A movie about the Irish Mafia. Insert your own jokes here.The Coens sure know how to write good quotable dialogue. This movie is chock-full of slang from the 1930's, and for about two weeks after I saw this movie, I kept telling people to "stop giving me the high hat!" But this is actually a very good movie, really well-acted, although I got a little tired of seeing Gabriel Byrne punched in the stomach over and over. The movie's all about this power struggle between Leo, head of the Irish Mafia (hyuk hyuk) and Johnny Caspar, head of the italian contingent. And Gabriel Byrne's right in the middle, doing sort of what Bruce Willis did in "Last Man Standing". Sucking really badly and making a really shitty movie? Well, no. Forget the Bruce Willis allusion. Gabriel's playing off both sides, all the while getting punched repeatedly in the gut. This movie has some great violence, and J.E. Freeman plays Caspar's henchman and he's quite the sarcastic bugger. All in all, this is a fine movie, full of great violence, funny dialogue, and a hat that blows everywhere. And John Turturro plays a really sneaky whiny guy. Go see it, and stop giving me the high hat.Look in your heart, I'm begging to you, look in your heart...What follows is one of the coolest lines ever. Watch for it.