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Plot: The story of a group of friends in turn of the century New York, from their early days as street hoods to their rise in the world of organized crime. As their crime empire expands, they have to deal with many problems, including their own differing opinions on how to run their business, the local Godfather, and the psychotic Mad Dog Coll. Runtime: 104 mins Release Date: 31 Dec 1990
Mobsters - My favorite Mobster movie of all time because it had all the cool sound bytes from WuTang albums (by will-715-559008)
I love this movie not only because Christian Slater, Patrick Dempsey, Richard Grieco were so young and cool in it but it told the story of Lucky Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Bugsy Siegel, and Frank Costello from kids to gangsters to historical icons. My favorite line from the movie is "the bigger we get the more we're taking from other people". This movie didn't have the big budget that other gangster movies did. I appreciate the era it was done in because it was during a time when I was still an adolescent. Since I'm 1st generation in America I could relate to the movie and <more>
trying to grow out of the inner city "ghetto". The RZA of the Wu Tang Clan used several of the quotes from this movie in the Wu Tang albums which made it more relevant for me. I hope you enjoy the movie as it remains one of my favorite movies of all time.
Good characters. Cool scenes. This movie fits in with the Godfather movies. Un-edited version is much better.
It's supposed to entertain not educate!!! (by glitterygirl-1)
I have loved this film since it came out and I can't believe some of the comments! Did you really expect another Goodfellas from the Brat Pack? Or did you just watch the film so you could confirm your suspicions and have a good moan? The film is very entertaining and well acted. Robert De Niro and Al Pacino may be good actors but the cast of this film is much easier on the eye ! and I don't think you can fault the acting in this film. Patrick Dempsey and Christian Slater are particularly good in their roles.Stop being so judgemental and accept the film for what it is - an <more>
entertaining action flick loosely based on real events. If you expect a history lesson from the cinema you are bound to be disappointed!
I really enjoyed watching this movie. Everyone says that the characters were too young, but that's how young Lucky and the guys really were. Christian Slater was actually a couple of years older than Lucky at the time the movie was set. The age of the characters adds to the amazing ability of the kids to "succeed" the way that they did. All in all, the movie was a lot of fun. Even if you don't care for the movie itself, you can definitely appreciate the determination of these four guys and the power and strength of their friendship. The movie is fast paced and fun to watch, <more>
so it does a great job of keeping you entertained. It doesn't hurt to have four hot guys with power and guns, either.
Four young men growing up in the 1920's:"Lucky" Luciano Christian Slater , Meyer Lansky Patrick Dempsey , "Bugsy" Siegel Richard Grieco and Frank Costello Costas Mandylor are mobsters. Starting from the bottom and despite their diverse ethic background. Their bond leads them to the top of the underworld.Directed by Michael Karbelnikoff The Last Ride made an sometimes entertaining, fast-paced film of the rise of organized crime in America. Since this film is inspired by a true story. Slater & Dempsey gives it their best and while Grieco & Mandylor have <more>
little to do in this film. The film's colorful supporting cast like Oscar-Winner:F. Murray Abraham, Lara Flynn Boyle, Christopher Penn, Micheal Gambon, Nicholas Sadler and Oscar-Winner:The late Anthony Quinn helps. This film has plenty of violent action and it has certain class. The highlight is the superb production designs by Richard Sylbert. Screenplay by Michael Mahern and Nicolas Kazan Bicentennial Man, Enough, Fallen . From a story by Mahern. *** ½/***** .