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The Al Pacino Handbook - Everything you need to know about Al Pacino

The Al Pacino Handbook - Everything you need to know about Al Pacino

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Alfredo James "Al" Pacino (born April 25, 1940) is an American film and stage actor and director. He is most famed for playing mobsters including Michael Corleone in The Godfather trilogy and Tony Montana in Scarface, though he has also appeared several times on the other side of the law—as a police officer, detective and a lawyer. His role as Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman won him the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1992 after receiving seven previous Oscar nominations.

He made his feature film debut in the 1969 film Me, Natalie in a minor supporting role, before playing the leading role in the 1971 drama The Panic in Needle Park. Pacino made his major breakthrough when he was given the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather in 1972, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Other Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor were for Dick Tracy and Glengarry Glen Ross. Oscar nominations for Best Actor include The Godfather Part II, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, the court room drama ...And Justice for All and Scent of a Woman.

In addition to a career in film, he has also enjoyed a successful career on stage, picking up Tony Awards for Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? and The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel. His love of Shakespeare caused him to direct his first film with Looking for Richard, a part documentary on the play Richard III. Pacino has received numerous lifetime achievement awards, including one from the American Film Institute. He is a method actor, taught mainly by Lee Strasberg and Charlie Laughton at the Actors' Studio in New York.

Although he has never married, Pacino has had several relationships with fellow actresses and has three children.

This book is your ultimate resource for Al Pacino. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino, Me, Natalie, The Panic in Needle Park, The Godfather, Scarecrow (1973 film), Serpico, The Godfather Part II, Dog Day Afternoon, Bobby Deerfield, ...And Justice for All (film), Cruising (film), Author! Author! (film), Scarface (1983 film), Revolution (1985 film), Sea of Love (film), The Local Stigmatic, Dick Tracy (1990 film), The Godfather Part III, Frankie and Johnny (1991 film), Glengarry Glen Ross (film), Scent of a Woman, Carlito's Way, Two Bits, Heat (1995 film), Looking for Richard, City Hall (film), Donnie Brasco (film), The Devil's Advocate (film), The Insider (film), Any Given Sunday, Chinese Coffee, Insomnia (2002 film), S1m0ne, People I Know, The Recruit, Gigli, Angels in America (TV miniseries), The Merchant of Venice (2004 film), Two for the Money (film), Ocean's Thirteen, 88 Minutes, Righteous Kill, You Don't Know Jack (film), Jack & Jill (film)

Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.
Alfredo James "Al" Pacino (born April 25, 1940) is an American film and stage actor and director. He is most famed for playing mobsters including Michael Corleone in The Godfather trilogy and Tony Montana in Scarface, though he has also appeared several times on the other side of the law—as a police officer, detective and a lawyer. His role as Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman won him the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1992 after receiving seven previous Oscar nominations.

He made his feature film debut in the 1969 film Me, Natalie in a minor supporting role, before playing the leading role in the 1971 drama The Panic in Needle Park. Pacino made his major breakthrough when he was given the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather in 1972, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Other Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor were for Dick Tracy and Glengarry Glen Ross. Oscar nominations for Best Actor include The Godfather Part II, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, the court room drama ...And Justice for All and Scent of a Woman.

In addition to a career in film, he has also enjoyed a successful career on stage, picking up Tony Awards for Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? and The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel. His love of Shakespeare caused him to direct his first film with Looking for Richard, a part documentary on the play Richard III. Pacino has received numerous lifetime achievement awards, including one from the American Film Institute. He is a method actor, taught mainly by Lee Strasberg and Charlie Laughton at the Actors' Studio in New York.

Although he has never married, Pacino has had several relationships with fellow actresses and has three children.

This book is your ultimate resource for Al Pacino. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino, Me, Natalie, The Panic in Needle Park, The Godfather, Scarecrow (1973 film), Serpico, The Godfather Part II, Dog Day Afternoon, Bobby Deerfield, ...And Justice for All (film), Cruising (film), Author! Author! (film), Scarface (1983 film), Revolution (1985 film), Sea of Love (film), The Local Stigmatic, Dick Tracy (1990 film), The Godfather Part III, Frankie and Johnny (1991 film), Glengarry Glen Ross (film), Scent of a Woman, Carlito's Way, Two Bits, Heat (1995 film), Looking for Richard, City Hall (film), Donnie Brasco (film), The Devil's Advocate (film), The Insider (film), Any Given Sunday, Chinese Coffee, Insomnia (2002 film), S1m0ne, People I Know, The Recruit, Gigli, Angels in America (TV miniseries), The Merchant of Venice (2004 film), Two for the Money (film), Ocean's Thirteen, 88 Minutes, Righteous Kill, You Don't Know Jack (film), Jack & Jill (film)

