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| Worse than childhood home movie attempts at remaking 'goodfellas'
me and the other person who commented on this title (and anyone who has seen it) can actually talk with holocaust survivors and have something in common. I watched this movie with a buddy of mine and we couldn't even laugh at it. yes, I watched all the way through it because it was so bad I just wanted to prove I could survive the worst kind of torture. I think this could be one of those 'so bad it's good' movies but the terrible sounds and lighting and acting makes Ed Wood look like Orsen Welles. WORST THING I'VE EVER SEEN, PERIOD. do not watch this unless you are terribly depressed and want to kill yourself. There is nothing can even be close to cinematography in this movie because it is shot on a crappy camcorder, also the old man with the glasses clearly was just taken off the street and thrown into the movie because they needed an "old guy". This 'old guy' has the acting skill of a 3rd grader in a school play, and I'm not kidding at all, I just saw my little nieces play 2 weeks ago and she delivered her lines with more practice and believability than this freak. Not to mention the constant abuse of the one special effect the camera had (delay image slow motion). Which went to prove that the person who made this movie "jelese" is the biggest know nothing moron that ever picked up a video camera. when I was 13 years old me and my brothers used to try and remake 'goodfellas' with my grandfather's camcorder and it came out better than this garbage they call 'bottom'. It's ironic they call it bottom because this movie should be at the top of the list of "worst movies ever"...on IMDb's Bottom 100, it's amazing this isn't at the bottom. IT WOULD BE...but I bet only 1 in 100 people can bear to watch more than 10 minutes of this crap.