Garry Marshall, the former TV tycoon whose creations include "Laverne and Shirley" and "Mork and Mindy," is on familiar ground with FRANKIE AND JOHNNY, an urban blue-collar romance adapted from Terrence McNally's acclaimed two-character play Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune
Johnny (Al Pacino) is perhaps the only convict ever to emerge from the prison system a more sensitive person than when he went in. During an 18-month sentence in Altoona for check forgery, he has become a devoted reader of the works of Shakespeare as well as a master cook. As the story begins
Frankie (Michelle Pfeiffer), who hails from Altoona, has returned home to attend the c...