By - Comprehensive_Sun230
The Wire - tv series
Seconded. Arguably the greatest series of all time.
Once upon a Time in America
Road to Perdition
Lock, stock and two smoking Barrells
Miller’s Crossing. Best on the list
It's a little different, but I highly recommend their Road to Perdition rec. It's one of my all-time favorite films.
Oh, and The Departed is great too. They all are honestly.
Boardwalk Empire on HBO Max is really good series
American Me, Blood In Blood Out, The Irishman, Kill The Irishman, The Usual Suspects and Mobsters to name a few.
Oh, and The Untouchables!
Infernal Affairs (The Departed is a remake of this)
Once Upon A Time In America
City of God
The Boondock Saints
Calm With Horses
For some British Gangsters, Snatch and Lock, Stock
Might be able to consider Leon: The Professional a Gangster
i’ve watched reservoir dogs like 4 hours ago lol. wild ending lmao. scarface also watched. heard about leon the professional.
the rest i’ll add to my watchlist. thx for suggestions🤞
The departed. Irishman.
i’ve been waiting on irishman. it’s long af so i wanna watch it sometime when i won’t get bored lol
You are open to series but won’t watch a three hr movie? Just break it into hrs if needed.
with a series u have more time to digest whats happening and follow the narrative but with a movie, unless its very well writtten i kinda get bored. this with movies over 3 hours and such
You’ll probably get bored with Irishman then. I am saying this as someone who has watched the movie around 10 times and thinks it’s top 5 Scorsese.
Fuck that just watch The Departed and thank us later.
The Irishman is great but you NEED to watch The Departed.
aight bro heard u loud and clear. maybe even tomorrow i’ll see it
will never get tired of Irishman. the best for me!
Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead
added to watchlist 🤞
Spongey. Remember this.
State of Grace is a mob movie that is pretty much forgotten.
Gangs of Wasseypur Pt. 1 & 2 (2012)
* Pulp Fiction
* Jackie Brown
* Get Shorty
* Gangs of New York
* American Gangster
* Public Enemies
* A History of Violence
* The French Connection
* Lucky Number Slevin
* Killing Them Softly
* Running Scared
* Layer Cake
Booze, Broads, and Blackjack
The Public Enemy
King Of New York
The Red Circle, Dolemite, The Mack, White Heat, Kansas City Confidential, Mean streets, reservoir dogs
We own this city
Gangs of Wasseypur
Witness to the Mob
Finally someone mentions zerozerozero! That was a brilliant show and people sleep on it
no actually that’s interesting. thanks for the recommendation
Gangs of Wasseypur is considered as one of the greatest gangster genre movie of all time. It is a 5hr 20 minutes long movie divided in two parts.
A couple curveballs:
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
Warrior (HBO series about Tong, ie Chinese mafia, wars in 1870s San Francisco)
Boardwalk Empire (Series)
Road to Perdition
Donnie Brasco. Carlitos Way. City of God. The Raid. Public Enemy. Colors. South Central. There’s an anime called Gangsta.
Power - series on Starz
Jane Austen's Mafia!
For a series: The sopranos
Movies: The Irishman,
Many saints of newark (watch sopranos first),
Zero. Zero. Zero.
Sons of anarchy>>>>>>>>
New World (2013)
Infernal Affairs ( 1 & 2)
The Blood of Wolves ( 1 & 2)
Yakuza and the Family
Gangs of London ( tv series)
Gangster Number One.
I've always been a fan of Knockaround Guys. It's about 4 guys (two of which are the sons of the head mobsters) who go to a small town and try to pull some shit but get in way over their head.
One out of the ordinary: At Close Range, about a crime family in rural America.
I like watching Yakuza/Triad films
The Handcuff (1979)
Infernal Affairs (2002)
Battles Without Honor and Humanity film series
Gangs of London
State of Grace
A Better Tomorrow (HK)
Once Upon a Time in America
Nameless Gangster (S. Korea)
At Close Range
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My favorite. A Bronx tale
classic. has a special place in my heart
Gotti, starring John Travolta.