Rinema is the best way to share movies you love.

David Proval

David Proval


Birthdate: May 20, 1942

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. David Aaron Proval (born May 20, 1942) is an American actor, known for his roles as Richie Aprile on the HBO television series The Sopranos and as Tony DeVienazo in the 1973 Martin Scorsese film Mean Streets opposite Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel. Proval was born in Brooklyn, New York of Jewish heritage,  the son of actress Clara Katz of Romanian origin.  He has appeared... ...detailed bio

Thumb_1394521737

Queen of the Lot (2010)

TBA
Thumb_1394528207

Phantom Punch (2009)

Phantom Punch is a 2008 film directed by Robert Townsend. The film is a biopic of Sonny Liston, with Ving Rhames in the lead role. The film also stars Stacey Dash, Nicholas Turturro, Alan van Sprang, David Proval, and Bridgette Wilson. Music was composed by Stephen James Taylor.
Thumb_1394538783

Stiletto (2008)

Stiletto may refer to: Stiletto, a type of dagger stitching awl, a tool used in sewing. Stiletto heel, a type of footwear Stiletto snake, a common name for a family of venomous snakes found in Africa and the Middle East Stiletto feminism
Thumb_1394543407

The Unknown Trilogy (2008)

Somewhere, between the boundaries of life and death, lays the darkest places in the human heart. In these dimly lit recesses crouch fears older than mankind itself. Yet only by visiting this netherworld from time to time can we hope to unearth what lurks just beyond the grasp of our imaginations....
Thumb_1394387554

Balls of Fury (2007)

As a child, Randy Daytona (Brett Delbuono) plays for the United States in the 1988 Summer Olympics table tennis finals. His anxiety increases when his father says that he bet on him, despite his original promise not to do so. During his first play between his opponent Karl Wolfschtagg (Thomas Len...
Thumb_1394539420

The Circle (2005)

A frantic young woman begs a stranger to help save her marked husband, not realizing that the stranger is the hit man hired to kill him. Experimental digital movie shot entirely in one take and in real time.
Thumb_1394528731

Just Desserts (2004)

Marco Poloni (Costas Mandylor) enters a baking competition entitled "The Golden Whisk" to attract publicity and win prize money to support his struggling family-owned bakery. He asks for the help of uptight pastry-maker Grace Carpenter (Lauren Holly), and to show up an old rival who has also ente...
Thumb_1394528279

Murder Without Conviction (2004)

Recently released from her vows as a nun, Christine Bennett is discovering "life on the outside." After a visit to her mentally-handicapped cousin Gene, Christine becomes embroiled in the investigation of the murder mystery surrounding James and Edward Talley, twin savant brothers accused of kill...
Thumb_1394187031

Bookies (2003)

Three college students, Toby, Casey, and Jude, start up a bookie business taking bets from various clients. Their business immediately booms, arousing suspicion among local campus authorities and Toby's girlfriend, Hunter. They subsequently are able to purchase many expensive items such as big sc...
Thumb_1394199571

13 Moons (2002)

The movie begins with a clown (Buscemi) whose wife (Beals) and stripper girlfriend (Parsons) just discovered each other's existence. When his wife is jailed for trying to run him over, the stripper, the clown and his partner (Dinklage) contact a bail bondsman (Proval) whose wife just left their s...
Thumb_1394540392

The Hollywood Sign (2001)

When three great, has-been actors meet at the funeral of a legendary Hollywood agent, their alcoholic reunion leads them to visit the Hollywood Sign. There they find the body of a man - leading them to uncover an in-progress scam for stealing millions from a Las Vegas casino - which originated as...
Thumb_1394521981

James Dean (2001)

At eight years old, James Dean lives with his estranged father Winton and mother Mildred in 1939 Santa Monica, California. When Mildred dies of cancer in 1940, Winton sends James on a train to Fairmount, Indiana, along with the coffin containing her body. Winton does not show up at the funeral, l...
Thumb_1394547763

The Siege (1998)

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent Anthony Hubbard (Washington) and his Lebanese-American partner Frank Haddad (Shalhoub) are told of a hijacked bus, fully loaded with passengers and containing an explosive device. The bomb turns out to be a paint bomb and the terrorists manage t...
Thumb_1394544292

The Relic (1997)

John Whitney, an anthropologist for the Museum of Natural History in Chicago, is studying a newly-discovered tribe in South America, and drinks a soup made for him by the tribesmen. A short time later, he is seen accosting the captain of a merchant ship, asking that the shipment he has sent back ...
Thumb_1394541625

The Phantom (1996)

The film opens with a recap "For Those Who Came In Late," narrated by the Phantom's deceased father (Patrick McGoohan), who appears to his son throughout the film (whether he is a ghost, or simply a figure of the Phantom's memory, is left ambiguous): Four hundred years ago, a young boy, the last ...
Thumb_1394203535

Four Rooms (1995)

The film is set on New Year's Eve, and starts with Sam (Marc Lawrence), the previous bellhop of the Hotel Mon Signor, briefing his replacement, Ted (Tim Roth), about the job. The opening credits pay homage to the cartoons of The Pink Panther Show, and features the scat song "Vertigogo".
Thumb_1394528794

Romeo Is Bleeding (1994)

Jack Grimaldi, a corrupt cop who does favors for the Mafia in exchange for large fees, has a loving wife, Natalie, and an adoring mistress, Sheri. He thinks he has it all, until both the cops and mob are outwitted by a psychopathic Russian mob assassin named Mona Demarkov. The head of the Italian...
Thumb_1394547411

The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

In 1947, banker Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is convicted of murdering his wife and her lover, based on circumstantial evidence, and is sentenced to two consecutive life sentences at Shawshank State Penitentiary. Andy quickly befriends contraband smuggler Ellis "Red" Redding (Morgan Freeman), an i...
Thumb_1394513865

Innocent Blood (1992)

Marie (Anne Parillaud) is a very appealing modern-day vampire in Pittsburgh, with a moral code that limits her bloodsucking to the criminal elements of society. However, when she feasts on a vicious gang boss, Salvatore 'The Shark' Macelli (Robert Loggia), and is interrupted before finishing him ...
Thumb_1394549005

UHF (1989)

George Newman ("Weird Al" Yankovic) is a daydreamer whose hyperactive imagination keeps him from holding a steady job. His gambling uncle Harvey Bilchik wins the deed to a bankrupt UHF television station in a poker game. After prodding by his wife, Harvey gives control of Channel 62 to George. Ge...