Movie Review for Scarface
An 80s movie about the mafia, including drugs, crime, and the like. An immigrant tries to hold the power of a city in his hands.
Tony Scarface Montana (played by Al Pacino) arrived in the US as part of Cuba’s Prime Minister Fidel Castro’s effort for Cuban immigrants to reunite with their US family in the movie Scarface.
Together with his friend, Manny Ray (played by Steven Bauer), Montana commences a strong criminal empire in Miami. On their quest to make it big in America, they do whatever is necessary to own it all in the movie Scarface.
Tony Montana - Al Pacino
Manny Ribera - Steven Bauer
Elvira Hancock - Michelle Pfeiffer
Gina Montana - Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Frank Lopez - Robert Loggia
Mama Montana - Miriam Colon
Omar Suarez - F. Murray Abraham
Alejandro Sosa - Paul Shenar
Mel Bernstein - Harris Yulin
Chi Chi - Angel Salazar
Ernie - Arnaldo Santana
Angel - Pepe Serna
Nick The Pig - Michael P Moran
Hector The Toad - Al Israel
Jerry The Banker - Dennis Holahan
TriviaThe “f” word was used about 207 times in the movie Scarface.
Writer Oliver Stone wrote the script for Scarface while recovering from his own cocaine addiction.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Scarface was released to theatres on 12/09/1983 by Universal, and grossed $44,942,821 at the box office in the US on a budget of $25,000,000 .
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