When it comes to representation in film, Miami's not L.A. It's not New York City. It's not even Toronto. Compared to these overused movie locales, Miami has just a handful of productions under its belt: Chef, Pain & Gain, Bad Boys, There's Something About Mary, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
But the greatest of all these, as everybody knows, is Scarface.
The classic Pacino film has been embraced by Miamians ever since its 1983 release, and it still represents Miami to the rest of the world. What's not to love: cocaine, guns, mobsters, hot tubs, hilariously oversized lapels.
Still, a lot has changed in the three decades since Tony Montana first introduced you to his little friend. Maybe the original Scarface needs an update. And maybe you're the one to do it.More »