GoodFellas
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
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.
Current Score:
798
Total Votes:
958
2
Pesci and Marisa Tomei are hysterical as leather-clad New York stereotypes down in the Deep South.
Current Score:
556
Total Votes:
902
3
The only movie made by Scorcese and starring De Niro that's underrated, Casino is also the most sentimental mob movie you'll find.
Current Score:
533
Total Votes:
845
4
Pesci's first go-round with De Niro and Scorsese is this epic, heartbreaking, sickening story of boxer Jake La Motta.
Current Score:
339
Total Votes:
703
5
The blockbuster features one of Pesci's funniest performances, as the burglar little boys love to shoot with a BB gun.
Current Score:
330
Total Votes:
770
6
Pesci adds a hilarious new dimension to the franchise as a motormouthed mob accountant working with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.
Current Score:
246
Total Votes:
622
7
Sergio Leone's epic about the American Dream brings the grandeur of the Western to the mob genre.
Current Score:
118
Total Votes:
508
8
Oliver Stone's take on the Kennedy assassination will make you think -- and wow you with its all-star ensemble.
Current Score:
86
Total Votes:
494
9
Pesci started his career in stand-up, so he's a natural in this comedy, alongside fellow wiseass Rodney Dangerfield.
Current Score:
-16
Total Votes:
446
10
Pesci anchors this overlooked flick as a crime-scene shutterbug stalking the streets of forties New York City to get gruesome photos.
Current Score:
-113
Total Votes:
365