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Once Upon a Time in America

1984
Drama
Crime
3h 49m
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Rated 20 Apr 2010
10
98th
Incredible film. At nearly 4 hours you would expect it to be boring but it never is, in fact the time passes by very quickly. Regret has never been done better before and I love all the themes that Leone touched on. That ending was great, almost started applauding, you could interpret it a million different ways. Cinematography is incredible and to the people that complain about the misogyny: do you not realize it was set in the 1930's? And ps, the men aren't exactly saints either.
Rated 28 Mar 2008
10
97th
Sergio Leone, what a master of cinema, a shame he didn't get to make more films. A true masterpiece of sound, imagery and lost friendship, as beguiling as its main characters. I couldn't take my eyes off the screen, save for the moments I had to wipe the tears from my eyes.
Rated 12 Nov 2014
97
99th
Unfolds a mystery of memory and time unto a shattered tapestry where past, present & future all coexist in a melancholic haze of hope, dreams & regret. Everything from acting & music to cinematography & editing is pretty much flawless. The storytelling is rich, multilayered and effortlessly flowing. No other film better expresses the connection between the function of human memory and the mechanics of cinema. As intensely rewarding as anything l've ever seen on film.
Rated 13 Jun 2011
35
19th
Highly-praised, but great sets and lush photography cannot conceal that this is a movie of thoroughly unlikeable cardboard-cutout characters who are moved through a ludicrous plot uttering third-rate dialogue, with inexplicably lengthy pauses between almost every line. The performances are poor by both the known stars and the youthful actors playing their counterparts, and the syrupy Morricone score does not help. Looks very nice on Blu-ray but this movie cannot be recommended. My first Leone.
Rated 24 Mar 2010
97
98th
Leone breaks away from the western genre to direct this crime film masterpiece. The cinematography is stunning, the pacing is ace, and the cast provides more solid performances than you can shake a stick at. Coupled with an absolutely mesmerizing score from Morricone, Once Upon a Time in America makes four hours of film fly by.
Rated 31 Aug 2009
88
87th
Four hours and I damn near enjoyed every minute of it. Leone's direction is brilliant, his pacing, his camerawork, it all ties together perfectly, I didn't expect it to be so good considering Leone is famous for his westerns in large wide open settings. The chemistry between the boys from hoodlum to gangster is extremely well done, as well as Ennio Moriccone's fantastic score (who knew a pan flute could be so amazing). A Gangster Classic.
Rated 28 Sep 2008
95
98th
Watching a movie of almost four hours may sound like work but this one is pure enjoyment. The photography of NYC during the prohibition is nothing but awesome. Woods an de Niro are perfect, it's incredible what tensions these two give to that powerful script of honour, reason and friendship among criminals. A tension that's further supported by the great pace and the wonderful selection/composition of music. Leone and Morricone - two masters of cinema.
Rated 21 Feb 2012
99
99th
An ambitious (in some ways over-ambitious) work, Leone's epic gets better on every viewing. What initially appears to be terrible flaws are either forgiven or turn out to somehow work after all. The worst exception is McGovern, odd one out in a great cast. Most of the scenes taking place in 1923 are perfection, and E.M.'s score is one of my favorites of all time. The narrative is brilliantly constructed, with us navigating Noodles' past, ending up sharing his memories and regrets. A masterpiece.
Rated 14 May 2008
90
91st
A unique, sombre study of loneliness, friendship and nostalgia.
Rated 14 Mar 2012
95
98th
Sergio Leone proves himself the master of the towering historical epic with this intense examination of friendship and loyalty amongst Jewish gangsters in New York. The level of period detail is staggering in both the post-WWI and 1930's settings. Add in an incredible number of great acting performances (from both the child and adult actors) and Ennio Morricone's haunting score, and the result is an absolute classic. Nearly 4 hours and not a frame of film wasted.
Rated 23 Sep 2009
10
97th
Despite nearly clocking in at four hours, it did what a lengthy movie should do in making it interesting and not seem as if it is just a big clunk of minutes caught on film. De Niro is great, Leone succeeds in making another epic movie and the music is just superb.
Rated 18 Feb 2008
100
98th
The stress over this movie probably killed Leone. If only he had lived another 20 years to know people are now seeing it in its true length, and for the masterpiece that it is. The best movie about growing up.
Rated 19 Jan 2020
95
96th
Leone got how to stretch a film out, no filler everything has weight, Michael Cimino seething from the side lines. Holy moly though, gave up all the rootin tootin drawn out gunplay of the westerns for graphic rapes and flutes.
