A Guy's Guide to Being a Man's Manby Frank Vincent, Steven Prigge
Don Corleone said it best-but these days, it's harder than ever to know how to act like a real man. Now, renowned actor and true-life man's man Frank Vincentfamed for his unforgettable tough-guy roles in such classic films as Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and HBO's The Sopranosshows how any man can be all that he can be in love, work,/i>/i>/i>
Don Corleone said it best-but these days, it's harder than ever to know how to act like a real man. Now, renowned actor and true-life man's man Frank Vincentfamed for his unforgettable tough-guy roles in such classic films as Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and HBO's The Sopranosshows how any man can be all that he can be in love, work, play, and life, including:
-Getting the best women by being the best man
- Dressing like a champ
- Winning big money and big respect in Las Vegas
- Choosing the right song to set the right mood
- Knowing how to eat-and cook-like a man
- Movies that men will always love
- Selecting, smoking, and savoring a great cigar
Remember: if you want to learn how to be a man's man, you gotta learn from a man's man. And that man is Frank Vincent
- Penguin Publishing Group
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
Meet the Author
Frank Vincent is a veteran of over 50 films by some of the world's most respected directors, including Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Do the Right Thing, and Casino.
Steven Priggé is the co-author of the Italian-American celebrity cookbook Shut Up and Eat!, and the author of Movie Moguls Speak and Created By. He also writes freelance articles for one of the most widely read food magazines in the world, Bon Appetit.
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A good read for a lot of mans life lessons
I found this book gave good starter information on the finer etiquette manners I mentioned in my headline and then some. My advice is not to follow the book word for word. The advice Mr. Frank Vincent provides is definitely from his lifestyle. However, he presents great basics for any man¿s man. Since I am a married cigar aficionado, I did not receive much from the dating and cigar section. However, I learned a lot from Frank Vincent¿s advice on recommended dining locations and style. For example, Frank Vincent¿s advice on wearing a tuxedo is ditching the bow tie and going with a regular tie. Otherwise, you may be mistaken for a server or host. The best advice was at the end of the book in the epilogue. Not to give anything away, but definitely read that section first, it is only a few pages. Then read it again once you are done with the book.
A hilarious book with many useful tips, an easy read something you'll want to pick up again and again.