Alec Baldwin's performance as a sleek, ruthless small-time Mafioso drives this coming-of-age drama, in which first kisses are less important than first guns, first corpses and the first time you saw some guy get his ear cut off with a deli-meat slicer.
Michael Turner (Freddie Prinze Jr.), Carmine Mancuso (Scott Caan) and
Bobby Canzoneri (Jerry Ferrara, of TV's Entourage) have known each other since they were kids in Brooklyn. Now it's the mid-1980s, and their paths are starting to diverge. Slick, preening clotheshorse Carmine never wanted anything except to be a made man, and spent his teens trying to impress Ceasar Manganaro (Baldwin), a mid-le...