Illegal booze and mucho violence are all the rage, but of course it can't be anything to do with Al Capone (Robert De Niro) because he denies any kind of wrong-doing(!) Federal agent Eliot Ness (Kevin Costner) is the man determined to put a stop to it all, with the help of cop Jim Malone (Sean Connery).
This is a film that needs little explanation because most people with an interest in the characters will already have seen it, but here De Niro smarms his way through his big baddie role, Costner is his usual wimpy self trying to be macho and hard and Sean Connery is... Sean Connery, as always. Of course, good will out in the end anyway.
The thumping opening music from Ennio Morricone's score, the train station shoot-out aped in Naked Gun 33.3 and lifted from The Battleship Potemkin and the murder of Connery's character when he seems to have more lives than not only a cat but also Bond's aide Felix Leiter, are three moments sure to remind you of when you last saw this hugely-entertaining movie.