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  • List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino
  • Me, Natalie
  • The Panic in Needle Park
  • The Panic In Needle Park
  • The Godfather
  • Scarecrow (1973 film)
  • Serpico
  • The Godfather Part II
  • Dog Day Afternoon
  • Bobby Deerfield
  • ...And Justice for All (film)
  • Cruising (film)
  • Author! Author! (film)
  • Scarface (1983 film)
  • Revolution (1985 film)
  • Sea of Love (film)
  • The Local Stigmatic
  • Dick Tracy (1990 film)
  • The Godfather Part III
  • Frankie and Johnny (1991 film)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross (film)
  • Scent of a Woman
  • Carlito's Way
  • Two Bits
  • Heat (1995 film)
  • Looking for Richard
  • City Hall (film)
  • Donnie Brasco (film)
  • The Devil's Advocate (film)
  • The Insider (film)
  • Any Given Sunday
  • Chinese Coffee
  • Insomnia (2002 film)
  • S1m0ne
  • People I Know
  • The Recruit
  • Gigli
  • Angels in America (TV miniseries)
  • The Merchant of Venice (2004 film)
  • Two for the Money (film)
  • Ocean's Thirteen
  • Righteous Kill
  • You Don't Know Jack (film)
  • Jack & Jill (film)
  • Article Sources and Contributors
  • Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors
  • License

Alfredo James “Al” Pacino (born April 25, 1940) is an American film and stage actor and director.

He is most famed for playing mobsters including Michael Corleone in The Godfather trilogy and Tony Montana in Scarface, though he has also appeared several times on the other side of the law—as a police officer, detective and a lawyer. His role as Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman won him the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1992 after receiving seven previous Oscar nominations. He made his feature film debut in the 1969 film Me, Natalie in a minor supporting role, before playing the leading role in the 1971 drama The Panic in Needle Park. Pacino made his major breakthrough when he was given the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather in 1972, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Other Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor were for Dick Tracy and Glengarry Glen Ross. Oscar nominations for Best Actor include The Godfather Part II, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, the court room drama ...And Justice for All and Scent of a Woman. In addition to a career in film, he has also enjoyed a successful career on stage, picking up Tony Awards for Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? and The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel. His love of Shakespeare caused him to direct his first film with Looking for Richard, a part documentary on the play Richard III. Pacino has received numerous lifetime achievement awards, including one from the American Film Institute. He is a method actor, taught mainly by Lee Strasberg and Charlie Laughton at the Actors’ Studio in New York. Although he has never married, Pacino has had several relationships with fellow actresses and has three children. This book is your ultimate resource for Al Pacino. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino, Me, Natalie, The Panic in Needle Park, The Godfather, Scarecrow (1973 film), Serpico, The Godfather Part II, Dog Day Afternoon, Bobby Deerfield, ...And Justice for All (film), Cruising (film), Author! Author! (film), Scarface (1983 film), Revolution (1985 film), Sea of Love (film), The Local Stigmatic, Dick Tracy (1990 film), The Godfather Part III, Frankie and Johnny (1991 film), Glengarry Glen Ross (film), Scent of a Woman, Carlito’s Way, Two Bits, Heat (1995 film), Looking for Richard, City Hall (film), Donnie Brasco (film), The Devil’s Advocate (film), The Insider (film), Any Given Sunday, Chinese Coffee, Insomnia (2002 film), S1m0ne, People I Know, The Recruit, Gigli, Angels in America (TV miniseries), The Merchant of Venice (2004 film), Two for the Money (film), Ocean’s Thirteen, 88 Minutes, Righteous Kill, You Don’t Know Jack (film), Jack & Jill (film) Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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Al Pacino List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino Me, Natalie The Panic in Needle Park The Godfather Scarecrow (1973 film) Serpico The Godfather Part II Dog Day Afternoon Bobby Deerfield ...And Justice for All (film) Cruising (film) Author! Author! (film) Scarface (1983 film) Revolution (1985 film) Sea of Love (film) The Local Stigmatic Dick Tracy (1990 film) The Godfather Part III Frankie and Johnny (1991 film) Glengarry Glen Ross (film) Scent of a Woman Carlito's Way Two Bits Heat (1995 film) Looking for Richard City Hall (film) Donnie Brasco (film) The Devil's Advocate (film) The Insider (film) Any Given Sunday Chinese Coffee Insomnia (2002 film) S1m0ne 1 11 18 21 23 38 41 43 51 58 60 64 70 73 81 83 85 86 96 103 107 113 117 128 130 134 136 139 143 147 156 162 163 167

Licenses and Contributors 207 214 Article Licenses License 216 .People I Know The Recruit Gigli Angels in America (TV miniseries) The Merchant of Venice (2004 film) Two for the Money (film) Ocean's Thirteen 88 Minutes Righteous Kill You Don't Know Jack (film) Jack & Jill (film) 170 172 176 179 185 188 191 196 200 204 206 References Article Sources and Contributors Image Sources.

