September 16th, 2013, by Rob

The Family

The Manzoni family, a notorious mafia clan, is relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program, where fitting in soon becomes challenging as their old habits die hard.

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An American ex-Mafia boss and his family are transplanted to France through the witness-protection program, but draw the attention of underworld figures who are determined to see them dead in this darkly humorous action comedy starring Robert De Niro, and directed by Luc Besson. Brooklyn kingpin Giovanni Manzoni (De Niro) had it all until the day he became a snitch. Now no matter how many times Agent Stansfield (Tommy Lee Jones) relocates Giovanni and his family, danger is never far behind. When they blow their cover once again, Giovanni, his wife Maggie (Michelle Pfeiffer), and their two kids Warren (John D’Leo) and Belle (Dianna Agron) are shipped off to a sleepy village in France. It seems like the perfect place to escape the long arm of the lawless until the criminally-inclined family resorts to their treacherous old ways, once again becoming a blip on the syndicate radar. Now the thugs are moving in, and they mean business. As the Manzonis use their unique set of skills to survive the relentless storm of bullets, bombs, and rockets, the citizens of this peaceful French village suddenly find themselves in the middle of an all-out Mafia war zone.




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Robert De Niro as Fred Blake/Giovanni Manzoni, the father.
Michelle Pfeiffer as Maggie Blake, the mother.
Dianna Agron as Belle Blake, the daughter.
John D’Leo as Warren Blake, the son.
Tommy Lee Jones as Robert Stansfield, the FBI agent.
Jimmy Palumbo as Di Cicco
Domenick Lombardozzi as Caputo.
Stan Carp as Don Luchese
Vincent Pastore as Fat Willy
Jon Freda as Rocco
Michael J. Panichelli Jr. as Billy the Bug
Paul Borghese as Albert
Anthony Desio as Bernie
Ted Arcidi as Tommy
David Belle as Mezzo





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