A giant bloodthirsty Easter bunny starts viciously killing the local townsfolk. When the Mayor refuses to act and the attacks grow more gruesome, the town finds its very survival in the hands of a wannabe actress and a crazy dog-catcher.
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
Sometimes you watch a movie and after 2 hrs of sitting there you think, "ok ?" I hate watching a movie that makes absolutely no sense!!! Blood Line is totally the opposite of this. It is well written, it made sense and it has a little bit of comedy which I enjoyed in addition to the suspense and the non-stop action all the way to the ending. There was not a single second in this movie where I wanted to pause, the suspense was too much Some movies you can actually tell the outcome, but in Blood Line, the director did a really good job adding a twist to every scene you think you know what's going to happen next! I loved the ending, didn't see that coming!!!!
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