• BendePapi

    ★★★★ Rewatched by BendePapi 01 Aug, 2015

    Másodszorra is szuper volt! Röviden a tartalma (valós FBI-os nyomozás alapján készült):
    Lefty, a már idősödő piti maffiózó (Al Pacino) felfigyel egy tehetséges ifjúra, akinek az ékszerek az erősségei, és amikor megbizonyosodik a képességeiről, beszervezi a családba Donnie Brasco-t (Johnny Depp). Megkedveli a fiút, bízik benne, ami nem túl bölcs dolog, hiszen az FBI ügynöke, az a feladata, hogy beépüljön a maffiába, és információkat gyűjtsön. Túl jól sikerül a kitűzött cél, egyre mélyebbre merül az alvilág mocskába, miközben lassan, de…


  • cronic

    ★★★½ Watched by cronic 29 Jul, 2015


    Great performance by Depp. I didn't like Al Pacino as a fuckboy. Good mob film 


  • Ruhi

    ★★★★½ Added by Ruhi

    Every time I watch movies like this, I'm convinced I was a gangster in another life. Brilliant movie, dragged a bit for me, but otherwise an enjoyable experience.


  • Michael Mays

    ★★★★ Added by Michael Mays

    I remember when this came out during my senior year of high school, but I've never really been into gangster movies, so it didn't pique my interest. Then a couple years ago I got sucked into a fascinating mini-series on National Geographical Channel called Inside the American Mob. One episode covered the events of the FBI's Donnie Brasco operation, which I hadn't been aware was a real-life case. I found the story of undercover FBI agent Joseph D. Pistone, aka…


  • Rosp

    ★★★½ Added by Rosp

    Nota = 7,5


  • Sam Blackburn

    ★★★★½ Watched by Sam Blackburn 10 Jul, 2015

    One thing that Donnie Brasco showed was the tremendous talent of Johnny Depp this movie proved that he could go toe to toe with a legend such as Al Pacino.


  • WreckItDee

    ★★★★ Watched by WreckItDee 04 Jul, 2015

    From the bowling shirts and greasy hair of the 1960s to the porn-stache and leather jackets of the 1970s and from Scorsese's manic film editing to Mike Newell's calculated and ponderous exploration of the inner psyche of FBI agent Joe Pistone who was undercovering as an infamous mafia Bonnano family gangster, it would be unfair to really judge the real quality of yet another 140 minutes long gangster flick.

    While at times it was a chore to burn through certain…


  • Carl Sandell

    ★★★★ Watched by Carl Sandell 05 Jul, 2015

    The film is supposedly about Johnny Depp's undercover agent, but Al Pacino makes it about himself. Or his character, if there is a difference. He makes the character into such a fully fleshed human being full of bravado early on when he's showing the new kid the ropes, but then feeble and petty when dealing with people who he looks up to. It's an interesting image of a gangster.

    Depp's struggle with keeping the Joe and Donnie characters separate is…


  • Henrik Wilhelmsson

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Henrik Wilhelmsson 03 Jul, 2015

    Love these films. Also, it was made back when Depp was still a real person, and Pacino chose good films.


  • drmorbius79

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by drmorbius79 29 Jun, 2015

    Revisiting this old favorite before it leaves Netflix. A underrated gangster flick that seems as if it's been largely forgotten.

    This is one of Pacino's better performances post-"Scent of a Woman." Johnny Depp is great just a few years before his descent into self parody. Heck even Michael Madsen is good here.

    The late Bruno Kirby has some of the best lines in the movie.

    Directed by the guy who did "Four Weddings and a Funeral" (of all things). The…


  • ceilinglampfilm

    ★★★★ Watched by ceilinglampfilm 29 Jun, 2015

    "You think I hate you? I don't hate you. This job is eating me alive. I can't breathe anymore. And if I come out, this guy Lefty dies. They're gonna kill him because he vouched for me. Because he stood up for me. I live with that every day. That's the same thing if I put the bullet through his head myself, you understand? I spend all these years trying to be the good guy, you know? The man in the white fuckin' hat. For what? For nuthin'. I'm not becoming like them, Maggie, I am them."



  • Anthony Iessi

    ★★★★★ Added by Anthony Iessi

    Fuggetaboudit, Donnie Brasco is a mob masterpiece. Sure, it borrows heavily from GoodFellas, as many movies after it did, but how else can a mob story be told without seeming so similar? These stories revolve around the same kinds of people, with the same kinds of moral quagmires to deal with. Violence, betrayal and corruption always seems to take over. That's all these true stories are really about. What makes this such a winning film is how well Al Pacino…