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Issac Spicer almost 4 years ago
A must see for dishwashers looking for early retirement.
John Mitchell over 4 years ago
Pure, unadulterated genius, a masterclass in film making
emilio murillo over 4 years ago
Amazing, round story of the rise/fall of Tony Montana. Flawless setting, characters, plot.
Noah Rymer almost 5 years ago
worst fake accents ever, poor production values. skip the entire middle and miss nothing.
Dominic Dirupo 6 years ago
Quality. Pacino is superb. Everyone else is a bit crap though
Mirza Šišić over 6 years ago
Mario Schievenini 7 years ago
One of the finest characters Pacino ever did. A classic.
J.H. Howes 7 years ago
This film is a rite of passage. Love it or hate it, you'll have to see it at some point.
Akshay 7 years ago
A classic. Al Pacino's best role.
Stewart Morris over 7 years ago
I dont get the hype
Grant davies over 7 years ago
very violent. Al Pacino makes it though
Frederik Værum Olesen over 7 years ago
Classic, best gangster film ever made. Al Pacino is the perfect cast
Jonathan Evans over 7 years ago
Well say "Goodnight" to the bad guy. So many classic scenes. That's why this is a classic
Ayush Shishodia over 7 years ago
Al Pacino starred Scarface is an ultra-violent and eminently quotable gangster epic movie.
Kakra almost 8 years ago
Kraig Brachman almost 8 years ago
Over hyped from people who saw it back in the day. It's not a good movie.
Anthony Rodriguez almost 8 years ago
great, dramatic storyline
Brendan Keevers 8 years ago
You will never get a mob/gangster movie better than this one.
Gini Gangadharan 8 years ago
One of the best show by Al Pacino, I ever seen. Nice long and wide shots used in the film.
Anthony Kozlowski 8 years ago
A prime example of character development (deterioration?) done right.
Scarface is a 1983 American epic crime drama movie directed by Brian De Palma, written by Oliver Stone, produced by Martin Bregman and starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana. A contemporary remake of the original 1932 film of the same name, the film tells the story of Tony Montana, a Cuban refugee who comes to Miami in 1980 as a result of the Mariel Boatlift, and becomes a drug cartel kingpin during the cocaine boom of the 1980s. The movie chronicles his rise to the top of Miami's cocaine empire. The film is dedicated to Howard Hawks and Ben Hecht, the director and principal screenwriter of the original 1932 film, respectively. The initial critical response to Scarface was mixed, with the film receiving criticism for its violence and graphic language. The film was widely criticized by the Cuban community in Miami, who objected to various aspects of the film, and the fact Cubans in it were compared with criminals and drug traffickers. The film has since gathered a cult following and has...
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