As the elder don dies, his young heir moves into the position. He quickly proves to be as ruthless as he tries to discover who has launched a plot to overthrow his rule and may be ...
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As the elder don dies, his young heir moves into the position. He quickly proves to be as ruthless as he tries to discover who has launched a plot to overthrow his rule and may be infiltrating other families. In a left over plot line, his aunt discovers that the young don had her son murdered first setting her off in a plot to kill him. Then when she is stopped she is driven into the arms of a conflicted priest. Meanwhile, an undercover FBI agent moves into the family home as a teacher for the don's handicapped daughter. Written by
John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
I am. and always will bee a huge fan of Mafia movies; it has always been a way of life in the world. All these people saying these movies are an insult to Italians everywhere are ignorant. That is why we have movies, to do on screen and to watch things which reality will sometimes not allow us to do in real life! The Last Don and it's sequel are well worth the time to watch these movies. Do you think that real mobsters always looked like mobsters in real life? Hell, look at Anthony Spilotro. He was only 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 165 pounds! He was the Chicago Outfit's most notorious hit-man, but he didn't look like it! Anyway, anyone who hasn't had the chance to see these two great movies should do so!
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