RIP Ray Liotta, very few could say that they held their own (if not outshined) against peak Pesci & De Niro.
Also, this movie fucking rocks and it's the most terrifying I've ever seen Liotta.
"The Pilgrims Way still winds above the weald
through wood and break and many a fertile field
But though so little's changed since Chaucer's day
another kind of pilgrim walks this way"
A great film with an even more remarkable backstory. All three leads were complete unknowns including John Sweet, an actual US Army sergeant when he was cast by Powell and Pressburger as Sgt. Bob Johnson in his first and only acting role. Once the film was released in 1944, Sweet donated his entire $2000 salary to the NAACP.