Nick Romano is a young Italian American fighting his own personal demons. He's got a chip on his shoulder and a lot to prove. Teamed with his crazy but always loyal partner Carlo, the two ... See full summary »
Nick Romano is a young Italian American fighting his own personal demons. He's got a chip on his shoulder and a lot to prove. Teamed with his crazy but always loyal partner Carlo, the two small time hoods are on the streets trying to hustle and make a living. Nick fits in well with this fast underworld lifestyle that he's been caught up in, however this lifestyle has caused a riff between Nick and his girlfriend Vanessa. Nick fights to not lose his loved ones, while trying to stay in good grace with the very powerful local crime boss. All the while, still trying to figure out who he is in life. Written by
This is who I am, aka American Mobster, tells the story of Nick Romano, a dapper thug from Miami. Nick has problems with his girlfriend and other gangsters. Nick wants to be a nicer kind of thug, and wants to keep his girl, but one thing leads to another and...well, you know, a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.
The actors in this film are all graduates of the Martin Scoresleezy school of acting, most having majored in Italian thug mimicry, but maybe they actually flunked. The star who portrays Nick, by the way, is also the writer and producer. There is no acting ability displayed on the screen, the action sequences are really cheesy, the fighting and blood shed look about as fake as you can get. I couldn't give away the plot because the movie has none. I often marvel at how money is wasted in the entertainment industry, and this film is a good example.
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