Top 10 awesome movies like Do Not Throw Cushions Into the Ring that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Do Not Throw Cushions Into the Ring and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Steve Ihnat, Steve Ihnat and Sally Carter-Ihnat . Here goes the list -

  1. Something About Love
  2. A Swingin' Affair
  3. Balboa
  4. The Price of the American Dream
  5. The Moving Finger
  6. Saturday Night at the Palace
  7. The Have-Nots
  8. Nowhere to Go
  9. The Emissary: A Biblical Epic
  10. The Gentle Rain
  1. Something About Love

    Something About Love

    After running off to the United States and failing to make anything of himself, a boy returns home to the gritty industrial island of Cape Breton, Canada, to face his mentally-deteriorating father.

    This movie, created by Tom Berry, Stefan Wodoslawsky and Jan Rubes, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  2. A Swingin' Affair

    A Swingin' Affair

    Rick is pledging a snooty fraternity at a college. He feels out of place because he's a poor kid from the wrong side of town and picks up extra money by fighting in the ring. He doesn't want his potential fraternity brothers finding out about his background or how he makes his money. However, trouble arises when the rich and spoiled girlfriend of one of his fraternity "bros" comes on to him.

    This movie, created by Jay O. Lawrence, Arline Judge and William Wellman Jr., scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  3. Balboa

    Balboa

    Millionaire gets involved in a real-estate scam.

    This movie, created by James Polakof, Tony Curtis and Carol Lynley, scores 5.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  4. The Price of the American Dream

    The Price of the American Dream

    This movie, created by Jackie Torres, Jackie Torres and Mario Ramirez Reyes, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  5. The Moving Finger

    The Moving Finger

    A rare beatnik artifact of the early 1960s, one of only a few such films made before the hippies took over Hollywood. Low budget and in b&w, it's set in Greenwich Village, with what seems like a mostly improvised script. It begins as a late film noir crime tale involving a bank robbery where only one of a group of thieves escapes with his life, as well as $90,000 in loot. Injured and on the run, he hides in a local tour bus and is soon taken in by a group of bohemians who shoot him full of morphine to ease his pain and let him sleep it off on a mattress. Mason is the head beatnik. There's also the owner of both an upstairs coffeehouse and garret, where these beatniks hang out. They, in turn, bring the tourist trade in. Although the robbery is supposed to be the main focus of the plot, it quickly turns into more of a character study featuring these rebellious bon vivants and their odd lifestyle, which includes smoking and selling dope, mooching at art galleries, long conversations about all sorts of things and a beat shindig, shot Cinema Verite style in the director's actual apartment. Along the way, they do things like shower together at the home of an heiress and mostly plot ways to get the bank heist money away from Mason, who's too clean-cut to be one of them, but wins us over with his naturally arrogant charisma. The whole thing climaxes at the Feast of San Gennaro, in a typically documentary style conclusion.

    This movie, created by Larry Moyer, Lionel Stander and Barbara London, scores 4.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  6. Saturday Night at the Palace

    Saturday Night at the Palace

    Developed for film from a play inspired by true events, Saturday Night at the Palace takes place at a South African fast-food restaurant. The main conflict is between a white antagonist, Vince, and a black waiter named September. September was just about to close the restaurant to visit his family who he hasn't seen in two years due to apartheid, then Vince shows up. Vince has just been kicked off his soccer team and out of his house. He takes out his anger on September.

    This movie, created by Robert Davies, Bill Flynn and John Kani, scores 7.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  7. The Have-Nots

    The Have-Nots

    After the events of 9/11 the lives of Jakob and Isabelle are not what they used to be.

    This movie, created by Florian Hoffmeister, Gina Bellman and Guy Burnet, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  8. Nowhere to Go

    Nowhere to Go

    A rebellious teen threatened with expulsion from school is offered an alternative: an experimental program in which she would counsel troubled children. Initially rebelling from the concept, she finds that her involvement lets her confront her own angers and eventually her family including a loving grandmother. With the help of a new friend, she eventually turns away from her trouble-making boyfriend and makes a new life.

    This movie, created by John Caire, Tricia Vessey and John Shea, scores 7.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  9. The Emissary: A Biblical Epic

    The Emissary: A Biblical Epic

    This drama follows Saul the angry zealot to Paul the servant of Christ who will pay any price to bring his message to the world.

    This movie, created by Robert Marcarelli, Garry Cooper and Leon Lissek, scores 6.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  10. The Gentle Rain

    The Gentle Rain

    This movie, created by Burt Balaban, Christopher George and Lynda Day George, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

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