No genre has influenced the public’s perception of criminals more than gangster films. For more than 80 years, the best gangster movies have captivated and captivated the minds of millions, from pre-ban crime in the Prohibition era to gang life in the 21st century. Our list of the 20 best gangster movies of all time includes films that span the globe and were shot in different periods with vastly different budgets.
Whether it’s sensational like Scarface De Palma or gritty like Singleton’s Boyz n the Hood, audiences are starting to see gangsters in a new way. But their interesting similarity is that they are all responsible for shaping public opinion about gangsters. Let us look at some of the best mafia movies in Hollywood for its fans.
20- The Irishman
Release date: 2019 (USA)
Director: Martin Scorsese
Adapted from: I Heard You Paint Houses
Awards: Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, MORE
Producers: Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, Randall Emmett, MORE
Nominations: Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, MORE
The Irishman is one of the new gangster films of the decade, one of Martin Scorsese’s best films, and one of the best films ever made. I think there is so much to say about this film, but no words can capture its brilliance of this film. I’ve seen it twice now, and I have to say that watching certain scenes changes the feeling. I can better appreciate the film’s final hour now, which conveys the futility and devastation of the inevitable fate knocking on these people’s doors.
I just fell in love with the movie. Martin Scorsese directed a film with a dream team including Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel. The show is perfect, to be honest. There’s nothing wrong with either show. I can’t name one scene where I thought the show wasn’t great.
Frank Sheeran, an ageing Irish-American veteran of World War II, describes his time as a mafia hitman in a nursing home. In the 1950s, Sheeran worked as a union pickup truck driver and began selling some of the contents of his shipments to local criminal Sninny Razor, a member of the Philadelphia crime family led by Angelo Bruno.
Sheeran’s employer accused him of stealing, but after Sheeran refused to tell the judge who his client was, union attorney Bill Bufalino dismissed the case. Bill introduces Sheeran Russell Bufalino, the head of a mafia family in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Sheeran began painting houses for Russell and other members of the South Philadelphia mob movies, a euphemism for hit-and-run.
Initial release: May 5, 2020
Director: Clark Duke
Music by: The Flaming Lips Alexander Taylor Matthew James
Based on: Arkansas; by John Brandon
Production companies: Hercules Film Fund; Rhea Films; Storyboard Media; Sprockfeller Pictures; Don Kee Productions; Media Finance Capital
Distributed by: Lionsgate Films
I love this new gangster movie. The Devendra Banhart/Flaming Lips soundtrack enhances the film and gives it a surreal southern feel. I highly recommend this film. There’s got to be some tremendous Southern dialogue, one of my favourites being “I didn’t get so smart by accident.”
Kyle Ribb, a drug dealer who is part of a criminal organization run by a man named Frog, is “promoted” to an Arkansas wholesale business. Kyle and his new friend Swin Horne meet Bright, a park ranger related to Frog. He said that Kyle and Sweeney would work under him and live in the parking lot under the guise of a park ranger while smuggling drugs into the southern states.
Sweeney begins dating Jonah, a nurse who introduces him to a strange Swiss shopkeeper. Kyle and Sweeney are assigned to do a bargain in Castor, Louisiana, where they ship goods to a talkative Greece by a woman named “Her”. Nick, his grandson, accompanies them on the trip back to Arkansas. In a fight over Nick’s gun, he engages Bright in his house and tortures him for his stash of money, but both are killed. Kyle and Sweeney bury the bodies, believing that they will be held accountable if the Frog organization finds out what happened. Kyle returns to Castor and kills the older Greek.
18- Silk Road
Director: Tiller Russell
Writers: Tiller Russell(written for the screen by)David Kushner(based on the article “Dead End on Silk Road: Internet Crime Kingpin Ross Ulbricht’s Big Fall” by)
Stars: Nick Robinson, Jennifer Yun, Jimmi Simpson
Silk Road is one of Tyler Russell’s new gangster films that do very well, picks up on what’s going on, and the strong acting from Nick Robinson, Jennifer Yune and Jimmy Simpson makes it even more enjoyable. I’ve seen it twice now, and I have to say that watching certain scenes changes the feeling. This film succeeded in making Ulbricht’s motives understandable to the audience.
