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Gangsters never refer to themselves as gangsters. They are made-men, wiseguys or Goodfellas. Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese exposes the fascinating, mysterious and violent underworld of New York's Mafia families through the life of insider Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) as he rises from smalltime thug to mobster under the guidance of Jimmy Conway (Academy Award winner Robert De Niro) in this searing, epic crime drama based on the chilling true-life best seller Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi.]]>
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It's fun to watch these guys at the top of their acting game. Paul Sorvino's character should have been in the movie more, but whatever. This is a keeper.
I have read and watched much about the actual characters. SPOILER - the whole "shoe shine" killing was Hollywood-ized, but so what. Pesci character actually killed the man because he just got out of jail and wanted the portion of the business back that Pesci's character took over while he was in jail. Blah blah.. makes no difference.
There are so many great lines from this mob flick that the folks who really love it and have watched it over and over (and I still watch it over and over) can spout off the one-liners and appreciate them.
This is a mob flick at it's finest and is based on Henry Hill's true story. It's graphic, funny, lewd and right up your alley if you like mob flicks.
"Dee Dee Two Times" (that's my Mob name) loves it and says you gotta watch it for yourself. Not for the kids though ... I'd save this one just for the adults. Find your inner mobster and enjoy "Goodfellas".
There were a lot of actors in this movie that were "small time" at the time this film was made. It was fun to see them and think, wow, he or she became big and I'm seeing them "then".
Since this was based on a true story, I can't help but wonder where the Witness Protection people are now and what they thought of the film. Hmmm . . .