A woman who has recently discovered that she is the daughter of Angelo, a major mafia boss, decides to wreak vengeance when he is killed by a hitman. She's aided by his faithful bodyguard, with whom she soon falls in love.Written by
When Sylvester Stallone is giving himself stitches to his gun shot wound, he tells Madeleine Stowe that's it's ok he's done this before. Possible nod to First Blood(1982) when Rambo stitches the cut on his arm See more »
When Jennifer is watching the video of Angelo Allieghieri, shots alternate between her sipping from a glass and swigging from a bottle of Jack Daniels. See more »
You ever read this book?
Have I ever read that book? Not only does that insult my intelligence but it insults my ignorance. Why would a man like me, who happens to like himself, be caught dead reading a bit of boy toy fluff like that?
Because it's a killer.
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When I knew that Anthony Quinn was in this title, I had to see it. It's nice to see The Master on the big screen one more time.
The story line for this film is nice and funny but unfortunatly there was a slight miss cast... The Leads!!! Sylvester Stallone is a great actor, no doubt about that, but the character here is faced with comedic situations and even has some funny lines. I admire the change that Stallone made to his roles, but let's face it... he's not funny at all. He can do great in drama, action... but not comedy!!
Madline Stowe was fine but not convencing enough. It was obvious from the first look that there was no chemistry between the two. That can be seen clearly from the seen where Frankie trains Jennifer the cat walk. to me that's the worst scene in the movie.
I personally liked the Funeral scene. I felt as if it was the last goodbye to Anthony Quinn.
In short... The movie is entertaining but not worth going all the way to the theatre. If you are a Quinn fan, then rent it to see him for the last time.
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