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November 25, 2014
 

Trailer to Indie Flick ‘Brotherhood’

SYNOPSIS: A Traumatic Childhood event leads two Italian Brothers to find Refuge in the Martial Arts . Leaving a Hurtful past in Italy behind , they Envision a Future in America with New purpose and Opportunity . The Brothers Purchase a Building in a Suburb of Detroit with the Raw Ambition to open a Martial Arts School , to Help Save one Life at a Time. Mean wile , a bullied young teenager seeking attention and help , struggles to fit in and his parents are to busy with everyday life to listen to his call . Until the Unexpected happens! A Beautiful Portrayal of the Commitment, Determination, and Emotional Struggles of Living one’s Passion, while Facing the Reality that Bully’s and Gangs Rule the Streets of the City. BROTHERHOOD is a Rare Journey that will take you Inside the Lives and Minds of two Brothers with a Dream ; a dream that Ultimately will Transform a Community .

CAST: ALFREDO TORELLA – EMANUELE CICCARELLI – GIANLUCA TORELLA – JOHN D GREEN – JOE DEFILIPPI – BOB VANLUE – THOMAS PASCARIS



About the Author

Eoin Friel
Eoin Friel
I grew up watching JCVD, Sly and Arnold destroy bad guys, blow things up and spew one-liners like it's a fashion statement. Action is everything I go to the movies for and the reason I came up with this site is to share my love for the genre with everyone.



 
 

 

The Accountant Sequel is in The Crosshairs

According to Deadline “Warner Bros is mobilizing a sequel to the 2016 hit The Accountant. Screenwriter Bill Dubuque, director Gavin O’Connor and Ben Affleck are in talks to return, along with the producers Lynette Howel...
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Trailer for Jackie Chan’s The Foreigner

This is the type of movie I’ve been wanting to see Jackie Chan doing; after a few years of frankly crappy movies could The Foreigner be awesome? Based on Stephen Leather’s 1992 novel ‘The Chinaman’, this taut thrill...
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Death Wish 2: Do You Believe in Jesus?

Death Wish 2 is easily the most brutal in the series and that rape scene was always horrific to watch; I’ll be honest and say I usually fast forward that part. This scene however, has some dark humour as Paul Kersey (Char...
by Eoin Friel
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