Roger Ebert once said that "every great film should seem new every time you see it." If that's the case, then Charlie Mantle fits the bill. This addictive police drama and character study gets better with each viewing. Robert Funaro shines as the sharp-eyed but fatally-flawed detective. The former Sopranos cast member looks like he learned a thing or two from the late James Gandolfini when it comes to commanding the screen. The great Armand Assante turns in a galvanizing supporting performance, and it's nice to see Sean Young (a hot Jennifer Lawrence before Jennifer Lawrence) back on the big screen. Top-notch screenplay and well-edited.