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Arthur J. Nascarella,
This Mafia was the worst that I have seen so far. I am disappointed because there were some great character actors, who should have done a better job. The lead/director was terrible. Not only was he a bad actor, but there was no character development to even vaguely have the viewer symphatize with any of the major or minor characters. If this was a parody of Mafia films, I would understand why the film sucked. Get a day job, and don't do anymore Indi films. What I don't understand is why Frank Vicente and the other bigger names decided to sully their repuations by taking part in this film. And, I don't understand the terrible anecdotes that were parlayed during the various meal scenes. It was horrific. I kept hoping that "Tony Soprano" or Ray Liotto or any other character from Goodfellas or Casino appeared in the film. It was painful to watch. Thank God for fast forwarding.
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