If I saw this on the video/cable TV circuit in the late 1990s/early 2000s (it was released in 1998), I can't recall.
Writer-director Skip Woods channels Quentin Tarantino with this drug comedy, where a former L.A. drug dealer (Thomas Jane) has moved to Houston to make a new life for himself as a married architect.
Everything falls apart when he is suddenly visited by his old dealer-friend (Aaron Eckhart) who comes carrying heroin.
Even though most of the action takes place in a home setting, for movie supposedly set in Houston (it was all shot in L.A.) they could have included at least one aerial shot.
THURSDAY has its moments, but not nearly enough to sustain its already slim run time. Still, it's better than most of the screenplays Skip Woods would go on to write (SWORDFISH, HITMAN, A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD).