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Kiss Toledo Goodbye (1999)

A man learns that the bio father he knew nothing about is involved in a world of crime. Upon dad's death he is expected to join his new "family."

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A young man suddenly learns that the biological father he knew nothing about is a crime lord. Upon witnessing his father's untimely death, he is expected to join forces with his new "family" and is challenged to prove himself. Written by Anonymous

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You Can Choose Your Friends, But You Can't Choose Your Family.

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Rated R for some violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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Not the Worst Way to Spend a Couple Hours
3 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

There are far, far worse movies out there. For a mobster movie with less intensity than the standards, this is a lot of fun.

Michael Rappaport is (as always) excellent, and this film offers one of the few opportunities we've had to see Christopher Walken in a less-than-terrifying role.

Sure, the film meanders a bit, has little poignancy, and, in the end, is mostly forgettable...but it's also a bit off the beaten path and is worth a rental, especially for an evening where you just don't want to bother with another lackluster Hollywood Blockbuster.


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