Pacino whips out his little friend in the end of 'Scarface' and lays down one of the greatest swansongs in film history.
'Scarface' was widely panned on it's initial release for being over-the-top which it is, but it's Pacino's grandiose performance that holds it all together as the coked-up, increasingly paranoid Tony Montana who steals a mob empire and watches it crumble before his deranged eyes. But he made sure that he went out with a bang!
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