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GoodFellas

"Three decades of life in the mafia."

1990-09-12 Drama 2hr 25m

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.

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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.

  • Released
    1990-09-12
  • Revenue
    $46,800,000
  • Budget
    $25,000,000
  • Runtime
    2hr 25m
  • Genre
    Drama, Crime
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    Italiano, English
  • imdb-logo
    8.7
  • Production
    Winkler Films

Crew

Martin Scorsese
Director
Martin Scorsese
Screenplay
Irwin Winkler
Producer

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Cast

Ray Liotta

Ray Liotta

Henry Hill
Robert De Niro

Robert De Niro

James Conway
Joe Pesci

Joe Pesci

Tommy DeVito
Paul Sorvino

Paul Sorvino

Paul Cicero
Frank Sivero

Frank Sivero

Frankie Carbone
Tony Darrow

Tony Darrow

Sonny Bunz
Mike Starr

Mike Starr

Frenchy
Frank Vincent

Frank Vincent

Billy Batts
Chuck Low

Chuck Low

Morris Kessler
Frank DiLeo

Frank DiLeo

Tuddy Cicero
Catherine Scorsese

Catherine Scorsese

Tommy's Mother
Suzanne Shepherd

Suzanne Shepherd

Karen's Mother
Margo Winkler

Margo Winkler

Belle Kessler
Welker White

Welker White

Lois Byrd
Jerry Vale

Jerry Vale

Himself
Julie Garfield

Julie Garfield

Mickey Conway
Elaine Kagan

Elaine Kagan

Henry's Mother
Beau Starr

Beau Starr

Henry's Father
Kevin Corrigan

Kevin Corrigan

Michael Hill
Robbie Vinton

Robbie Vinton

Bobby Vinton
Johnny Williams

Johnny Williams

Johnny Roastbeef
Tony Sirico

Tony Sirico

Tony Stacks
Joseph D'Onofrio

Joseph D'Onofrio

Young Tommy
Steve Forleo

Steve Forleo

City Detective #1
Richard Dioguardi

Richard Dioguardi

City Detective #2
Frank Adonis

Frank Adonis

Anthony Stabile
John Manca

John Manca

Nickey Eyes
Joseph Bono

Joseph Bono

Mikey Franzese
Angela Pietropinto

Angela Pietropinto

Cicero's Wife
Marie Michaels

Marie Michaels

Mrs. Carbone
LoNardo

LoNardo

Frenchy's Wife
Elizabeth Whitcraft

Elizabeth Whitcraft

Tommy's Girlfriend
Clem Caserta

Clem Caserta

Joe Buddha
Samuel L. Jackson

Samuel L. Jackson

Stacks Edwards
Fran McGee

Fran McGee

Johnny Roastbeef's Wife
Edward McDonald

Edward McDonald

Edward McDonald
Edward Hayes

Edward Hayes

Defense Attorney
Gina Mattia

Gina Mattia

Young Henry's Sister #2
Joel Calendrillo

Joel Calendrillo

Young Henry's Older Brother
Anthony Valentin

Anthony Valentin

Young Michael
Edward D. Murphy

Edward D. Murphy

Liquor Cop #1
Michael Citriniti

Michael Citriniti

Liquor Cop #2
Peter Hock

Peter Hock

Mailman
Erasmus C. Alfano

Erasmus C. Alfano

Barbeque Wiseguy
John Di Benedetto

John Di Benedetto

Bleeding Man
Manny Alfaro

Manny Alfaro

Gambling Doorman
Thomas Lowry

Thomas Lowry

Hijacked Driver
Margaret Smith

Margaret Smith

School Guard
Frank Albanese

Frank Albanese

Mob Lawyer
Paul McIsaac

Paul McIsaac

Judge - 1956
Bob Golub

Bob Golub

Truck Driver at Diner
Tony Lip

Tony Lip

Frankie The Wop
Mikey Black

Mikey Black

Freddy No Nose
Peter Cicale

Peter Cicale

Pete The Killer
Anthony Powers

Anthony Powers

Jimmy Two Times
Vincent Pastore

Vincent Pastore

Man with Coatrack
Anthony Alessandro

Anthony Alessandro

Henry's 60's crew
Victor Colicchio

Victor Colicchio

Henry's 60's crew
Mike Contessa

Mike Contessa

Cicero 60's Crew
Philip Suriano

Philip Suriano

Cicero's 60's crew
Paul Mougey

Paul Mougey

Terrorized Waiter
Anthony Polemeni

Anthony Polemeni

Copa Captain
James Quattrochi

James Quattrochi

Henry Greeter #1
Lawrence Sacco

Lawrence Sacco

Henry Greeter #2
Dino Laudicina

Dino Laudicina

Henry Greeter #3
Thomas E. Camuti

Thomas E. Camuti

Mr. Tony Hood #1
Andrew Scudiero

Andrew Scudiero

Mr. Tony Hood #2
Irving Welzer

Irving Welzer

Copa Announcer
Jesse Kirtzman

Jesse Kirtzman

Beach Club Waiter
Russell Halley

Russell Halley

Bruce's Brother #1
Spencer Bradley

Spencer Bradley

Bruce's Brother #2
Bob Altman

Bob Altman

Karen's Dad
Gayle Lewis

Gayle Lewis

Marie #2
Luke Walter

Luke Walter

Truck Driver
Ed Deacy

Ed Deacy

Detective Deacy
Larry Silvestri

Larry Silvestri

Detective Silvestri
Janis Corsair

Janis Corsair

Vito's Girlfriend
Frank Aquilino

Frank Aquilino

Batt's Crew #2
Michael Calandrino

Michael Calandrino

Godfather at Table
Vito Antuofermo

Vito Antuofermo

Prizefighter
Vincent Gallo

Vincent Gallo

Henry's 70's Crew
Gaetano LoGiudice

Gaetano LoGiudice

Henry's 70's Crew
Garry Pastore

Garry Pastore

Henry's 70's Crew
Nicole Burdette

Nicole Burdette

Carbone's Girlfriend
Stella Keitel

Stella Keitel

Henry's Older Child - Judy
Dominique DeVito

Dominique DeVito

Henry's Baby - Ruth
Paula Kcira

Paula Kcira

Janice's Girlfriend #1
Nadine Kay

Nadine Kay

Janoce's Girlfriend #2
Tony Ellis

Tony Ellis

Bridal Shop Owner
Peter Onorati

Peter Onorati

Florida Bookie
Jamie deRoy

Jamie deRoy

Bookie's Sister
Joel Blake

Joel Blake

Judge - 1971
H. Clay Dear

H. Clay Dear

Security Guard with Lobsters
Thomas Hewson

Thomas Hewson

Drug Buyer
Gene Canfield

