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City Island
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Directed By
Raymond De Felitta

Written By:
Raymond De Felitta

Cast:
George Aloi, Alan Arkin, Vernon Campbell, Joseph Cintron, Yevgeniy Dekhtyar, Paul Diomede, John Farrer, Andy Garcia, Steven J. Klaszky, Julianna Margulies, Cerrone may, Chris Miskiewicz, Emily Mortimer, Brad Naprixas, Rocco Parente, Steven Strait, Nicole Wilson, Tim Schuebel, Jee Young Han, Sharon Angela, Ezra Miller, Kelvin Hale, Curtiss Cook, Marshall Efron, Dominik García-Lorido, Hope Glendon-Ross, Kelvin Hale, Jennifer Larkin, Adam Larrabee, Benjamin Mathes, Carrie Baker Reynolds, Lora Chio


 
City Island (2010)
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Movie Review by RONNIE
February 26th, 2010

Good comedy, good story.

"City Island" I loved the story, the acting, and the many twists the story had as it unraveled. Vince Rizzo (Andy Garcia) played the roll well as a Corrections Officer. His deep ambition is to be an actor. Encouraged by persons in his acting class, he attends a casting call for a local movie and gets the acting job on the first time out. As a Corrections Officer, he meets his long lost son Tony (Steven Strait) in prison and decides to take advantage of a program that will allow Tony to live with his family. From then on, the story has many twists and turns involving his daughter, son, and his wife. This movie is a must see. Good comedy, good story.

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