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The Homecoming of Jimmy Whitecloud (2001)

R | | Action, Crime, Drama
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A simple "hit" goes wrong when the Mob meets its match in an unlikely opponent-Native American comedian, Jimmy White Cloud. The fast-rising comic becomes the unwitting recipient of Ray "The... See full summary »

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Jimmy Whitecloud
Phil Becker ...
Ray (the Tuna) Grazziani
Kevan Michaels ...
Big Sal D'Amico
Lee Whitestar ...
John Spotted Bear
Johnny Marino ...
Fat Gus (as Johnnie Marino)
Carlos Milano ...
Johnny Shine
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Sally Meets the Moon (as Victoria Regina)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Adefeso ...
Rodney Wallace
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Native Warrior
Akima ...
Lonnie
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Vince D'Amico
Mark S. Brien ...
Bloody Knife
JoJo D'Amore ...
Bobby Dinapoli
Robert Diola ...
Little Hawk
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Joey Sperico
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A simple "hit" goes wrong when the Mob meets its match in an unlikely opponent-Native American comedian, Jimmy White Cloud. The fast-rising comic becomes the unwitting recipient of Ray "The Tuna" Grazziano's most cherished and potentially incriminating possession, "the book". A fast-paced chase follows from the streets of New York to Jimmy's native Piuma Creek Reservation in Arizona. Along the way, Jimmy learns some powerful lessons about life as he tries to avoid death at the hands of some of New York's most ruthless mobsters. Back at the reservation, Jimmy not only finds love where he least expects, but he reunites with his Shaman grandfather and rediscovers his heritage, as they join forces to defend themselves and their people from the big-city hit squad. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Rated R for violence, language and brief nudity
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B movie but not bad
28 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just watched Red Blood, and was surprised that it is a decent B movie. At first I noticed that there wasn't any recognizable stars in the movie and thought that it would be bad. But you know when you start watching a B movie and the acting is so amateurish that it becomes funny and mildly entertaining, well thats "Red Blood". The characters include the unlikely matching of American Indians, typical New York Mafia types and a few cowboys.The unique part of the movie is that the Indians are shown with real life attributes, not plastic ones. There is even some Indian boob shots if you care about this sort of thing. The writing carries a sense of suspense to the end. Ultimately, an amateurish movie with some laughs, and plenty of gratuitous violence. MajicRay says---Check it out!


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