The Godfather and Scarface are obvious classics. But…have you seen The Long Good Friday? Bob Hoskins plays all-powerful London crime boss, Harold Shand. Everyone associated with the notorious mobster is either happy or fearful. When a series of attacks on his empire threaten a mega-deal on Good Friday, Harold goes on a massive manhunt.
What is the island? Every loyal Lost fan patiently awaits the answer. With sweet relief only weeks away, relive the journey – pre-order Lost: The Complete Collection on Blu-Ray. The package will contain all six seasons along with behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews, audio commentaries, bloopers and never-before seen footage.
“It’s not who you know. It’s who you kill.”
Gangster No. 1 is the other side of the pond’s equivalent to Scarface and American Gangster. This film chronicles the rise and fall of a ruthless criminal with unforgettable performances by Paul Bettany (A Beautiful Mind) and Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange).
If you and a couple of friends stumble upon a downed plane discovering a bag filled with millions and two dead bodies – would you contact the authorities or take the money and run? Before answering, watch A Simple Plan directed by Sam Raimi (Spiderman) and starring Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thorton. It might make you rethink your decision.
While the 60′s gave rise to Hollywood films like My Fair Lady – Japan entertained on a whole different level. The Sword Of Doom boasts some of the most impressive swordplay in the history of samurai epics. This film perfectly illustrates the adage “an evil soul wields an evil sword.”
Did you know Mighty Mouse was an accused coke head? In the 80′s, a media watchdog charged the superhero with sniffing powder – although depicted as crushed flowers. The cartoon was pulled and never seen again. Alas, here he comes to save the day! Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures DVD Set includes the original 19 uncensored episodes.