'The Family' Movie 2013: New Mob Film from Robert De Niro and Executive Producer Martin Scorsese / In Theaters September 20 [TRAILER]
If you haven't heard anything about the new mob movie The Family, from producer Martin Scorsese then you're probably like most people in the world. The movie stars Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, has a high-profile producer and yet the Internet world couldn't care less. Usually, when a movie or television show is about to be released, there are interviews with the cast and crew, critic previews, social media posts from on set.
With The Family, there's nothing but a trailer and a release date. Oh, by the way The Family hits theaters September 20.
Anyways, lets get to movie synopsis. From what I can tell in the trailer, Robert De Niro has to enter the witness protection program after snitching to the feds about all of his old crime buddies.
Tommy Lee Jones is the liaison in charge of keeping the family safe. The family [Michelle Pfeiffer is the mom, and Dianna Argon and John D'Leo star as De Niro's two children] relocates to a small town in France.
In the trailer, you can see the apples don't far fall from the De Niro. An unadjusted Michelle Pfeifer burns down a local grocery store after a clerk insulted her French-American accent. The son receives complaints of corruption, theft and bribery at school, while the daughter beats up a young French romantic who may have grazed her arm without her permission.
For what its worth, The Family looks like a pretty cool movie.
Check out the official trailer for The Family, out in theaters September 20.