A former street tough returns to his Philadelphia home after a stint in the military. Back on his home turf, he once again finds himself tangling with the mob boss who was instrumental in his going off to be a soldier.
Brothers Martina and Luca travel from Las Vegas to Hollywood. Along the way they meet two convicts and Cherie a showgirl who flees his representative. The convicts kidnap Martina and force Luca to carry a 3 million bag.
Justin Sayer suffers from a mental illness which causes vivid hallucinations. The voices in his head have caused him to isolate himself from the world and from his two year old son. After ... See full summary »
A troubled young woman often cheats on her husband and wants to leave him. She even contemplates murder. When she is found unconscious with her children murdered, suspicions rise and lives are destroyed.
February, 1991. Tommy, a Desert Storm marine dismayed that the US isn't taking out Saddam, breaks some rules and faces hard labor. An FBI agent offers him an out: go home to his gritty, dockside home in Pennsylvania and help get the goods on an Italian heroine dealer; in return, no prison time and no arrest of Tommy's brother Vincent and cousin Joey. Loyalty to family conflicts with loyalty to the code of the street. Can Tommy sort it out, protect his brother and cousin, and stay true? Do young men die - in the sands of the Middle East and on the mean streets of the US - for no reason?Written by
Excellent mafia film with just the right amount of violence
While living in Pittsburgh when 10th and Wolf was being filmed, I eagerly awaited its release, but never heard anything about it. After recently renting it, I loved the film. I feel that it's equivocal to a modern day Goodfellas; so why haven't I heard anything about this movie? Why haven't more people seen it, I wonder? The acting is top-notch, with great cinematography as well. I think this has been James Marsden's best work to date, and his character is very well developed throughout the plot. It just seems like a shame that there are 40 copies of Failure to Launch, but only two copies of Tenth and Wolf at my local Blockbuster.
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