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Produced and directed by Michael Corrente (Outside Providence, American Buffalo) and written by Emmy Award Winning writer Terence Winter (The Sopranos)
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The movie then fast forwards to 1985, with Michael attending Columbia University, Bobby going nowhere fast, but thinking about taking the Postal exam, and Carmine trying to buddy up to the Mafia, and pulling off a few "strong-arm" jobs. This story really isn't a "Mafia movie", but the Mafia is always lurking on the periphery. There are a number of good quotes that epitomize the "flavor" of Brooklyn: "You invent a better mousetrap here, you get a mousetrap stuck up you're a**!" "There's a big difference between fear and respect!"
This movie is really about a coming of age of three lifetime buddies in Brooklyn. Being that my family is originally from Brooklyn, I can state un-categorically, that the director of this movie has the accents and mannerisms and swagger down pat!
A Bronx Tale meets the Sopranos meets Stand by Me: film lovers won't be disappointed.
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This is one of my favorite movies... Did not do well in the box office at all... But to me this was always the sequel that "A Bronx Tale" deserved and never got.Published 11 months ago by Jesse Rodriguez
Alec Baldwin did the best since The Departed paying Cesare"Caesar" D'Amico the violent caporegime in The Gambino Crime Family. Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by Carol A. Blackburn