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Bronx Paradise (2010)

| Comedy | 2010 (USA)
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Wayne Gurman's life story. Follow him as he tears through the mean streets of the Bronx. Losing friends, making enemies and fighting against the odds to find Paradise.
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Cast

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Deli Worker
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Mickey
Dominick Amico ...
Duda
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P.J. Fitzsimmons
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Detective
Michael Basile ...
Guido (as Mike Basile)
Ephraim Benton ...
Rome
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Nicky Paladino
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Sonny Provetta
Al Burgo ...
Al
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Jimmy
Frank Cadillac ...
Bobby Radio
Chris Choplin-Brown ...
Driver
Tim Cinnante ...
Little Mike
Brea Cola ...
Kim
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Wayne Gurman's life story. Follow him as he tears through the mean streets of the Bronx. Losing friends, making enemies and fighting against the odds to find Paradise. Ride Shotgun with Wayne as he bulls his way through the Bronx, picking up his trigger happy best friend, John a racist mafia killer with a penchant for violence. See Wayne as he stalks deadbeats like 'Harry the Jew' or being shadowed by "The Ghouls" an invalid attached to an oxygen tank, whose dream is to become a cocaine dealer like his idol Wayne. To make matters worse, "Little Mike" and Nicky two neighborhood psychos are robbing and killing in the middle of the night and have plans of their own. While their boss "Frankie Sunshine", brightens the neighborhood by cutting down anybody who gets in his way. Its no joyride for Wayne as he tries to keep his family together, his wife happy and find his own "Bronx Paradise". Written by Wayne Gurman

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Only The Strong Survive

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$200,000 (estimated)
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Brutal
19 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you're offended easily -- or even not that easily -- this one might not be for you. Chronicles the day-to-day grind in the life of a rampaging low-level criminal and his pals in the Bronx. Dealing drugs, getting into fights at 24 hour markets, assaulting random people on the streets ... It's like a modern-day "Mean Streets," only even more gritty. Down n dirty, done guerrilla style, the dialog will make your jaw drop with its brutal, over-the-top authenticity. These are the kind of guys who berate Asian store owners for not speaking proper English, or bring their car to a screeching stop to jump out and beat up homosexuals. The film is hilarious at times but it's also grimly violent and unbelievably "un- pc." A very effective piece of independent filmmaking. Recommended, but definitely not for everyone.


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