The fact that this is a true story made me that much more excited. Who plays a Mafia don better than Andy Garcia? The script attempts to have emotional depth, but the writing and direction are flat. After going to the trial for mobster John Gotti he hears of an address and decides to rob a mafia social club. Watching these films and hearing these stories, you think how could that have happened? In this movie they gave right credit mentioning the notorious criminals couple Bonnie and Clyde. Add to that the intense, Michael Pitt, straight off a successful run in Boardwalk Empire, and you have the makings of a terrific cast. For Tommy and Rosie, caught between the law and a mob contract, the future all depends on who gets to them first.
Here at Movieclips, we love movies as much as you! Meanwhile, the famous ongoing trial of a criminal gang that rocked the States attracts them. While scouting locations, Thomas accidentally stumbled upon a mafia owned bar and realized, there's a whole lot of money there and not much protection. It plodded along until a weird over-extended ending. Unfortunately, the guy Michael Pitt is hot headed, dumb and never likable. So when he hears Sammy name a Mafia-owned social club where no guns are permitted, he has an idea: Why not rob the joint? Then the film took a serious turn that just did not work. Mafia movies do so well at the box office, that writers are scrambling to find any story they can turn into a film and it's the audience that has benefited the most. Andy Garcia as the head of the family is pretty likable so you can't totally feel that Tommy and his girl are doing the right thing.
But I found the film so charming when I saw it at a screening a few months back that if the movie gods happen to smile down upon the effort Mr. That's what everyone says and expressing their displeasure over this movie. Unfortunately, the guy Michael Pitt is hot headed, dumb and never likable. That happened in real life, too, Mr. I would not put this in the same category as Donnie Brasco or any Scorsese movies but this is very much worth seeing and you will not be disappointed. The lead couples were very good, especially Nina Adrianda and I think I saw best of her.
The early robberies were I found this film very uneven. In 1992, Thomas and Rosemarie Uva, a couple of ex-cons from Ozone Park, embarked on a yearlong crime spree. But it's nothing wrong with a movie to inspire from the true event even it is similar to other stories. De Felitta said, finishing the sentence. Still, they are together and working hard, but not enough earn to pay bills. When the jobs they get don't pay nearly enough Tommy comes up with an idea to get rich quick.
Soon the couple becomes the target and how the story resolve is the rest which explained effectively. She got lots of comic moxie and is the only worthwhile thing about the movie except Griffin Dunne's supporting role. Then again, 3 Guys might have been willing to promote the movie voluntarily; the producer is a good customer. The collection agency and employees would make a great sitcom. This is another unbelievably true story, that has been brought to the big screen and the public eye, because of our on-going fascination with organized crime. I still feel it is a nice flick to give a try if you like the gangster theme.
Although I did not find the two main characters particularly likeable or interesting some of their escapades were fun. On the other hand, Nina Arianda has created a delightful character as the girlfriend. The beginning was light hearted and interesting. But the reason I went for it is the director of 'City Island' expecting something similar feast and it did not upset me. I sensed no dread or sadness for the young couple. In the movie, Rosie, who drove the getaway car, even wonders whether the lovers committed any crime at all, given the unsavory nature of their victims. Whether it's the latest studio release, an indie horror flick, an evocative documentary, or that new RomCom you've been waiting for, the Movieclips team is here day and night to make sure all the best new movie trailers are here for you the moment they're released.
Trying to go straight, Rosie lands a job at a debt-collection agency and persuades Tommy to join her. When 'Bonnie and Clyde' meets 'Goodfellas', this is not what we anticipated, instead a crucial clash. I give it a B+. To me the fact that all the lines of right and wrong are blurred makes this that much more fun and enjoyable to watch. To make matters worse, it's predictable at every turn and the music is terrible.
In the end, I think it stood true to the real story, that is what all matters. On the other hand, Nina Arianda has created a delightful Two small-time crooks in New York 1991 discover that Mafia social clubs are full of money and no guns, so they start robbing them based on a true story. In this movie they gave right credit mentioning the Based on the true story which resembles 'Bonnie and Clyde'. The early robberies were outrageous in the ineptitude. Summary: New York City, 1991. A couple who rob shops for a living come clean after spending few years in a correctional facility.
The Movieclips Trailers channel is your destination for the hottest new trailers the second they drop. So they plan to rob the mob and it stunts both the end, mobs and the cops. Andy Garcia's show was missing. The bottom line, Rob The Mob isn't Goodfellas, but it's a hell of a story, with a cast that's experienced in these types of films. Then you go to Wikipedia and find out it's all true! I'll start be saying that I love mafia movies so I was excited about this one. And so begins a series of Bonnie-and-Clyde-style stickups of mob hangouts around the city, with Tommy wielding an Uzi and Rosie driving the beat-up getaway car.