Michael Pitt & Nina Arianda Try to 'Rob the Mob' in Wild True Story

December 16, 2013
Source: Apple

Rob the Mob

When a couple in love from Queens was down on their luck, they decided to pick themselves up by pointing a gun at the mafia. Michael Pitt ("Boardwalk Empire") and Nina Arianda (Win Win, Tower Heist) play a couple who hold up some mafia social clubs until they get in way over their head by picking up a mob family tree list that catches the interest of the FBI. Some familiar mobster faces like Andy Garcia and Michael Rispoli pop up, and Ray Romano is also here, maybe trying to shake his TV sitcom image for better or worse. It's at least an original story, and the trailer makes it look promising, but we're not sure if it'll work.

Here's the trailer for Raymond De Felitta's Rob the Mob, originally from Apple:

Rob the Mob is directed by Raymond De Felitta (City Island) and written by unknown writer Jonathan Fernandez ("Star Trek: Enterprise"). A crazy-in-love Queens couple (Michael Pitt and Nina Arianda) rob a series of mafia social clubs and got away with it for awhile, but then they stumble upon a score bigger than they ever planned and become targets of both the mob and the FBI. Andy Garcia, Michael Rispoli (The Rum Diary), Samira Wiley ("Orange is the New Black") and Ray Romano ("Everybody Loves Raymond") also star in the film which Millennium Entertainment sends to theaters next spring on March 21st, 2014. Good?

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  • Nielsen700
    Doesn't look like anything special, and what a dumb title.
    • Guest
      You're a fucking idiot! This looks phenomenal!!
  • Quite funny, Mafia's suck. Literally.




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