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Letís Be Real, Tony Montana Was A fu-king Snake!


 


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How did you feel about Tony Montana in Scarface?
Tony did what he had to do to make the world his. 63 37.28%
Tony was a real grimy type nigga who deserved every bullet. 77 45.56%
Fuck Tony, the movie should have been about Sosa. 29 17.16%
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 3 weeks ago '17        #1
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Obadiah1Verse18 20 heat pts20
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Letís Be Real, Tony Montana Was A fu-king Snake!
 

 
I always kind of knew it from the first time I watched Scarface, but the older I get, I realize Tony Montana really wasnít sh*t. The n*gga lets his boy get chopped up in front of him, starts working for a guy that saved him from being destitute and put him on his feet, but he is scheming on his woman and his empire from the second that they meet. Starts to negotiate deals with the plug without the bossí say-so so he can eventually cut him out of the equation, and of course, k*lls his boy after finding out heís fu*king his sister whom he is a bit too obsessed with. He did more stuff obviously, but Tony was acting like a real ho throughout that movie. Not a n*gga you want to have on your team. What do yíall think?
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91 comments for "Letís Be Real, Tony Montana Was A fu-king Snake!"

 3 weeks ago '11        #2
tonio25 6 heat pts
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Its a movie about a drug dealer. Wtf do you expect
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 3 weeks ago '17        #3
Obadiah1Verse18 20 heat pts20 OP
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 tonio25 said
Its a movie about a drug dealer. Wtf do you expect
Drug dealers donít have morals? No snitching is part of a moral code the streets live by, so your argument is pointless.
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 3 weeks ago '15        #4
Black Larry 4 heat pts
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I feel what you saying. Tbh is part of that drug game. Cocaine a hell of a drug. You hit every point tho. Grimey from the start.

Low key the movie touches on how he was getting fu*ked by the system too but thats mostly background noise for the movie. He ultimately made his own bed and didn't wanna play by the rules. So sosa the man with real power took his little a*s out. All he had to do was go back to jail. Maybe some club fed type sh*t and come out a millionaire. sh*t martha stewart did it for millions. Smart lady. Either lose your millions or go to jail and when you come out your still rich.

Plus that move probably wouldve saved tonys life. Or at least extended it. But move wouldn't of ended as dope as it did. Also he def was on some incest sh*t with his sis. No reason for none of that sh*t with his man.
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 3 weeks ago '16        #5
MrNobody 
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The next great director will take the Montana archetype, apply it to the Fore Fathers in a period piece, then get dealt with for making it.

I can picture Jonah Hill going Indie and pullin off something like that.

He feels like a goofy and wants to be taken seriously. Martin turned him into a Pesci parody, but he pulled it off beautifully. Mans had watershed moments in that film. It’s a bit of a long shot, but I can see him doing some real Kubrickian sh*t.

As for Tony, he was simply a lost cokehead. I guess u can say he foreshadowed the chaotic crack epidemic, something the families at the meeting in the Godfather said would ruin n*ggas.

Tony was the embodiment of that n*gga, and don’t get it twisted. He was a n*gga.

Hollywood loves to talk about n*ggas subtlety. Blanqueamiento worked out beautifully, and ppl generally view Latinos as white or Asian when close to most n*ggas in this hemisphere live in Latin countries.

You can call him a ho n*gga, but that’s not what it’s about. He had faith in himself. When that faith turned into hubris, he lost himself.

The scene in the country club is the one that sticks out most to me.

He had a mental breakdown, cause he still didn’t feel accepted. The things he wanted and got were less emblematic of his faith and more of a ticket to the other side.

It was like Jesus on the cross crying out to God. A cry to God is personal and humble. It’s a very spiritual activity. When Tony was on his cross, he was crying out to the exact opposite of God. That’s why he was so loud and wanton, straight up attention seeking.

Despite his life choices, Tony was blessed. It was never his works that got him where he was, it was his faith.

When he lost his faith, he lost his mind.

When n*ggas lose their faith, they lose their identity and fall into nihilism.


I’m gonna watch it again sometime soon.
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 3 weeks ago '04        #6
Young Fab 2 heat pts
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n*gga saw what he wanted and took it.

That simple.

And to answer dude's question above: no, drug dealers don't have morals.
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 3 weeks ago '15        #7
Hellmatic 3 heat pts
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Tony was the original rico
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 3 weeks ago '14        #8
Daptism 21 heat pts21
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 MrNobody said
The next great director will take the Montana archetype, apply it to the Fore Fathers in a period piece, then get dealt with for making it.

I can picture Jonah Hill going Indie and pullin off something like that.

He feels like a goofy and wants to be taken seriously. Martin turned him into a Pesci parody, but he pulled it off beautifully. Mans had watershed moments in that film. Itís a bit of a long shot, but I can see him doing some real Kubrickian sh*t.

As for Tony, he was simply a lost cokehead. I guess u can say he foreshadowed the chaotic crack epidemic, something the families at the meeting in the Godfather said would ruin n*ggas.

Tony was the embodiment of that n*gga, and donít get it twisted. He was a n*gga.

Hollywood loves to talk about n*ggas subtlety. Blanqueamiento worked out beautifully, and ppl generally view Latinos as white or Asian when close to most n*ggas in this hemisphere live in Latin countries.

You can call him a ho n*gga, but thatís not what itís about. He had faith in himself. When that faith turned into hubris, he lost himself.

The scene in the country club is the one that sticks out most to me.

He had a mental breakdown, cause he still didnít feel accepted. The things he wanted and got were less emblematic of his faith and more of a ticket to the other side.

