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It's a such a shame people don't give this film a chance, of course maybe people who hate Michael l Madsen and Rebecca De Mornay have a different opinion, N -E - Way I though It was a cool film specially as I love anthing with Vegas in and specially as this was one of the few films films with Michael in that I had'nt seen, N - E - Way I wasn't dissapointed Rebecca was her usual sexy Mrs Las Vegas sexy self while Madsen was his usual cool badass swaggering self, if you're a girl you'd probably just see this to see Michael with his top off and looking like he's just left a Mr Beefcake competion, if you're a bloke like me then it's for Rebecca's sexy legs, sexy hair need I say more and to learn off one of the masters of coolness that is Michael Madsen
The corleones up to thier same old tricks this time Dons dead and michael is head of the clan better watch out New York
Marlon Brando as Don Corleone now that was a masterclass in acting while James Cann and Al Pacino put in great performances as Sonny and Michael Corleone his sons who could do no wrong
I usually don't buy low budget stuff but anything with Michael in is worth a look as he works really hard and does his best to hold up low budget stuff. also he had such a cool wardrobe in this film although he looks cool in all of his movies, I especially like this fantastic red silk shirt he had on in this film, I went out and got myself one afterwards.
Such a cool movie with such cool actors Vinnie Jones, Dennis Hopper and Michael Madsen all together! biker films don't come much cooler than this masterclass in film making directed by the legend of all biker movies the man that is the one and only emperor of biker films Larry Bishop