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The Last Don II 

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As the elder don dies, his young heir moves into the position. He quickly proves to be as ruthless as he tries to discover who has launched a plot to overthrow his rule and may be ... See full summary »






Series cast summary:
Jason Isaacs ...  Father Luca Tonarini 2 episodes, 1998
Michelle Burke ...  Claudia De Lena 2 episodes, 1998
Conrad Dunn Conrad Dunn ...  Lia Vazzi 2 episodes, 1998
Evan Sabba ...  Pauly Borgetto 2 episodes, 1998
Robert Wuhl ...  Bobby Bantz 2 episodes, 1998
Joe Mantegna ...  Pippi De Lena 2 episodes, 1998
Danny Aiello ...  Don Domenico Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
Kim Coates ...  Mark Hurst 2 episodes, 1998
Andrew Jackson ...  Dirk Von Schelburg 2 episodes, 1998
David Gianopoulos ...  Petie Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
David Hemblen ...  Bishop Enzo 2 episodes, 1998
Danny Mastrogiorgio ...  Vinnie 2 episodes, 1998
Alison Pill ...  Bethany 2 episodes, 1998
Richard Scott Sarafian Richard Scott Sarafian 2 episodes, 1998
Eugene Clark ...  Agent McKiff 2 episodes, 1998
Shawn Doyle ...  Bruno 2 episodes, 1998
Erik Jensen ...  Frankie Lips 2 episodes, 1998
Gloria Slade ...  Della Fortunato 2 episodes, 1998
Joe Pingue ...  Lenny Fortunato 2 episodes, 1998
Rosemary De Angelis Rosemary De Angelis ...  Patsy Fortunato 2 episodes, 1998
Tony Meyler Tony Meyler ...  Construction Worker 2 episodes, 1998
Mo Kelso Mo Kelso ...  Athena 2 episodes, 1998
Gerry Mendicino Gerry Mendicino ...  Don Migliaccio 2 episodes, 1998
Alyson Court ...  Fumigator Actress 2 episodes, 1998
Eve Crawford Eve Crawford ...  English Nanny 2 episodes, 1998
A. Frank Ruffo ...  Don Rossario 2 episodes, 1998
Genevieve Langlois Genevieve Langlois ...  Tawny 2 episodes, 1998
Jason Gedrick ...  Cross De Lena 2 episodes, 1998
Patsy Kensit ...  Josie Cirolia 2 episodes, 1998
Kirstie Alley ...  Rose Marie Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
David Marciano ...  Giorgio Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
James Wilder ...  Billy D'Angelo 2 episodes, 1998
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As the elder don dies, his young heir moves into the position. He quickly proves to be as ruthless as he tries to discover who has launched a plot to overthrow his rule and may be infiltrating other families. In a left over plot line, his aunt discovers that the young don had her son murdered first setting her off in a plot to kill him. Then when she is stopped she is driven into the arms of a conflicted priest. Meanwhile, an undercover FBI agent moves into the family home as a teacher for the don's handicapped daughter. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Power. Passion. Betrayal. It's all in the family.


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A huge disappointment
28 August 2003 | by RuffRuffSee all my reviews

"The Last Don (Part I)" is not a spectacle but at least it's a very decent gangster film. Part II is a complete disaster, filled with a ridiculous plot, shallow (and highly unconvincing) characters, and poor acting from the likes of Miss Patsy Kensit.

The plot is nothing new: the head of the mafia family dies, the good nephew Cross, whose wife is murdered, comes back to the family and takes control of the family business. The film tries to make Cross a tragic hero being haunted by the past (his dreaming of his dead father), and portrays him as an angel being forced to become a mafia boss. We repeatedly see him showing "mercy" at those who betray him, yet as soon as he walks away, his henchmen always finish the job for him. Is the film trying to tell us that Cross is, after all, innocent of (some of) the crimes, that it's his henchmen, but not him, who are truly evil? Give us a break.

It is easy for Kristie Alley's character to gain our sympathy. After all, her husband and son are killed by her own family members. Her hatred towards her family (she spits and attacks the Don's dead body) is perfectly understandable, but one really wonders why she never leaves them. Instead, she cries every day, curses every one, and has no problem living on the expenses of her family which she detests, and retires to her little bedroom in the family house every night. She seeks consolation in the priest and falls in love with him, and when her family intervenes and uses the bishop to persuade the priest to give her up, she goes home and returns to her normal life of crying and cursing. Perhaps she is meant to be a doomed woman, unable to break away from the "evil clutches", but it is naive to assume that she's a totally innocent victim. There is no way that she can get away from the responsibility for causing her own sufferings.

The most incredibly pathetic character in the film must be the Austrian film star Dirk von Schelberg, obviously modelled on "Arnold". Dirk, with his very blond hair, fake German accent and unnecessary affection (to Claudia) in the public, is meant to be a contrast to his scheming, black-haired and cold-blooded Italian family-in-law. His character is completely hollow, and his presence (making a film called "The Fumigator" in which he kills giant insects) is a sad joke. It's even more pathetic to see Claudia genuinely mourns over his betrayal (his casual affairs), and her efforts to revive her studio from the Fumigator crisis.

Last but not least, is of course, Miss Patsy Kensit, who plays an undercover cop in Cross' family (as the teacher of Cross' "autistic" adopted daughter -- and no, the girl is not autistic, but mentally-challenged, and the film fails to tell the difference between the two) and suffers from a tremendous conflict when she genuinely falls in love with Cross. Her character lacks substance (it's embarrassing to see her trying to prove her loyalty to Cross) and Kensit's performance is poor beyond words, which is, as a matter of fact, up to her usual standard.

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3 May 1998 (USA) See more »

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Mario Puzo's The Last Don II See more »

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Oshawa, Ontario, Canada See more »

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