Believe it or not, it's been 16 years since Martin Scorsese's epic film version of Henry Hill's true tales of mob life. Scorsese masterfully employs every filmmaking gimmick imaginable (including one of those show-off tracking shots that goes on and on forever without cutting) to follow Ray Liotta's Hill and his lowlife pals Tommy (Joe Pesci) and Jimmy (Robert DeNiro). These three have the natural-born rotteness to make it big in the mafia, but Henry and Jimmy are held back by being insufficiently Italian, while Tommy's such a gun-happy psyhco that he makes even the other gun-happy psychos in the mob nervous. (Even if by now you could recite Pesci's "What do you mean I'm funny?" scene from memory, it's still as chilling as ever.) This week offers you a rare chance to enjoy this classic shocker's bloodspray and endless profanity on the big screen. The Godfather trilogy has its fanatical followers, as does Scarface. But let's not kid ourselves; there's GoodFellas, and then there's every other mob picture. Edwards South Coast Village, 1561 W. Sunflower Ave., Santa Ana, (800) 326-3264. Wed., 9 p.m., $6; Edwards Rancho Santa Margarita, 30632 Santa Margarita Pkwy., Rancho Santa Margarita, (949) 888-3358. Thurs.,... More >>>