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  • Angelina Jolie and her father Jon Voight at the Oscars in 1986🎬
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  • Angelina Jolie and her father Jon Voight at the Oscars in 1986🎬
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  • 8,212 41 30 August, 2019
  • America’s Living Room 🇺🇸 Thank you, #JonVoight, for using your platform to express the views of so many Americans! 
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  • America’s Living Room 🇺🇸 Thank you, #JonVoight , for using your platform to express the views of so many Americans!
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  • 376 15 28 January, 2020

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  • Pride and glory-Il prezzo dell'onore: Ray e Francis sono due fratelli, entrambi poliziotti. Jimmy ha sposato la sorella dei due, quindi fa parte della famiglia, ma non solo, fa anche parte del dipartimento capeggiato da Francis. Inoltre in questo stesso dipartimento vi è una squadra di polizia corrotta guidata dallo stesso Jimmy, che usa metodi brutali. Quando Ray osserverà un omicidio compiuto proprio da questi, dovrà decidere se denunciare la situazione in nome della giustizia, mettendo a rischio anche il fratello, oppure insabbiare tutto. Film che pone un dilemma etico molto spinoso: è meglio schierarsi a favore della giustizia pur mettendo a repentaglio qualcuno a noi caro oppure è preferibile preservare il proprio benessere, pur avendo sulla coscienza il non aver agito nella maniera giusta? Il padre dei due fratelli appoggerebbe questa seconda opzione, ma lo stesso Francis aprirà gli occhi, spinto da Ray, fino ad arrivare alla decisione che la cosa migliore da fare è arrestare Jimmy. Film ambientato in una New York più scura che mai, i personaggi si muovono tra interrogativi e dubbi su quale sia la scelta migliore da compiere, al limite tra ciò che è legale e non. In situazioni di questo genere la cosa migliore da fare è prendersi le proprie responsabilità come fa Francis e agire verso ciò che è più  giusto come fa Ray, i due fratelli che decidono che l'armonia famigliare non ha senso di esistere se poi ci si macchia di cose così gravi. Il senso di tutto ciò è avere il giusto coraggio di prendere decisioni opportune in tali occasioni, poiché è proprio per egoismo personale che talvolta rimaniamo radicati a scelte sbagliate. E così facendo, il mondo non potrà progredire. 
#recensione #prideandglory #edwardnorton #colinfarrell #jonvoight
  • Pride and glory-Il prezzo dell'onore: Ray e Francis sono due fratelli, entrambi poliziotti. Jimmy ha sposato la sorella dei due, quindi fa parte della famiglia, ma non solo, fa anche parte del dipartimento capeggiato da Francis. Inoltre in questo stesso dipartimento vi è una squadra di polizia corrotta guidata dallo stesso Jimmy, che usa metodi brutali. Quando Ray osserverà un omicidio compiuto proprio da questi, dovrà decidere se denunciare la situazione in nome della giustizia, mettendo a rischio anche il fratello, oppure insabbiare tutto. Film che pone un dilemma etico molto spinoso: è meglio schierarsi a favore della giustizia pur mettendo a repentaglio qualcuno a noi caro oppure è preferibile preservare il proprio benessere, pur avendo sulla coscienza il non aver agito nella maniera giusta? Il padre dei due fratelli appoggerebbe questa seconda opzione, ma lo stesso Francis aprirà gli occhi, spinto da Ray, fino ad arrivare alla decisione che la cosa migliore da fare è arrestare Jimmy. Film ambientato in una New York più scura che mai, i personaggi si muovono tra interrogativi e dubbi su quale sia la scelta migliore da compiere, al limite tra ciò che è legale e non. In situazioni di questo genere la cosa migliore da fare è prendersi le proprie responsabilità come fa Francis e agire verso ciò che è più giusto come fa Ray, i due fratelli che decidono che l'armonia famigliare non ha senso di esistere se poi ci si macchia di cose così gravi. Il senso di tutto ciò è avere il giusto coraggio di prendere decisioni opportune in tali occasioni, poiché è proprio per egoismo personale che talvolta rimaniamo radicati a scelte sbagliate. E così facendo, il mondo non potrà progredire.
    #recensione #prideandglory #edwardnorton #colinfarrell #jonvoight
  • 17 0 15 hours ago
  • In this episode of Unlikely, Jon Voight revisits a time he had with Muhammed Ali at the Pan Am World Airways. Ali asked him to Walk Like A Cowboy as they were departing after their first encounter.

