Special 10:30pm show! We’re breaking out one of the biggest & baddest of the ’80s, Brian De Palma’s stylish, influential and completely unforgettable SCARFACE. What would be a career-defining apex for most any actor was yet another notch in Pacino’s endless arsenal of iconic screen performances. Scarface marked one of Al’s first screen performances in which he moved in the fearlessly operatic, flamboyantly knife-edged mode that deliciously colors many of his later efforts — and it remains untouchable to this day. Plus, it’s still fun as hell, especially with the timeless soundtrack and searing Giorgio Moroder score cranked LOUD.
Dir. Brian De Palma, 1983, 35mm, 170 min.

Watch the trailer for Scarface!
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