Rated 09 Sep 2019
90
97th
Loads to enjoy here. Beautifully made on every front. If it has a flaw, it's that it is really difficult to like, or sympathise with, the characters. I'll need to give it another watch, but this is superb, epic filmmaking.
Rated 23 Jun 2015
60
17th
One-dimensional characterization, a muddled final act, frustratingly nonsensical character motivations (rape is virtually treated as a joke in one scene, its victim drawn to her aggressor), and some embarrassing dialogue and performance ("Squeeze me harder and I'll poop my pants!") drag down what could have been a classic tale of loyalty, regret, and what it means to grow up--or simply grow old. I cannot help but feel Leone was out of his element, here--something that truly pains me to say.
Rated 01 Oct 2010
5
91st
As romantic as epics come. Everything is seen through a thick haze of nostalgia, with Leone's photography and Morricone's wistful score giving it a grand quality. I'd complain - it's the very picture of excess - if I wasn't so enthralled by it. You can feel Leone's passion and care for the material in every frame. It's far more character study - an examination of friendship and betrayal - than gangster film. Makes four hours seem like a drop in the bucket.
Rated 22 May 2011
95
98th
Took me a little while to get into (I doubt I'll ever complain about a film being too long again), but I literally stood up in my room and did a fist pump at that ending. My only complaint is they didn't put enough of Pesci in and that god damn phone ringing needs to be ixnayed.
Rated 13 Oct 2007
100
90th
An operatic depiction of emotional and material "poverty". None of the characters come out of this mess clean. Leone's genius was only confirmed when the studio objected to release the film in its intended length and non-linear form. Morricone's score is hypnotizing and as important as any other element in this first great film for my very own "childhood poverty". Acting is superb, although De Niro has been better before or after this film. No, it's not flawed, it's just honest yet captivating.
Rated 11 Jan 2013
95
91st
The most contemplative and singular motion picture to ever be labeled a "gangster flick." Its pacing isn't always perfect but the lives and feelings it manages to paint in its sweeping running time are well worth it.
Rated 26 Sep 2009
5
93rd
It begins in confusion, with three timelines edited together in an amorphous and jarring manner. But soon it settles into a measured and epic rise-and-fall story, at once a sensitive coming-of-age tale and violent mafioso requiem. Its sense of nostalgia is strong. The period design is remarkably detailed, and Morricone's score lends the film a mythological tone.
Rated 21 Sep 2007
2
33rd
Sergio Leone is an asshole. The scene with a rape victim (who just loved that rape, man!) guessing her assailant's identity by looking at a row of penises is played for cheap laughs. Go fuck yourself.
Rated 13 Jun 2008
100
99th
Very Great, Dont Watch The Butchered Version With Wrong Narration.
Rated 04 May 2016
40
16th
Sociopaths with pan pipes.
Rated 07 Nov 2018
40
30th
1 saat süren ergenlik sahnelerindeki komik mantık hataları, filmin grev bölümü hariç anlattığı şeylerin vasatlığı, mafyayı havalı gösteren üçüncü sınıf filmleri andırması vs bir yana. Asıl söylemem gereken TECAVÜZ bir suçtur. Kahraman olarak gösterilen başrolün iki kez yaptığı gibi olağan bir şey değildir. Ne komik bir şeydir ne de intikam için bunu yapmak haktır. Bunu kafanıza sokun.
Rated 15 Jul 2013
58
60th
SOMEONE ANSWER THE DAMN PHONE
Rated 09 Jun 2010
91
93rd
Despite being nearly four hours long (it was nearly eight hours for me, I watch this behemoth twice in a row), this is an incredibly unboring and beautiful film that compares the lives of some yankee hoodlums and the professional gangsters they grow up to become (through wonderful transistions between timelines). This is a masterpiece of the cinema if I ever saw one, and I just have to mention the sublime score of Morricone. Better than the Godfather films? You betcha!
Rated 18 Mar 2007
70
41st
Considering this is the spiritual successor to Once Upon a Time in the West, you'd think it would have been a lot better. America is just one of those movies that the entire way through you're waiting for it to get really good but it never does. It's never actually bad, or boring for that matter, but it never really gets you going like you expect it should.
Rated 02 Dec 2010
55
39th
It has some very beautiful moments but overall it's plain exhausting. I didn't manage to follow the plot and I didn't really care about it either.
Rated 07 Dec 2011
99
99th
Haven't seen such a brilliantly acted film. Robert De Niro's smile at the end is priceless.
