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    The movieĀ focuses 4 street-wise males, who try to achieve what they want at any cost.Ā They trust no one but each other which is vital to their success as mobsters. But theirĀ crime empire comes with serious problems.Ā 
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  • Actors of "Mobsters"

  • Characters of "Mobsters"

    Charlie 'Lucky' Luciano. Character of Mobsters
    Frank Costello. Character of Mobsters
    Bugsy Siegel. Character of Mobsters
    Played by: Richard Grieco
    Meyer Lansky. Character of Mobsters
    Salvatore Maranzano. Character of Mobsters
    Played by: Michael Gambon
    Giuseppe. Character of Mobsters
    Played by: Anthony Quinn
    Tommy Reina. Character of Mobsters
    Played by: Chris Penn
    Arnold Rothstein. Character of Mobsters
    Mad Dog Coll. Character of Mobsters
    Mara Motes. Character of Mobsters
    Joe Profaci. Character of Mobsters
    Played by: Joe Viterelli
    Joseph Bonanno. Character of Mobsters
    Al Capone. Character of Mobsters
    Played by: Titus Welliver
  • Directors of "Mobsters"

    Michael Karbelnikoff. Director of Mobsters
    Michael Karbelnikoff
  • Creators of "Mobsters"

    Michael Mahern. Director of Mobsters
    Michael Mahern
  • Critic Reviews of "Mobsters"

    New Yorker
    May 20, 2014

    It's an excuse for the latest crop of media-spawned personalities -- the male equivalent of starlets -- to invade the heavy-duty genre of the gangster film. They don't come up to Cagney's spats.

    Los Angeles Times
    May 21, 2013

    Mobsters looks like it was made by people who have seen too many gangster films for people who haven't seen any. There isn't a breath of life in the filmmaking.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    May 21, 2013

    Slater and Dempsey bring to the film whatever shallow depth Mobsters occasionally exhibits.

    Orlando Sentinel
    May 21, 2013

    A potboiler in the quick-and-dirty tradition of the B movies of the '30s, it may not win any Oscars or garner rave reviews, but it's consistently entertaining, nevertheless.

    Seattle Times
    May 21, 2013

    A hollow concept gussied up with a few big names, a pretty set and some fancy clothes.

    Chicago Tribune
    May 21, 2013

    Despite competent production, despite-or perhaps because of-a high and inventively mutilated body count, the film is ultimately boring.

    People Magazine
    July 25, 2014

    To say that production designer Richard Sylbert, costume designer Ellen Mirojnick and cinematographer Lajos Koltai give the settings a handsome, authentic look is like saying that the Titanic had nice chandeliers.

    Radio Times
    July 25, 2014

    It is extraordinary that, with gangster-era America providing such a natural source of drama, director Michael Karbelnikoff should turn gritty reality into such an empty tale.

    Empire Magazine
    July 25, 2014

    Although things like character development are sometimes lost in the crossfire, the lead actors have enough charm to sustain the film.

    Baltimore Sun
    May 21, 2013

    Mobsters is a bloody little fairy tale that makes good guys out of Lucky Luciano, Frank Costello, Bugsy Siegel and Meyer Lansky. According to the film, a largely plodding affair, they were just four kids who liked to kill people once in a while.

    Philadelphia Daily News
    May 21, 2013

    The virtue of GoodFellas was that it took the glamor out of mob sagas, and it's going to take a picture a lot better than Mobsters to put it back in.

    South Florida Sun-Sentinel
    May 21, 2013

    In an attempt to find the origins of infamous gangsters Charlie "Lucky" Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Frank Costello and Benny "Bugsy" Siegel, Karbelnikoff has rendered lame caricatures instead of meaty characters.

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