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Michael Corrente's Brooklyn Rules takes him to the mean streets of Gotti country, circa 1985, and it's another gem. Read full review
An entertaining film that's true to its world. Read full review
Baldwin dominates the screen with his slick, beefy swagger, and if Prinze is less than convincing as a kid from Brooklyn, Caan and Ferrara nail Carmine and Bobby with such assured economy that it hardly matters they're one-note roles. Read full review
It's not quite layered or weighty enough to fill the aching hole left in our psyches by the end of "The Sopranos," and most of the developments are as obvious as sauce on spaghetti. Still, Brooklyn Rules is a decent, if derivative, movie. Read full review
Baldwin is so good in the coming-of-age gangster drama Brooklyn Rules that it's like watching a voodoo priest. Read full review
The boys-in-the-Italian-hood clichés were penned by "Sopranos" scribe Terence Winter, so they have snap, if not freshness. Read full review
The writing in Brooklyn seems even more generic. An excessive use of voice-over narration is a sure sign of a failure of dramatization. Read full review
Not as bad as Bobby's mother's lasagna, neither is Brooklyn Rules anywhere near the best you've ever had, though at times, it may remind you of it. Read full review
The kind of movie that cries out for the fast-forward button. Read full review
Too many cliches and not enough energy have come along for the ride. Read full review
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