Rated 05 Sep 2022
47
12th
There was enough to like - solid acting, laborious period recreation, a non-linear narrative that draws interesting parallels between its three timelines (or dreams?). But after 4 hours the characters remain uninteresting and one-dimensional, in a very rapey dimension from which the schmaltzy score tries to pardon them. The whole movie feels lecherous in an off-putting way. And naming the character 'Noodles' is some spaghetti bullshit, gimme a break Sergio
Rated 04 Jan 2022
79
78th
Apparently I saw this about 10 years ago and absolutely hated it. I decided to re-watch it recently and could barely recall it and and enjoyed it despite the lengthy runtime. Did I originally see a copy of the much reviled US Theatrical cut? I'm not sure but regardless this epic gangster tale may not match the original Godfather but it's still a compelling watch and the soundtrack is simply fantastic and carries so much of the film beautifully.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
100
99th
One of the very few films that I would call "perfect". DeNiro and Woods give the best performances of their careers. It's a shame the film has never gotten the recognition it deserves.
Rated 26 May 2013
41
36th
The first half is strong, but the second half is mediocre and the ending is just terrible. Ennio Morricone's original score makes this film a lot better than it would have been, and honestly is the main highlight of this production.
Rated 14 Nov 2011
99
99th
It's a loooooong movie, but it's worth it. I like it more than the Godfather movies. If anything can be called a mob epic, it's this movie. It spans such a long time frame, and has such a deep involved story... The whole thing is just incredibly rich.
Rated 11 Feb 2014
20
4th
It was like watching paint dry, long and so slow. Even the Ennio's score although correct was too repetitive and also The Beatles, come on: The Beatles in a gangster movie. Considering is De Niro and Woods the acting wasn't spectacular and I found the characters undeveloped (for a three and half hour movie that's bad), even the makeup was bad.
Rated 11 Jun 2016
91
82nd
Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in America is an epic crime drama that boasts an emotional musical score from Ennio Morricone, powerhouse performances from Robert De Niro and James Woods, and an unforgettable atmosphere teeming with a mysterious sense of nostalgia.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
62
20th
It's awfully hard to take a movie seriously when everyone is saying "noodles" all the time. And yet, this movie takes itself very seriously: all solemn speeches, cheap symbolism, and meaningful zooms. Oh, it's all well done with fine (but not brilliant) performances, an admirable attention to detail, convincing historical recreation, and a gorgeous look to it. But it left me empty and unimpressed.
Rated 20 Apr 2011
92
98th
Near perfect. Might contain the greatest film music of all time.
Rated 02 Mar 2007
90
99th
A true classic with the most amazing soundtrack. A must-see for the film fan.
Rated 11 Nov 2013
95
97th
A whirlwind of a life, with half of the film possibly a hallucination. The music suffers from the same fate as Twin Peaks but goddammit it's Maestro Morricone, I'll let it pass. It feels good to see the first 40 minutes pass by like 20 minutes in any other movie.
Rated 23 Jan 2010
65
55th
Perhaps expectation ruined this film for me. I often heard it matched the "Godfather", and some even say it's superior. I was expecting to be blown away, to not notice it's hefty length, to be kept guessing and to be stunned by it's cast. I was stunned by De Niro and Woods, to be fair. I was left disappointed by the rest of the film. It is unnecessarily long, its plot is bland and predictable, and I was left with a feeling of utter indifference to every character. Unfortunately rather average.
Rated 07 Dec 2010
92
93rd
This film follows a group of friends as they rise and fall in the crime underbelly of America. Robert De Niro and James Woods anchor a very well directed and acted film. But, with Sergio Leone at the helm, what did you expect. Leone proves just as effective in a crime drama as he was in the westerns he is famous for. The guy just so happens to excel at two of my favorite genres. Make sure to watch the directors cut as it is the way the film was meant to be watched.
Rated 03 Mar 2013
90
91st
A lavish spectacle that really draws you into its world. Has some pacing issues, but I think I'd still rather not watch the hacked-to-pieces shorter cut.
Rated 31 Mar 2009
100
97th
Better than The Godfather any day of the week.
Rated 01 Dec 2010
90
85th
Epic drama, quite unusual for Leone but so skilfully made in the settings of the big city. For me it is never going to reach "The Godfather" level but it will stay in my memory as one of the most dramatic and touching gagster stories. De Niro as good as he always used to be in his old movies. The music by Mariccone makes the crime movie more mild and tragic at the same time.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
82
85th
There are some fantastic sequences, shots, and performances in this film, which on the whole I like a lot. But the pacing is off- parts were unnecessarily drawn out, while other parts were give short shrift. It's a fine, but flawed film.
