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One Eyed King (2001)

Residents of Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen attempt to balance family and friendship against the harsh street life that unfolds around them.

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(as Robert Moresco)
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Frank
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Bug
Justin Bradley ...
Young Frankie
Johnny Griffin ...
Young Dennis
Gary Fine ...
Young Bug
Mitchell David Rothpan ...
Young Chuck (as Mitchell Roth Pan)
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Larry The Lip
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Paddy O'Donahue
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Chuck
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Dennis Reilly
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Cookie
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Paolo
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Terry / Voice over (as Ricky Aiello)
Zion Forest Lee ...
Benny (as Zion Lee)
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Residents of Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen attempt to balance family and friendship against the harsh street life that unfolds around them.

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In the Irish Mob Everyone is Family. Only a Few Become Royalty.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language and some drug content | See all certifications »
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7 September 2001 (USA)  »

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$6,500,000 (estimated)
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OK story, Great Cast
13 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

OK, so it's no "State of Grace", so it's no "Departed". Let's suspend the need to compare it to other movies about the Irish mob, or what it's like in urban Irish-American neighborhoods. The story is a little scattered, and it's a little hard to believe that Helen spends so much time resenting Frankie and then just does a complete 360 and wants to be with him. What stands out here is the cast. Armand Assante and Chazz Palminteri, while maybe a little mis-cast, turn in some impressive performances. These actors make you forget they're not really Irish (even though their characters are supposed to be)because they're so good at what they do. William Baldwin certainly shows some versatility, Connie Britton (who you may remember from Brothers McMullen) really makes you believe her heartbreak, and maybe a surprise to some of you is the scene stealing performance from Jim Breuer, as the least tainted member of the "brotherhood" who's girlfriend gets pregnant. He ends up as a hysterical deer-in-the-headlights when confronted by her father and the parish priest.

This movie is at least worth a rental.


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