A former drug lord returns from prison determined to wipe out all his competition and distribute the profits of his operations to the city's poor in this stylish and ultraviolent modern twist on Robin Hood. Written by
Keith Loh <email@example.com>
Where "Scarface" left off... "King of New York" begins.
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Did You Know?
Most of the "night shots" in the film were shot at either dusk or dawn for the best lighting. See more
When Bishop is reviewing Frank White's rap sheet on his computer, the word "parole" is misspelled as "parol", and "personnel" is misspelled as "personel". See more
He's a fucking glitter-boy! He's looking to get sprayed, laid, played, and slayed. You know what I'm saying?
I heard that.
Referenced in True Crime: New York City
Words & Music / Joe Delia
(as Delia) - Nicholas St. John
(as St. John)
Slymoon Pub. Co. BMI
Performed by Freddie Jackson
(c) 1989 See more