Chris Troiano runs South Beach (greater Miami)'s most popular nightclub, a recreational goldmine. Fellow New York immigrant Andy Burnett quickly rises from bouncer on trial to Troiano's trusted security chief and right hand. Thus he slowly discovers the club's entanglement with both the Russian mafia and domestic mob king Allie Boy, obviously involved in murders and arson. Andy is in fact an undercover cop, but risks losing trust with all superiors, except his immediate chief, so a trap must urgently be set. Written by
When I heard about this movie and found out it was based on a true story, I was curious. Because after Miami Vice, everyone likes to see shows and movies that use Miami as a main location. So I rented this movie expecting nothing special.
Let me say it's a decent movie. The acting is OK, although Brian Goodman didn't look comfortable in some scenes with actors who didn't get the job done. But I could still get through that. The only negative comment I have on this movie is that it felt rushed and some scenes seemed missing. But overall, I give it a 6. Nothing memorable, but definitely worth a watch.
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