Keywords: #American Gangster #Armand Assante #Chiwetel Ejiofor #Cuba Gooding Jr. #Denzel Washington #Josh Brolin #Ridley Scott #Russell Crowe #Ted Levine
Actors Of "American Gangster"
Characters Of "American Gangster"
Director of "American Gangster"
Critics Of "American Gangster"
Fayetteville Free Weekly
February 02, 2009 When American Gangster was announced, with actors Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe and directed by Ridley Scott, it seemed like a can't miss project. It missed.Read in Source
July 14, 2011 It's 157 minutes long, but immerses its audience with its twists and intricacies as it plays out and considers the logistics and consequences of crime and police corruption, with a plethora of show-stealing performances from the cast.Read in Source
February 03, 2008 Scott's not interested in fireworks but small implosions of the soul and ego.Read in Source
November 05, 2007 For all its grit, style and atmosphere, Gangster never sweeps you away. It has neither the lurid bravado of De Palma's "Scarface" nor the intimate grasp of the criminal lifestyle you find in Scorsese or Coppola.Read in Source
Matt's Movie Reviews
July 07, 2010 American Gangster is an epic, true crime drama, that although not entirely original in its premise is excellent in its execution.Read in Source
November 14, 2007 Like much of his oeuvre, Scott's scaled-up movie is bigger than life - and lesser for it. But while never digging deeply or darkly enough to match its own grand vision of itself, slick technique drives the story forward with pace and style.Read in Source
October 18, 2008 Ridley Scott's gangster flick aims high and mostly measures up.Read in Source
November 06, 2007 How much truth we get in the movie version is hard to say...nobody much cares if it's gospel, as long as it's riveting. Here, alas, it is not.Read in Source
August 27, 2009 Flattened by Scott's cardboard evocation of New York in the '70s, Zaillian's shallow criticism of corrupting power, and weirdly bloodless performancesRead in Source
November 03, 2012 Though it's certainly admirable to aim high, it's like Frank Lucas himself says: "Either you're somebody, or you ain't nobody." Unfortunately for American Gangster, it ends up somewhere between the two.Read in Source
Soundtracks Of "American Gangster"
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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