Donnie Brasco


Action / Biography / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 7.8 10 244399


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Johnny Depp as Donnie
Al Pacino as Lefty
Paul Giamatti as FBI Technician
Anne Heche as Maggie
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985.25 MB
23.976 fps
2hr 7 min
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2hr 7 min
P/S 6 / 67

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by amheretojudge 5 / 10

forget about it..

Donnie Brasco

There seems too little space left to work on in a genre that is introduced so many times even repeated too and still even though being of a familiar premise it has some new shoes to fill into it which eventually results into low on drama or even entertainment. Donnie Brasco is an overlong stretched script that is predictable and flat out exhausting in its first act only to discover that the rest of it was just mundane. Mike Newell picks out his favourite details and sequences from the book and executes it with all the conviction but in the end there just isn't enough material to keep the audience investing in it. The only part that got it right was the star cast and boy oh boy what a star cast it is, Johnny Depp and Al Pacino face to face on screen encounters are the only highlights about it. But how much can a performance carry around a movie on its shoulder, Donnie Brasco lacks better editing, gripping screenplay and a soul.

Reviewed by Rainey Dawn 7 / 10

Good Film

An FBI undercover agent infilitrates the mob and finds himself identifying more with the mafia life at the expense of his regular one.Not a bad story - I like Al Pacino and Johnny Depp so together is a great treat.

If you like this Depp film, then try "Black Mass", "Nick of Time", "The Tourist", "Blow" or "Public Enemy".


Reviewed by Parker Lewis 1 / 10

The first of the Donnie series

Donnie Brasco kicked off the Donnie series in 1997, with Donnie Darko following four years later. One morbid scene was the much-discussed Japanese restaurant where Donnie and his cronies beat up the maitre'd because he insisted Donnie remove his shoes. I wonder what the casting call was for this, an actor of Asian appearance, preferably nerdy and flabby looking, willing to take a few blows for verisimilitude. I mean really, thankfully Donnie and his cronies didn't take their anger to a McDonald's lest Ronald be beaten up in the presence of Mayor McCheese and the rest of the McDonald's gang. Really, can you imagine if this incident had taken place in a German beerhouse? I don't think so...I imagine the beefy ultra-nationalists in the beerhouse wouldn't take any crap from Brasco et al.

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