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1,000 Times More Brutal (2012)

Brutal (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Crime | 20 August 2012 (USA)
Four friends pay the ultimate price,when they seek revenge against a low-level Gangster.

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Four friends pay the ultimate price,when they seek revenge against a low-level Gangster.

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Peter Greene met Writer/Director Kamal Ahmed many years ago in Brooklyn while filming LAWS OF GRAVITY. Kamal owned a pizzeria and Peter is seen eating a slice of Kamal's pizza in that film. See more »

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Hangin' On The Corner With The Fellas
Performed by Kamal Ahmed (bass), Anthony Peralo (drums), Mark Bosch (guitar)
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Oscar for Peter Greene!
2 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me start by saying since I saw LAWS OF GRAVITY I've been a huge fan of Peter Greene. Just about every role he plays he brings a realism that could stand with any of the great actors post 1970's. His role as Carlo Morello in 1000 TIMES MORE BRUTAL is clearly his best ever. The movie starts in a fast paced frenzy and works its way to one of the best mob movies since A BRONX TALE and DONNIE BRASCO as four friends pay the price for getting even with a low level gangster played by Greene. The film has a gritty feel,brought on by hand-held cameras,older New York locations and excellent casting using real characters from the streets of Brooklyn mixed with unknown actors David DASTMALCIAN,JERERMY Luke,ANGELO BONSIGNORE and MARK LOVE. Director Kamal Ahmed managed to wrangle veteran NY actors FEDERICO CASTTELUCCIO,KEVIN CORRIGAN and ARTHUR NASCARELLA to round out the cast. But the real star is Peter Greene,whose almost cinema verite performance actually frightened me (his appearance actually scared me just as much)when he gives an Oscar worthy monologue towards the end which pretty much capped off the movie. I don't know what the budget was,but it seemed bare. Unfortunate,because if more juice were backing this movie,Peter Greene would be a shoe in for Oscar nod. I say this because William Hurt had a similar monologue in A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE and it pales in comparison to Greene's.


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