FBI and DEA agent Rick Bowden, nicknamed “Jurassic Narc,” arrested Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht. Ross Ulbricht, an enthusiastic and ambitious young man, builds Silk Road, the first unregulated bazaar on the internet. Ulbricht catches the eye of Rick Bowden, an unpredictable, dangerous DEA agent. The latter will use any means necessary to bring him down as the website grows into a multimillion-dollar drug channel.
Release date: April 16, 2021 (USA)
Director: George Gallo
Music composed by: Aldo Shllaku
Story by: Samuel Bartlett
Produced by: Richard Salvatore; David E. Ornston; Nate Adams
Distributed by: Lionsgate
This new gangster movie rocks, full of action and suspense, and I love the ending! It was action-packed, and despite having a few plot holes, it was way better than many other films. It is a solid watch once you get over the initial shock. Fingers crossed for me!
Retired detective Damon (Morgan Freeman) takes his daughter hostage, forcing Victoria (Ruby Rose), his former drug mule and handler, to spend the night around town collecting sacks of money. Victoria discovers that at every stop throughout the night, she is attacked by a strange villain from her past. Meanwhile, a police officer breaks into Damon’s house and is killed by Damon.
Victoria was arrested on her last trip and escorted to the governor’s house. The governor asks Victoria to help defeat Damon, but Victoria refuses and kills him. While returning to Damon’s apartment, Victoria is reunited with her daughter.
Release date: March 26, 2021 (USA)
Director: Ilya Naishuller
Box office: 57.5 million USD
Budget: 16 million USD
Music composed by: David Buckley
Producers: Bob Odenkirk, David Leitch, Kelly McCormick, Marc Provissiero, Braden Aftergood
Pretty standard action premise but well executed, and a low budget gives it a movie feel. Odenkirk’s storyline is exciting, and the writing doesn’t feel old-fashioned or cliché, given the subject matter. It’s no cookie-cutter; the heroes can go wrong and are far from invincible, the family aspect isn’t cheesy or distracting, and we see Christopher Lloyd’s dual-wielding weapon.
That’s how fun should be, and it’s way ahead of other new gangster movies that are too stylized or one-way. In my opinion, he does everything he tries to do VERY well, and his pacing is almost perfect. You don’t get Citizen Kane, you get what you want by watching this kind of film, and I hope we see a sequel.
Emmy winner Hutch Mansell is played by Bob Odenkirk (“Better Call Sol,” “The Post,” Nebraska), an underappreciated and neglected father and a husband who takes life’s humiliations and never complains. He’s a nobody. Hutch refuses to protect himself or his family when two thieves sneak into his suburban home one night, trying to escape more violence. Blake (Gage Munro, The Shack) isn’t happy with him, and Becca (Connie Nielsen, Wonder Woman) seems to be drifting away from him.
Hutch’s long-smouldering rage is revived after the accident, which leads him down a path of death that will uncover dark secrets and dangerous abilities. In a whirlwind of punches, gunfire, and screeching tires, Hutch must save his family from a ruthless foe (famous Russian actor Alexey Serebryakov, Amazon’s McMafia) while making sure he’s never questioned again.
15- Wrath of Man
Release date: May 7, 2021 (USA)
Director: Guy Ritchie
Box office: $104 million
Based on: Cash Truck; by Nicolas Boukhrief
Music by: Chris Benstead
Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Miramax, Lionsgate Films
This film is very good with a wide variety of characters and has a unique way of unfolding events divided into well-titled chapters. Jason has always been one of my favourite actors since I was a kid; he is imposing and convincing in new gangster movies. Beautiful dialogues make the scene seem brutal and tense. Guy Ritchie did a great job on this film, which deserves credit. I highly recommend it to John Wick and Nobody fans.
A mysterious and wild-eyed new armoured personnel carrier impresses his comrades when he unleashes his talent for precision in theft. He didn’t know who he was or where he came from, and the rest of the team didn’t know who he was. Sagittarius’ ultimate goal becomes apparent when he makes a dramatic and irreversible effort to settle the score.
14- In Bruges
Release date: February 8, 2008 (USA)
Director: Martin McDonagh
Box office: 34.5 million USD
Music by: Carter Burwell
Budget: $15 million
Distributed by: Focus Features, Universal Pictures, Film4 Productions, Blueprint Pictures
I watch the only new gangster movie when I want to spend some time alone and feel refreshed. The background music by Kurt Burwell gives you goosebumps. It’s funny, brutal, unexpected and unpredictable. Gleeson and Farrell are at their best, refreshing with their accents.
