Crime • 1987 • 1 hr 59 min
A highly entertaining, if slightly historically inaccurate, account of the famed law enforcement group
Historically inaccurate, but still enjoyable.
Great cinematography, but Costner is really bad. Pacing is off, but there is a lot of good action and tension to make up for it.
Costner and Connery c’mon now how does it get better
It's a great drama movie with pacing that'll leave you on the edge of your seat.
A brutal & gritty depiction of prohibition era Chicago, De Niro gives a sickeningly smug performance as Al Capone with suspense throughout
Great music. Sean Connery is stellar. Costner is great. This movie shows heart and sadness over the loss of some lovable characters.
An exciting gangster movie backed by a stellar cast.
De nero must appeared more in this movie
The story of Elliott Ness taking down Al Capone. While it may not accurate, it’s very entertaining with good direction and performances.
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