"Bloodline" is an urban action drama about Marcus and Nate, brothers that have chosen opposite sides of the law. As Officer Marcus Dorsey pursues the biggest drug lord in his city, he ... See full summary »
Helen is the young girlfriend of good-looking Jackson Baring. When Helen gets pregnant and marries Jackson, they decide to move to his hometown, Kilronan, and have a baby there. But his ... See full summary »
Two of New York's most powerful families will collide in this urban drama. When Don Vito's mafia family is threatened by Brooklyn's most powerful street king, Caesar "Smash" Benton, a turf war will decide the fate of each others empire. Vito begins to recruit new members, taking in Richie, the son of his former right hand man. While falling deeper into the web of the mafia, Richie begins to reassess his goal of killing Vito; the man who murdered his father, over the love of respect he earns from the "family". Prepare yourself for an intense story of drama, romance and war. Written by
This was a great written and directed film. The script was gripping and entertaining consisting of all the elements that make up a great Mafia movie. There was blood, love, revenge, guns,torn friendships and emotions and of course what would a Mafia movie be without the F word!
The director did an outstanding job writing the script and executing the filming of the movie. My only criticism would be that in certain scenes it was hard to hear or understand what was being said. I had to rewind and listen closely, sometimes even put the subtitles on.
Tommy Clohessy performed flawlessly and really grasped your attention in each of his scenes. Nigel Harvey and Frank Merlino were also believable in their performances. Fighting scenes could have been slightly improved on but overall Bloodline was an engaging and entertaining film that deserves praise for its plot and ambition. I would definitely recommend it.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?