There was a war of insults between De Niro and Trump supporters in NY. As usual Bobby D pretended to be gangster, but his bodyguards deviated him from getting his ass to pay for the checks being issued by his mouth.

The Twiter/X Leftyverse obviously came in defense of De Niro citing his acting as proof of value, but they kept bringing him as The Godfather.

Sorry, no. There is only one Godfather and that was Marlon Brando. De Niro portrayed nicely the young and coming Vito Corleone, but he was at best a secondary actor in a movie where the star was true actor Al Pacino.

De Niro has played pretty much one role through his career and that is the one of mafioso. Depending on the movie, he adds sprinkles of certain flavor, but they are all pretty much the same foundation. And he is pretty decent at it only if he does not make the mistake of casting a better actor opposite to him like in A Bronx Tale where Chaz Palminteri puts to shame anything De Niro has ever done as mobster.

“Now yous can’t leave”

De Niro peaked with Raging Bull. It has been repeating the same mobster act since then.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “TDS DeNiro faithfully defended by the Left.”
  1. I used to like him until his politics came to light. I wouldn’t piss on him if he was on fire..
    I stopped watching tv and movies a long time ago.

  2. I’ve always felt DeNiro played DeNiro. Never gave him many points for being an actor. Even in interviews it seemed there was that undercurrent of not so nice a guy. Haven’t seen him in many years, however, and won’t be in he future.

    1. That’s been my impression, too. The only reason people think he’s a “great” actor is because he type-casts himself as … himself … and pulls off the role. Unlike REAL great actors, who can center themselves into a wide variety of roles, DeNiro is a one-trick pony.
      So it’s no surprise that his off-screen persona is just as toxic as his on-screen personas, if slightly less violent.

  3. For years He’s stuck me as an actor who’s played a tough guy for so long that he now believes he is one.

    He’s an actor. He’s paid to play pretend. He’s not a tough guy, never has been and never will be. His words on politics are less than meaningless.

    1. Indeed. He’s “hit” enough stunt doubles who immediately go down — because that’s what they’re paid to do — that he thinks he’s actually tough.
      Thank goodness he has all those bodyguards around to make sure he can talk a big game but never really have to put up or shut up!

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