I saw The Only Game In Town in New York City, where I think it only lasted for one week. As I recall, Andrew Sarris had positively reviewed the film in the Village Voice, (my memory is that the film was panned by all the other NY critics) but the only place the film was playing was at The Albermarle in Brooklyn, on Flatbush Avenue. I think I was the only person in the theatre. I believe the film wasn't advertised at all, but I could be mistaken about this, though I remember pouring through the back pages of Cue in order to find a place that was playing the film. And it was a very good film. It's more in the style of Mr. Stevens' earlier work, such as The More The Merrier. The film focuses on the subtle virtues of intimacy and performance, and of course, as Mr. Kimmel has pointed out, when you're dealing with Ms. Taylor and Mr. Beatty, not to mention the inimitable grace of Frank Gilroy's dialogue, how can you go wrong? The only problem I had with the film was that Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton had moved to France because of taxes, so she is always seen in close-up, never in the actual locations of Las Vegas which are intercut with shots of her obviously taken at a studio in Paris. But I imagine I will be buying this. In fact, I've been waiting impatiently for the film to be released on DVD for over a decade.