Gangs of New York (2002)

We are in Scorsese’s imagination now,
Loosely based on late, 19th century New York city,
Where colorful characters, gangs and violence,
Rule without fear or pity.

Young Amsterdam Vallon (Leo),
is on a hero’s quest of revenge,
befriending his enemy,
and sleeping in the lion’s den.

It’s a tumultuous time for Americans,
Experiencing war and growing pains,
And after the big dust up,
there’s no telling who will remain.

Stylistic, unique and wholly original,
This historic film electrifies the past
With Scorsese’s touch and this talented cast,
It’s a story that’s bound to last.

The Untouchables (1987)

Why did America have prohibition?
That’s not important here.
It’s time to find the bad guys,
who are importing all the beer.

Elliott Ness is a joke,
but soon assembles a crew,
anxious to take down Al Capone,
and do whatever they have to do.

Gun battles, bravado, and
the De Palma-Hitchcockian touch,
with a booming score from Ennio Morricone,
Untouchables will…touch?