"He was Tony Montana, but the world will remember him by another name: Scarface." This 1983 crime drama directed by Brian de Palma has been ranked by the American Film Institute as the tenth best gangster movie ever, and Al Pacino's gritty performance was nominated for a Golden Globe award.
The story line concerns a young Cuban immigrant who gets to Miami Beach, hooks up with a criminal gang, and becomes a ruthless killer. Scarface is a violent movie with car bombs, chainsaws, guns and drugs, but it has become a cultural icon. Its black and white poster is still in print and still very popular.