A story about the famed meeting of the heads of the Mafia in 1957 in upstate Apalachin, NY.


Danny A. Abeckaser
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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Arquette ... Sgt. Ed Croswell
Danny A. Abeckaser ... Joe Barbara
P.J. Byrne ... Vincent Vasisko
Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Josephine Barbara
Jennifer Esposito ... Natalie Passatino
Gino Cafarelli ... Carmine Galante
Sasha Feldman ... Dominick
Anthony DeSando ... Mike Miranda
Robert Davi ... Vito Genovese
Nick Cordero ... Vincent Gigante
James McCaffrey ... Chief Lane
Kyle Stefanski ... Joe Gallo
Aaron Ronnie Almani ... Mario
Garry Pastore ... Albert Anastasia
George V. Andreakos ... Frankie


A story about the famed meeting of the heads of the Mafia in 1957 in upstate Apalachin, NY.

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Apalachin, New York November 14, 1957. One cop faced off against the mob and changed law enforcement forever.


Crime | Drama

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Rated R for language throughout and some violence | See all certifications »

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An old uncle mob story brought to the screen.
29 December 2019 | by FeedingTubePaulSee all my reviews

Nice movie of a story your elder uncle may have told you, brought to the screen. Unnecessary love sub plot (not gonna tell you how it turns out cause honestly, I'm not sure myself.) Goofy side deputy, lacking the antics of Barney Fife and more of a aloof 5th grade science teacher. I'm giving it a five stars because I like uncle stories. I honestly think this movie was only made so someone with an antique car collection could have a movie they were in. I spent most of this movie thinking about how much David Arquette is aging/morphing into James Cromwell. ;)

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Release Date:

13 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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