• franyeon

    ★★★★★ Added by franyeon

    Scarface is a classic. Al Pacino being Tony Montana, a man who arrives from Cuba to the USA searching for oportunities. He founds them, but in the illegal business of the drugs. A movie with scenes you'll never forget, action; fear; emotions. A must watch.


  • Gvas

    ★★★ Rewatched by Gvas 10 Apr, 2015

    Brian De Palma elevates an abysmal, full of exposition and superficial politics screenplay by Oliver Stone into a pop art filmic installation, combining kitsch costumes and sets with Moroder 's electronic score and making full use of a Pacino on steroids. Pacino's Tony Montana is one of the weirdest performances in cinematic history, one that you admire and loathe almost simultaneously.

    "Scarface" is undoubtedly rewatchable, but if you're searching for a masterful De Palma/Pacino collaboration, look no further than "Carlito's Way".


  • Darrell Tuffs

    ★★★ Watched by Darrell Tuffs 09 Apr, 2015

    The film felt somewhat disjointed and disconnected. Its style is wonderfully brave and bold, but the tones it attempts to strike are often too conflicting to cope within its fairly familiar narritive.


  • Ace Gunner

    ★★★★★ Added by Ace Gunner

    Say hello to my little friend Guns coke and excitement what more can you want ?


  • BUNNER2015

    ★★★★★ Added by BUNNER2015

    Got to see it, at least once


  • Gaydn Deceased

    Added by Gaydn Deceased

    Lighten up, it's a satire.

    that intro theme tho B)


  • Jay Short

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Jay Short 05 Apr, 2015

    Relentlessly enjoyable with every viewing, this satiral take on greed, wealth, power and money falls flat in a few areas...however this is still the quintessential popcorn movie.


  • DanJudge

    ★★★★★ Added by DanJudge

    Al Pacino shines in arguably the best performance of his career. He plays the young Cuban man rising to power to become one of the most powerful gangsters in South Florida. Brian de Palma was the perfect director for this film as he creates a dark, yet fun and satisfying mood for this gangster film. Over anything else in this film the best part has to be the script. Oliver Stone, a legend himself kept you so intrigued by his dialogue that felt like normal conversations that anyone would have. SCARFACE being a perfect film receives a...



  • Sebastian Restrepo

    ★★★★★ Watched by Sebastian Restrepo 03 Apr, 2015


    Que obra de arte en toda la expresión que lleva el séptimo arte, que perfección y que forma de llevar la violencia a un límite como este.


  • danolesco

    ★★★★★ Added by danolesco

    say hello to my little friend : una pelicula que te hara desear tener los pantalones para desafiar a quien sea


  • JuicyGS

    ★★★½ Added by JuicyGS

    Like someone has set Paccino at full volume...Tony Montana bursts his way through the film living at full throttle and ultimately dying the same way. Captures perfectly the excess of the 80s and the old saying don't take what you sell...


  • Joseph William Lewis

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Joseph William Lewis 30 Mar, 2015

    Weird how in certain circles Scarface has a negative reputation for being excessive when its indulgences come off as tame in comparison to De Palma's other insanity from the era. A strange dissonance exists between his uncharacteristically restrained direction and Oliver Stone's uncharacteristically pulpy script; forgive the anachronistic comparison, but it feels like De Palma wanted to make The Godfather and Stone wanted to make The Wolf of Wall Street. I mean no criticism toward what he does technically--there are…