The Only 10/10 Mafia Movies  Must Watch

Pale Flower (1964) 

A stunning film with sleek camera movements and perfect noir aesthetic, showing destruction's beauty. A psychological look at the characters of marginalized gambling dens.

Branded To Kill (1967) 

Another yakuza assassin is after a yakuza assassin. Japan's Seijun Suzuki's yakuza noir is sexy, violent, and almost exploitation film-like.

Pale Flower (1964) 

A classic in the world of gangster movies. A look into New York's organized crime scene and the idea of family and duty.

Deewaar (1975)

Salim-Javed's social realism-based gangster action-melodrama.

Nayakan (1987) 

Mani Ratnam's beautiful and chilling film depicts gangsters as people rather than ideas.

Goodfellas (1990) 

A film that is important to culture because it shows how organized crime has changed over the course of three decades by following Henry Hill's life in the Mafia.

Infernal Affairs (2002) 

An intense Hong Kong neo-noir with twists and deceptions. High tension, stylish gunfights, and staccato editing are present.