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GoodFellas
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Original Title: GoodFellas
Also Know As: Buenos muchachos, GoodFellas: Drei Jahrzehnte in der Mafia, Добри момчета, Os Bons Companheiros, Goodfellas, Les affranchis, Buenos muchachos, Mafiáni, Mafiáni, Mafiáni, GoodFellas - Drei Jahrzehnte in der Mafia, Goodfellas, Un dels nostres, Uno de los nuestros, Maffiabröder, MafiaVeljet, MafiaVeljet, Mafiaveljet, Les affranchis, Ta kala paidia, Τα καλά παιδιά, Dobri momci, Nagymenők, Rofagha-ye khoub, Quei bravi ragazzi, Goodfellas, Guddoferozu, Geri vyrukai, Buenos muchachos, Mafiabrødre, Mafiabrør, Buenos muchachos, Chłopcy z ferajny, Tudo Bons Rapazes, Baieti buni, Dobri momci, Славные парни, Maffiabröder, Dobri fantje, Mafiáni, Славные парни, Siki Dostlar, Славнi хлопцi, Good Fellas, GoodFellas, Wiseguy, Buenos muchachos, GoodFellas - Drei Jahrzehnte in der Mafia, Dobri momci
Release: 1990-09-12
Runtime: 145 min.
Genre: Drama, Crime
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English, French, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Suomi, Irish, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Hindustani, Bengali, Swahili, Persian, Turkish, Italian, Japanese, Filipino, Tiếng Việt, Melayu, Indonesia
Plot: The true story of Henry Hill, a half-Irish, half-Sicilian Brooklyn kid who is adopted by neighbourhood gangsters at an early age and climbs the ranks of a Mafia family under the guidance of Jimmy Conway.
James Conway

