Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Diamond Jim, Sep 13, 2017.
I remember thinking to myself how old & frail he looked in Sopranos too.
Of all the big gangster movies that is probably the most accurate from the real events that occurred.
See that's the good J-Lo movie. Clooney's been in loads of good films. There's .... okay, but at least I got the Dennis Farina reference.
PS I miss J-Lo's old nose.
You are correct per usual. I have liked several of GC movies.
A man has died .....
Yeah that scene is brutal. Totally forgot Billy Batts got his revenge in Casino.
RIP. Dude was a memorable guy in the stuff he was in. Specifically The Sopranos and Goodfellas for me.
Dead at the age of 78.
Also, there is already a thread for this I believe, ben.
It kaine, ben!
it was a hit, sure it looks like an accident when the boss says "dont make a mess eh" and he taps you on your face before he goes back into eating his cannoli
He went to that old shinebox in the sky.
I remember being around 12-13 and that scene at the end of casino was the most brutal thing I seen.
This guy was typecast all the time. Im sure he had range but everyone saw him for a particular character.
Don't get nervous
Sure Vincent played the same character in all of his movies but that character was damn good. My favorite line of his was when he and Pesci in Casino were talking outside and some old guy walks by and Pesci goes who's this guy, and Vincent goes, he ain't nobody. Very few actors can make their lines as memorable as he did.
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