This film alludes to so many levels / so much whiny snowflake material. The ending is so dramatic and meaningful that you love and respect each character. Amazing!
Martin McDonagh’s debut feature film, In Bruges, is a 2008 black crime comedy written and directed by him. Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson play two Irish hitmen on the run from their angry boss, Ralph Fiennes. This film was shot in and around Bruges, Belgium. On February 8, 2008, the limited release In Bruges opened in the United States as the opening film for the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.
For his work in a new gangster film, Farrell won a Golden Globe for Best Actor – Musical or Comedy, while Gleason was nominated in the same category. McDonough won the BAFTA award for Best Original Screenplay and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.
13- Point Break 1991
Release date: July 12, 1991 (USA)
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Music by: Mark Isham
Story by: Rick King; W. Peter Iliff
Box office: $83.5 million
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures, 20th Century Studios, Pathé
Patrick Swayze is compelling, and there is an excellent supporting cast like John McGinley and Gary Busey. I think it was an excellent performance from Keanu Reeves too, and I think the role was for him. Moreover, I think this film is a potent mix of action and crime.
I saw it in full for the first time last week and realized it was about “past presidents”. Addicted to new gangster movies and love the action, chemistry, dialogue and quotes. Also inspired me to try surfing yesterday – a worthwhile film. Try not to obsess too much. Stop waiting! Go and Watch now.
Point Break is a 1991 American crime action thriller directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by W. Peter Iliff. The film’s stars are Patrick Swayze, Keanu Reeves, Laurie Petty and Gary Busey. The title of the new gangster film is a play on the term “point break”, which describes how a wave breaks when it reaches a point of land jutting out of the shore.
In the film, Reeves plays an undercover FBI agent tasked with determining the identity of a group of bank robbers while developing a complex relationship with the group’s leader. Filmed on the west coast of the continental United States, it was officially estimated to cost $24 million before its mainstream release on July 12, 1991.
12- The League of Gentlemen (1960)
Release date: April 5, 1960 (United Kingdom)
Director: Basil Dearden
Adapted from: The League of Gentlemen
Music by: Philip Green
Distributed by: British Lion Films
A fine experiment in Ealing’s tone, specifically the black comics Kind Hearts and Crowns or The Naked Truth, with high-end folk happily straying from the straight and narrow. The fact that one is encouraged to sympathize with a group of high-end soldiers who succumb to crime is a sign of the strange success of a new gangster film. The wits, camaraderie, and grief of the ex-soldiers are very well made; Stranded in peacetime, premeditated heists allow some range for their abilities.
Lieutenant Col. Hyde, who has been forced into retirement, enlists the help of seven disgruntled ex-soldiers on a special mission. Everyone has a dark past, faces financial difficulties and is a trained specialist in their field. His job was a bank robbery, and despite the dismay of the civilians, Hyde and the second-in-command of the Race instilled military discipline and group planning.
11- The Killing (1956)
Release date: May 20, 1956 (USA)
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Adapted from: Clean Break
Music by: Gerald Fried
Distributed by: United Artists
An exciting and fast-paced new mafia movie, this one. It’s interesting because it shows the theft of $2 million from the racetrack from the perspective of each gang member. Moreover, it’s a well-tuned operation, meticulously planned by the gang leader and expertly narrated by Sterling Hayden. However, it’s fine-tuned, except that it doesn’t include “what if”. What if there is a new twist? What if something goes wrong?
Johnny Clay got five people, including two insiders, to pull off a $2 million heist at Lansdowne Raceway, dividing the proceeds five ways after deducting costs. Except for Johnny, neither of the men was criminal in the traditional sense of the word. Johnny hires two people from outside the team to perform specific tasks for a fixed price; The other four team members won’t meet or find out who the two mercenaries are, and the two mercenaries aren’t told about the bigger picture of the robbery. No one, not even family members, could know about the work.