Don't miss an episode! New episodes drop twice a week, exclusively on CLU Live! Link in Bio! #jonvoight #clulive #leadership

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  • In this episode of Unlikely, Jon Voight revisits a time he had with Muhammed Ali at the Pan Am World Airways. Ali asked him to Walk Like A Cowboy as they were departing after their first encounter.

    Don't miss an episode! New episodes drop twice a week, exclusively on CLU Live! Link in Bio! #jonvoight #clulive #leadership

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  • 42 1 24 February, 2020
  • El tren del infierno: Jon Voight, Eric Roberts, Rebecca de Mornay, John P. Ryan, Kenneth MacMillan y Edward Bunker

Director: Andrei Konchalovsky (1985)

Nota: 7,5/10 Anibalpuntos 
Sinopsis 
Manny, el recluso más duro de una remota cárcel de Alaska, elabora un audaz plan y consigue evadirse con su compañero Buck. En un tren de mercancías, Manny y Buck van camino de la libertad; pero, de repente, el maquinista sufre un infarto y muere. Entonces los dos fugitivos se sienten atrapados, solos y lanzados a toda velocidad hacia una muerte segura. Hasta que descubren a un tercer pasajero: una hermosa ferroviaria que está tan desesperada y decidida a salvarse como ellos

Oscars
Nominados: Mejor actor (Jon Voight), Mejor actor de reparto (Eric Roberts) y Mejor montaje

#runawaytrain #jonvoight #ericroberts #rebeccademornay #andreikonchalovsky #1985 #jail #prison #drama #usa #train #cinema #movies #hollywood #oscars
  • El tren del infierno: Jon Voight, Eric Roberts, Rebecca de Mornay, John P. Ryan, Kenneth MacMillan y Edward Bunker

    Director: Andrei Konchalovsky (1985)

    Nota: 7,5/10 Anibalpuntos
    Sinopsis
    Manny, el recluso más duro de una remota cárcel de Alaska, elabora un audaz plan y consigue evadirse con su compañero Buck. En un tren de mercancías, Manny y Buck van camino de la libertad; pero, de repente, el maquinista sufre un infarto y muere. Entonces los dos fugitivos se sienten atrapados, solos y lanzados a toda velocidad hacia una muerte segura. Hasta que descubren a un tercer pasajero: una hermosa ferroviaria que está tan desesperada y decidida a salvarse como ellos

    Oscars
    Nominados: Mejor actor (Jon Voight), Mejor actor de reparto (Eric Roberts) y Mejor montaje

    #runawaytrain #jonvoight #ericroberts #rebeccademornay #andreikonchalovsky #1985 #jail #prison #drama #usa #train #cinema #movies #hollywood #oscars
  • 34 0 23 February, 2020
  • The fuck did I watch? For a movie called 'Karate Dog,' there are two scenes that feature karate, or any fighting. One at the beginning and the other at the very end. So essentially, you have like ninety minutes of painfully unfunny filler. Perhaps the most most heartbreaking thing is this was Bob Clark's final movie before his death. Just the fact he had to do movies like this to stay working makes me sad. The man never got the love he deserved. Nobody on this film got what they deserved. Well, maybe Chevy Chase. Everyone looks miserable, except for Jon Voight who looks like he's having the time of his life. I'm guessing he was the only one on set who knew how easy of a paycheck this was going to be and didn't give a shit. The majority of the movie is a dog teaming up with a cop to find who killed the dog's master. The cop also happens to have an artificially intelligent computer that he can have conversations with, and the thing doesn't fit anywhere into the story or this world. There seems to be a hodgepodge of jokes and ideas that don't blend together. I don't even think I need to say that none of the humor works and it's incredibly painful to sit through, but here I am. I can't even imagine who thought of this or where the idea would even come from. I mean, the idea of an actual karate dog could have made a good kids movie, but that's like 5 minutes of this 90-minute movie. The rest are just stupid K9 jokes and a bland love story with Jaime Pressly who's only in a few scenes. if you love bad movies, really bad movies, you should watch this or if you want to get together with friends and laugh your asses off, then go ahead. #nowwatching #nowplaying #karatedog #bobclark #jonvoight #simonrex #jaimepressly #chevychase #crystalskyworldwide #screenmediaventures #action #comedy #crime #dvd #dvdcollection #dvdcollector #movie #moviecollection #moviecollector #moviereview #filmreview #cinephile #2005 #goonreviewskaratedog
  • The fuck did I watch? For a movie called 'Karate Dog,' there are two scenes that feature karate, or any fighting. One at the beginning and the other at the very end. So essentially, you have like ninety minutes of painfully unfunny filler. Perhaps the most most heartbreaking thing is this was Bob Clark's final movie before his death. Just the fact he had to do movies like this to stay working makes me sad. The man never got the love he deserved. Nobody on this film got what they deserved. Well, maybe Chevy Chase. Everyone looks miserable, except for Jon Voight who looks like he's having the time of his life. I'm guessing he was the only one on set who knew how easy of a paycheck this was going to be and didn't give a shit. The majority of the movie is a dog teaming up with a cop to find who killed the dog's master. The cop also happens to have an artificially intelligent computer that he can have conversations with, and the thing doesn't fit anywhere into the story or this world. There seems to be a hodgepodge of jokes and ideas that don't blend together. I don't even think I need to say that none of the humor works and it's incredibly painful to sit through, but here I am. I can't even imagine who thought of this or where the idea would even come from. I mean, the idea of an actual karate dog could have made a good kids movie, but that's like 5 minutes of this 90-minute movie. The rest are just stupid K9 jokes and a bland love story with Jaime Pressly who's only in a few scenes. if you love bad movies, really bad movies, you should watch this or if you want to get together with friends and laugh your asses off, then go ahead. #nowwatching #nowplaying #karatedog #bobclark #jonvoight #simonrex #jaimepressly #chevychase #crystalskyworldwide #screenmediaventures #action #comedy #crime #dvd #dvdcollection #dvdcollector #movie #moviecollection #moviecollector #moviereview #filmreview #cinephile #2005 #goonreviewskaratedog
  • 26 0 23 February, 2020
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  • 21 7 22 February, 2020
  • BLURAY REVIEW:

