Kill the Irishman

Kill the Irishman

Over the summer of 1976, thirty-six bombs detonate in the heart of Cleveland while a turf war raged between Irish mobster Danny Greene and the Italian mafia. Based on a true story, kill the Irishman chronicles Greene's heroic rise from a tough Cleveland neighborhood to become an enforcer in the local mob.

The film is based on the life of Irish-American gangster Danny Greene (Ray Stevenson) who ignites a turf war in 1970s Cleveland that leads to the collapse of the Mafia in several major U.S. cities. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kill the Irishman torrent reviews

Richard R (mx) wrote: Good, but a bit bizarre. Well worth a watch

Gaspar O (gb) wrote: Average made for TV disaster/end of the world film, and it was OK...not awesome, but I enjoyed it.

Laura G (ca) wrote: Silly and anticlimactic. Dissatisfying end.

Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 92%Watched this on 2/12/15With extremely well shot devastating battle scenes that are even better than that of Saving Private Ryan and with battle scenes so clear (even in night) that it shames many of the poorly shot unnecessarily shaky films of Hollywood, Brotherhood of War presents an unforgettable war experience. It's antiwar themes are noticeable and it has an emotional story with some magnificent acting from the lead actors.

Alan L (es) wrote: I saw this on HBO when it 1st came on the TV back in the 90's.Was happy to see that it is now on DVD and is now added to my collection.

Logan H (mx) wrote: 2.0Awful(WORST MOVIE EVER!!!)

Mike K (ru) wrote: This time it's Greece! D

Sean C (br) wrote: Bert I. Gordon almost made a decent movie. almost...

Mike M (ru) wrote: Though the restoration is first rate - these are as sharp as I can remember seeing these particular images - the film itself might now seem a little antiquated to newcomers, all too evidently based on a stage play (by Ren (C) Fauchois) designed to (C)pater le bourgeois without unduly alienating that audience that went to the theatre or picture palace of the time. (The humanist Renoir - steering his camera towards genteel recreation in parks - likes his characters too much to go too savagely for their throats; the cinema would have to wait a few decades for Buuel's late 1960s output to truly tear into the middle-classes.) "Boudu"'s reputation thus more or less rests entirely on Simon's towering performance as one of the movies' very greatest tramps: scratchy and bearded and crotchety, giving the impression of someone who's genuinely turned up on set half-cut, while never once suggesting a major star of stage and screen - as he was at this moment - slumming it. He's having a ball, treating his new home in much the same way Belmondo (surely the actor's rightful heir) did the South of France in "Pierrot le Fou" - as his own personal playground, which is perhaps why the film remains such good, solid, mildly naughty fun.

T r (ca) wrote: Nosferatu is a classic Horror-film, with iconic scenes and one of the best Horror-movie antagonists. Nosferatu is a great film with a good tragic ending, and deserves five stars.

Ian E (br) wrote: The Citizen Kane of the found-footage horror genre...... this... is... not.

Adam A (de) wrote: "American Pie" comes with a load of quoteable one-liners, some funny scenarios, a well-suited soundtrack, and a wonderfully funny performance by Eugene Levy turns this otherwise awkwardly put together teen flick to a sustainable classic.