Rated 14 Jul 2019
84
72nd
Beautiful sets, engaging cinematography, and measured pacing can't hide the fact that many characters simply don't have a relatable narrative or deep personalities. Some of the scenes and dialogue have not aged well at all. There are multiple scenes of severe sexual harassment that the makers of the film normalize and sublimate: in one case, the perpetrator even gets sentimental orchestral accompaniment as he sadly walks away from the incident. Please. First half 9/10, second half 6/10.
Rated 12 Feb 2009
90
94th
Besides a film about the mafia, can also be considered one of the most beautiful films about childhood. And Robert de Niro, a master of this genre, always good to see you perform.
Rated 18 Apr 2008
100
99th
So overlooked. It's difficult enough for a movie to entertain me for two hours, but this one had me at the edge of my seat for nearly four. A masterpiece as far as I'm concerned.
Rated 26 Oct 2008
90
90th
amazing score, beautiful looking, open ended ending. love it
Rated 08 Aug 2021
61
23rd
(4 hour long extended cut) Unfortunate. Creates an intoxicating atmosphere and contains admittedly beautiful sequences of cinema... but it's impossible to forgive the sexual assault scenes, which seemingly intends to leave no moral or emotional impact on the story and its characters. It's also odd seeing this for the first time after having seen The Irishman, which almost seems to have swapped strengths and weaknesses with this film.
Rated 15 Jan 2012
80
90th
At close to four hours in length, this was a bit of a daunting task to undertake. Once I started watching though, the runtime felt appropriate. The talents of director Sergio Leone, actor Robert De Niro and musician Ennio Morricone are very evident throughout. I really liked seeing the evolution of De Niro's character, as well as his friends. One little thing that took me right out of the film however, was the red paint-looking stuff they used as blood. It looked comical.
Rated 20 Apr 2008
85
84th
It's strange to consider how the only flaw in a near four hour film is that it's not long enough.
Rated 10 Jun 2009
88
98th
Epic coming of age as a gangster by Sergio Leone. Very long, but it doesn't hurt it one bit. Has to be one of Woods' best performances.
Rated 11 Jul 2019
95
98th
filmden genel beklentim bir yana, 251 dk.nin su gibi akıp geçebileceğini herhangi bir film için beklemezdim doğrusu. hele de defalarca izlenen suç dünyasında çıkış-düşüş hikayesini bu sürede sündürmeden ve mevzular üzerine daha düzgün cümleler kurarak, karakterleri kahramanlaştırmadan işleyebilmesi apayrı bir başarı. sona doğru baştaki etkileyiciliği kaybediyor biraz ama siyaset-mafya bağını böylesine kişisel fakat soyut işleyş harika bir hikaye anlatımı.
Rated 27 Dec 2015
89
82nd
The film is elegantly slow paced but it captures the essence of a mobster movie in its characters' souls. Sure we must not forget how morally disorientated the characters are and that we should not romanticize such people but hey, the film is a masterpiece and shot with a touch of a maestro. Bravo.
Rated 14 Mar 2007
100
98th
The greatest drama ever filmed...love, friendship, betrayal, mystery...I still wonder how this film couldn't win any oscars. and the score!? I can't find words to desrcibe the beauty of it's score.
Rated 15 Dec 2011
100
99th
The Epic of all Epic`s
Rated 14 Aug 2007
95
97th
Blows Godfather away for me, I don't even know how someone could compare the two. I don't even get why people are so caught up on Godfather, but maybe it's because I saw this first that Godfather disapoints me so. Great flix, everyone should check it out.
Rated 29 Jun 2007
90
83rd
Four hours long and still shorter then Leone wanted. There are few parts that seem incomplete (the frisbee scene, Eve's character) but if you've got the attention span this film is a masterpiece.
Rated 23 Apr 2021
95
97th
The music is awesome and repetition of some of the songs helps make the story feel classic/epic. Directing is top notch and gives it a sense of style. Noodles is irredeemable for about 3 hours and yet by the end I felt for him more than I thought I would. Not a perfect flick though; some of the acting (especially among the children) can be really hokey. De Niro and Woods are great so that's fine. Didn't feel 4 hours, allowed the different time periods to tell compelling stories.
Rated 11 Dec 2008
80
71st
Man, the telephone ringing at the start of the movie nearly killed me!
