Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: John Fiore, Vincent Pastore
This exclusive documentary goes further than the Feds to reveal the most talked-about show on TV: its stars, production techniques, and secret locations. Features rare bloopers and private home videos. Meet the stars and... more »
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What A Nothing
Documentary lover | 03/22/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Some interesting sites, but the script/dialogue is terrible. The mafia "doll" that's along for the ride is distracting to the whole idea of the tour. What innane comments! I would have dumped her in the Jersey Meadows within five minutes."
Pitiful & disappointing
Documentary lover | 02/24/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The subject matter and amateur film footage leant itself to a fun documentary, but the "host" & "hostess'" were unfunny & annoying.
The same raw material could have been turned into something decent, even with the same host but not his ridiculous companion), by a competent documentarian."
We Love Goomahs!!
Evan S. Shikora | PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA USA | 05/09/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Don't raise your expectations too high for this poorly-made, B-acted documentary. But those details are exactly what makes it enjoyable to watch. Some of the behind-the-scenes details are memorable, especially the Satriales Pork Store facade and the pizza shop montage. John Fiore hams it up throughout, and goofs on himself in the process, but doesn't take himself too seriously and ruin the mood. Overall, good stuff for the diehard Sopranos fan, but don't expect Jimmy Gandolfini or Edie Falco memorable moments to show up much on this production."
arzewski | pittsburgh, pa United States | 07/28/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Two people give us a tour of the locations where the soprano's were filmed. Pizza parlors, the Bada Bing club, the restaurants, the pork meats store. Current owners are introduced. Some footage of poor quality videos made by fans that filmed some of the shoots have been made available for this production. But the overall quality of the content, and post-production, is quite low. It could have been made into a much better production."