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Make way for the bad guy Tony Montana the dynamic character that became an icon in cinema was introduced in 1983 in the film Scarface which captivated millions of fans around the world Twenty years later the film still effects todays culture by being re-released in movie theaters across America A political refugee from Cuba Montana came in search of the American Dream as he beautifully put it In this country you gotta make the money first Then when you get the money you get the power Then when you get the power then you get the woman That is exactly what he did Tony Montana better known as Scarface was intelligent Not an ordinary street smart gangster he was more a character that audiences could at times sit back and laugh at His humor and passion gave him even more of a personality and made it easier for the people around the world to fall in love with his charm The film introduced many to the mysterious and dangerous world of the cocaine culture Audiences were given a glimpse of the money women power and the exotic life of the cocaine world However along with the fun the theme of the film that luxury corrupts eventually brings the audience to the brutal reality that materialism surrounding oneself will in end be the factor that destroys him His dream was his tragic flaw eventually destroying himself I never fucked anybody over in my life who didnt have it coming to him you got that All I have in this world is my balls and my word and I dont break them for no one you understand There is no question why this character is so admired he has the traits that everyman ever wanted He was brave and ruthless and was honest This showed immigrants and people world wide that The world is yours and anything can be accomplished in America
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