ANACONDA QUADRILOGY (1997/2004/2008/2009) @88_films

RRP 19.99£

3 x REGION B BLURAY DISCS ONLY

MOVIES
ANACONDA:
A "National Geographic" film crew is taken hostage by an insane hunter, who forces them along on his quest to capture the world's largest - and deadliest - snake. (3/5)

ANACONDA HUNT FOR THE BLOOD ORCHID: A scientific expedition sets out for Borneo to seek a flower called the Blood Orchid, which could grant longer life. Meanwhile, they run afoul of snakes and each other. (3.5/5)

ANACONDA OFFSPRING: A mercenary-for-hire accepts a mission from a billionaire to capture a dangerous snake that could possibly help cure a terminal illness. (3/5)

ANACONDAS TRAIL OF BLOOD: A genetically created Anaconda, cut in half, regenerates itself into two aggressive giant snakes, due to the Blood Orchid. (3/5)

VIDEO: These are just simple HD masters but they really work and these are the best they’ve looked and too many should look. (4/5)

AUDIO: We get just two tracks per film. First a DTS HD MA track and then a commentary by Scott Harrison who whilst combines the soft academic tones and very much says what he sees but he is incredibly knowledgeable about the films, their history and their place in creature feature lore which makes these a worth while listen (2/5)

EXTRAS: Outstanding extras plenty of featurettes about the series and the movies along with trailers, deleted scenes but 88 out a lot of effort in here and it absolutely unequivocally shows! An essential set. (5/5)

PACKAGE: Beautiful new art, Booklet and a nice cardboard package this is a thing of beauty for some questionable films but this is exemplary work by the 88films team and artist Jérémy Pailler (4/5)

27.5/40

OVERALL: An essential creature feature boxsets set at an astonishing price. On the surface my score may seem harsh but I can’t recommend this set enough, to a certain crowd these are cheesy movies but to fans they have been given a new lease of life by this great company and I hope we get more of these series creature sets

#bluray #blurayreview #blurayreviewer #review #reviewer #jonvoight #jenniferlopez #icecube #davidhasselhoff #action #horror #horrormovies #dannytrejo
  • BLURAY REVIEW:

    ANACONDA QUADRILOGY (1997/2004/2008/2009) @88_films

    RRP 19.99£

    3 x REGION B BLURAY DISCS ONLY

    MOVIES
    ANACONDA:
    A "National Geographic" film crew is taken hostage by an insane hunter, who forces them along on his quest to capture the world's largest - and deadliest - snake. (3/5)

    ANACONDA HUNT FOR THE BLOOD ORCHID: A scientific expedition sets out for Borneo to seek a flower called the Blood Orchid, which could grant longer life. Meanwhile, they run afoul of snakes and each other. (3.5/5)

