Mob Justice (1991)





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The fact-based TV movie Dead and Alive bears a remarkable resemblance to the plot and structure of the 1931 Fritz Lang classic M. A cocaine-addicted cop killer (Tony Danza) is on the loose, managing to elude the authorities at every juncture. The killer has known mob connections, so the police put the pressure on the city's head criminals. Buckling under, the Mob puts out a contract on Danza--while the head investigator trails the hit men in order to bring the killer in alive. Ironically, the main good guy in Dead and Alive is played by Ted Levine, previously cast as the serial killer in Silence of the Lambs (1991).
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Katie Face Productions


Tony Danza
as Gus Farace
Ted Levine
as Charles Rose
Nicholas Turturro
as Danny D'Arcangelo
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Has anyone else seen this one? Here you have Ted Levine (Capt Stottlemeyer from Monk), Samuel L. Jackson, and...Tony Danza, in perhaps his only decent acting role. I remember this TV-movie fondly from when I was a kid, thinking that Danza might actually go on to do some good shows following Who's The Boss. Sadly I was wrong. Mob Justice, however, is worth a watch.

Aaron Burman
Aaron Burman

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