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Draws take place every Sunday at 7pm. For the commission, approving MGM's certificate of operations will shift its role in Springfield from that of a licensing agency to that of a regulatory authority, Crosby said. Only at the Dragon Lounge. Doubtful whether any current director let alone any current actor would have the guts to even attempt something like that. The first resort and full-scale casino to open under the state's expanded gaming law, MGM Springfield is planning a press conference Thursday morning, VIP and media tours of the casino Thursday afternoon and a grand opening parade with entertainment to officially open the casino on Friday morning.


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Watch your sports while drinking your favorite beverage or cocktail any time, any night. And our friendly bartenders will always be happy to serve you. Serving up fresh ideas every day. Join us for breakfast or sleep in and enjoy our Brunch. We offer daily themed buffets that offer something for everyone and a creative menu that blends both lunch and dinner into one exquisite experience.

Watch your favorite team in action and all the major sporting events on the big screens. Enjoy a team platter, the Ultimate TAP Burger, the perfect prime rib dinner plus try our 24 varieties of ice cold draft on tap. Sit down in our relaxing atmosphere by the fireplace without beating the morning rush. Enjoy our variety of snack choices, from sandwiches, salads, pastries, or just a nice hot or cold drink.

We offer a variety of sausages, hot dogs and sandwiches freshly made by our SC Restaurant. Partner them with chips or chocolate bars and a drink for a combo to satisfy your hunger. Tasty and healthy at very affordable prices. Hours of Operation Sunday — Thursday 5: Make a Reservation Notice: JavaScript is required for this content. Monday — Buck a Shuck. Looking for a place to relax and unwind? Bob Hoskins is just incredible in this film.

His performance sears the screen with its burning intensity. His character is undoubtedly a vile individual, but Hoskins employs so much depth and subtlety in his portrayal we actually find ourselves caring for him. The much-remarked-on final sequence is an absolute tour-de-force that takes your breath away. Doubtful whether any current director let alone any current actor would have the guts to even attempt something like that. Hoskins makes it all look so easy, the mark of a true professional.

Be warned, however, that this is not a film for the faint-hearted, and the squeamish will most certainly wince more than once. The direction, editing, photography, soundtrack and acting are all top-notch, displaying a rare degree of outright quality that the British film industry rarely seems able to muster, for one reason or another. There's also some degree of fun to be had from spotting the familiar faces in the supporting cast - 'Charlie Fairhead' from Casualty, 'Denzil' from Only Fools and Horses, 'Terry' from Fawlty Towers, a couple of the sadistic warders from Alan Clarke's brutal borstal flick 'Scum' and a young Gillian Taylforth of Eastenders fame.

I have one final comment to make regarding this movie. Guy Ritchie should be forced to watch this at least fifteen times in a row, in the vain hope that it teaches him something about the genre he idolizes but seems unable to make a decent job of depicting. Watch and learn, all you young 'mockney' pretenders, this film is the work of the masters. More Top Movies Trailers Forums. Apocalypse Better Call Saul: Season 4 Castle Rock: Season 1 The Deuce: Season 2 Doctor Who: Season 11 Fear the Walking Dead: Season 3 This Is Us: Season 3 The Walking Dead: The Long Good Friday View All Photos 1.

John Mackenzie's masterfully directed British crime drama features a star-making performance by Bob Hoskins as Harold Shand, a successful London gangster whose world falls apart over the course of one weekend.

Shand controls the London docks and is planning a big real estate deal, financed by money from the American mob and given the okay by the London organization. His world is sweet -- he lives in a fancy penthouse, he owns a yacht, and has a sensitive and intelligent mistress. But suddenly a bomb explodes inside his Rolls Royce, another bomb destroys a pub he owns, and a third is found inside his casino.

Shand can't understand who would suddenly want him dead, particularly over the Easter weekend, when representatives from the American mafia are coming into town to discuss investing in Shands's real estate project. Bob Hoskins as Harold Shand. Helen Mirren as Victoria. Eddie Constantine as Charlie.

Paul Freeman as Colin. Leo Dolan as Phil. Patti Love as Carol. Dave King as Parky. Stephen Davies as Tony. Bryan Marshall as Harris. George Coulouris as Gus. Derek Thompson as Jeff. Pierce Brosnan as 1st Irishman.

Charles Cork as Eric. Billy Cornelius as Pete. Paul Barber as Erroll. Stephen Davis as Tony. Alan Devlin as Priest. Christopher Driscoll as Phil. Brian Hall as Alan. Kevin McNally as Irish Youth. Pierre Olivier Bardet as Chef. Daragh O'Malley as 2nd Irishman. Karl Howman as David. Alan Ford as Jack. Paul Kernber as Ginger. Bill Moody as Boston. Bruce Alexander as Mac.

Pauline Melville as Dora. Trevor Laird as Boy under car. Dexter Fletcher as Kid. Ryan Michael as Waiter Ricardo. Nick Stringer as Billy.

Robert Hamilton as Flynn.