Golden Raspberry (Razzie) Awards, including Worst Picture, Worst Director - Michael Lehmann and Worst Screenplay.

Minerva Mayflower: "Bunny, baw-baw!"
Hudson Hawk: "I think Bunny's got today's "baw-baw"'s."
Hudson Hawk: "Looks like you won't be attending that hat convention in July! -Hudson Hawk"
Hudson Hawk: "Ceasar! Antony! [ambulance explodes] Are ye okay?"
Hudson Hawk: "Gates tries to blackmail me, you ask me "Did I miss anything." Gates gets killed, you say "Did I miss anything." I bet you went up to Mrs. Lincoln at the Ford Theatre and said "How was the show? Did I miss anything?" -Hudson Hawk"
Hudson Hawk: "If the Mario brothers weren't New Jersey's third-largest crime family, I'd say, "Kiss my ass'. But considering your status, I will say, "Slurp my butt"."
Hudson Hawk: "Bet you've never fooled with anybody from Hoboken before! -Hudson Hawk"
Tommy Five-Tone: "Did I miss anything?"
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