GoodFellas (1990)
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GoodFellas (1990)


Genre
:
Drama | Crime
Rating
:
8.4 / 10
Release Date
:
12 September 1990
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 25 minutes
Spoken Language
:
Italiano, English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
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.

Cast Overview :

Henry Hill
by: Ray Liotta
James Conway
by: Robert De Niro
Tommy DeVito
by: Joe Pesci
Karen Hill
by: Lorraine Bracco
Paul Cicero
by: Paul Sorvino
Frankie Carbone
by: Frank Sivero
Sonny Bunz
by: Tony Darrow
Frenchy
by: Mike Starr
Billy Batts
by: Frank Vincent
Morris Kessler
by: Chuck Low
Tuddy Cicero
by: Frank DiLeo
Himself
by: Henny Youngman
Janice Rossi
by: Gina Mastrogiacomo
Tommy's Mother
by: Catherine Scorsese
Vinnie
by: Charles Scorsese
Karen's Mother
by: Suzanne Shepherd
Sandy
by: Debi Mazar
Belle Kessler
by: Margo Winkler
Lois Byrd
by: Welker White
Himself
by: Jerry Vale
Mickey Conway
by: Julie Garfield
Young Henry
by: Christopher Serrone
Henry's Mother
by: Elaine Kagan
Henry's Father
by: Beau Starr
Michael Hill
by: Kevin Corrigan
Spider
by: Michael Imperioli
Bobby Vinton
by: Robbie Vinton
Johnny Roastbeef
by: Johnny Williams
Dr. Dan
by: Daniel P. Conte
Tony
by: Tony Conforti
Johnny Dio
by: Frank Pellegrino
Ronnie
by: Ronald Maccone
Tony Stacks
by: Tony Sirico
Young Tommy
by: Joseph D'Onofrio
City Detective #1
by: Steve Forleo
City Detective #2
by: Richard Dioguardi
Anthony Stabile
by: Frank Adonis
Nickey Eyes
by: John Manca
Mikey Franzese
by: Joseph Bono
Diane
by: Katherine Wallach
Bruce
by: Mark Evan Jacobs
Cicero's Wife
by: Angela Pietropinto
Tuddy's Wife
by: Marianne Leone Cooper
Mrs. Carbone
by: Marie Michaels
Frenchy's Wife
by: LoNardo
Angie
by: Melissa Prophet
Rosie
by: Illeana Douglas
Susan
by: Susan Varon
Tommy's Girlfriend
by: Elizabeth Whitcraft
Joe Buddha
by: Clem Caserta
Stacks Edwards
by: Samuel L. Jackson
Johnny Roastbeef's Wife
by: Fran McGee
Dealer
by: Paul Herman
Edward McDonald
by: Edward McDonald
Defense Attorney
by: Edward Hayes
Young Henry's Sister #1
by: Daniela Barbosa
Young Henry's Sister #2
by: Gina Mattia
Young Henry's Older Brother
by: Joel Calendrillo
Young Michael
by: Anthony Valentin
Liquor Cop #1
by: Edward D. Murphy
Liquor Cop #2
by: Michael Citriniti
Mailman
by: Peter Hock
Barbeque Wiseguy
by: Erasmus C. Alfano
Bleeding Man
by: John Di Benedetto
Gambling Doorman
by: Manny Alfaro
Hijacked Driver
by: Thomas Lowry
School Guard
by: Margaret Smith
Cop #1
by: Richard Mullally
Mob Lawyer
by: Frank Albanese
Judge - 1956
by: Paul McIsaac
Truck Driver at Diner
by: Bob Golub
Fat Andy
by: Louis Eppolito
Frankie The Wop
by: Tony Lip
Freddy No Nose
by: Mikey Black
Pete The Killer
by: Peter Cicale
Jimmy Two Times
by: Anthony Powers
Man with Coatrack
by: Vincent Pastore
Henry's 60's crew
by: Anthony Alessandro
Henry's 60's crew
by: Victor Colicchio
Cicero 60's Crew
by: Mike Contessa
Cicero's 60's crew
by: Philip Suriano
Terrorized Waiter
by: Paul Mougey
Bouncer
by: Norman Barbera
Copa Captain
by: Anthony Polemeni
Henry Greeter #1
by: James Quattrochi
Henry Greeter #2
by: Lawrence Sacco
Henry Greeter #3
by: Dino Laudicina
Mr. Tony Hood #1
by: Thomas E. Camuti
Mr. Tony Hood #2
by: Andrew Scudiero
Copa Announcer
by: Irving Welzer
Beach Club Waiter
by: Jesse Kirtzman
Bruce's Brother #1
by: Russell Halley
Bruce's Brother #2
by: Spencer Bradley
Karen's Dad
by: Bob Altman
Marie #1
by: Joanna Bennett
Marie #2
by: Gayle Lewis
Paul #3
by: Gaetano Lisi
Truck Driver
by: Luke Walter
Detective Deacy
by: Ed Deacy
Detective Silvestri
by: Larry Silvestri
Batts' Crew #1
by: John 'Cha Cha' Ciarcia
Vito
by: Vito Picone
Vito's Girlfriend
by: Janis Corsair
Lisa
by: Lisa Dapolito
Batt's Crew #2
by: Frank Aquilino
Godfather at Table
by: Michael Calandrino
Prizefighter
by: Vito Antuofermo
Henry's 70's Crew
by: Vincent Gallo
Henry's 70's Crew
by: Gaetano LoGiudice
Henry's 70's Crew
by: Garry Pastore
Carbone's Girlfriend
by: Nicole Burdette
Henry's Older Child - Judy
by: Stella Keitel
Henry's Baby - Ruth
by: Dominique DeVito
Bar Patron
by: Michaelangelo Graziano
Janice's Girlfriend #1
by: Paula Kcira
Janoce's Girlfriend #2
by: Nadine Kay
Bridal Shop Owner
by: Tony Ellis
Florida Bookie
by: Peter Onorati
Bookie's Sister
by: Jamie De Roy
Judge - 1971
by: Joel Blake
Security Guard with Lobsters
by: H. Clay Dear
Drug Buyer
by: Thomas Hewson
Prison Guard in Booth
by: Gene Canfield
Judy Hill at 10 Years
by: Margaux Guerard
Ruth Hill at 8 Years
by: Violet Gaynor
Parole Officer
by: Tobin Bell
Stacks' Girlfriend
by: Berlinda Tolbert
Joe Buddha's Wife
by: Nancy Cassaro
Kid
by: Adam Wandt
Garbage Man
by: Joe Gioco
Doctor
by: Isiah Whitlock Jr.
Judy Hill at 13 Years
by: Alyson Jones
Ruth Hill at 11 Years
by: Ruby Gaynor
Arresting Narc
by: Bo Dietl
50's Wiseguy (uncredited)
by: Frank Cassini
Truck Hijacker (uncredited)
by: Anthony Caso
Nickey Eyes' Girlfriend (uncredited)
by: Lisa Bostnar

Member Reviews :

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
  John Chard