Best Mafia Movies of All Time

Introduction

The world has always found an everlasting interest in the stories of mafias, people of the underworld, or wanted criminals. These stories reveal a lot about the circumstances that probably lead to such situations. This article will look into the Best Mafia Movies of all time. The movie world has not had a dearth of mafia movies, but choosing the best could be a daunting task, and a little knowledge about them could help you pick the right one for perfect entertainment on the given day. A mafia movie depicts and dramatizes an organized criminal world that thrives in illicit activities in their local turf and is generally striving to make themselves operate internationally. The corruption of morals is another common trait of these movies, but there is always someone to maintain a balance. A fight between good and evil, with the winning side varying on different occasions based on the luck, and smartness. 

#1 – The Godfather (1972)

Possibly the start of the mafia cult genre in many ways. An exciting and overwhelming cast that includes Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, is a masterpiece. The story revolves around Don Vito Corleone and their mafia family. Probably the best gangster movies of all time. Streaming on Amazon Prime, Prime Video.

#2 – The Godfather: Part II (1974)

The continuation from the first part of the saga this movie looks back into the past of Vito Corleone, and the present circumstances of Michael, Vito’s youngest son. Micheal is now the head of the mafia family and wants to extend its business. Streaming on Netflix.

#3 – The departed (2006)

A Martin Scorsese movie with a heavy cast and stellar performances from Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg, and a few others. This article does not want to spoil your watching experience but promises this to be a great movie that should be on everyone’s watchlist—streaming on Netflix, Prime Video.

#4 – Good fellas (1990)

A true story of Henry Hill brought up in a modest family has his inhibitions towards the mafia business. He is adopted by the neighborhood gangsters and slowly climbs the ranks of the mafia world. One of the best gangster movies is streaming on Apple TV, Prime Video.

#5 – Scarface (1983)

The story of Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino, is a famous character in the movie world for the ruthlessness and striking accent. Tony and his close friend Manny start a drug empire in Miami. With power, Tony becomes egotistical and attracts more enemies. Available on Google Play, Prime Video.

#6 – Donnie Brasco(1997)

Based on a true story, Donnie Brasco, an undercover FBI agent, infiltrates one of the five families of New York york’s criminal warlords. He slowly finds his way among the other criminals to take them down for good. Available on Google Play is one of the Netflix, Prime Video.

#7 – Public enemies (2009)

Based on a true story about the bank robber John Dillinger. Although he finds himself being loved by the public, the FBI proclaims him as America’s most wanted. FBI agent Melvin Pervis is assigned to bring Dillinger and his gang down, either dead or alive. Now streaming on Apple TV and Netflix, Prime Video.

#8 – Gangs of New York(2002)

The backdrop of the story is America in the year of 1863. Amsterdam Vallon, played by Leonardo di Caprio, returns to avenge his father’s death in the hands of the gangland kingpin Bill the Butcher, played by Daniel Day-lewis. One of the best mobster movies is available on Google Play and prime video.

#9 – City of God(2002)

The real-life depiction of the criminal state of affairs in the poverty-stricken favelas of Rio de Janeiro is a must-watch. The movie is narrated by a character named Rocket, a budding photographer who brings to light the increasing drug-related violence of his neighborhood—now streaming on Amazon Prime and Prime Video.

#10 – Once upon a time in America(1984)

This movie is about Jewish gangster Noodles from the prohibition era. He returns to Manhattan after 30 years of exile. But he has to confront his mistakes and ghosts of the past and make amends for them. Now streaming on Amazon Prime and Prime Video.

#11 – Reservoir dogs (1992)

A crime lord hires six criminals to steal a diamond who do not know their real identities. Things go haywire as police ambush them during the heist, and they are made to believe that one of them is an undercover cop. One of the best gangster movies directed by Quentin Tarantino is available on Vudu and Prime Video.

#12 – L.A.Confidential (1997)

Three detectives try uncovering the truth behind multiple homicides. What they discover in return is a shocking revelation of corruption within the LAPD department. With a star-studded cast, the movie is streaming on Amazon Prime and Prime Video.

#13 – Snatch(2000)

The bad guys from different fields fight their way to get their hands on a priceless stolen diamond. They constitute a Russian gangster, unprincipled boxing promoters, violent bookmakers, clumsy rookie robbers, and Jewish jewelers. The widely entertaining cult film is streaming on Netflix and Prime Video.

#14 – The usual suspects(1995)

One of the best gangster movies of all time. Five criminals meet during a routine lineup by police. They plan to pull off a dangerous heist of stealing emeralds worth three million dollars on their release. This movie’s heart is the character Keyser Soze, a devil who is known to pull off the greatest trick of convincing the world that he does not exist—streaming on Jio and Prime Video.

#15 – The Irishman (2019)

A comeback of the famous pair of Robert de Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. The movie is about a truck driver, Sheeran, who gets involved with different crime families as he climbs the ranks—now streaming on Netflix, Prime Video.

Conclusion

Hope the above exciting list of the Best Mafia Movies helps you be thoroughly entertained the whole time.

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