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To Kill an Irishman (2010)

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Tom Monagan is a hired assassin who finds himself in the middle of a mob war between the Italian mob and the Irish mob. He is hired by the Italian mob boss Mr. Paul Columbo to take out ... See full summary »


Ricardo E. Prado


Gregory Leiker, J.D. Marmion (story) | 2 more credits »




Credited cast:
J.D. Marmion J.D. Marmion ... Tom Monagan
Chip Mefford Chip Mefford ... Mickie Flanagan
Gregory Leiker Gregory Leiker ... Hardy Taylor
Rion Hunter ... Paul Columbo
Raliegh Wilson ... Johnny Santuro
Frank Powers ... Frankie Sulliven
Christopher Fodge Christopher Fodge ... Patty
Tim Maloney Tim Maloney ... The Chemist
Kevin Wester ... Harry Felcheck
Daniel Knight ... Detective (as Dan Strakal)
Brian Reece ... Detective
Roberto Locci Roberto Locci ... Richie Columbo
Cliff Garstka Sr. Cliff Garstka Sr. ... Imbibe Bartender
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christina Arnpriester ... Diamond
Jack Brunacini Jr. Jack Brunacini Jr. ... Imbibe Bouncer / Irish Thug / Italian Hitman


Tom Monagan is a hired assassin who finds himself in the middle of a mob war between the Italian mob and the Irish mob. He is hired by the Italian mob boss Mr. Paul Columbo to take out Mickey Flanagan, the head of the Irish mob in New York City. Tom has only 48 hours to bring back the head of Mickey Flanagan to Columbo or suffer the wrath of the Italian mob. Written by Anonymous

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As Many F-bombs as Car Bombs
14 March 2013 | by rick-gleitsmannSee all my reviews

We've all seen "Kill the Irishman" before: a neighborhood tough guy claws his way to the top only to find he's his own worse enemy. All the ingredients are there. Sergio Leone's epic masterpiece "Once Upon a Time in America" brilliantly covers the same story. Even Brian DePalma did a better job with ethnic stereotypes in "Scarface" than writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh does in this tired old warhorse. Then there's the acting. Other than "Waking the Dead," I'm not familiar with Ray Stevenson's work. Judging by his role in "Kill the Irishman," he's very good at playing ruthless, delusional killers who occasionally recalls his sensitive side. At times he electrifies the screen with his viciousness. Whether or not that qualifies as "acting" is debatable. Walken deadpans and mumbles his lines like he's sleepwalking. Vincent D'Onofrio reprises his role as Robert Goren in the final episodes of "Criminal Intent." Nothing dynamic there. Linda Cardellini and Laura Ramsey do the best they can with characters who are basically one- dimensional window dressing. Fionnula Flanagan is totally dispensable as the Irish, hard-drinking, working-class broad with a heart of gold and a brogue to beat McNamara's band- Mother McCree! And let's not forget the food-loving, Italian mobsters who order a hit as casually as a plate of osso bucco. I think a better name for this mess would have been "Kill 106 Minutes." Watch Cagney in 1931's "Public Enemy" instead.

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