    ANACONDA OFFSPRING: A mercenary-for-hire accepts a mission from a billionaire to capture a dangerous snake that could possibly help cure a terminal illness. (3/5)

    ANACONDAS TRAIL OF BLOOD: A genetically created Anaconda, cut in half, regenerates itself into two aggressive giant snakes, due to the Blood Orchid. (3/5)

    VIDEO: These are just simple HD masters but they really work and these are the best they’ve looked and too many should look. (4/5)

    AUDIO: We get just two tracks per film. First a DTS HD MA track and then a commentary by Scott Harrison who whilst combines the soft academic tones and very much says what he sees but he is incredibly knowledgeable about the films, their history and their place in creature feature lore which makes these a worth while listen (2/5)

    EXTRAS: Outstanding extras plenty of featurettes about the series and the movies along with trailers, deleted scenes but 88 out a lot of effort in here and it absolutely unequivocally shows! An essential set. (5/5)

    PACKAGE: Beautiful new art, Booklet and a nice cardboard package this is a thing of beauty for some questionable films but this is exemplary work by the 88films team and artist Jérémy Pailler (4/5)

    27.5/40

    OVERALL: An essential creature feature boxsets set at an astonishing price. On the surface my score may seem harsh but I can’t recommend this set enough, to a certain crowd these are cheesy movies but to fans they have been given a new lease of life by this great company and I hope we get more of these series creature sets

    #bluray #blurayreview #blurayreviewer #review #reviewer #jonvoight #jenniferlopez #icecube #davidhasselhoff #action #horror #horrormovies #dannytrejo
  • 93 2 22 February, 2020
  • Midnight Cowboy (1969) ... A landmark in 60’s Cinema & a masterpiece! 
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#midnightcowboy #jonvoight #dustinhoffman
  • Midnight Cowboy (1969) ... A landmark in 60’s Cinema & a masterpiece!
    Check out my reviews of old and current films, including classic and cult features at ...
    https://www.facebook.com/screengemsbyronnie/

    #midnightcowboy #jonvoight #dustinhoffman
  • 17 1 20 February, 2020
  • Midnight Cowboy (1969) - A review
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IMDb rating: 7,8
My rating: 9 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
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There's truly few moments in cinematic history when films can get so honest and substantial like Midnight Cowboy, which perfectly encapsulates New York City in the '60s, with its rawness, poverty and dispair. Two male strangers form a bond born out of their misery and willingness to overcome their existing problems and to make a living out of something, anything. They come from different worlds but come together to survive in a city that devours the unfortunate.

There's a subtle hint at a homosexual attraction between the two, although not explored in the surface, it is still caught in the ambient and does nothing but to enrich the dynamic of their relationship. The city and its people are a wonderfully accurate depiction of New York's reality back in the day, much similar to Martin Scorsese's characterization of New York in Taxi Driver (1976) although much less grim in tone, in my opinion.
Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman both shine in roles meant to feed off each other, not apart. Their dynamic is what brings this movie to life and that dynamic is accompanied and enhanced by brilliant camera work, outstanding direction and superb writing.

Dustin Hoffman's famous line was a pure reaction to a cab driver almost running him over, which elevates the moment to a classic status forever immortalized on film. Midnight Cowboy is an authentic product that packages technical brilliance, honest and heart-felt portrayals and an emotionally authentic display of true filmmaking. It's time you catch up with this unforgettable classic.
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  • Midnight Cowboy (1969) - A review
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    IMDb rating: 7,8
    My rating: 9 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
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    There's truly few moments in cinematic history when films can get so honest and substantial like Midnight Cowboy, which perfectly encapsulates New York City in the '60s, with its rawness, poverty and dispair. Two male strangers form a bond born out of their misery and willingness to overcome their existing problems and to make a living out of something, anything. They come from different worlds but come together to survive in a city that devours the unfortunate.

    There's a subtle hint at a homosexual attraction between the two, although not explored in the surface, it is still caught in the ambient and does nothing but to enrich the dynamic of their relationship. The city and its people are a wonderfully accurate depiction of New York's reality back in the day, much similar to Martin Scorsese's characterization of New York in Taxi Driver (1976) although much less grim in tone, in my opinion.
    Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman both shine in roles meant to feed off each other, not apart. Their dynamic is what brings this movie to life and that dynamic is accompanied and enhanced by brilliant camera work, outstanding direction and superb writing.

