Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn Reviews
Bobby is released from prison for doing some time he earned and held his word to his crime family; so once out, he returns to his crime family roots. A lot has changed since he went in, and the new recruits aren't as conservative and the new bosses aren't as tough. Bobby struggles to adjust to his new lifestyle and tries to stay true to his brothers from before he went in...but he may discover they have changed as well...
"Please don't spank me..."
Paul Borghese, director of Four Deadly Reasons, Searching for Bobby D, From Geek to Guido, Sex on the Saddle, and the upcoming Dinner with the Foodfellas, delivers Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and contains some entertaining characters. The script and acting are average and the cast includes William DeMeo, Armand Asssante, Cathy Moriarty, Ice-T, and Wass Stevens.
"What are you, a walking tornado?"
I recently came across this on Netflix and randomly added it to my queue. This was better than I anticipated. Some of the scenes could have been better, and some of the characters could have been more dynamic, but I enjoyed the main character and thought William DeMeo did a solid job. Overall, this is worth seeing once but I wouldn't add it to my DVD collection.
"It was a distraction...a good one though..."
Ice T gangster as usual
Personally i found this movie too long for a mafia movie it was not like the God Father movies it more like a B grade version.
Would i recommend this no i wouldn't.
Not for the kiddies.
No point to it all the moral of the story is about family and you can get that moral watching something else rather than this.
The most notable actor are Ice T and Ja Rule for the young generation but their roles are small and really no point to them even being in the movie.
Give this one a miss I am just giving it half a star so that it can report on my wall otherwise this is a not interested movie.
As a result I give the movie 3.5/5.0 stars