Flashy, often ridiculous made-for-cable movie centered around the quintet of performers who ruled Las Vegas in the early 1960s. Gossip-mongering writ large, the film's biggest sin is that it's not so bad it's funny.
Frank Sinatra (Ray Liotta) watches with fascination as charismatic politician John F. Kennedy (William Petersen) makes his bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination. Sinatra's entree into the Kennedy inner circle is an old acquaintance, actor Peter Lawford (Angus MacFadyen). Sinatra, Lawford,
and their show business compadres Dean Martin (Joe Mantegna), Sammy Davis Jr. (Don Cheadle), and Joey Bishop (Bobby Slayton) perform benefits for Kennedy's...