A Queens couple who specialize in robbing mafia social clubs stumble upon a score bigger than they could ever imagine, becoming targets of both the mob and the FBI in the process. From IMDB





“Irresistible, and based on a real-life story that’s still hard to believe, there’s a sense of reckless adventure, and a sweetness, that makes “Rob The Mob” a joy.

John Anderson, Newsday (Click to read full review)


“Featuring generous doses of raucous humor as well as a haunting atmosphere of dread, ‘Rob The Mob’ is a true-crime tale that boasts an uncommon emotional resonance.””

Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter (Click to read full review)


“Director Raymond De Felitta has a feel for this world and its atmosphere, from the clutter and casual ugliness of the streets, to the insularity of the mentality, to the unexpected sweetness and vulnerability of the people.”

Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle (Click to read full review)


“The always distinctive Raymond De Felitta offers a hilarious mob comedy with virtually no violence, thought its based ona  tablod ready true story that did not end at all happily.”

Lou Lumenick, New York Post (Click to read full review)


“Director Raymond De Felitta has a thing for warm-hearted but abrasive New York Stories…the whole of “Rob The Mob” fits De Felitta’s sensibility, which is big and warm and welcoming.”

Matt Prigge, Metro (Click to read full review)


“The set-piece robberies that comprise the spine of this comedic caper thriller just do not convince. Neither director Raymond De Felitta nor screenwriter Jonathan Fernandez find a way to make the series of stickups that Tommy and Rosie pull off even remotely convincing.”

Bill Wine, Yada Yada Movies (full review no longer available)

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