Bradley's Review of Scarface
Though unnecessarily idolized and unceasingly quoted by douchebags, the film potency still endures.
Clocking in at nearly three hours, it feels as if we are watching an alcoholic make a series of escalating worse choices and get angrier in real time. But three is much to admire in DePalmas direction, the sheer gawdiness of the colour palette and art design works excellently to undermine the depiction of wealth and success.
College students, please stop hanging Tony Montana posters in your dorm rooms and just enjoy this film for it's artistic splendour.