Carlito goes to the train station to buy tickets for him and Gail, who is now pregnant with his child. When he stops by the club he now co-owns, he is stopped by a group of Italian mobsters led by Vinnie. They plan on killing him, but he manages to escape through a secret exit. This little fight of theire finally ends in Grand Central Station, where Vinnie is killed by police attracted to the scene because of all the gunfire.
By now, Carlito is running to catch up to Gail and his gangster friend Pachanga(Luiz Guzman). He is then somehow shot by Benny Blanco, who was in disguise, who shoots Carlito several times in the stomach with a silenced gun. Pachanga tells the slowly dying Carlito he is now working for Blanco, only to be shot as well. Carlito hands a teary eyed Gail the moeny from the club and tells her to get herself and her unborn child somewhere safe to start a new life somewhere else. As the EMTs ar wheeling him away on a gurney, he looks at a billboard that bears an image of a Caribbean beach and a woman. As Carlito passes away, the billobard comes to life in his mind and the woman in the picture is Gail.
My rating of this movie is a 10 out of 10, a 5 out of 5 star rating. It's a little gory, and has occasional bad words here and there, but is pretty good. Not suprisingly, it has an R rating, so kids may not be able to watch it, but I like it, it's pretty cool, and Al Pacino is one of my fave actors.