Goodfellas 4 God Ministries' Sizzle Reel for Reality Show



We present a sizzle reel for an intended television series regarding Goodfellas 4 God Ministries. The show focuses on the real-life stories of those who departed "the life" to rededicate themselves to Christianity.

A trilogy of feature films based on members' true live stories is also planned.



The above was produced by Steve Tatone at Midnight Pass Entertainment.

Below is the trailer from Midnight's latest film, called Blind Pass, which stars Armand Assante.

 

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  1. is this place on mayfield road Ed?

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  2. Glenn Hovater-PacinoMay 19, 2015, 6:38:00 AM

    Mama Santas

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  3. is corbo's still there?

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  4. Is Jews for Jesus involved wit this?

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  5. Glenn Hovater-PacinoMay 19, 2015, 12:03:00 PM

    You're Good

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  6. I played a tree in the 3rd grade and now I see if I would have stuck to acting I could have played the lead role fore both sizzles.

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  7. i may get back there this summer if i do i'll stop in..

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  8. I've heard two very conflicting reports this morning and have taken story down. I never received confirmation either way but the different information created enough doubt for me.

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  9. I've heard two conflicting reports this morning and have taken story down. I never received confirmation either way but the different information created enough doubt for me.

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  10. Well written article ed!!

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  11. Not into the whole "god" thing myself but props to these guys for finding a better way of getting through this thing called life. Has to be a struggle for them every day to keep on the straight and narrow and if they find the strength in some "being" then more power to them.

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  12. I was gonna ask the same question, thanks ed...did seem crazy but stranger things have happened and I hope it's not true

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  13. Glenn Hovater pacinoMay 21, 2015, 9:51:00 AM

    Thanks Mike

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  14. Glenn,
    I never been up to Mayfield Road. Met some guy out in L.A. about 25 years ago from Mayfield Road. He reminded me of the guys I knew in Brooklyn and North Jersey. Is it worth visiting? Still any real paisans up there? I'm back in the north east now shuttling between nyc and jersey, but our culture is dying here. Boston's north end is still somewhat solid. I always like to visit the old neighborhoods. It's like a blood transfusion for me. We used to have the best of everything, but the newer generations traded it all in for the suburbs and rap music.
    God Bless.

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  15. Glenn Hovater pacinoMay 21, 2015, 6:02:00 PM

    Hi Old School
    It's clevelands little Italy
    It was mentioned in the Godfather but they used the terminology the lake view boys because lake view cemetery kinda surrounds it

    But it's very cultural

    God bless Pal

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  16. Thank you for getting back. I'll have to check it out some time.

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  17. Good stuff old school. Interesting stories. I'm reading The Pleasant Ave Connection right now and it's a treasure trove of info about the old days on pleasant ave. it's amazing to hear that there were a bunch of social clubs up there right into the 1980s. Is there even one left up there today? I've walked up that street multiple times and never saw one. The whole street is quiet now it seems.

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  18. Austin McDonnellMay 24, 2015, 2:22:00 AM

    What ever happened to the Phil"Lucky" Giaccone story you were working on bout a year ago??

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  19. Man, this story needs rewriting. I'm going to have to work my way through the entire blog's content ....

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  20. It was based on two references. One the Pizza Connection trial ... The other a book that's false. Researching Phil Lucky I found he was arrested at a young age for street gang mayhem which doesn't jibe with book. PC trial reference harder to explain away.

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  21. I'm really biting my tongue on this one. Arrest would be consistent with his actions on Staten island...

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  22. Purple gang was who my great uncles and great grandfather answered to. They were pretty big deal here in Michigan. Unfortunately at the time

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  23. ED , where you been, on the lam?

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