10- Mafioso (1962)
Release date: October 25, 1962 (Italy)
Director: Alberto Lattuada
Music by: Piero Piccioni; Nino Rota
Distributed by: Rialto Pictures
Why to Watch
Fantastic New Mob Movies; From the opening scene, where the music is in sync with the factory environment, the film quickly transports you to Sicily, where the action begins quickly and without stopping. Alberto Sordi is a great actor in comedy and drama. He stands out as the person chosen to do the “work”. Don and his assistant are very kind. The script is tight, and the direction is perfect. A simple description of the unadorned mafia world. It must be seen.
Antonio is a happy and conscientious employee at an auto factory in northern Italy. He went on vacation to Sicily with his wife and two girls so they could see his hometown and get to know his family. Antonio hoped to show them around and clear up many prejudices against Sicilians. He even debunked mafia stereotypes, claiming to be a gangster as a teenager was like being a messenger. However, when Antonio looks back on his time in Sicily, he discovers there is more to Sicily than he thought.
9- A Better Tomorrow (1986)
Release date: August 2, 1986 (Hong Kong)
Director: John Woo
Film series: A Better Tomorrow
Awards: Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film
Languages: English, Chinese, Cantonese, Mandarin
Screenplay: John Woo, Chan Hing-Ka, Leung Suk-Wah
This movie just works!! Aside from Woo’s top-notch action sequences, I was blown away by the big story. Chow Yun Fat was great as Mark, and Leslie Cheung was excellent as Kit. However, I believe the primary focus should be on Ti Lung, who is fantastic as Ho. The importance of the story of loyalty and friendship cannot be overstated. Also, the chemistry between the actors is so apparent that you can tell that they had a lot of fun making this new gangster movie. That is something I have observed myself over and over again.
The storyline revolves around two brothers, one a successful forger and the other a recent graduate from the Hong Kong Police Academy. The plot revolves around the rift that forms when the younger brother finds out that his older brother is a delinquent and the delinquent older brother attempts to change. There are lots of thefts, double crossings and gunfights along the way.
8- Scarface (1983)
Release date: December 9, 1983 (USA)
Director: Brian De Palma
Adapted from: Scarface
Music by: Giorgio Moroder
Box office: $66 million
Distributed by: Universal Pictures
Scarface is the best gangster film of all time, with Al Pacino’s spectacular performance as Tony Montana. The film has so many violent moments with gunfights and people being cut to pieces with chainsaws, but the scenes are still iconic with everything in them. The story is excellent with Tony Montana, whose power-ups and downs are one of the most remarkable narratives in a gangster film. It’s fantastic, 2 hours and 50 minutes to watch.
Tony Montana was able to leave Cuba during Mariel’s emigration in 1980. He ends up in a refugee camp in Florida, but his friend Manny has a plan for him: hire a hitman and win a green card. When a deal with a Colombian drug dealer fails, he quickly joins Frank Lopez’s team of drug dealers and proves his worth. He also brings a new level of brutality to Miami.
Tony protects his younger sister, but his profession is evident to his mother, who doesn’t recognize him. On the other hand, Tony is impatient and demands everything, including the royal Franks and his wife, Elvira Hancock. However, Tony’s extreme behaviour makes him a target once he reaches the top and things fall apart.
7- Donnie Brasco (1997)
Release date: February 28, 1997 (USA)
Director: Mike Newell
Adapted from: Donnie Brasco: My Undercover Life in the Mafia
Box office: $124.9 million
Nominations: Academy Award for Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay), MORE
Distributed by: TriStar Pictures, Summit Entertainment
Fantastic new gangster movie based on actual events. Director Mike Newell does a great job behind the scenes, but what’s on-screen is even better. The acting is brilliant, but that’s a Johnny Depp movie. Another significant part of this film is the story and suspense it has. It is a powerful film that every mob movies fan or just cinema buffs, in general, should see.
Donnie Brasco is a 1997 crime drama film directed by Mike Newell and starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp. Michael Madson, Bruno Kirby, James Russo and Ann Hatch all-star in supporting roles. The film, directed by Paul Attanasio, is based on the non-fiction book Donnie Brasco: My Life Undercover in the Mafia, written by Joseph D. Pistone and Richard Woodley and published in 1988.
