Massaria and Rothstein are going to come looking for Thompson. Without the distillery, how does he satisfy Capone?
I dont see how this is resolution. Unless Mellon hands it back.
Was clever to see the slick talking southerner in Mellon's ear. Wonder if there is any historical truth in his involvement in liquor.
I actually thought it was a pretty weak finally and pretty badly executed from a storyboard perspective.
For starters, the scenes with Richard shooting were badly staged. There was a guy on the stairs, shoots misses, Richard guns him, then, on the next flight, another guy, shoots misses, Richard guns him, but he had clear view before the 1st guy went down, stuff like that.
Then, with the boy. Worthless dramatics. Why would he pretend to lay the gun? He had the shot, a much better shot, to start.
If the intention was to OD Rosetti, why aint she dead? He's twice her size.
Dont see the point in all the BS between Capone's guys and Chalkey's. Again, badly staged fights.
Capone shot out the first car, but he was right in the line of fire of the guys across the street, why wouldn't they come out from the same direction?
How did Rossetti's #2 know where to find him? This kind of crap happens all the time in the movies, drives me crazy.
Edited by idfnl - 12/3/12 at 5:38am