Sopranos Many Saints of Newark

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  1. SlinktRR

    SlinktRR Well-Known Member

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    Anyone looking forward to this? I'm a big sopranos fan and this movie looks really good.



    Set in 1967 so the cars should make it even better. Have not ID'd any mopars yet but there should be a few.
     
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      Kid looks just like his old man. If it's half as good as Sopranos, it will be great.
       
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      I'm surprised to see that they set the movie in that era. In 1999, They estimated Tony's age at 43 meaning he was born around 1956. He'd be 11 in 1967. He looks to be 18 or so.
      I loved the Sopranos. It was a Sunday night habit for the entire run. I miss feeling the anticipation of a movie like I used to feel years ago. This could be one of them.
       
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      There was a 63 or 64 4 door polara? In that clip it was green.
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      Oh great, now every I-talian dude within 200 miles of here is going to be walking around here puffed up like a kid in the popcorn line during intermission at a Rocky movie, lol. Actually it looks pretty good.
       
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        I liked the Sopranos, watched every episode

        I'll probably see the movie too
        when it's on Cable TV

        I don't like the glorification of the mob/criminals thou
        albeit;
        I like the characters of the show

        I liked movies Casino & Goodfellas movies too
        (I can't stand Diniro now)
        so I'm a tad bit of a hypocrite :poke:
         
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        • Kern Dog

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          That is some funny stuff. I recall an Eddie Murphy sketch where he impersonated an Italian guy at the movie theater concession stand. That was a great bit.


          Warning! Some coarse language in the video.
           
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            I hope the movie ends better than the series did.
             
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              Mad TV Sopranos, some funny shit!!
               
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                The Bada Bing club, which was really called Satin Dolls on Rt. 17 in Lodi N.J. was a regular stop for years. They used to serve $1.00 lunch specials as long as you purchased an alcoholic beverage. After the show, all of the prices went up.

                http://www.satindollsnj.com/satindollshome.html
                 
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