LM: What else does Angie do over the course of the film.
JM: Well not much really he later on in the film keeps looking for Marty at different places well Marty finally finds a date.
LM: Anything more than that?
JM: Well at the end he keeps telling Marty that he went out with a dog and proceeds to go back to the way he usually does things.
LM: Well that really is not much is it, how do you play the part?
JM: Well Angie is really a big nothing so that is how a play him as a big nothing just always depending a little too much for his friend.
LM: Well I suppose you do play Angie just as he should be played, but is that really anything all that special.
JM: Well I suppose not, but hey I am not bad am I?
LM: Well no your not.
JM: Yeah that's right I'm not, I certainly am better than Baryshnikov in The Turning Point now aren't I?
LM: True, but still its hard to say that this is not anything more than just a bonus nomination for the very well liked Marty.
JM: Well that's your opinion.
LM: Indeed it is. I will say in closing though I love the way you say "Forget it Jake, It's Chinatown" in Chinatown you nailed that line.