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1,000 Times More Brutal (2012)

Brutal (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Crime | 20 August 2012 (USA)
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Four friends pay the ultimate price,when they seek revenge against a low-level Gangster.








Credited cast:
... Antonio Scarafini
... John
... Mikey T
... Frank Bonadello
Mark Love ... Jimmy Vitalo
... The Head
... Kastriot Morina
... Carlo Morello
Natalie Allen ... Natalie
... Dahlia
Bianca Hunter ... Patty
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony Aveni ... Morello's Bodyguard
Rosario Aveni ... Bocci ball player
Joe Barretta ... Hoodlum #1
Iggy Berlin ... Tranny in Diner


Four friends pay the ultimate price,when they seek revenge against a low-level Gangster.

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Action | Crime


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Release Date:

20 August 2012 (USA)  »

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1,000 Times More Brutal  »

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According to cinematographer Tom Agnello,actors David Dastmalchian and Jeremy Luke had to be restrained from attacking writer/director Kamal Ahmed when he refused to buy them a "Happy Meal" in a local McDonald's. This incident was called "The McDonald's incident" by the crew. See more »


Theme To Brutal
Written by Kamal Ahmed
Performed by Kamal Ahmed (bass), Steve Giudici (drums), Timo Elliston (keyboards)
Bangladad Publishing
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Awesome mob movie!
1 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

I am a huge Mob movie buff and I gotta say this movie is one of the best mob flicks I have seen it years.

It revolves around a group of friends that get beat up by a low level bookie. They decided to rob the bookie (Played by Peter Greene from Pulp Fiction and The Black Donnellys) and wind up with much more money than they ever thought from the heist.

Peter Greene comes back for his revenge alright, in the most Brutal way imaginable. The film carries a much more believable theme than the typical glitz and glamor you see in every day mob movie. It's much more realistic and a great portrayal of a few kids making one big mistake. All the way to even the main character Antonio's chubby in the kitchen about to cook a rabbit mom!

While watching the film, the group of friends reminded me of a more serious set of friends than the fellas from Entourage, but the camaraderie had a similar theme. The acting of the lead guy Antonio was a real good surprise.

The film has some cool people too. I mentioned Peter Greene who absolutely rules, and after this I have been on a Peter Greene movie kick. But it also stars Kevin Corrigan who I think is hilarious. He is the guy from Superbad who flips out about the period stain. You got Furio and Carlo from The Sopranos - both great characters from the show and both great in this movie.

Plus a few new guys that ruled like Angelo Bonsignore Jeremy Luke (Who I just saw in that Jersey Shore Shark Attack and has these videos on You Tube with a buddy called Turbo and Joey).

All in all this is a superb movie - It's gonna be one of those flicks that in a few years your friends are gonna say, "I saw that in the theater!"

Artie Lange was bragging about it on his new radio show and the guy is right, it rules.

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