Scarface – Film Review

Scarface is a 1983 classic crime film directed by Brian De Palma, written by Oliver Stone and with Al Pacino playing the main role. It was a remake of the 1932 film of the same name and the creators took inspiration from the real mobster Al Capone.

The film is about a Cuban refugee and ex-convict who arrives in USA-Miami and starts his drug selling carrier first as a Frank Lopez man but later as the boss. He was an outspoken, nervous, arrogant character and he gets a lot of trouble with the police and other dealers.

The things I like about the film are the really good acting, the fight scenes, and the iconic dialogues. In my opinion, this movie is full of iconic scenes and phrases and as I have told in an older article I believe that Mr. Scarface is one of the best fictional characters.

To end up I believe that this movie is a cinematic masterpiece which great direction, acting and production. I recommended it to everyone except those who like crime movies.

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