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I never liked John Gotti because I disagreed with what he did for a living. I grew up in Queens and didn't like people worshiping a criminal. Having said that, like all mafia movies, it's fascinating to know what went on behind the curtains. Thank you Victoria for making this movie. I only wish it was a little longer with more detail such as Sammy the bull, but I guess there are time limits on Lifetime movies.
For all the haters out there, I don't think condemning this movie based on her looks or hair color is a basis for judgement. Just look at the value of someone presenting their own perspective of what life was like growing up under the Teflon Don's rules. Also, mentioning how Victoria neglected to mention how people feared her father is absurd. Did you not see the scene with the road test? Or buying groceries? Or mentioning that Victoria made it seem like he was a loving man and always there for his family? That's exactly what she was showing.
He took her award and left her there, he was never home... what movie did you watch?
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