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Mafia (2012)

It's the 70s and criminal boss Renzo and his crew wreak havoc across the streets, leaving bodies wherever they go. Detective Womack with partner Dupree will stop at nothing to bring these ... See full summary »

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It's the 70s and criminal boss Renzo and his crew wreak havoc across the streets, leaving bodies wherever they go. Detective Womack with partner Dupree will stop at nothing to bring these thugs to justice, even if it means breaking the law. Written by IvanWong

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Action | Crime

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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7 March 2013 (Germany)  »

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[first lines]
Jules Dupree: Who's party is this anyway?
James Womack: [looking through binoculars] Guy named Renzo Wes, "new guy".
Jules Dupree: Been on the job for 20 years, "Miss lady".
James Womack: Well, you're new to *this* shit hole.
Jules Dupree: Shit hole is a shit hole.
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24 December 2015 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Well, I can't say that I had any particular high expectation for this movie, but giving it the benefit of the doubt I still decided to sit down and watch it. And about 80 minutes later I sat there with a very hollow feeling. There really was no point to the storyline in "Mafia".

While attempting to capture the essence of the mid-seventies, then the end result of "Mafia" didn't really come of as particularly believable. And it was just hard to get into the groove of the movie.

The acting in "Mafia" was adequate, and Ving Rhames was the driving force in the movie, no doubt about it. However, this wasn't Ving Rhames's most brilliant movie moment, not by a long shot. But there wasn't anything overly impressive to be witnessed throughout this movie.

If you enjoy mafia/mobster movies, then there are far, far better movies available.


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