Capturing the idiosyncratic flavor of Elmore Leonard's prose, the snappily acted GOLD COAST is a criminal caper that exhibits a firmer handle on its underworld verisimilitude than it does in oiling its suspense mechanism. Unfortunately, by the time every dog has had its day, the film has
run out of steam and left its audience clamoring for less. The film, which was produced by Showtime, made its home video debut in 1998.
Even though the death of Florida Mafioso Frank DiCilia (Richard Bradford) came in the arms of another woman, he arranged to keep his widow Karen (Marg Helgenberger) faithful after he was gone. Frank's wiseguy attorney Ed Grossi (Barry Primus) ti...