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Newly released from prison, Bobby scoffs at the chance to earn an honest living in his father's construction business and gets caught back up in a life of inescapable crime. When forced to make a life altering decision the truth is revealed that he was too blind to see.
Packing the screen with wiseguy-story regulars - like Vincent Pastore and a limp Tony Darrow, perhaps distracted by his recent legal difficulties - is fruitless when your movie is as pathetically inept as this one.
May 02, 2013
As far as derivative crime sagas go, Paul Borghese's film might represent the new gold standard of shameless barrel-scraping.
Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn's vision of the Mafia comes filtered through a needlessly complex screenplay, as if the creators felt the need to prove they've seen a few Arnaud Desplechin films alongside Goodfellas.