• 电影名称 The Untouchables

  • ——Never stop fighting till the fight is done
  • 中文名称 铁面无私
  •  类型  犯罪 / 戏剧 / 惊悚
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 59 min (119 min)
  • 上映时间 3 June 1987 (USA)
Quite a few words spring to my mind when I think of The Untouchables.Words like: Excellence, entertainment, larger than life and SeanConnery. These words basically summarize the entire film from my pointof view of course because in my opinion (which I don't expect people toagree with) this is the be...
"The Untouchables" is in my opinion De Palma's greatest work, with hisother masterpiece, namely "Scarface", coming a very close second. In"Scarface" the focus is on a paranoid and self-destructive gangster whorises to meteoric heights and then falls; in "The Untouchables" thefocus is on a very hones...
I was not expecting this movie to be this bad. With Depalma, De Niro,and what looked to be a huge budget with a story that is alreadycompelling enough in real life, there's no reason to make a film thisabsent of quality.You can tell within the first ten minutes of the movie that the scoreis going to...
Outstanding production that was the best film of 1987 with theexception of the very dominant "The Last Emperor". "The Untouchables"is the story of Elliot Ness (perfectly played by Kevin Costner) whotries to bring down Chicago Mob boss Al Capone (Robert DeNiro in one ofhis most under-rated roles) dur...
In 1919, over the veto of President Wilson, the Volstead Act was passed,which made provisions for the enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment, andsuccessfully ushered in the era of Prohibition; what it did not do, was keeppeople from drinking, or more significantly, keep certain `businessmen' froms...
I've been debating how hard to come down on 'The Untouchables' since Iwatched it again the other day. I don't know anything about thebackground of the film; whether it was made in a hurry or if there wereproblems with the production or a lot of re-shooting afterward. All Iknow is that with all the t...
It's Prohibition-era Chicago, and mob boss Al Capone (Robert De Niro)controls the illegal shipment of alcohol into the city. Federal AgentEliot Ness (Kevin Costner), vows to bring him down. Assembling a cracksquad consisting of: Seasoned Cop Jimmy Maloy (Sean Connery), dead-eyedrookie George Stone (...
As good a gangster movie that has ever been made as DePalma doesjustice to Mamet's electric script. The acting on show is right out ofthe top draw, the inevitable ease that DeNiro puts menace into Caponeis quite impressive, whilst the fresh faced pugnacious tenacity of AndyGarcia's George Stone is s...
Director Brian De Palma is the son of a surgeon, and perhaps thisexplains his high tolerance for the bloodshed that has translated intobrutal, raw scenes in 'The Untouchables'. Then again, this film is setduring one of the bloodiest chapters of American history and demandsunflinching depiction accor...
An absolute classic.These three words describe this masterpiece.De Palma and his supreme cast give us what we want. An intense drama aboutgood and bad.A towering performance by Connery as an Irish-American cop with a Scottishaccent stand out but Costner, De Niro and the rest of the cast, down totheb...
When I was 11 or 12, I thought that this was the coolest movie evermade. And why not? It had some great action scenes, extremely goodheroes, and extremely nasty villains. On that level, the film isperfect. Now that I'm a bit older, I still enjoy the film a lot, justnot as much as I used to. It certa...
The historical novel format in literature is a popular way to tell afictional story against the background of real events that actuallyhappened. This type of format can be very entertaining in the medium offilm also provided that producers and directors are honest with theaudience and do not deliber...
This is director Di Palma's big budgeted highly fictionalized accountof Eliot Ness and his team going after Al Capone to get him convictedand sent to prison.Future bad movie king Kevin Costner is a bland andunconvincing Ness who shows not one wit of charisma in the role.SeanConnery is good-but not t...
by - ultrajagger1 Report Abuse no usually when i see a post like this, i might ignore it and see themovie anyway. Well believe me, heed THIS warning. The Untouchableslooks like a very slick classy classic. It is not. It is cheap, with painfully dumb scripts and dumber acting, of coursefollowed up by...
A perfect rendition of events is created in the film, thanks toexcellent costumes and art direction, and a very well researchedscreenplay. Superb music by Ennio Morricone and excellentcinematography provide the film with an exciting epic swoop withoutruining its historical credibility. Sean Connery,...
I don't understand how on earth this movie gets a 7.8 rating. It'sterrible! I've always been interested in Capone and the gangsters of the30's, but this movie has the worst direction I've ever seen. It's pretty...they did a good job with the cars, outfits, locations, etc., but thedialogue is laug...
Spoilers herein.De Palma is never about story, nor actors, but about the eye. However, herehe has some help in writing and acting that he rarely gets, making this hismost accessible and popular picture. There is no one better than Mamet for this kind of writing. (`This townstinks like a whorehouse a...
The Untouchables is a well-made, well-acted gangster story fromdirector Brian (Scarface) De Palma. One thing you can virtually alwaysguarantee from a De Palma movie is flamboyance, and this is noexception. Not content with a compelling story, the director has thrownin a series of his typically bravu...
I'll preface this by saying that I'm not typically in the habit of"calling" anything out, especially a film, but it has just come down tothat.So I purchase a lot of movies before i've seen them, typically based onpraise I'd formally heard or read, or a film whose concepts justgripped me from a trail...
This movie has no substance to it. DePalma rips off trite filmingtechniques, cheaply insulting his predecessors. I'm not too concernedwithhistorical facts and what not, but I am concerned with the craft of film,which I might add, this movie has none of. All the characters are flat,onedimensional,...
This movie was horrible and I don't understand what all the fuss isabout. I heard that it was supposed to be something great (havingRobert De Niro as Al Capone seemed very fitting, but he only had about10 minutes of screen time.) Far too much time was spent focused on Nessand his wife, which I saw a...
After this little tiff, we get back to the killing. So who should we getridof next? Why, Malone, of course! But wait..it's not that easy. You see,evenif you sneak into his house and stealthily tiptoe up behind him, he canmagically hear you, and will, at the last moment, whirl around with ashotgun. B...
The Untouchables is a horrible movie. David Mamet wrote the script butone couldn't tell unless reading the credits. It lacks Mamets naturalflare, that great dialogue and those undertones that made Mamet who heis. I wont get into the historical aspect of the movie sufficive to saythere is little. The...
I can't believe how this is rated so high. It's laughably bad. Thesoundtrack composed for the film is inappropriate and clunky. Thedialogue is forced and corny. The acting, minus De Niro, is atrocious.My brother and I laughed at almost everything that came out ofConnery's and Costner's mouths. We co...
Even more than the first STAR TREK movie, THE UNTOUCHABLES was thebiggest letdown of any movie ever. Both films were based upon brilliantand widely popular television series (by Desilu Productions), and eachwas highly anticipated by fans of those programs for many years. THEUNTOUCHABLES was the slic...
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