Having just been released from prison for taking the fall for a crime his bosses orchestrated, an aging mafia goon finds himself the target for murder by his best friend.
Conjuring up an image of the 1970's, the style of film the movie seems to want to emulate, is a striking and suitable visualization of the film.
You don't often find the likes of Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin together onscreen as old chums in a crime setting. The trailer plays commonly enough, but there's the promise of a compelling exploration of aging in the world of crime.
Releasing in January means the studios doesn't have much confidence in the film, so I wouldn't expect much from it.
-Wesley Lovell (October 21, 2012) Original
-Wesley Lovell (January 27, 2013) Release Date Updated (changed from 1/11/13)