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"The Raid 2: Berandal" Review: Holy S**T!

The Raid: Redemption is widely regarded as the best action film of all time by those who have two eyes connected to a brain. The choreography was flawless, the action sequences frequent and brutal and it contains  999 more words

Movie Review: Rob the Mob

I grew up around all types of fictionalized gangsters.

From 90′s hip-hop to Hollywood versions of true stories like Goodfellas and Casino, I spent a lot of time viewing the faces and listening to the voices that represented the underbelly of society, and I gotta admit: I loved that shit. 827 more words

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Top 5 Movies Martin Scorsese Wanted To Make But Didn't

5) Dino -

Following the 1995 production of Casino, Warner Brothers intended to make a Dean Martin biopic by re-teaming the writing/directing team of Nicholas Pileggi and Martin Scorsese. 785 more words

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Movie title: When Bonnie Stutters

This is another story about a prostitute. It could be, although somewhat unrelated, sequel to ‘Bonnie and Bonnie’, and it also could be that her name, again, is Bonnie. 58 more words

Oscar Randomized

How Willy Loman met the Goodfellas

Scott Greenfield wrote a post recently describing his experiences as a young lawyer. Perhaps I read too much into it, but it is pretty clear that some of his clients were, as they say, “connected.”  Scott wrote in response to my query about whether I should stick my nose into situations where a third-party was paying the defendant’s fee in a criminal case. 1,123 more words

My favorite villians...

Now these are not in any order.  That would be like asking me which one of my kids I love more…but I’ll give you a hint its the other one. 978 more words

Contemplation

Shapstik’s Movie Clip of the Week: Goodfellas (1990)

“What did I tell you!?”

Although it took great restraint not to opt for the “how the f**k am I funny” scene from my favourite Scorsese picture, I am glad I went for Jimmy’s outburst, as it displays one of the most magic partnerships in De Niro and the great director. 277 more words

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