Raymond De Felitta

Raymond De Felitta

Raymond De Felitta Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS

Rob The Mob Trailer


Tommy and Rosie are a young couple living in New York who are madly in love with one another - mad enough that they begin to pull off the most dangerous heists possible in order to make enough money to start a life together after their stints in prison. While Rosie attempts to make an honest living as a debt collector, Tommy is hell-bent on revenge after watching his father get beaten to a pulp by the Mafia when he was just a child. He follows a court trial of mobster Sammy 'The Bull' Gravano whose information in court about his recent exploits present Tommy with an idea to rob the gang's No-Guns social club with Rosie as the getaway driver. After getting away with it without a hit contract, they continue to rob the mob before discovering an important piece of inside information that could permanently bring down the world's most formidable criminals.

Continue: Rob The Mob Trailer

City Island Review


Good
This drama feels a little contrived due to the sheer number of issues faced by one family over a short period of time. But it's so refreshingly well-acted, with lively characters and some fairly outrageous situations, that it keeps us fully engaged.

Vince and Joyce (Garcia and Margulies) have a tempestuous but loving marriage, even though Vince has a couple of very big secrets. But then so do their son and daughter (Miller and Garcia-Lorido). First up is the fact that Vince has an adult son from an earlier relationship, Tony (Strait), whom he invites to live with the family without telling anyone who Tony really is. Including Tony.

Vince is also secretly taking acting lessons, and a fellow student (Mortimer) encourages him to go for a big audition. Which might be one secret too many.

Continue reading: City Island Review

City Island Trailer


Occasionally even close families keep secrets from one and other, the small white lies that most see as a necessary evil to keep a close bond and family dysfunctions at bay, but when these secrets inevitably come out, they cause more problems than they should.

Continue: City Island Trailer

attends the LA movie premiere of 'City Island', held at the Landmark Theatre

Andy Garcia and Raymond De Felitta - Andy Garcia and Raymond De Felitta Los Angeles, California - attends the LA movie premiere of 'City Island', held at the Landmark Theatre Monday 15th March 2010

'City Island' after party held at the Conrad Hotel

Raymond De Felitta - Director Raymond De Felitta Miami, Florida - 'City Island' after party held at the Conrad Hotel Friday 12th March 2010

Raymond De Felitta

'City Island' after party held at the Conrad Hotel

Raymond De Felitta - Director Raymond De Felitta, Lucia Seabrai, Zach Matz and Producer Lauren Versel Miami, Florida - 'City Island' after party held at the Conrad Hotel Friday 12th March 2010

'City Island' after party held at the Conrad Hotel

Raymond De Felitta - Director Raymond De Felitta and Evelyn Lozada Miami, Florida - 'City Island' after party held at the Conrad Hotel Friday 12th March 2010

Premiere of 'City Island' at the DGA New York Theatre

Raymond De Felitta, Emily Mortimer, Julianna Margulies and Steven Strait - Raymond De Felitta, actress Emily Mortimer, actress Julianna Margulies, and actor Steven Strait, Andy Garcia New York City, USA - Premiere of 'City Island' at the DGA New York Theatre Wednesday 10th March 2010

Raymond De Felitta, Emily Mortimer, Julianna Margulies and Steven Strait

Two Family House Review


Weak
A sappy independent, Two Family House creates a romantic dramady out of the two unlikeliest characters -- a tubby married Italian guy who lives in Staten Island (Michael Rispoli) and a pregnant, Scottish import (Trainspotting's Kelly Macdonald) married to a bum.

Love at first sight? Not quite, but you can be sure writer/director Raymond De Felitta is going to get us there in short order.

Continue reading: Two Family House Review

Raymond De Felitta

Raymond De Felitta Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS