How accurate are these true crime movies
'Hustlers' - The film is based on a true story that made headlines via an article by Jessica Pressler titled 'The Hustlers at Scores.'
'Goodfellas' (1990) - Scorsese's award-winning classic is based on the life of real criminal Henry Hill (Ray Liotta, center), and his journey in the mob.
'The Untouchables' (1987) - The Untouchables are a group of lawmen led by Elliot Ness (Kevin Costner), who are attempting to bring down Al Capone (Robert De Niro) during the Prohibition era.
'Bonnie and Clyde' (1967) - The film follows the exploits of Bonnie (Faye Dunaway) and Clyde (Warren Beatty), two bank robbers in Texas during the Great Depression.
'Catch Me If You Can' (2002) - Based off of Abagnale's own memoir, he's claimed that, while the story is exaggerated at some points, about 80% of it is accurate.
'The Wolf of Wall Street' (2013) - The movie is actually based off the book written by Belfort himself, so the material may already have inaccuracies.
'The Big Short' (2015) - 'The Big Short' takes a deep dive into the 2007-2008 financial crisis, and follows several different men that benefit from the economic collapse.
'American Hustle' (2013) - The movie stars A-list talent, including Amy Adams, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, and Jennifer Lawrence.
'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford' (2007) - Jesse James (Brad Pitt) was a robber from the mid to late 1800s.
'King of Thieves' (2018) - The Hatton Garden robbery makes for a great film, as we follow a group of retired criminals that attempt to pull off the "largest burglary.
'The Bling Ring' (2013) - Sofia Coppola directed this film starring Emma Watson, where a group of teenagers tracked down celebrities' homes using online sources and robbed them.
'The General' (1998) - The biopic depicts the life of Irish crime lord Martin Cahill (Brendan Gleeson, pictured), also known as "The General,"