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on May 12, 2016
should've waited for bluray
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on February 22, 2016
Wicked movie
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on February 15, 2016
Awesome movie
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on January 1, 2016
parfait
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on June 11, 2015
A little scratched due to DVD moving around inside but plays fine.
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on May 5, 2015
It's like Grand Theft Auto: Vice City: The Movie.
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on July 3, 2014
A classic
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on July 17, 2004
No matter what anybody says, this has to be one of the ten best gangster movies ever made, if not in the top three. If you are a fan of this genre, Scarface is a gourmet banquet of acting, action, dialogue and intensity. And if you don't enjoy this, all I can say is I'm sorry that you're missing out. The only reason I don't give this movie 5 stars is that I don't know what to make of Giorgio Moroder's cheesy sythn soundtrack and disco tunes. If you think in the context of the movie, that 80's Cuban drug dealers might like listening to really bad disco music ("...Rush, rush to the yeyo") then this music works in the confines of the Babylon nightclub along with the bad hair, clothes, Belzer's lousy comedy and the mime. But these songs, if they had to stand on their own outside the movie, would be totally ignored. I wonder if Deborah Harry ( then at the height of fame with her band Blondie) knew when she laid down the vocals for Moroder's muzak that this song was designed as junk to suit the movie or if she thought this might boost her singing career. If you account for the disco muzak as necessary "set dressing" for the Babylon it still doesn't excuse Moroder's cheesy synth soundtrack. How much better this movie could have been if it was scored by an accomplished orchestral composer such as Morricone or Williams. If you want more proof of Moroder's shortcomings check out the soundtrack of Metropolis.
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on June 29, 2004
Five stars for Pacino's performance, three stars for the plot, it's just not very realistic. Pacino's Tony Montana carries this movie and makes it watchable over and over again.
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on June 15, 2004
why do they need to waste space on the dvd for whatever todays biggest hiphop stars think about this movie? Think is a joke of course, because, all they care to talk about is how Tony Montana came "from nuthin' man", and, "he's like me", "I'm Scarface nigga". Uh, yeah sure. Don't watch it, it'll only make you pissed. But if you find the producer of this dvd, make sure you smack him in the head for that terrible blunder.
The other extra is pretty funny. Its a look at the tv eidited versions of Scarface. Too funny. "Now we sittin' in Bently's man, yeah"
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