Scarface vs. American Gangster

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Music and Movies

 

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Dorothy S

 

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April 21, 2016

 

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If the boss happens to be addicted to the product he’s distributing, he often results to more violent, aggressive forms of business tactics, as demonstrated by Tony Montana’s addiction to cocaine in Scarface. The 2007 film American Gangster is a new look of a passive drug lord from the 60s, which is based on true events...
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Many have attempted to compare the two movies, saying American Gangster is the “black man’s Scarface”. With many sides of the spectrum to address, it is easy to see the similarities of these movies, as well as the differences. American Gangster was directed by Ridley Scott, produced by Brian Grazer and written by Steven Zaillian...
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