    Dustin Hoffman's famous line was a pure reaction to a cab driver almost running him over, which elevates the moment to a classic status forever immortalized on film. Midnight Cowboy is an authentic product that packages technical brilliance, honest and heart-felt portrayals and an emotionally authentic display of true filmmaking. It's time you catch up with this unforgettable classic.
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    #midnightcowboy #60s #jonvoight #dustinhoffman #newyork #filmreview #oscarwinner #bestpicture #filmmaking #acting #cinema #cinematography #photography #drama #classicfilm #moviesyoumustseebeforeyoudie #instafollow #like4like #l4like
  • 40 0 19 February, 2020
  • The Rainmaker is one of the most rounded out adaptations of a John Grisham book. The story is tense and engaging, the storylines intertwine smoothly and the whole cast is great.
  • The Rainmaker is one of the most rounded out adaptations of a John Grisham book. The story is tense and engaging, the storylines intertwine smoothly and the whole cast is great.
  • 17 1 19 February, 2020
  • Is everyone responsible for leadership? In this episode of Unlikely, Jon Voight defines leadership and the role of a leader. He describes who is responsible for becoming a leader and traits every leader should possess. Don't miss an episode! New episodes drop twice a week, exclusively on CLU Live! Link in Bio! #jonvoight #clulive #leadership

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  • Is everyone responsible for leadership? In this episode of Unlikely, Jon Voight defines leadership and the role of a leader. He describes who is responsible for becoming a leader and traits every leader should possess. Don't miss an episode! New episodes drop twice a week, exclusively on CLU Live! Link in Bio! #jonvoight #clulive #leadership

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  • 59 3 19 February, 2020
  • Deliverance (1972) ... Deliverance is an iconic film in 1970's cinema, a film that can never be forgotten after an initial viewing ... and ... it can never be written off emotionally or psychologically. Its themes are at the heart of all literary tales: Man against nature, Man against Man and Man against himself.

#Deliverancemovie #burtreynolds #jonvoight #70smovies 
Check out my reviews of old and current films, including classic and cult features at ...
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  • Deliverance (1972) ... Deliverance is an iconic film in 1970's cinema, a film that can never be forgotten after an initial viewing ... and ... it can never be written off emotionally or psychologically. Its themes are at the heart of all literary tales: Man against nature, Man against Man and Man against himself.

    #Deliverancemovie #burtreynolds #jonvoight #70smovies
    Check out my reviews of old and current films, including classic and cult features at ...
    https://www.facebook.com/screengemsbyronnie/
  • 4 0 17 February, 2020
  • The Five People You Meet in Heaven, 2004
📽: Lloyd Kramer
⭐: Jon Voight, Ellen Burstyn, Jeff Daniels
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📗: The Five People You Meet in Heaven, 2003
👦: Mitch Albom
  • The Five People You Meet in Heaven, 2004
    📽: Lloyd Kramer
    ⭐: Jon Voight, Ellen Burstyn, Jeff Daniels
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    📗: The Five People You Meet in Heaven, 2003
    👦: Mitch Albom
  • 24 3 17 February, 2020
  • To be a director, you have to be a very good actor, because you've got to leave actors with a shred of pleasure at doing what they're doing, and if they think you admire them and like them in the role, that's all for the good.

Remembering the late great Director John Schlesinger, Born on this day 1926-2003🎬🎬🍿🍿🍺🍺🎥🎥🎂🎂 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 #pacificheights #midnightcowboy #marathonman1976 #yanks1979 #dustinhoffman #jonvoight
  • To be a director, you have to be a very good actor, because you've got to leave actors with a shred of pleasure at doing what they're doing, and if they think you admire them and like them in the role, that's all for the good.

    Remembering the late great Director John Schlesinger, Born on this day 1926-2003🎬🎬🍿🍿🍺🍺🎥🎥🎂🎂 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 #pacificheights #midnightcowboy #marathonman1976 #yanks1979 #dustinhoffman #jonvoight
  • 4 0 16 February, 2020
  • To be a director, you have to be a very good actor, because you've got to leave actors with a shred of pleasure at doing what they're doing, and if they think you admire them and like them in the role, that's all for the good.

Remembering the late great Director John Schlesinger, Born on this day 1926-2003🎬🎬🍿🍿🍺🍺🎥🎥🎂🎂 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 #pacificheights #midnightcowboy #marathonman1976 #yanks1979 #dustinhoffman #jonvoight
  • To be a director, you have to be a very good actor, because you've got to leave actors with a shred of pleasure at doing what they're doing, and if they think you admire them and like them in the role, that's all for the good.

