Martin Scorsese's pic is a mob classic, and Pesci's psychotic and comic gangster is a highlight. He even won the movie's only Oscar.
Pesci and Marisa Tomei are hysterical as leather-clad New York stereotypes down in the Deep South.
The only movie made by Scorcese and starring De Niro that's underrated, Casino is also the most sentimental mob movie you'll find.
Pesci's first go-round with De Niro and Scorsese is this epic, heartbreaking, sickening story of boxer Jake La Motta.
The blockbuster features one of Pesci's funniest performances, as the burglar little boys love to shoot with a BB gun.
Pesci adds a hilarious new dimension to the franchise as a motormouthed mob accountant working with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.
Sergio Leone's epic about the American Dream brings the grandeur of the Western to the mob genre.
Oliver Stone's take on the Kennedy assassination will make you think -- and wow you with its all-star ensemble.
Pesci started his career in stand-up, so he's a natural in this comedy, alongside fellow wiseass Rodney Dangerfield.
Pesci anchors this overlooked flick as a crime-scene shutterbug stalking the streets of forties New York City to get gruesome photos.