Tag Archives: Gangster Movies

Live by Night Review

AMBITIOUS AND INTRIGUING, BUT NOT WELL-ROUNDED   American author Dennis Lehane has worn many hats over the years, partaking in various media outlets in his creative works. Debuting his first novel (A Drink Before the War) in 1994, Lehane then continued to write, producing several successful novels, with some a part of a series and some standalone stories. While critics

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Legend Review

A GANGSTER “DOUBLE TROUBLE”   Gangster (or Mob) films have become commonplace in Hollywood as well as in the history of movie making. Whether the usage of familiar staples of gangsters, kingpins, mobsters, henchmen, money, police, and crime waves, the allure and overall fascination has been depicted in many variations, some stereotypical in nature, while others try to reinvent themselves

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