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*The Al Pacino appreciation thread*

geminigirl

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I am just watching Scarface for the first time in sooo many years. I don't even remember it actually. I forgot how good it is...love it!

He is hands down my fav actor. I want to have babies with him.

My number one fav movie of his would hands down be..God Father 2 as Micheal Corleone..mmmm sexy.



What are your fav Al Pacino movies?
 

Bumbaclat

TRIBE Member
# Torch (2006) (announced)
# Rififi (2007) (pre-production)
# 88 Minutes (2006) (post-production) .... Jack Gramm

# Two for the Money (2005) .... Walter Abrams
# The Merchant of Venice (2004) .... Shylock
... aka Mercante di Venezia, Il (Italy)
... aka William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice (USA: complete title)
# "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) TV Series .... Roy Cohn
# Gigli (2003) .... Starkman
# The Recruit (2003) .... Walter Burke
# People I Know (2002) .... Eli Wurman
... aka Im inneren Kreis (Germany)
... aka Innere Kreis, Der (Germany: video title)
# S1m0ne (2002) .... Viktor Taransky
# Insomnia (2002) .... Detective Will Dormer
# Chinese Coffee (2000) .... Harry Levine

# Any Given Sunday (1999) .... Tony D'Amato
# The Insider (1999) .... Lowell Bergman
# The Devil's Advocate (1997) .... John Milton
... aka Devil's Advocate (USA: DVD box title)
... aka Im Auftrag des Teufels (Germany)
# Donnie Brasco (1997) .... Benjamin 'Lefty' Ruggiero
# City Hall (1996) .... Mayor John Pappas
# Heat (1995) .... Lt. Vincent Hanna
# Two Bits (1995) .... Gitano Sabatoni
... aka A Day to Remember
# Carlito's Way (1993) .... Carlito 'Charlie' Brigante
# Scent of a Woman (1992) .... Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade
# Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) .... Ricky Roma
# The Godfather Trilogy: 1901-1980 (1992) (V) .... Don Michael Corleone
... aka The Godfather Saga (USA)
... aka The Godfather Trilogy
# Frankie and Johnny (1991) .... Johnny
... aka Frankie & Johnny (USA: poster title)
# The Godfather: Part III (1990) .... Don Michael Corleone
... aka Mario Puzo's The Godfather: Part III (USA: complete title)
# "Tonight with Jonathan Ross"
- Episode #1.116 (????) TV Episode
# Dick Tracy (1990) .... Big Boy Caprice
# The Local Stigmatic (1990) .... Graham

# Sea of Love (1989) .... Det. Frank Keller
# Revolution (1985) .... Tom Dobb
# Scarface (1983) .... Tony Montana
# Author! Author! (1982) .... Ivan Travalian
# Cruising (1980) .... Steve Burns
... aka William Friedkin's Cruising (USA: closing credits title)

# ...And Justice for All (1979) .... Arthur Kirkland
# Bobby Deerfield (1977) .... Bobby Deerfield
... aka Heaven Has No Favorites (Australia)
# Dog Day Afternoon (1975) .... Sonny
# The Godfather: Part II (1974) .... Don Michael Corleone
... aka Mario Puzo's The Godfather: Part II (USA: complete title)
# Serpico (1973) .... Officer Frank Serpico
# Scarecrow (1973) .... Francis Lionel 'Lion' Delbuchi
# The Godfather (1972) .... Michael Corleone
... aka Mario Puzo's The Godfather (USA: complete title)
# The Panic in Needle Park (1971) .... Bobby

# Out of It (1969) .... Ray
# Me, Natalie (1969) .... Tony
# "N.Y.P.D."
- Deadly Circle of Violence (1968) TV Episode .... John James
 
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KillaLadY

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Al Pacino is one of my fav actors... I just like how eventhough the movie can be total crap, he tries so hard to make it bearable to watch.
 
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CO2

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Al Pacino has always been my favourite male actor. He can prett ymuch play any character. From a violent and paranoid drug dealer in "Scarface" to a gay and bumbled bank robber in "Dog Day Afternoon", he is the epitomy of the versatile method actor.

A good representation of great acting and bad acting is astoundingly apparent in "Devil's Advocate" opposite Keanu Reeves. Seeing those two in the last scene during both those speeches shows these glaring differences.

"Say goo'nite to da bad guy"
 
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rave jedi

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He was great in "Heat". 2 amazing actors Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino in the same film sharing so little screen time together. It had to do with both actors having over inflated egos. However, I will state that Al Pacino > Robert DeNiro. I loved the movie because Pacino's character punked DeNiro's charcter. ;)
 
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geminigirl

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rave jedi said:
He was great in "Heat". 2 amazing actors Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino in the same film sharing so little screen time together. It had to do with both actors having over inflated egos. However, I will state that Al Pacino > Robert DeNiro. I loved the movie because Pacino's character punked DeNiro's charcter. ;)

Those are my absolute 2 fav actors.
 

[- FuNKtiOn -]

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Heat, Dog Day Afternoon, and Scarface and my top 3 for him.
and yeah, definately one of the best actors out there.

and oddly enough last night I borrowed the Recruit off my buddy to watch at some point this weekend.
 

mitsuko souma

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Aerius Zension said:
2nd'ed Godfather 2, better than the first.
Agreed. I can't believe the studio wanted to pass on him for the Godfather franchise. Coppola really had to steamroll them.
But HEAT was also pretty fantastic.
 

kerouacdude

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mitsuko souma said:
Agreed. I can't believe the studio wanted to pass on him for the Godfather franchise.
You have to consider it was a long-running number-one best seller and the director wanted the lead to be a guy nobody'd seen in anything. It's actually pretty understandable.
 
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