Gene Canfield

Prison Guard in Booth
Margaux Guerard

Margaux Guerard

Judy Hill at 10 Years
Violet Gaynor

Violet Gaynor

Ruth Hill at 8 Years
Tobin Bell

Tobin Bell

Parole Officer
Berlinda Tolbert

Berlinda Tolbert

Stacks' Girlfriend
Nancy Cassaro

Nancy Cassaro

Joe Buddha's Wife
Joe Gioco

Joe Gioco

Garbage Man
Alyson Jones

Alyson Jones

Judy Hill at 13 Years
Ruby Gaynor

Ruby Gaynor

Ruth Hill at 11 Years
Bo Dietl

Bo Dietl

Arresting Narc
Frank Cassini

Frank Cassini

50's Wiseguy (uncredited)
Anthony Caso

Anthony Caso

Truck Hijacker (uncredited)
Lisa Bostnar

Lisa Bostnar

Nickey Eyes' Girlfriend (uncredited)
Billy L. Sullivan

Billy L. Sullivan

Jimmy's Son (uncredited)
Daniela Barbosa

Daniela Barbosa

Young Henry's Sister #1
Vito Balsamo

Vito Balsamo

Henry's 70's Crew
Peter Fain

Peter Fain

Henry's 70's Crew

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Reviews for GoodFellas
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A Review by John Chard 9

Written by John Chard on 2014-11-16

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 ... read more

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

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A Review by Ahmetaslan27 7

Written by Ahmetaslan27 on 2023-03-15

Martin Scorsese (director) always loves details in crime films, but he is not primarily interested in the crime itself. That is why his film... read more

Martin Scorsese (director) always loves details in crime films, but he is not primarily interested in the crime itself. That is why his films are always produced with details that you may see as unimportant to you, especially if you want to see the movie for the purpose of seeing scenes of theft, murder, and so on, but you see the opposite. Somewhat other details are visible on the scene mostly The film talks about liberation, stereotypes, and entering a new world for humanity. It was Ray Liotta (Henry). He wanted, as I said, to break free from stereotypes and enter the world of gangs. Martin Scorsese (the director) filmed this unfamiliar life and directed it in the form of a film similar to documentaries because he filmed it as if it were a real, realistic life. That is why the presence of Voice Over was important in order to give you the feeling that there is a person sitting next to you telling you the story while whispering in your ear as it happens in the movies documentaries.

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A Review by Geronimo1967 7

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2023-08-26

Ray Liotta is superb here as "Henry Hill", a man whom ever since he was young has been captivated by the mob. He starts off as a runner and ... read more

Ray Liotta is superb here as "Henry Hill", a man whom ever since he was young has been captivated by the mob. He starts off as a runner and before too long has ingratiated himself with the local fraternity lead by "Paulie" (Paul Sorvino) and is best mates with fellow hoods, the enigmatic and devious "Jimmy" (Robert De Niro) and the excellently vile "Tommy" (Joe Pesci). They put together an audacious robbery at JFK and are soon the talk of the town, but the latter in the trio is a bit of a live-wire and when he goes just a bit too far one night, the three of them find that their really quite idyllic lives of extortion and larceny start to go awry - and it's their own who are on their tracks. Scorsese takes him time with this story: the development of the characters - their personalities, trust, inter-reliance, sometimes divided, fractured, loyalties and ruthlessness and are built up in a thoroughly convincing fashion. We can, ourselves, see the obvious attractions for the young "Henry" of a life so very far removed from his working class Irish-Italian background - the wine, the women, the thrills; it's tantalising! If anything let's it down it's the last half hour; it's just a little too predictable and having spent so long building up the characters, we seem to be in just a bit too much of a rush; but that is a nit-pick. It's not the "Godfather" but it is not far short.

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A Review by John Chard

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 e...

reviewer avatar

A Review by John Chard 9

Written by John Chard on 2014-11-16

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 ...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by Ahmetaslan27 7

Written by Ahmetaslan27 on 2023-03-15

Martin Scorsese (director) always loves details in crime films, but he is not primarily interested in the crime itself. That is why his films are always produced with details that you may see as unimp...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by Geronimo1967 7

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2023-08-26

Ray Liotta is superb here as "Henry Hill", a man whom ever since he was young has been captivated by the mob. He starts off as a runner and before too long has ingratiated himself with the local frate...

read more