The Untouchables – Special Collector's Edition
AL CAPONE. He ruled Chicago with absolute power. No one could touch him. No one could stop him. – Until Eliot Ness and a small force of men swore they'd bring him down. 1920's prohibition Chicago is corrupt from the judges downward. So in going up against Al Capone, Treasury agent Eliot Ness picks just two cops to help him and his accountant colleague. One is a sharp-shooting rookie, the other a seen-it-all beat man. The four of them are ready to battle Capone and his empire, but it could just be that guns are not the best way to get him.
- " The script by David Mamet is serious, funny, dramatic, and action-packed at all the right times. " – Mike Massie
- " It's a beautifully controlled film, as well as an intensely exciting and enjoyable one. Although De Niro and Connery easily walk away with the acting honors, the less flamboyant performance of Costner is perhaps the most admirable in the film. " – Richard Freedman
- " The Untouchables is a terrific movie, full of the same brand of fierce vitality that made the 1930s gangster films so compelling. " – Bob Thomas