Okay, so if you don’t know me…I’m all about helping people save money through discounts, coupons and even finding freebies. I also like to help businesses owners, executives and restaurant managers save money through discounted advertising packages my company has to offer. In addition to liking the New York Yankees and some Florida State football, I also enjoy watching crime-based movies based from the New York City area, where I’m originally from. While I never met him, I always liked John Gotti. We were both born in the Bronx. Enough said! 🙂 If you like crime-based movies and John Gotti, then you’ll like this freebie.
Okay, warning…sometimes I stretch the “freebies” term just a bit but within reason and to benefit you. Trust me, it will save you money. 🙂 I was viewing some videos on youtube when I came across the full movie “Gotti!” I watched the whole thing and admit I watched it again one night later in the week. Then I thought I have to share this with you because not only is it a great movie (in my opinion), it also is a freebie. My recommendation to you is instead of renting a movie the next time you want some entertainment, set aside two hours so you can watch this one evening or weekend and enjoy the entertainment of watching this great movie from your home; or even on your cell phone or tech device of choice. This will save you a few dollars instead of going out to the movies and paying for entrance, food and drinks! 🙂
Go to the bottom of this page and hit the play button if you want to skip right over to the movie.
SUGGESTION – WHEN YOU WATCH THIS MOVIE: For the first five minutes and change, the screen will be faded to black with intent. If it’s hard to watch, just listen. It will set-up the introduction along with the start of the movie for you. Also, there definitely is some suitable language involved. It’s not anything I’m concerned with on my end other than being respectful to any of you who may have a distain for bad language. Consider that before watching Gotti.
Armand Assante is a great actor and has a great performance in this movie. Again, going with the premise I like John Gotti, I also loved the HBO series The Soprano’s when they were on TV from which first aired in 1999. Primarily because it was a great series and something I could watch on a Sunday night before another start to another work week. The other reason why I liked The Soprano’s is because it was based in Northern New Jersey. While residing in New York, I used to spend some “play time” over there then later on relocating to Northern New Jersey at the same time frame. So watching The Soprano’s was an obvious choice where I could view some great movie scenes along with great scenery from my local area. It was just very relatable. The topper would be to go into the work office on a Monday morning and lots of us would congragate around our respective offices and rehash the locations we saw in the background. The Bada-Bing was about 2 miles away from my home.
There are four actors from The Soprano’s in this movie so if you like The Soprano’s and you enjoy crime-based movies, you’ll enjoy this movie.
- Frank Vincent who performs as “Di B” in Gotti, played the role of Phil Leotardo in The Soprano’s
- Dominic Chianese who performs as “Joe Armone” in Gotti, played the role of Uncle Junior in The Soprano’s
- Vincent Pastore who performs as “Angelo Ruggiero” in Gotti, played the role of Uncle P The Soprano’s
- Tony Sirico who performs as “Joe Dimiglia” in Gotti, played the role of Paulie in The Soprano’s
Enjoy the movie and think of me when it comes to helping you save money…along with introducing you to watching Gotti! 🙂