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This movie has it all; great cinematography, acting, directing and the story are all top notch.
I think it will be very difficult to say much more about the story or structure of the film without giving too much of it away, and perhaps ruining the experience.
'Once Upon a Time in America', simply put, is the best gangster movie I've ever seen and is one of the greatest movies ever made.
Once Upon a Time in America (Extended Director's Cut) takes a cinematic masterpiece and improves the experience. Read morePublished 2 days ago by C. Hunter
This film (and especially this version of it) is Leone's Masterpiece. Should have won the Oscar for the score alone!
Nothing not to like about the transfer to Blu.
Deniro and Woods are two masters of their craft and turn out a outstanding performance.Published 13 days ago by Happy Amazon Customer
From the storyteller master himself Sergio Leone. We will never get to see the complete original, "it's said to be around 8 hours long", but this version is good enough.Published 13 days ago by pianoguy87
Leone got tired of all those American movies about Sicilian gangsters. So he made one about Jewish gangsters.
This was during the late days of Murder Incorporated in NYC. Read more
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Yup, it's on one disc.
However, Blu-Ray.com has announced that Serio's children have acquired the rights to the movie and there is talk of adding an additional 40 minutes to the already existing 229 minutes we know and love.
What I would love to see on this release (if it comes out at all) is... Read More
Mar 17, 2011 by Ivan Samuelson | See all 4 posts
|Once upon a Time in America getting an extended cut||
And its been said that it won't be shown in britain until spring 2013 at the earliest, since its still going through a restoration process. Rather slow... But it seems like it'll be here eventually. Likely 2014 for a blu-ray release. I highly doubt we will see it on video this year.
Feb 5, 2013 by Bryan Willis | See all 7 posts