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Best Gangster Movies

Whether it's the Mafia, the Yakuza or some hoodlums on the street corner, these guys are not to be messed with. FilmFish brings to you our favourite movies from the world of organised crime.

Best Crime Movies

Say hello to my little friend - movies that keep you on the edge of your seat. These aren’t just your Italian mobsters. The Coen brothers’ “Fargo” shows that even sweet Minnesotans are capable of a fantastic heist. Or not.

Best 90s Drama

This collection contains only the very finest dramatic efforts from the 1990s, including (but not limited to) Ishiguro's melancholy masterpiece 'The Remains of the Day' and Spielberg's challenging epic 'Schindler's List', addressing head on the darkest chapter in Europe's history.

'Movies Like the Godfather': American Gangster Epics

Enjoy the epic journey as these gang-lords build up monumental criminal empires from scratch. Of course, it goes without saying they all die peacefully of old age, surrounded by loving families, and thwarted rivals chortling 'fair play!'.

'Movies Like Lawless': Prohibition Era Gangland

This collection of movies proves where there's a will, there's a way - and, in the case of prohibition, that way was provided by burly Italian-American men with an endless supply of Tommy Guns. From 1990 classic 'Miller's Crossing' to relatively recent release 'Lawless' America's dry spell continues to provide inspiration for quality crime flicks!

Coen Brothers Movies

From their stunning neo-noir start with 'Blood Simple' in 1984 to their vastly underappreciated dramedic biopic 'Inside Llewyn Davis' in 2013, Joel and Ethan Coen have managed to maintain a recognizable style while never lapsing into sameness. So whether you're looking for some pitch black humor, postmodern flair, or just a bloody good story, check out out the Coens' complete filmography right here and start feeling the brotherly love!

'Fargo to Line of Fire': Neo-Nineties-Noir

The best neo-noir crime the nineteen nineties has to offer, before and after Quentin Tarantino revolutionized the genre; includes 'Fargo', 'Pulp Fiction', 'Miller's Crossing' - you know, the usual suspects ;).

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