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When I did purchase the 2-disc set of Scarface (1983) and the original 1932 version from the United States several years ago on BD I wasn't very much impressed with the A/V quality of Scarface (1983) and didn't think that there were many extras.
Now though as Universal have released Scarface (1983) on a single disc BD fully restored and remastered in 4K not 4KUHD I'm very Impressed with the outcome and the quality of the picture and sound is very good indeed, the main improvement over the other disc is the sound, it's a DTS HD MASTR 7.1 track which is a lot better in terms of every sound is heard weather it's from the foreground or background, the dialogue is more clear as there no problems with hiss, although as this was the same audio track on the other disc there were no problems with that disc it's just that disc wasn't remastered in 4K! The picture is very good especially red colours and the end shootout is stunning, there's a few very, very dark bits though but NOT ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE Film, Universal have done a grand job in cleaning up this masterpiece as it looks very sharp and clean.
The Film is one of the greatest Gangster movies ever made with fantastic acting from all actors and actresses especially Al Pacino's performance as Tony Montana, a foul mouthed, coke snorting, angry, wannabe gangster who wants to rule the world. Problem though is that he angers other Gangsters in the movie especially Mr Soza and a bloody battle between the pair of them takes place, as a Gangster movie it's got very strong swear words and strong graphic violence of which all of the stars are bad people there's no good people here of which a Gangster movie is all about. Written by Oliver Stone of whom should of directed this Film, the directing went to Brian De Palma who pulled it off, the end result is one exciting and entertaining Gangster movies.
The special features on the disc are small and I've seen them on the other disc, although the only new extra is a 35th year reunion discussion since it's release, I would like to at least see Universal try and see if there's any audio commentaries from director - Brian De Palma, Actor Al Pacino and writer Oliver Stone but there is none as it would be good to hear from these main players who made the Film, and there should be a more candid look into the Film in a feature length documentary of the production but never mind.
Very good 4K transfer Universal with improved picture and sound, a great classic and violent Gangster movie with top notch performances from all actors and actresses, ther could of been a few more special features though, although I recommend this new Blu-ray dis remastered in 4K!
The movie is great, obviously, but knowing most people have seen this movie I will only describe the quality. I wouldn't call it HD, I would say its an improvement over the DVD quality, with higher resolution and more vibrant colour, but it does not fall into the Blu Ray standards or expectations.
Violent portrayal of a cruel gangster, who comes to a fittingly violent end literally riddled with automatic weapon bullets. I chose this DVD because I admired Al Pacino's work in the Godfather trilogy. This is a less subtle film, but it remains worthy of viewing. Overall, I liked it, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in North American social history as well as those who might enjoy unbridled violence, because it embraces the US-Cuban relationship as well as the use of organised crime as a means of personal advancement.