Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by 25133WhooOoAH, Jul 25, 2007.
Underrated a lil? I fucking adore this move...Pacino's performance is flawless.....
Lemme guess? Italian Fella?
Genn Dandy confuses me today lol
Yeah, way underrated in my opinion.
"Carlito's Way: Rise of Power" - Not so much.
did'nt like it because some of the camera shots in the club was a blatent ripoff of scarface
If I confuse you .... you need to question everything.
The car actually belongs to a distant neighbor where I grew up in Syosset. My friend lived next door to him and introduced me. It's more incredible in person than it is on the show.
U dope its about a spic.
Both movies are directed by Brian DePalma. How can you rip yourself off?
Only Queensryche is allowed to rip themselves off.
I love this movie. Way better then Scarface. Don't let the rappers tell you otherwise.
If it weren't for Carlito's Way I would abominate Sean Penn. He was great in this so I only just hate him.
Pacino is where its at, fucking great film.
"Bennie Blanco from the Bronx" its so much fun to say, even though he was a jerk.
Love that movie.
I totally agree.
In my top 20
Scarface...honestly? Bores me
THANK YOU! Its way overrated and doesn't really stand up 25 years later. If it weren't for the violence, blow, and Pacino-all the cheesey 80s movie devices used would render it completely unwatchable. Sure it was the 1st movie to employ those cheesey 80s devices, but still.
Any point that ends with "but still" was idiocy to begin with.
I like any mob movie better
ok then, rehashed the scene
I don't remember a whole lot about it except that I liked it, and that, much like in Scarface, Pacino gets taken out by a douchebag character who's only purpose in the movie is to show up in the end and kill him.
I hated that "Future's so bright, I gotta wear shades" guy at the end of Scarface.
i love this movie because of what a fucking douche bag Sean Penn's lawyer character is. he just ruins everything! you can't help but to love to hate this guy for what he does.
"HERE COMES THE PAAIN!"
I just watched this movie again yesterday.
Pacino is brilliant (as usual). And one of Sean Penn's greatest performances.
I love Scarface for the impact it had when I first saw it; but it's been ripped off so much that the original doesn't hold up. I'll still watch for a bit if it's on TV.
I didn't know it was sean penn the first time i watched, i couldn't believe it.
I'm a huge fan of this movie. A little known fact is that the film was adapted from two novels written by a ny state supreme court justice.
Pretty cool interview with him at ign: