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Paradise Alley [DVD]
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Sylvester Stallone followed up his massive success in 'Rocky' with this tale of life in New York's Hell's Kitchen set during the late 1940s. Stallone plays Cosmo, the smartest of the three Carboni brothers, and the one who comes up with the idea of trying to make a fortune in the seedy world of wrestling. Cosmo's brother Victor (Lee Canalito) agrees to enter the ring, while elder brother Lenny (Armand Assante) comes aboard as manager, and together the three of them begin to make some real money. But as Victor becomes more and more successful, the brothers come into conflict with underworld bum Stitch Mahon (Kevin Conway).
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Good performances all round and a theme tune sung by Stallone himself. Call me crazy but I think he signs it well.
You can see where it could have worked on paper, but for his first effort behind the camera Stallone couldn't even get the setpiece scenes right. What could have been an exciting rooftop race becomes a dreary slow-motion and freezeframe title sequence devoid of speed, danger or even the feeling that these guys are even on a roof while an arm-wrestling scene emphasises how long the whole thing drags on over physical strength or suspense.Read more ›
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Great film, shows Sylvester Stallone in his early acting career.Published 5 months ago by Jannette Howes
Brilliant film.Great service from the provider.Many thanks,AlanPublished 8 months ago by Alan Grainger
Fantastic film . Where it all started for Stallone . As good as I remember the first time viewed in the 70,sPublished 8 months ago by M Saunders