10th and Wolf
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Top Customer Reviews
It doesn't have the calibre of acting from "Donnie Brasco", but it is acted well. Especially, from Brad Renfro and Val Kilmer. (Kilmer for less than 5 minutes, but who cares?)
From flashbacks to double-crosses, it is easy to follow. Aside from an obviously overzealous pyro tech, it hardly falters.
Given another 15 minutes to the film and another 10 mil. to the budget and this would have been a gem.
Do not look past this movie, it's more than a gangster flick.
It starts as Tommy (James Marsden) returns to Philadelphia from the army and he's having a deal with FBI to be an inside man in his cousin Joey's (Giovanni Ribisi) gang which has some business with mafia. Federals will be able to catch some bigger fish and Tommy will get a chance to save his younger brother Vince (Brad Renfro) and Joey from going to jail. So Tommy who never wanted to join the local gang starts having business with his friends and wears a wire.
That's the basic story-line, but what I liked here was not this "undercover agent" plot but relationships between the main characters. Tommy who hasn't been home for some years begins to build his relations with his cousin, his brother, old friends and aunt - and all that looks rather interesting and vivid mostly due to the good actors taking part in the feature. The cast in "10th and Wolf" is indeed very nice. Marsden is surprisingly good, I never expected such a credible performance from him. Ribisi is awesome as always, he's full of energy, he's vigorous and a little bit mad. Renfro is also very good, he's almost always authentic albeit overacting sometimes. Piper Perabo is quite believable as a single mother and Tommy's love interest although we never get to see any love scenes in the movie. I can also mention Lesley Ann Warren whom I adore, actually I can't remember a role she was bad at. And Brian Dennehy with Leo Rossi were OK as two federal agents.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
"10th & Wolf" is a "mob" movie in the tradition of the "Godfather" "Goodfellas". The storyline held your interest from beginning to end. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cinema Buff
Awesome movie!!! Never got the hype that it deserves! Great actors/actresses..Published 17 months ago by Milosz Bulakowski
There was very good acting in it; the cast was really very good. I would recommend it for a friend to watch.Published 21 months ago by Dolores A.
Awesome mob film if you like Giovoni Ribsi. This is based on the mob from pennsylvania. It has a good string of characters.Published on January 21, 2014 by DirkDiggler489