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I thought this was a fun movie to watch , Ray Stevenson was fine
Nothing truly special here except some good mobster scenes.
Kill the irishman was a great movie. They hardly ever make these types of movies anymore . The acting was above average so many stars with minor roles made this movie good. The way it was filmed was amazing the really captured Cleveland in the 60's and 70's. The storyline was superb . while not horror movie gory the movie is very violent I mean people are being blown up with car bombs threw out the movie. So If you enjoy gangster flicks as much as I do then you will enjoy Kill the Irishman
It has some holes in the story, but overall it was well done and worth a watch
Ray Stevenson gives a stand out performance in this well made story of Cleveland's gangland wars in the mid-1970's. It's an important story that is well told. It is a small budget movie and doesn't try to be more than it is. I found it surprisingly moving--but then, I live in Cleveland and had read the book
Crime drama that is entertaining but suffers from pacing issues.
eh wasn't great..acting average and storyline could've been better constructed
overlooked movie. Loved it. Recommended! If the had just renamed it punisher it would have been better than Punisher: War Zone
The best true crime drama out there. There’s others regarding Irish (the Departed, Black Mass), but what makes this real story awesome, is Danny Greene was just a regular guy, not really a gangster, who went after the Mafia in Cleveland and, for the most part, beat them!
A synthesis of stuff we've seen in every gangster movie since the '70s
- Tribune News Service