Jul 17, 2019
In 1999, there were three distinct takes on the modern
One, The Sopranos, was wildly successful both commercially and
creatively and remade both American's understanding of the Italian
Mafia, as well as the entire television industry.
A second, Analyze This, performed respectfully at the box
office and among critics, providing audiences with both unexpected
laughs and pathos.
A third, Mickey Blue Eyes, had Hugh Grant trying to talk like
an American gangster, which sounded like a man choking as he
attempted to gurgle marbles.
Join Phil and Kenny as they discuss the least successful, but
silliest (!), entry in the late 20th Century mafia