Jacob Zinn :: journalist + photographer

Cinemaniac: Scarface (1983)

Posted in Cinemaniac, TV & Film by Jacob Zinn on September 19, 2011
Scarface (1983)

Say hello to Scarface on Blu-Ray. Al Pacino’s legendary role as the heavy-accented, cocaine-fuelled Tony Montana is worth another three-hour sitting to retell the Cuban drug lord’s American dream. Witness Brian De Palma’s cult classic in 1080p high definition and hear all 229 f-words in Dolby 7.1 surround sound.

The limited edition rerelease of the Oliver Stone-written film features the exclusive three-part documentary, “The Scarface Phenomenon,” as well as 10 artwork cards, a digital copy and a DVD of the original 1932 gangster flick. Deleted scenes and other features are the same as those from 2006’s Scarface: Platinum Edition DVD, but if you haven’t seen them, you have no reason not to.

★★★★


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