Los Angeles, CA – August 16, 2017 – For the last century, the portrayal of the Mafia in film has provided us with some of the most intriguing, corruption stories. Mafia films have kept viewers creeping to the edge of their seats, awaiting the next victim, who will turn on who next, the dramatic pauses, the sociopathic behavior, and of course the unspeakable violence.
We have compiled a list of the best criminals, gangsters, bank robbers who utilize violence, steal and murder, becoming members of the “mafia” film genre.
Here is our list of “10 BEST MAFIA FILMS”:
1. Scarface (1983)
One of Al Pacino’s best features on film, conveying the Miami drug scene during the 1980s. This mafia film is home to the famous saying, “Say hello to my little friend!”
2. Goodfellas (1990)
Directed by Martin Scorsese, this crime classic highlights the life of Henry Hill, a world famous gangster.
3. Pulp Fiction (1994)
It’s no surprise that director, Quentin Tarantino, could make an excellent, exhilarating film focusing on crime, action, drugs and violence.
4. Donnie Brasco (1997)
Hollywood actors, Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, truly bring to light the emotional conflict that arises within while living a life of sin and crime.
5. American Gangster (2007)
Now, this is a true American gangster film, especially if you’re a fan of a shady Denzel Washington.
6. The Untouchables (1987)
This quote pretty much sums up the film – “You wanna know how to get Capone? They pull a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue.”
7. The Departed (2006)
This recent Martin Scorsese crime focuses on the Irish mobster, Frank Costello (played by Jack Nicholson), a mole in the police (Matt Damon), and undercover cop in the mafia (Leonardo DiCaprio).
8. Mean Streets (1973)
Two aspiring mobsters (Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel) are scraping to get by, as they decide whether or not they should continue their involvement with the dangers of Little Italy.
9. Public Enemies (2009)
Johnny Depp and Christian Bale’s roles focus on the legend of John Dillinger, the famous American gangster during the Depression-era.
10. The Brooklyn Banker (2016)
Local banker, Santo Bastucci battles a life of crime and drama with Manny “The Hand” Misteria.
The Brooklyn Banker (2016, 95 min.) Directed by Federico Castelluccio. Editor: Ray Hubley. Cinematographer: Ken Kelsch. Original Music: Tim Starnes. US, English. Classified Pictures, Pinstripe Entertainment, Jackson Lenard Productions, TriCoast Entertainment.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Classified Pictures, Pinstripe Entertainment, Jackson Lenard Productions.
About TriCoast Entertainment:
A new home for story-driven American films, TriCoast Worldwide is a full service media company that creates, produces, manages and distributes unique and unusual entertainment. Bringing together filmmakers, distributors, financiers, and technologists, TriCoast Entertainment embraces change by redefining the production and distribution model for indie filmmakers, providing them with low cost tools, financing, and worldwide theatrical and digital distribution, along with market feedback and storytelling opportunities.
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