Pistone (Depp), an undercover FBI agent who infiltrated the Bonanno crime family in 1970s New York under the pseudonym Donnie Brasco, a jewel thief from Vero Beach, Florida. He is loosely based on the true story of Pistone (Depp), An FBI undercover agent who infiltrated the Bonanno crime family in New York in 1970 under the alias Donnie Brasco, a Vero Beach gem thief; Brasco earned the trust of an ageing mob movies killer, Lefty Ruggiero (Pacino), who introduced him to secret oaths. As Donnie becomes more involved with the mob movies, he learns that he is blurring the line between federal agents and criminals and endangering his friend, Lefty.
6- The General (1998)
Release date: May 29, 1998 (Ireland)
Director: John Boorman
Adapted from: The General
Music by: Richie Buckley
Box office: $4 million
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Classics
The general certainly provides acting, direction, and entertainment value. It’s fast-paced and entertaining, and the main cast, especially Brendan Gleeson and Jon Voight, put on great performances. I would advise people to check out these new gangster films but know that the man they portray is not someone to be worshipped but an example of the most heinous criminals Ireland has produced in recent years. “The devil has the best stories,” they said.
The Riverview gang hatches a devious plan to overthrow the local priest at Chalk in Gravesend, southeast England, where trouble lurks around every corner. When it turned out that the priest knew karate, Dan Wakefield and his men hoped for more than they expected.
5- Kids Return (1996)
Release date: July 27, 1996 (Japan)
Director: Takeshi Kitano
Music by: Joe Hisaishi
Film series: Kids Return
Distributed by: Office Kitano
The character’s actions are very natural, and their lively personalities strongly influence me. It will introduce you to more previous attempts. The boxing match was thrilling. The friendship of the characters is unforgettable. Since this music is such an essential part of Takeshi’s work, I must commend Jô Hisaishi (composer).
The music is catchy and inspiring. It is a solid future film. This work entices me to look for more of Takeshi’s works. Because apart from Kurosawa, this is one of my favourite Japanese directors. There will be decent movies as well as fantastic new gangster movies. However, only one child will return. I won’t say anything about the plot because I don’t want to give anything away. You have to see it for yourself to believe it. You will never forget it, and you will never be sad about it.
Takeshi Kitano wrote, edited, and directed the 1996 Japanese film The Children Are Back. In a motorcycle accident, Kitano was paralyzed on one side of his body, and the film was shot shortly after his recovery. He quickly began developing Kids Return after undergoing extensive surgery and physical therapy, despite reports that he may never be able to work again.
Masaru (Ken Kaneko) and Shinji (Masanobu Yi) are two high school graduates looking for meaning and purpose in their lives by becoming yakuza lieutenant, one as a boxer and the other as a yakuza lieutenant. Joe Hisaishi is composing the soundtrack, and Katsumi Yanagishima is the cinematographer.
4- The Departed (2006)
Release date: October 6, 2006 (USA)
Director: Martin Scorsese
Box office: 291.5 million USD
Adapted from: Infernal Affairs
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures
Awards: Academy Award for Best Picture
It is not a movie; This is a magnificent, fantastic, unique, and unforgettable masterpiece. For the first time, I watched a film of this calibre. It is amazing! We know something about Nolan’s skill, direction, complexity and thinking. He has done a fantastic job directing these new gangster films. The new concept of gangster movies is to bring thoughts to life and create ideas in dreams.
From a psychological point of view, people don’t remember their dreams for very long, but this film has four levels of sleep. Leonardo is one of my favourite actors. He did an excellent job in this film, and I won’t say much more about him because that would give too much about the plot. So I advise you to look at this masterpiece and enjoy it.
The South Boston State Police Unit battles Irish-American organized crime in this crime-fighting master class. Billy Costigan, a young undercover cop, is assigned to infiltrate a criminal organization led by crime boss Frank Costello. While Billy quickly gains Costello’s trust, Colin Sullivan, a brutal young criminal who joins the state police as a syndicate informant, rises to prominence in the Special Investigations Unit.
Each individual is consumed by their double life, receiving information about the operations, plans and counter-plans they have infiltrated. However, when the mob movies and the police realize there’s a mole in their midst, Billy and Colin are in danger of being exposed and exposed to the enemy – and each must rush to discover the identity of the other in time to save. Are any of them ready to revive the friends and companions they’ve made during their long stint incognito?