    Remembering the late great Director John Schlesinger, Born on this day 1926-2003🎬🎬🍿🍿🍺🍺🎥🎥🎂🎂 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 #pacificheights #midnightcowboy #marathonman1976 #yanks1979 #dustinhoffman #jonvoight
  • 18 0 16 February, 2020
  • Now Watching:
Mission: Impossible (1996)
Directed by Brian DePalma
Poster artwork by Jay Layman
  • Now Watching:
    Mission: Impossible (1996)
    Directed by Brian DePalma
    Poster artwork by Jay Layman
  • 55 2 16 February, 2020
  • Al Pacino revealed that for the scene in the restaurant between Hanna and McCauley, Robert De Niro felt that the scene should not be rehearsed so that the unfamiliarity between the two characters would seem more genuine. .
For the restaurant sequence, Michael Mann ran two cameras simultaneously in order to generate a greater level of fluidity between both rivals. Since there were no rehearsals for the scene, this approach afforded both men a more generous margin for improvisational experimentation.
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This was first film to feature Robert De Niro and Al Pacino acting together, which created much hype prior to release. They both starred in The Godfather: Part II (1974), but never shared the screen together as the split chronology prevented this.
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When this movie was finally released, even its advertising material promoted the film as a De Niro and Pacino "showdown".
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1995  Heat
  • Al Pacino revealed that for the scene in the restaurant between Hanna and McCauley, Robert De Niro felt that the scene should not be rehearsed so that the unfamiliarity between the two characters would seem more genuine. .
    For the restaurant sequence, Michael Mann ran two cameras simultaneously in order to generate a greater level of fluidity between both rivals. Since there were no rehearsals for the scene, this approach afforded both men a more generous margin for improvisational experimentation.
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    This was first film to feature Robert De Niro and Al Pacino acting together, which created much hype prior to release. They both starred in The Godfather: Part II (1974), but never shared the screen together as the split chronology prevented this.
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    When this movie was finally released, even its advertising material promoted the film as a De Niro and Pacino "showdown".
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    1995 Heat
  • 44 7 16 February, 2020
  • Michael Mann visited inmates in Folsom prison to gain some insight into prison life, to aid his depiction of Neil (Robert De Niro). Mann later commented that Neil's collars were always perfectly starched, as they would have been in prison.
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Mann said that Neil's trademark gray suits were designed to help him blend into a crowd and not draw attention to himself.
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The coffee shop scene sold Robert De Niro on the idea of making the film. He, Al Pacino, and Michael Mann later admitted that they couldn't wait to shoot that one scene.
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1995  Heat
  • Michael Mann visited inmates in Folsom prison to gain some insight into prison life, to aid his depiction of Neil (Robert De Niro). Mann later commented that Neil's collars were always perfectly starched, as they would have been in prison.
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    Mann said that Neil's trademark gray suits were designed to help him blend into a crowd and not draw attention to himself.
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    The coffee shop scene sold Robert De Niro on the idea of making the film. He, Al Pacino, and Michael Mann later admitted that they couldn't wait to shoot that one scene.
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    1995 Heat
  • 40 6 16 February, 2020
  • Diane Venora was bemused that she got the part of Al Pacino's wife, seeing as the screenplay described her character as a "languorous redhead with thighs for days".
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The scene where Vincent catches his wife cheating, removes the television set, and later throws it from his car, was lifted from a similar scene with Dennis Farina in Crime Story (1986), also produced by Michael Mann.
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An ending discussed featured Neil and Vincent shooting and killing each other, instead of Vincent shooting Neil. Mann didn't like the idea, and therefore was not filmed. This ending was later used in Insomnia (2002), also starring Al Pacino, whose character and Robin Williams's character shoot each other in the final fight.
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1995  Heat
  • Diane Venora was bemused that she got the part of Al Pacino's wife, seeing as the screenplay described her character as a "languorous redhead with thighs for days".
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    The scene where Vincent catches his wife cheating, removes the television set, and later throws it from his car, was lifted from a similar scene with Dennis Farina in Crime Story (1986), also produced by Michael Mann.
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    An ending discussed featured Neil and Vincent shooting and killing each other, instead of Vincent shooting Neil. Mann didn't like the idea, and therefore was not filmed. This ending was later used in Insomnia (2002), also starring Al Pacino, whose character and Robin Williams's character shoot each other in the final fight.
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  • Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy, directed by John Schlesinger (1969)
  • Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy, directed by John Schlesinger (1969)
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