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A romantic mob movie with Sly in the lead. . . . no.
It's OK, nothing special.
Slow and boring. Not a good role for Stallone
Never heard much about this film so I thought it would be another solid Stallone action film but it turned out to be an action/comedy/romance film there's little action, The comedy wasn't great 9 times out of 10, And there was too much romance especially the last 20 minutes, Stallone tries to save the film but he fails, It's not great or memorable.
Stallones biggest flop
It is by far from being an excellent comedy but it does work in a number of scenes. It is more of a revenge parody than it is an actual comedy.
For my full review of Avenging Angelo (2002), check it out on this IMDB link: http://imdb.com/title/tt0275947/reviews-59
Frankie Delano (Sylvester Stallone) is a tough bodyguard who vows to protect the beautiful Jennifer Barrett (Madeline Stowe) after her father, mafia kingpin Angelo (Anthony Quinn) is gunned down. Now, with nowhere to turn they must run for their lives, pursued by a murderous hitman determined to strike his target at all costs.
also stars Anthony Quinn, Raoul Bova, Harry Van Gorkum, Billy Gardell, George Touliatos, Angelo Celeste, Ezra Perlman, Carin Moffat, John Gilbert and Dawn Greenhalgh.
directed by Martyn Burke.
sappy, crappy, cheesy..loved-ed it
Avenging Angelo Mafia-comedy film directed by Martyn Burke. Starring Sylvester Stallone and Madeleine Stowe also stars late Anthony Quinn in his last film that he appeared.
Frankie (Sylvester Stallone) is longtime protector of aging-mafia-boss Angelo (Anthony Quinn), he's been protecting him and his daughter for years. After Angelo is killed by his enemies, Frankie must approach Angelo's married daughter Jennifer (Madeleine Stowe) who has been brought-up by foster parents.
The most prominent flaw of the movie, is its loose script and storyline, otherwise movie has excellent lighting, and some hilarious-scenes. Sly is one of few actors whom I respect from the bottom of my heart, it's beyond explaining that here in this movie he so lavishly puts his character, he is good to look at. A fair movie!
A very good Comedy/Action & Adventure.