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Sicillian Code 1999

R CC
2.8 out of 5 stars (5) IMDb 4.7/10

Two gangsters threaten the owner of an upscale restaurant after his son can't pay a gambling debt.

Starring:
Danny Aiello, William Forsythe
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Danny Aiello III
Starring Danny Aiello, William Forsythe
Supporting actors Jessica DiCicco, Jarrod Bunch, John Battista, Federico Castelluccio, Leonardo Cimino, Polly Draper, Mark Margolis, Michael Margotta, Ernest Mingione, Vincent Pastore, Frank Pellegrino, Larry Romano, Timilee Romolini, Raymond Serra, Tyree Michael Simpson, Jonny Fido
Studio Screen Media
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

Customer Reviews

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Love this movie if your into the mafia at all this is one good movie. it is full of action and suspence. if you want something to get your attention and keep you on the edge of your seat get this movie and watch it.
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This movie was not up to Danny Aeilo's talent. A very slow moving plot that really went nowhere. The main reason I purchased the movie was to see Timi Romolini and she had a ten second part with two words.
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Vincent Pastore is the best in this film about Vincent Dianni(Danny Aiello) a soldier and hitman for TheGenovese Crime Family.Aiello is on the death list of Acting Boss Mr.Joseph(Mark Margolis) who also complains about the hot-tempered Matty Brancato from Boston,Massachussetts who Dianni severly injures for shooting a friend. This is a alright film. If you like A Brooklyn State of Mind then get it!
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For those who admire the talented Danny Aiello, this one comes as something of a disappointment. Although Aiello does his best, no one could do much with a script as muddled as this one. The supporting cast is fair, but again, the script does not allow anyone in the cast to shine. The direction is equally uninspired, giving the viewer the impression that this is just another haphazardly-made little potboiler. That is too bad, because a fine actor like Danny Aiello deserves better, and so do his fans. Pass this one up; it's a dud from start to finish.
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What's up mob fan's? this is james45 and I disagree with Just Another Opinions'review.Hit Man's Journal is a sad story about the not so glamorous life within the rackets ! Danny Aiello is good as always so is his supporting cast,all of them!! from Mark Margolis to Raymond Serra on down.It's sad because Mr.Aiellos' caracter seems to know his time is short due to the road his friend,(William Forsythes' caracter)is travelling, a road vincent surely travelled himself on the way to becoming respected.In the end he's not surprised,he simply moves over for the next up and coming mafioso.sad atmosphere but that's the life.
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