3- Gomorrah (2008)
Release date: May 16, 2008 (Italy)
Director: Matteo Garrone
Adapted from: Gomorrah
Distributed by: RAI
Screenplay: Matteo Garrone, Roberto Saviano, Gianni Di Gregorio, Massimo Gaudioso, Maurizio Braucci, Ugo Chiti
Director Matteo Garrone has made a fantastic film. It is a living example of today’s new neo-realist mafia movies. The film, based on the famous novel of the same name by Roberto Saviano, enters the world of Camorta, one of the terrifying criminal organizations in the world. Moreover, the film immerses you in this hell for over two hours, letting you smell blood, feel the misery of the slums of Naples and experience a vicious cycle of violence, despair and injustice through simple, realistic cinematography, editing and aesthetics, as well as a cast of actors, who are primarily residents. It is a work of art you must see!
Gomorrah (Italian: Gomorrah) is a 2008 Italian crime film directed by Matteo Garrone. It is based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Roberto Saviano, with whom he also collaborated on the screenplay. In addition, it is about the Casalesi clan, a criminal gang belonging to the Camorra, a classic criminal organization based in Naples and Caserta in Campania, southern Italy.
The film premiered in Italy on May 16, 2008. It premiered in North America at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2008, followed by a February 13, 2009, release in New York and Los Angeles. He received critical acclaim at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival (for Garrone), winning the Grand Prix and seven Donatello David Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. He also won five awards at the 2008 European Film Awards.
2- The Public Enemy (1931)
Release date: April 23, 1931 (USA)
Director: William A. Wellman
Box office: $557,000
Budget: $151,000 or $230,000
Based on: Beer and Blood; by John Bright; Kubec Glassman
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures
James Cagney’s fifth new gangster film, The Public Enemy, mixes with some of the shadiest characters to ever grace the big screen, like Putty Nose and Paddy, who continue to come up with great line after line of great 1930s style. Sure, there are grapefruit scenes, but there are plenty of great scenes, like when Cagney tells a bartender, “uh, you Yella,” and slaps him. If you’ve never seen The Public Enemy, you should!
Tom Powers and Matt Doyle are close friends and fellow mobsters, with Tom’s reclusive brother Mike and Matt’s reclusive sister Molly disapproving of their lifestyle. From adolescence to young adulthood, Tom and Matt lead increasingly lucrative lives as smugglers during the Prohibition era. But Tom, in particular, became bolder in his actions and stubborn and harsh in treating those who disagreed with him or offended him.
After one of Tom and Matt’s comrades dies in a freak accident, a rival smuggling ring led by Paddy Ryan finds a hole in their gang. As a result of the gang fight, Paddy encourages Tom and Matt to go underground. On the other hand, Tom prefers to take matters into his own hands because of his personality.
1- The Godfather (1972)
Release date: March 24, 1972 (USA)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Story by: Mario Puzo
Featured song: Speak Softly Love
Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola, Mario Puzo, Robert Towne
Awards: Academy Award for Best Picture
A film that needs no criticism. The entire cast delivers a captivating performance, with all pre-written dialogue in the silver lining, epic sequences, and excellent acting from Marlon and Al Pacino. I want to cite the moment when Al Pacino visited two men in a hotel and decided to kill them both; This scene is majestic, scary, scary and exciting and shows what this male actor is like. Plus, there’s a psychopathic principal!!! What’s the direction? Everything is an excellent class for this new mafia movie; you can’t complain about anything, check and learn about leadership, family relationship decision making etc.
“Don” Vito Corleone’s godfather runs the Corleone crime family in New York. He’s at his daughter’s wedding. Michael, Vito’s youngest son and a highly respected World War II Marine, also attended the wedding. Michael doesn’t seem to want to work in the family business.
Vito is a strong personality, kind to those who value him but rude to those who don’t. On the other hand, Vito refuses to sell drugs to a powerful and ruthless rival who needs Don’s help. A conflict occurs between Vito’s old, faded values and new ways that can lead Michael to do something he’s always avoided: waging a mafia war against all other mafia families, potentially destroying the Corleone family.
In this article, we, for our readers, have summarized the new gangster movies. While gangster movies seem to be on the decline everywhere, Korea is on the rise. We hope you find this post helpful and watch the movies to enjoy the best gangster movies or mafia movies of the era.