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1001 Movies Club - Scarface (1983)
#708. Scarface (1983)
Why It's In The Book: "Brian De Palma's updated remake of Howard Hawks's 1932 gangster calssic Scarface is bloody, excessive, outrageous, and brilliantly crafted - and it sports an unforgettably histrionic performance from Al Pacino... Scarface is quintessential De Palma, a treatise on the fragile condition of male selfhood and power politics... for all its dazzling self-consciousness, this is a grand narrative in the old style - and its cathartic, apocalyptic kick is tremendous... De Palma's controversial masterpiece gives us the subversive thrill of seeing a social microcosm explode into a thousand fragments." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Adolytsi - 7/10
"Scarface is a film that is proud to show what it is, is unafraid and never hides itself. Much like Tony Montana."
Doug Tilley - 7/10
"This is a film that revels in excess: from the early 80s fashions, to the synth soundtrack (by Giorgio Moroder), to the explosive climax."
Klaus Ming - 7/10
"The film's real worth rests with Pacino's brilliant performance as the despicable Tony Montana."
Movie Guy Steve - 7/10
"If anything, it’s too much - too over the top, too extreme."
Squish - 7/10
"Scarface is a classic. Thousands of sideways sequined baseball caps and wack oversized puffy wigga jackets...urban buffoon's pants...well that speaks to a particular brand of awesome to me. I mean, it's a no-brainer."
Michaël Parent - 6/10
"...the movie stands more as a farce or a parody of the genre more than a classic of the gangster flick."