Rated 26 Oct 2010
65
67th
Unnecessarily long movie with a simple, straightforward, predictable storyline. All in all it is a good movie but more like above average rather than masterpiece to me.
Rated 05 Jan 2022
68
66th
Too many unanswered questions. For example, why wasn't Leone interested in the 'Jewishness' of these characters? And why was he so insistent on getting us to sympathise with Noodles, a violent misogynist? The old-man-regret trope does not fully explain or resolve this dilemma. No doubt there are some wonderful sets and scenes, and the opening act contains moments of directorial brilliance, but the thematic architecture is flimsy and does not justify several crucial narrative decisions made.
Rated 28 Apr 2009
95
92nd
4 hours of cinematic genius
Rated 13 Mar 2021
82
81st
Marking twenty years since the first installment of Leone's man with no name trilogy and after a thirteen year absence as a director, you wouldn't think he'd have any mojo left, but "Once Upon a Time in America" is a bittersweet swan song from one of the best directors who's ever lived. While I prefer his westerns, this was a great movie, but even more powerful, it's a monument to all the great movies he could have made if he hadn't turned to producing, and had another twenty years of life.
Rated 13 Jul 2009
40
12th
Too slow--which is not itself a dealbreaker. But I also had no reason to care about any of the characters. And it was quite obvious that I was looking at sets built on a stage rather than real places. I turned it off, I wasn't gonna watch four hours of that kinda thing.
Rated 22 Jun 2018
85
97th
leone's magnum opus finalizes his career with enormous ambition, a huge film that could easily be in two parts, and should have probably been in four. it's never dull, it never drags, and everything is done in a leone fashion, lyrical and epic, from the music to set production, from acting to editing. this, even though set in the gestating soul of america, is not a hollywood movie, and grand films like these will probably never be directed.
Rated 04 Aug 2011
95
99th
An unforgettable masterpiece about friendship, betrayal and despair. It truly transcends the genre of the gangster-film and manages to touch on the intricacies of life itself. Too bad it's only 229 min.
Rated 19 Nov 2017
87
91st
Even though none of it takes place after 1968, it's infection by that certain kind of lame early 80's aesthetic, including a miss by Ennio Morricone (so shoot me) is annoying. Other than that, all I can say is: ...bruh...
Rated 08 Sep 2013
80
88th
ANSWER THE FUCKING PHONE
Rated 01 Sep 2019
80
80th
Noodles: "There were two things I couldn't get out of my mind. One was Dominic, the way he said, "I slipped," just before he died. The other was you. How you used to read me your Song of Songs, remember? "How beautiful are your feet; In sandals, O prince's daughter."
Rated 06 Apr 2012
91
86th
Only Leone could make this a 3 and a half hour film and get away with it.
Rated 17 Aug 2023
62
18th
holy shit is this anticlimactic. by the time you reach the end you realize there hasn't been a single great scene or gripping moment, but there's been about an hour's worth of wistful gazing
Rated 14 Jul 2011
99
94th
A masterpiece.
Rated 09 Jan 2011
100
94th
5*
Rated 22 Sep 2007
100
98th
The Best Movie
Rated 05 Feb 2019
80
77th
rvw. i like that it's 4 hours so it gets to show enough of the younger years too. the reflection was dope. but then the ending was so extra that i should probably lower the score. that was the most disgusting rape scene i'll probably ever see, but thats not the best way to word that lol
Rated 22 Aug 2007
94
97th
Excellent
Rated 02 Jul 2023
55
42nd
This movie could have been so much better. Some of the early scenes are wonderfully languid, and mainly due to Leone's earlier work, I found myself giving this more benefit of the doubt than it deserved. In the midst of the worst of a number of rape scenes, I tried to convince myself that the melodramatic direction would be used to ironic effect. It wasn't. The female characters break down according to the logic of "the brunette is frigid," and "the blonde likes to get raped." Gross.
Rated 29 May 2011
100
97th
Maybe the best film I've seen.
Rated 27 Nov 2013
98
99th
A true classic from a true legend in filmmaking. The greatest epic of all time.
Rated 21 Dec 2014
88
96th
When i think about epic story-telling, i think to Once Upon a Time in America together with very few other films. We feel nostalgy and melancholia because we can feel the passage of time, an accelerated look on a world in continuous changing that will leave us behind like an inappropriate tool, that destroy what we thought eternal. We really live few years of our life, passing the rest of the time remembering or exploiting or regretting these vital years, these few fundamental decisions.
