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While not as overall perfect as Goodfellas, this very well acted and stylish follow up by Scorcese is still better than any other attempt to tell these unique stories about organized crime.
Sensationalized, inaccurate documentary that features sloppy editing, ham handed delivery and overly corny and sentimental music.
An outstanding film that kicked off Adam McKay's foray into serious film making.
Scorsese's best and one of the greatest, most timeless films ever made.