Netflix: 5 Gangster Movies That Inspired GTA

News culture Netflix: 5 Gangster Movies That Inspired GTA

Rockstar has been inspired by cinema since the beginnings of Grand Theft Auto to enrich its world and offer players more cliched quests. From GTA III to GTA V via GTA IV as well as San Andreas and Vice City episodes, the saga is openly based on the seventh art. Here are 5 movies available on Netflix that inspired the highest-grossing video game franchise.

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  • baby driver
  • the heat
  • the free
  • Scarface
  • taxi driver

baby driver

We begin our criminal journey except for our only choice. baby driver It is an action film directed and written by Edgar Wright (The Cornetto Trilogy) and stars Ansel Elgort in the title role alongside Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Esa Gonzalez, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, and finally Jon Bernthal. Why do we make Baby Driver an exception? This feature film released in 2017 is inspired by Rockstar Games. The predominance of soundtracks is the first clue, GTAs have always emphasized music with radios that has become legendary with players. The context of the thefts, the climax of the narrative as well as the photography, both sunny and colorful, in their own way reflect that of the video game saga.


the heat

the heat It is one of the most worshiped heist films in the seventh art, and even Thrones above all other films. The feature film directed and written by Michael Mann (Collateral, Public Enemies) and released in 1995 is actually a remake of the same director’s LA Takedown TV movie. The latter recruited for this new high-rise heist among the most famous actors of Hollywood cinema. Under the masks and within the regime’s forces we find Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and finally Val Kilmer. Heat undoubtedly provided ideas for Rockstar Studios who captured the film’s final heist scene as it was. Grand Theft Auto IV’s “Three Leaf Clover” mission is, so to speak, cut-and-paste from the famous cinematic sequence. Finally, the physical and attitude similarities between actor Robert De Niro and Grand Theft Auto V’s character – Michael De Santa – closely link the video game series and cinema.

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Netflix: 5 Gangster Movies That Inspired GTA

the free

the free (or Goodfellas with its original title) is a movie about the New York underworld directed by Martin Scorsese (The Departed, Shutter Island) and written by Nicholas Bilge (Casino, Irish). This adaptation of Wiseguy’s book released in 1990 serves Robert De Niro and, once again, Ray Liotta and Joe Pesci in order to convey Henry Hill’s life on the big screen between 1955 and 1980, from his rise to his fall within the Brooklyn Mafia. Goodfellas has been recognized by moviegoers as one of the best gangster movies of all time, along with The Godfather and Once Upon a Time in America. Far from the context and location of the mafia, New York City, which is in the center of Grand Theft Auto IV, Goodfellas shares another game of the GTA saga with one of its representatives. Ray Liotta, who plays Henry Hill in Mr. Scorsese’s film, gives his voice to the main character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City… Tommy Vercetti.


Scarface

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City relied heavily on gangster movies set in the ’80s, but nothing comes close to legendary. Scarface Themed turbocharger Al Pacino. Directed by Brian De Palma (The Incorruptibles, Mission Impossible) and written by Oliver Stone (Born Killers), this film chronicles the bloody rise within organized crime in Miami for Cuban refugees and ex-convicts. The famous saw that has been incorporated by the Rockstar teams into their game is a tribute to the feature film and its penchant for violence, which is very graphic violence. The various GTA heroes and their personal pursuit of the American Dream also echo Tony Montana’s corrupt vision. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City also shares many similarities with its cinematic counterpart, both in terms of music added to the soundtrack and The Vercetti Estate, which is strongly reminiscent of Tony’s Mansion, an iconic location from the 1983 movie.

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taxi driver

It’s hard to talk about the movies that inspired Rockstar Studios and more gangster movies without dealing almost exclusively with Robert De Niro’s career because the latter was particularly prolific in the field. taxi driver (1976), directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Paul Schrader (Raging Bull, Open Grave), is not a Mafia movie in the strict sense of the word, but it is steeped in this sticky post-Vietnam war in New York that has been plagued by rampant crime. The story revolves around veteran Travis Bickle, a 26-year-old who suffers from insomnia and becomes a taxi driver. Wandering the streets of the American city, he is the privileged witness to the vice that reigns there, fueling an existential crisis that will drive him crazy. Disappointed character and corrupt New York City… GTA is not far away.


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