- Tony: Gloucester. Elvira: Anne. Frank: Henry VI. Manny: Buckingham. Chi Chi: Catesby. Sosa: Henry Tudor.
- The ending is remincient of Macbeth: the wife is gone, the protagonist is left all alone, and waits for the inevitable end he knows is just around the corner.
- Knowing Michael, especially if Tom was still keeping tabs on things for him, he would have done something for him, such as send him an allowance. It's a neat idea, though: the timelines fit.
- Technically yes, the timelines work, but only barely. Godfather II takes place in 1958 and Scarface starts in 1980 and ends in 1983. That would make Tony around 22 at the beginning of Scarface, which given his indicated backstory (military service and at least one stint in prison) stretches plausibility.
- Tony indicates that his father was present at least for part of his childhood, meaning that Michael would've had to have been making regular trips to post-revolutionary Cuba over the course of several years, which seems unlikely. Also the "Montana" is Italian (anglicized from "Montani"), and I think we're meant to assume it's his father's, meaning Michael would've been using an alias, which he isn't really known to do (thought it's conceivable that Mama had some Italian ancestry).
Having Dio's time powers would explain all the stuff that he gets to use in Blind Rage. Invincibility is the result of time-locking his physical condition so that none of the damage Tony takes will be fatal. Healing through wounding enemies is extended from Dio's vampirism. The time-locking also explains why reloading a weapon while entering Blind Rage leaves you unable to fire, as opposed to "refreshing" your ammunition count every time it runs low (like in Clive Barker's Jericho): the ammunition status is time-locked at whatever it was at upon entering Blind Rage.
The reason why Tony needs to build his Balls meter is because he does not have mastery over it yet, but give him time. As for why it does not stop The World around him, maybe Tony prefers to give his enemies the illusion of having a chance. It fits his personality.
- Jossed, the house Tony stays in is way out in the glades, no street, no vehicle access we can see, and there's a boat dock and river that is not in the film. Moreover the furnishings of the shack are different to his home.