Who'll read a review for a film out years ago anyway?Well, you are! This film gets history wrong, but who cares? It's Hollywood! Why let the facts get in the way? In true life, real life, Ness and Capone never met, Ness didn't do that thing at the courthouse, and the list goes on. But despite all that, this is an exciting, stylized film that makes you long for the days of Organized Crime (hey, it's better than unorganized crime!) Many scenes in this film are memorable, and of them, the "Steps Scene" is perhaps one of the most annotated when it comes to cinema class at college (or university). DePalma pays "homage" to a brilliant scene from The Battleship Potemkin (I think, I can't remember which film it is now) where murder and mayhem takes place on a huge outdoor stairway between Russian soldiers and the public. And yes, there was a baby carriage as well. DePalma pays tribute to this scene in this film, and I only mention this part of the film so that if you rent it and watch it with your friends you can look so fucking smart in front of your friends that they will not want to hang out with you anymore.Every other thing about this film is very good and well worth watching.