Rated 22 Jan 2009
90
91st
A deliriously ambitious film by the Italian master Sergio Leone, starring the very brilliant Robert De Niro. The story spans decades and it takes its sweet time along the way - many have complained about the slow pacing of the movie, but I don't think it could have succeeded any other way. It hasn't aged a day in 25 years.
Rated 29 Nov 2015
85
92nd
The most elegiac gangster film ever, so contrived and bleak that these four hours go on as en entire life. In fact, it is. As Noodles returns after 35 years, thinking that he got Max and his three friends killed when he turned them in -- to save them, btw --, what he sees is just sorrow and waste -- Max kept himself alive to become a politician, living with his money and his girl. Leone's wide angles give the sense of emotional space that is so present in these characters' lives. Powerful film.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
95
88th
great movie
Rated 23 Apr 2011
96
95th
Leone's epic gangster film is a masterpiece in its own right. This is probably one of the most underrated movies of all time, nearly four hours long and I enjoyed almost every minute of it. The cinematography and score are astonishing, as are the performances of Woods and De Niro. The themes of friendship and brotherhood blend well with the downright brutal depiction of violence and greed. The pacing was sometimes a little slow, but it all just helped to build up to the fantastic ending.
Rated 31 Jul 2009
87
93rd
Another Leone masterpiece. Perfectly paced and presented. Wonderful.
Rated 05 Dec 2010
90
91st
Epic, exhausting, incredible. A hugely impressive movie.
Rated 04 Mar 2019
87
86th
S. Leone, T.D. Colli'nin eşsiz yetenekleriyle birlikte Once Upon a Time in America'da muazzam kareler yakalayıp sinematografik anlamda zirvedeki yerini korumuş olsa da ortaya yenilikçi bir hikayeden daha çok 4 saat boyunca sıkılmadan izlenebilecek bir suç draması çıkarabilmiş.
Rated 25 Aug 2011
70
71st
Leone's long takes with no dialogue are great even though they're not in their usual wild west setting, but the storyline isn't. Maybe in 1984 this was an achievement, and watching it for the first time today might take a bit of it's glory away from it. But at points I found it dull and it is way to long... A classic to many, not to me though
Rated 02 May 2015
91
97th
Saw the remastered, more complete version. Technically close to perfection. A dream-like story that's layered and complicated but manages to captivate.
Rated 21 Nov 2009
94
96th
Serves as a perfect example of how adept and proficient Sergio Leone was as a director. I thought this movie would be more like a sweeping epic gangster movie similar to The Godfather. In a way it is, but more often than not it isn't. The two movies frequently contrast and differ with each other. I'm not sure if it's even fair to compare the two because the two films are aiming to accomplish different agendas and both follow distinct paths. The ambiguity and various forms of symbolism presented
Rated 11 Nov 2012
85
95th
leone/morricone...here's to people who knew how to tell stories, sometimes without any words at all. it's embarassing, that with all contemporary gimmicks and film-experience, our generation seems unable (or unwilling) to meet quality standards from decades ago.
Rated 21 Aug 2012
95
96th
If only Noodles were a tad more sympathetic, I would not hesitate to give this a 100. It's one of the most intricately crafted and ambitious films ever conceived; the set designs and recreation of New York at three historic points in the early 20th century are breathtaking. Make sure you see the longest version available to you, not any edit from before 2003.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
58
48th
This is Leone's most epic and sophisticated work, but it's not as good as his Westerns. The three hours pass by without a dull moment, but the story is flawed in many respects. Also, so many Italians playing Jewish characters is a bit of a stretch.
Rated 05 Feb 2014
96
98th
Talk about epic! You will have to look long and hard to find any other film that allows you to so thoroughly know its characters.
Rated 25 May 2013
87
85th
So many emotions are brought out by the power of this movie!
Rated 08 Mar 2021
35
23rd
4 saat film yapıp karakterlerin bu kadar sığ olması çok garip ya. Bi yandan da tahmin edilebilir bi yapısı var hikayenin ilerleyişinin. Görüntüleri, müzikleri güzel de çok garip yani bu film iyi değil, hikayesinin varabildiği anlamlı bir yer yok. En kötüsü de başrol oyuncusunun karakter değişimlerini tecavüz yoluyla kazanabilmesi. Dümdüz sıkıntılı bi anlatım. Çok garip cidden, baya sevmedim filmi.
Rated 30 Nov 2009
95
93rd
just fantastic - every frame is a feast

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