Characters : James Conway

Actor : Robert De Niro

Henry Hill

Characters : Henry Hill

Actor : Ray Liotta

Tommy DeVito

Characters : Tommy DeVito

Actor : Joe Pesci

Karen Hill

Characters : Karen Hill

Actor : Lorraine Bracco

Paul Cicero

Characters : Paul Cicero

Actor : Paul Sorvino

Frankie Carbone

Characters : Frankie Carbone

Actor : Frank Sivero

Sonny Bunz

Characters : Sonny Bunz

Actor : Tony Darrow

Frenchy

Characters : Frenchy

Actor : Mike Starr

Billy Batts

Characters : Billy Batts

Actor : Frank Vincent

Morris Kessler

Characters : Morris Kessler

Actor : Chuck Low

Tuddy Cicero

Characters : Tuddy Cicero

Actor : Frank DiLeo

Himself

Characters : Himself

Actor : Henny Youngman

Janice Rossi

Characters : Janice Rossi

Actor : Gina Mastrogiacomo

Tommy's Mother

Characters : Tommy's Mother

Actor : Catherine Scorsese

Vinnie

Characters : Vinnie

Actor : Charles Scorsese

Karen's Mother

Characters : Karen's Mother

Actor : Suzanne Shepherd

Sandy

Characters : Sandy

Actor : Debi Mazar

Belle Kessler

Characters : Belle Kessler

Actor : Margo Winkler

Lois Byrd

Characters : Lois Byrd

Actor : Welker White

Himself

Characters : Himself

Actor : Jerry Vale

Mickey Conway

Characters : Mickey Conway

Actor : Julie Garfield

Young Henry

Characters : Young Henry

Actor : Christopher Serrone

Henry's Mother

Characters : Henry's Mother

Actor : Elaine Kagan

Henry's Father

Characters : Henry's Father

Actor : Beau Starr

Michael Hill

Characters : Michael Hill

Actor : Kevin Corrigan

Spider

Characters : Spider

Actor : Michael Imperioli

Johnny Roastbeef

Characters : Johnny Roastbeef

Actor : Johnny Williams

Dr. Dan

Characters : Dr. Dan

Actor : Daniel P. Conte

Tony Stacks

Characters : Tony Stacks

Actor : Tony Sirico

Young Tommy

Characters : Young Tommy

Actor : Joe D'Onofrio

Anthony Stabile

Characters : Anthony Stabile

Actor : Frank Adonis

Cicero's Wife

Characters : Cicero's Wife

Actor : Angela Pietropinto

Tuddy's Wife

Characters : Tuddy's Wife

Actor : Marianne Leone Cooper

Rosie

Characters : Rosie

Actor : Illeana Douglas

Susan

Characters : Susan

Actor : Susan Varon

Joe Buddha

Characters : Joe Buddha

Actor : Clem Caserta

Stacks Edwards

Characters : Stacks Edwards

Actor : Samuel L. Jackson

Dealer

Characters : Dealer

Actor : Paul Herman

School Guard

Characters : School Guard

Actor : Margaret Smith

Man with Coatrack

Characters : Man with Coatrack

Actor : Vincent Pastore

Henry's 60's crew

Characters : Henry's 60's crew

Actor : Victor Colicchio

Batts' Crew #1

Characters : Batts' Crew #1

Actor : John 'Cha Cha' Ciarcia

Henry's 70's Crew

Characters : Henry's 70's Crew

Actor : Vincent Gallo

Carbone's Girlfriend

Characters : Carbone's Girlfriend

Actor : Nicole Burdette

Florida Bookie

Characters : Florida Bookie

Actor : Peter Onorati

Prison Guard in Booth

Characters : Prison Guard in Booth

Actor : Gene Canfield

Parole Officer

Characters : Parole Officer

Actor : Tobin Bell

Doctor

Characters : Doctor

Actor : Isiah Whitlock Jr.

Arresting Narc

Characters : Arresting Narc

Actor : Bo Dietl

Tony

Characters : Tony

Actor : Tony Conforti

Ronnie

Characters : Ronnie

Actor : Ronald Maccone

Diane

Characters : Diane

Actor : Katherine Wallach

Angie

Characters : Angie

Actor : Melissa Prophet

Tommy's Girlfriend

Characters : Tommy's Girlfriend

Actor : Elizabeth Whitcraft

Liquor Cop #1

Characters : Liquor Cop #1

Actor : Edward D. Murphy

Liquor Cop #2

Characters : Liquor Cop #2

Actor : Michael Citriniti

Mailman

Characters : Mailman

Actor : Peter Hock

Bleeding Man

Characters : Bleeding Man

Actor : John Di Benedetto

Gambling Doorman

Characters : Gambling Doorman

Actor : Manny Alfaro

Mob Lawyer

Characters : Mob Lawyer

Actor : Frank Albanese

Fat Andy

Characters : Fat Andy

Actor : Louis Eppolito

Frankie The Wop

Characters : Frankie The Wop

Actor : Tony Lip

Henry's 60's crew

Characters : Henry's 60's crew

Actor : Anthony Alessandro

Cicero's 60's crew

Characters : Cicero's 60's crew

Actor : Philip Suriano

Henry Greeter #1

Characters : Henry Greeter #1

Actor : James Quattrochi

Henry Greeter #2

Characters : Henry Greeter #2

Actor : Lawrence Sacco

Prizefighter

Characters : Prizefighter

Actor : Vito Antuofermo

Henry's 70's Crew

Characters : Henry's 70's Crew

Actor : Garry Pastore

Henry's Older Child - Judy

Characters : Henry's Older Child - Judy

Actor : Stella Keitel

Stacks' Girlfriend

Characters : Stacks' Girlfriend

Actor : Berlinda Tolbert

Joe Buddha's Wife

Characters : Joe Buddha's Wife

Actor : Nancy Cassaro

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    John Chard

    A Review by John Chard

    by John Chard

    "In a world that's powered by violence, on the streets where the violent have power, a new generation carries on an old tradition. Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas is without question one of the finest gangster movies ever made, a benchmark even. It’s that rare occasion for a genre film of this type where everything artistically comes together as one. Direction, script, editing, photography, driving soundtrack and crucially an ensemble cast firing on all cylinders. It’s grade “A” film making that marked a return to form for Scorsese whilst simultaneously showing the director at the summit of his directing abilities. The story itself, based on Nicholas Pileggi’s non-fiction book Wiseguy, pulls absolutely no punches in its stark realisation of the Mafia lifestyle. It’s often brutal, yet funny, unflinching yet stylish, but ultimately from first frame to last it holds the attention, toying with all the human emotions during the journey, tingling the senses of those who were by 1990 fed up of popcorn movie fodder. It’s not romanticism here, if anything it’s a debunking of the Mafia myth, but even as the blood flows and the dialogue crackles with electricity, it always remains icy cool, brought to us by a man who had is eyes and ears open while growing up in Queens, New York in the 40s and 50s. Eccellente! 9/10"

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