Identical to his co-star Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki’s time on “The Big Bang Theory” is amongst his occupation’s largest highlights, and just like Cuoco, it is a occupation that is going again lengthy ahead of the CBS sitcom first aired. Regardless that he is now best remembered as Leonard Hofstadter, there are many different underrated gem stones in Galecki’s appearing occupation, just like the 1997 movie “Suicide Kings.”
Starring along the likes of Christopher Walken and Sean Patrick Flanery within the gritty black comedy, Galecki’s personality of Ira Reder turns into embroiled in his pals’ determined strive to get a hold of $2 million in ransom cash after one among their sisters is abducted. And not using a manner to make the cash legally, they go for somewhat kidnapping themselves, taking former prison kingpin Charlie Barret (Walken) hostage and forcing him to assist them get what they want.
It seems that Ira and pals were not the one ones a couple of million quick as a result of by the point “Suicide Kings” completed its run via theaters, it simplest pulled in a lowly $1.7 million towards the cheap of $5 million. Lots of bitter evaluations from critics unquestionably did not assist, however are strikingly at odds with a positive opinion from audiences over time, making “Suicide Kings” probably the most underrated field place of business bombs from the forged of “The Big Bang Theory.”