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Alex Silver over 2 years ago
Epic, moderately violent crime drama. The history is strong in this one--not a bad thing.
Jonathan Evans over 4 years ago
Apart from that ghastly choice of music for the opening fight it's a classic Scorsese.
Rasim Oㅤ over 4 years ago
not bad
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Good performances, visually stunning but undercooked and story poor
Jack Genius over 5 years ago
Very good! Have to watch it again.
daniel 6 years ago
Great historical piece. Daniel Day Lewis is absolutely incredible as Bill the Butcher
Dominique Laurion over 6 years ago
A powerful gangster film with some great historical elements.
Griffin Maurer almost 7 years ago
Fantastic characters burdened with a drawn out story and uninteresting finale.
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
You rated this 3 stars on 10/19/2011
Kakra over 7 years ago
Brendan Keevers over 7 years ago
Watch it for DD Lewis, 5 star, again. The film is a bit unjustified but interesting.
Blair Lucas over 7 years ago
Daniel Day Lewis absolutely makes this movie. Bill The Butcher is an amazing character.
Caleb Pereira 4 months ago
Karla 7 months ago
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Amr Adel 1 year ago
Gangs of New York is a 2002 historical film set in the mid-19th century in the Five Points district of New York City. It was directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, and Kenneth Lonergan. The film was inspired by Herbert Asbury's 1928 nonfiction book, The Gangs of New York. It was made in Cinecittà, Rome, distributed by Miramax Films and nominated for numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture. The film begins in 1846 and quickly jumps to 1862. The two principal issues of the era in New York were Irish immigration to the city and the Federal government's execution of the ongoing Civil War. The story follows Bill "The Butcher" Cutting (Daniel Day-Lewis) in his roles as crime boss and political kingmaker under the helm of "Boss" Tweed (Jim Broadbent). The film culminates in a violent confrontation between Cutting and his mob with the protagonist Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his immigrant allies, which coincides with the New...
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