When the New York City police disrupt a big cocaine deal, the TV news reporters find John Falcone, a local mobster, nearby. They ask some tough questions, and Falcone decides he needs a ... See full summary »
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Don Ricci
Johnny Stumper ...
Todd Barrett
David Henry Keller ...
John Falcone
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Hector (as John Rano)
Danny Kuchuck ...
Juan Pendejo (as Oliver Daniels)
Steven Kaman ...
Martin Spostein (as Sven Nuvo)
Adrianna Maxwell ...
Whitney Barrett
Dan Lutsky ...
Vince Petracco
Angel Caban ...
Felix
Monica Helm ...
Janice
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Linda
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Sal
Neave Benton ...
Tommy Bradford
Tony Kruk ...
Tony
Buzzy Dannenfelser ...
Joey
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When the New York City police disrupt a big cocaine deal, the TV news reporters find John Falcone, a local mobster, nearby. They ask some tough questions, and Falcone decides he needs a public relations man to help burnish his image. He hires Todd Barrett, and he keeps Barrett in line with generous helpings of cocaine. Meanwhile, Falcone's unorthodox, violent, and sadistic methods get him cross-wise with Don Ricci, the boss. A mob war may break out. When Todd's wife is endangered, can the flack attack back at the racketeers? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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There's only one way to even the score. See more »

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Action | Crime

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11 October 1989 (USA)  »

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Obvious stunt double during a crash scene in film's climax. See more »

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Edited into Airboss III: The Payback (2000) See more »

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Very Underrated movie!
3 January 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I was thoroughly impressed what this particular cast was able to pull off on this particular movie on the limited budget they were awarded. David Henry Keller is a criminal mastermind and his vulgarity is especially appreciated from " The don has too much at stake to break the status quo , we gotta stop this !@#$ing around ! " or " That !@#$$@ %$#@! " he in on point the whole time !!!! . Now to Johnny Stumper very underrated actor he portrays a public relations god if you will nobody is better than him in this business. He has one major downfall in this movie though and that is when the wicked John Falcone ( David Henry Keller ) gets his nose open on some Columbian White Flake , pure as the driven snow as one of Falcone's thugs puts it. Stumper goes through hell in this movie as Keller kidnaps his wife and basically tries to ruin his life for trying to quit the task of changing his public image. Now on to the final part I wanna review is the two from Caracus Venezuela . These two monkeys make the whole movie worthwhile from the scene in Columbia where they survive a ambush from Blondie and crew ordered by Falcone , to the party/crack smoking scene in the basement where the one idiot says to the girl " Hey baby I like your style " to the other idiot sitting there repeating okay okay , ya , okay okay then he gets the other retarded Spaniard to dance over to him to take his hit of the crack pipe then he proceeds to shake his head so fast you will never see anything like it !. anyways enjoy the movie guys ignore the haters Mob War is a GOOD MOVIE !!!!! I don't got any chow but I got some champagne - Johnny Stumper


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