2) Film made in 1932 based on the life of Al Capone, starring Paul Muni as Antonio "Tony" Camote, directed by Howard Hawks and produced by Howard Hughes.
3) Remake of the original movie "Scarface" of 1932, made in 1983 with what was a modern day setting (Early 1980s), based on the Mariel Harbor Boatlift and "The Cocaine Wars" (mentioned once in "Time Magazine"), starring Al Pacino as Antonio "Tony" Montana, and directed by Brian De Palma. Usually considered one of the greatest movies, but was underrated when it came out. Now is considered a classic and possibly overrated.
2) Most people think that reference to "The Original Scarface" is being redundant, simply because of their ignorance.
3) A movie where everyone's favorite scene is a guy shooting people using an M16 with an M203 Grenade Launcher and screaming the infamous words "Say hello to my little friend! I'll take your fucking bullets! I'll take yo- *dies*".
Today the name is used by rapper Brad Jordan, member of the Geto Boys. Subsequently the 1983 movie has also inspired many rappers, rap songs, TV shows, and a Playstation game. Many quotes are also used in mass media today, notably the ending and the dinner scene.
2. "Scarface" was a movie that came out in 1932 which was loosely made around Al Capone's persona.
3. "Scarface" was a remake of the 1932 movie which was made in 1983. By the critics, it was a flop originally, but financially did very well. It now enjoys critical acclaim by today's critics and inspires many other entertainment venues.
4. Scarface is a Houston area rapper, member of the Geto Boys. He is known as "Your rapper's favorite rapper." He has many albums out but isn't widely known due to low radio and TV play. He is nevertheless a very influential rapper.
5. South Park's "Medicinal Fried Chicken" and The Boondock's "The Fund Raiser" both have elements of Scarface (1983) in their plot. South Park's Cartman has a subplot in the "Medicinal Fried Chicken" episode where he relives the Scarface movie based on trafficking KFC. Likewise Boondock's Riley sells candy bars and goes from rags to riches in the same manner as Tony from Scarface. This episode went as far as having a desk with nothing but candy bars in one of his rooms.