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The Irishman


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Ray Stevenson, Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer
Director(s)
Jonathan Hensleigh
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Film synopsis Despite the title, the film doesn't actually take place in the land of 40 shades of green, but in Cleveland, Ohio where mobster Danny Greene ruled the underworld in the 1970s. Stevenson will play Greene, Walken an infamous loan shark and nightclub owner called Shondor Birns and Kilmer a city cop who befriends Greene (who, funnily enough, was obsessed with the colour green). Cue attempted car bombs, successful car bombs and conflict with the Mafia.

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Kill the Irishman (2011)
Well this was a surprise and a find that has gone unnoticed somehow, based on a true story and with a good cast this is an excellent mafia film that deserves to be up there with the greats. I was really impressed with Stevenson's performance here as reenenly does he look like the real Greene but he seems to have nailed his persona pretty well too from what I have read up about Greene. The whole film also looks really good too really capturing the 70's nicely, especially the gritty dirty blue  More

Posted by Phubbs at 04:30, 03 August 2012 | Report This Post

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