The St. Valentine's Day Massacre

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre

Chicago February 14th 1929. Al Capone finally establishes himself as the city's boss of organised crime. In a north-side garage his hoods, dressed as policemen, surprise and mow down with machine-guns the key members of Bugs Moran's rival gang. The film traces the history of the incident, and the lives affected and in some cases ended by it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   murder,   mob,  

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Steven G (br) wrote: Out of all the stand up specials out there, this is the one that got a theatrical release? It's awful. Lawrence's jokes are crude and unfunny.

Cedric L (mx) wrote: Witty and well-written, topped off by a great Julia Roberts performance.

David G (ag) wrote: The polished turd in the prequel trilogy.

Francis Gerald G (fr) wrote: its 2015 and still i love this movie

Rich K (ru) wrote: The movie is a bit hard to follow with the fetish scenes and the flashback / out of body experiences

Carmen V (gb) wrote: One of my fav Fred Astair musicals

George R (ca) wrote: Great flick, despite my penchant for action. Drama abounds as Greer Garson holds me in suspense as Ronald Coleman figures it out right at the end.

Andrea V (mx) wrote: Terrible movie as it looks more like an anime than a film. Good soundtrack, though.

Varden L (au) wrote: really flat and at the end as the camera panned around in the main event seemed more of a whos who of stars then about the fighting which was very unrealistic to the ring and poor at best. really really flat compared to any other much better boxing movie I can think of out there

Kris G (jp) wrote: Sling Blade is a film of contrasts. Light and dark tones are masterfully balanced, offering up some of the sweetest, most heart warming scenes you could hope to find in a film & on the flip side a character so blatantly written to be as scummy, controlling & narrow minded as humanly possible plus several gruesome deaths forming the centre point of the story. It's because the light and dark is balanced so well, the movie as a whole is so effective.Billy Bob Thornton proves himself as a powerhouse. This is his rodeo through and through. The script feels lived in and informed by personal experience, the direction is as unfussy and simple as the films lead character Karl and finally, Thornton's performance commands attention yet is so understated, playing Karl with a higher degree of self awareness than you may expect.True, this is Billy Bob's movie, but the rest of the cast are more than game to meet the challenge of the script in creating a believable world for the characters to play in. The most jarring detail in the movie ends up being just how two tone it is. Black. White. No shades of grey. There are two characters that would fit the villain mold. They at no point show even a hint of redeeming qualities, which makes the eventual ending an expected one, not a surprise.This is just a minor nitpick and certainly not important in the big scheme of things. Make no mistake, this film is on a hard and fast mission. It just reveals it's hand gradually over the course of 2 plus hours and makes the journey feel half as long.

Russell H (ca) wrote: lots of good action. The acting was ok. Drags at times as it is too long.

Eric K (ag) wrote: Meh' Not very good... I wouldn't recommend it or write home to mom about it.