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Bastos Temitayo Stephen over 6 years ago
Funny, very much so but it hits you with its more sinister undertones every now and then.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Willem van Bladel over 3 years ago
Kieran Lyne 4 years ago
Chris Thomas 4 years ago
ChriZ over 4 years ago
Drew K over 4 years ago
Andrey Cherkashin almost 5 years ago
Rory Banks 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 5 years ago
rim moussa over 5 years ago
Dan over 5 years ago
Lino Monteiro over 5 years ago
Rachel Wortman over 5 years ago
Timothy Bishop almost 6 years ago
Analyze This is a 1999 gangster comedy film directed by Harold Ramis, who co-wrote the screenplay with playwright Kenneth Lonergan and Peter Tolan. The film stars Robert De Niro as a mafioso and Billy Crystal as a psychiatrist. A sequel, Analyze That, was released in 2002. In a voiceover, mob boss Paul Vitti (Robert De Niro) narrates a brief history of the Mafia during 1957: in the wake of Albert Anastasia's death, the dispute over whether Vito Genovese, Carlo Gambino or Joe Bananas will ascend to mob supremacy results in the Apalachin Meeting in upstate New York. The meeting breaks up when it is raided by the FBI, and the Mafia doesn't call a nationwide summit again until the present day. Vitti and his best friend Dominic (Joseph Rigano) are discussing the upcoming meeting at a restaurant. Dominic warns that the mafia is in deep trouble, due to the FBI's unprecedented success in turning "made" mobsters into informants and putting bosses in prison, not to mention competition from...
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