The film will reveal the relationship of a father who lived and died by the mob code and a son who, while brought up to lead a life of crime, chose to leave that world behind and redeem himself and the Gotti name. Never before has there been such an inside look at the Gotti family and their world of danger, betrayal and redemption. John Gotti was head of the Gambino crime family, which in its time was the largest and most powerful crime organization in the country. Known as the "Dapper Don," John Gotti's flamboyant style and outspoken personality made him one of the most famous mobsters of the 20th century and he ruled the underworld until he died from cancer in 2002 while serving a life sentence. In 1988, at the age of 24, Gotti Jr. became a "made man," and was officially inducted into the Mafia, making him the heir-apparent to head the Gambino crime family and follow in his father's footsteps. But in 1999, Gotti Jr. paid a now-famous last visit to his imprisoned and dying father to ...Written by
At the 11:31 mark, the Caprice Classic has a third-brake light mounted in the rear window of the car. The third-brake light was not in use in 1975 when the scene is supposed to have taken place. See more »
Hey, see that movie about the spaghetti and meatballs you like so much.
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As an Italian ( an Italian of Italy, not an Italian American), I feel offended, disgusted as well as ashamed by this movie and by those who directed and produced it. Not only is this movie poorly directed and boring but also the way it defends Gotti is simply shameful, almost stockholm syndrome-like. I feel "sorry" for Travolta for he is a good actor who need more chances, but this movie is terrible and it deserves the commercial and critical failure it had.
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