Atom User Reviews for The Many Saints Of Newark
Weak storyline, good casting and good performances by some.
Not what I expected but the cast was a great choice
If you want to snooze during half the movie go ahead .
Love this prequel to the sopranos and you can definitely see connections between movie and series
could have been alot better movie
If your a fan, you will love the call backs and wish it was longer that what I was
I went alone. I’m going to see it again and again!
A little funny but that set
Beautiful acting, moderate writing, with an intriguing story line. Solid film.
Woke up this morning got yourself a
Should have been a limited series. This way we could have gotten to know the characters more.
The ending was kinda not the way I pictured it
Definitely can add more movies to this story.
great acting by all
Horrible and disjointed
Liked it but not what we were expecting. Good acting slow storyline
Good film, but not enjoyable if you haven’t watch the soprano so before.
I only wish it was a lot longer
Horrible. Save your $
Great acting but weak storyline. There will probably be a part 2 since this movie had less to do with Tony Soprano.
I don't believe the movie was a great setup for those who have never seen or didn't regularly watch the Sopranos while it was on TV. Great great action scenes.
A little hard to follow… Seemed a bit disjointed
I loved it. I hope it’s a part 2.
With a forgettable, borderline generic, plot and direction lacking flair and artistry, it’s not a disaster, it’s just a disappointment.
Once you can get past this movie’s reliance on the audience bringing in a prior store of knowledge about, and queasy affection for, its troubled characters, The Many Saints of Newark is a worthy companion to the series and a fascinating watch in itself.
The late-’60s and early-’70s production and costume design, by Bob Shaw and Amy Westcott, respectively, are rooted firmly in an evocative sense of time and place, enhanced by a soundtrack of pinpoint needle drops. But The Many Saints of Newark is more of a diverting footnote than an invaluable extension of the show’s colossal legacy.