PosterPoster

All Comments about...

GoodFellas 1990

A highly disturbing but mesmerizing look at the joys and dangers of life in the mob. Colorful but dramatically unsatisfying.

loading replies

The story telling in this movie is sooo good. Also loved De Niro's performance in this one.

loading replies

Absolutely superb film!
One of the best without doubt

loading replies

Love this genre need something to follow Sooranos Ray Donavan is great—Brotherhood was good just need a new movie show—

loading replies

"As far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster."

Since the 27th anniversary was earlier this week and the recent passing of Frank Vincent I wanted to revisit this masterpiece. What a brilliant film. Everything is excellent, from the acting to the camera work to the soundtrack, this is one of the very best movies of all times. Martin Scorsese is at the top of his game. This is the definitive gangster movie and in my mind it will never be passed.

"Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut." Unless they are trying to kill you...

loading replies

Films like this are the reason why I love cinema so much.

loading replies

Love every minute of this film.

loading replies

Martin Scorsese's masterclass in modern cinema is still as fresh as the day it was released. Engaging storyline, crackling dialogue, beautiful cinematography and expertly directed.

You've watched it many times before...watch it again.

loading replies

I noticed this movie was leaving Netflix NL soon, and since it is in the top 20 on IMDb, I thought it must be great.

But I quit it after 36 minutes..... I do like con/heist movies and such (The Italian Job, Focus, Ocean's Eleven etc), so I thought, this must be right up my alley... but meh :( Hugely disappointed. It just seemed to go too slow-paced for my taste.

loading replies

This is a deeply interesting movie of friendship and betrayal.

loading replies

The greatest mob film still today.

loading replies

Like every Scorsese rather brutal but also very intriguing. A somewhat weak ending: Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) rats on the Paulie and Jimmy (Robert DeNiro).

loading replies

Cinema Paco: Magnificent mafia movie with some great performances and screenplay

loading replies
Loading...