The Dukes (2007)
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Critic Reviews for The Dukes
Davi, who has the kind of handsomely weathered face that has spent a lot of time gazing into the sun, clearly poured his heart into this movie, and it shows.
The sweetness grows cloying by the end, but perhaps that's fitting for a film that's so clearly a labor of love.
The Dukes may be hard to find on the big screen, but it's worth keeping an eye out for once it reaches DVD.
Here's the little movie that could, a potent directing debut for actor Robert Davi.
The old-fashioned story is aided by surprisingly smooth direction, as well as likable performances from Davi himself, Chazz Palmintieri, and a perfectly cast Peter Bogdanovich.
Audience Reviews for The Dukes
Great film. Congrads on Robert Davi on making a really good film. The film is better than half of the films that are playing right now. Davi did a great job both directing wise and acting wise. He has a great on screen chemistry with Chazz Palminteri, who is also hilarious in the film. The film kind of reminded me of the movie, The Crew, with Richard Dreyfuss and Burt Reynolds. The Crew was a better film than this. However, I still liked The Dukes and recommend it.
As soon as it started, I immediately didn't like it. I think I got to about 37 minutes before I turned it off.
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