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Review of the Mobster Flick STREET BOSS

Maverick Entertainment Group’s new release Street Boss is absolutely awesome! Its one of the best mafia movies I’ve seen in a long time. For an independent film Street Boss is shot amazingly well. The film work is excellent and the acting is phenomenal. It has violence, police corruption, family ties, extortion and a badass rogue FBI agent named Phil Kerby who’s trying to put a stop to all of it. To make the movie even better, it’s based on the True events of Phil Kerby’s life as an FBI agent.

           

Street Boss is based out of Detroit one of the grittiest cities in the country. Tony Jack ran the mob and owned the city, no one dared cross him or stand in the way. In fact he had a large portion of the Detroit police force on his payroll. Tony used his power to extort business owners everywhere in the surrounding areas, taking more from them then they could even make. That’s until Phil Kerby was placed on the scene, Phil like many others was transferred to the Detroit FBI force on bad behavior. Without giving too much away, let’s just say he had a bit of a violent past. Phil was determined to stop the police corruption and bring down Jack and the Detroit Mob.

You can experience Street Boss for yourself on DVD July 6th! In the meantime you can prepare yourself for the movie by checking out the book the movie is based off of  With Honor and Purpose written by Phil KerbyBuy it, Rent it, or Queue it up today!  Street Boss is also available OnDemand so check you local listings!

~ Justin Acita

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