It was like Jesus on the cross crying out to God. A cry to God is personal and humble. Itís a very spiritual activity. When Tony was on his cross, he was crying out to the exact opposite of God. Thatís why he was so loud and wanton, straight up attention seeking.

Despite his life choices, Tony was blessed. It was never his works that got him where he was, it was his faith.

When he lost his faith, he lost his mind.

When n*ggas lose their faith, they lose their identity and fall into nihilism.


Iím gonna watch it again sometime soon.
Ehh you are giving the character too much character, your initial description of him being a lost cokehead is perfect. Thats all he is and nothing else.

A true gangster who exhibits sociopathic tendencies and a ruthless tactical mind would be Tony Soprano. There was a character with depth, charisma and being a boss.
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 3 weeks ago '15        #9
abcxyz 5 heat pts
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You had to watch Scarface multiple times to realize these things?....

 3 weeks ago '17        #10
Rugged 
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Easily the worst fake Cuban accent I've heard in my life....easy
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 3 weeks ago '16        #11
BathWaterMelody 50 heat pts50
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Tony loved the kids tho.....
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 3 weeks ago '12        #12
kiddalex 12 heat pts12
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Tony was essentially a wild animal with ambition to get money and no scruples but not a schemer or tactician. He was fine at the level of robbing stash houses or hitting licks but he was never meant to be a boss, didn't help he was sniffing and selling.

He didn't have the sophistication to ever get near the level of a Sosa and was basically fueled only by his lust for more.

He was just lucky he got over on Frank who had gotten old and sloppy and was too trusting of a guy like Tony who was obviously a maniac and power hungry from the moment they met.
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 3 weeks ago '18        #13
Proffesor X 35 heat pts35
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Man k*lled his best friend, you can't trust someone like that

However, his fate came at the hands of his choices. You can't have a change of heart in that business, either you are all in or all out.......
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 3 weeks ago '17        #14
QdobaCasanova 12 heat pts12
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I feel like no one really a*sesses how weird that movie is:

Incest subplot
Chainsaw wielding drug lord
Grimm fairytale-esque conclusion.

But most of yall dont know sh*t about the director so Į\_(ツ)_/Į
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 3 weeks ago '18        #15
DUCEDUCE 11 heat pts11
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He sealed his own fate, once he smoked Manolo he had no one loyal to him anymore. Plus by smoking Manolo his sister helped k*ll him. Then the sicarios came and he was solo.

 3 weeks ago '18        #16
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Counterpoint:
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When we gone acknowledge this man fu*ked over his team, for some 9 ft blue pu**y and legs.

We wanna talk snakes....What about that sh*t ?


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Tony wasssa cokehead, not no snake. He worked for him and died for him. It was all about principle and respect with him everything else was a byproduct.

 3 weeks ago '17        #17
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 Obadiah1Verse18 said
Drug dealers don’t have morals? No snitching is part of a moral code the streets live by, so your argument is pointless.
Incorrect. Falsehood.

Theres no telling what a man will do..any man once the desperation sets in. Narcs stay in business because they keep flipping your nickle dime dealers who squeal on the big fish. Wake up. Been goin around since dawn of time.

If the streets had a tight lid on the game, then the narcs wouldn't be effective
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 3 weeks ago '12        #18
Thworldisyours 66 heat pts66
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The best characters are complex.
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 3 weeks ago '08        #19
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 Young Fab said
n*gga saw what he wanted and took it.

That simple.

And to answer dude's question above: no, drug dealers don't have morals.
Basically.

Tony was a villain. Idk why n*ggas don't understand that.

I still cheered for him tho
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 3 weeks ago '16        #20
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 Proffesor X said
Man k*lled his best friend, you can't trust someone like that

However, his fate came at the hands of his choices. You can't have a change of heart in that business, either you are all in or all out.......
Manolos was always fu*king up.....when he was supposed to be watching Tony and his friend Angel on the balcony he didn't even see that Angel got pulled in the hotel room because he was flirting with the bi*ch... he introduced tony to seidelbaum who was a cop....he disappeared when tony left him in charge......then he pops up and pokes his chest out when tony finds out he fu*ks his sister.....(he should of told him before hand) and after tony warned him not too..all the anger was building up for manolo throughout the movie and during the hot tub scene he called him an a**hole.Yeah they was friends but its business first and tony was the boss... he wasnt respecting tony as a boss...so he fired him..


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 3 weeks ago '14        #21
Dolewhip 
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 Obadiah1Verse18 said
Drug dealers donít have morals? No snitching is part of a moral code the streets live by, so your argument is pointless.
Eh, it's part of the code but people break that sh*t alllllllllllll the time.
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 3 weeks ago '16        #22
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 DUCEDUCE said
He sealed his own fate, once he smoked Manolo he had no one loyal to him anymore. Plus by smoking Manolo his sister helped k*ll him. Then the sicarios came and he was solo.
He still had chi chi, Omar and nick the pig...and nick took a shotgun blast to the head 4 him trying to save him...


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 3 weeks ago '15        #23
Mtyjoejnblkblnd 75 heat pts75
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Was just thinking about this yesterday.



Op is right.


Logically thinking, tony was a supreme snake.

 3 weeks ago '15        #24
Mtyjoejnblkblnd 75 heat pts75
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 tonio25 said
Its a movie about a drug dealer. Wtf do you expect
This would fly if tony didnít beat you over the head with his ďmy balls and my wordĒ and ďno kids or women.Ē mantra. He clearly had morals.
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 3 weeks ago '18        #25
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D. All of the above
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