On the streets of 1970s Brooklyn, it's all about walking tall and making your own luck.  Marco Bolzani refuses to work a dead-end job, wasting his life away for a few measly bucks.  So he goes into 'business' with his closest friends.  Compared to the guys around them, bank robbers and murderers, they're just a group of small-time hoods that aren't making any real noise.

That is, until Macro's Uncle Tony gets involved.

Year of Publication
Review LAST OF THE GOOD GUYS - John Carbone
Karen Chisholm
Sunday, November 18, 2007

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