Dog Day Afternoon.Al Pacino 1 Al Pacino Al Pacino Al Pacino attending the Venice Film Festival in September 2004 Born Occupation Alfredo James PacinoApril 25. picking up Tony Awards for Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? and The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel. His love of Shakespeare caused him to direct his first film with Looking for Richard. He is most famed for playing mobsters including Michael Corleone in The Godfather trilogy and Tony Montana in Scarface. 2001 Sal Pacino. born on February 16. Pacino has had several relationships with fellow actresses and has three children. . though he has also appeared several times on the other side of the law—as a police officer. He made his feature film debut in the 1969 film Me. His role as Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman won him the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1992 after receiving seven previous Oscar nominations. In addition to a career in film. New York. which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. including one from the American Film Institute. born on January 25. taught mainly by Lee Strasberg and Charlie Laughton at the Actors' Studio in New York. a part documentary on the play Richard III. Other Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor were for Dick Tracy and Glengarry Glen Ross.And Justice for All and Scent of a Woman. U. the court room drama .. died on January 12. Pacino has received numerous lifetime achievement awards. 1940New York City. Oscar nominations for Best Actor include The Godfather Part II. born on January 25. He is a method actor. Natalie in a minor supporting role. 2005 (aged 82) Parents Alfredo James "Al" Pacino (born April 25.S. detective and a lawyer.. Serpico. screenwriter. 1922. Pacino made his major breakthrough when he was given the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather in 1972. 1940) is an American film and stage actor and director. born on October 16. director. 1989 Anton Pacino. producer Years active 1968–present Partner Children Jan Tarrant Beverly D'Angelo Julie Marie Pacino. Actor. 2001 Olivia Pacino. Although he has never married. before playing the leading role in the 1971 drama The Panic in Needle Park. he has also enjoyed a successful career on stage.

[3] His father moved to Covina. However. his mother died aged 43.Al Pacino 2 Early life and education Pacino was born in East Harlem. However Pacino boycotted the Academy Award ceremony. that brought Pacino to the attention of director Francis Ford Coppola. where he met acting teacher Charlie Laughton. who cast him as Michael Corleone in the blockbuster 1972 Mafia film The Godfather.[3] After success on stage (see below). Pacino reprised his role as Michael Corleone in the . described by Halliwell's Film Guide as "intense" and "tightly clenched". also died. California. In 1970. who originated from Corleone.[5] In 1962. one of the most influential people in his life. Although several established actors – including Robert Redford. his early work was not financially rewarding. The following year. he got into occasional fights. as he was insulted at being nominated for the Supporting Acting award.[3] During his teenage years 'Sonny'. janitor. Pacino starred in Serpico.[4] In 1973.[2] When he was two. New York City. busboy. released July 1969. Natalie.[4] Growing up in a deprived area.[4] During this period. in theaters or at friends' houses. much to the dismay of studio [3] With Robert Duvall in The Godfather. in which he played a heroin addict. including messenger boy.[5] 1970s It was the 1971 film The Panic in Needle Park. at the ages of 19 and 30 (his friend who died at age 30 had not seen Pacino for some years before he died). an independent film starring Patty Duke. and was something of a minor troublemaker at school.[4] Pacino flunked nearly all of his classes except English and dropped out of school at 17.[4] He acted in basement plays in New York's theatrical underground. and a little-known Robert De Niro – also wanted to portray Michael Corleone. they had an argument and he left home. Warren Beatty. based on the true story of New York City policeman Frank Serpico. in order to finance his acting studies. James Gerardi. who divorced when he was two years old. Pacino made his movie debut with a brief screen appearance in Me. and offered a prime example of his early acting style. aimed to become a baseball player. His mother disagreed with his decision. though he was also nicknamed 'The Actor'. his mother moved to the South Bronx near the Bronx Zoo. Coppola selected the relatively unknown Pacino.[1] He started smoking at age nine and drinking and casual marijuana use at age thirteen. and then joined the Herbert Berghof Studio (HB Studio). with Gene Hackman. Pacino's performance earned him an Academy Award nomination.[1] the son of Italian American parents Rose (née Gerardi) and Salvatore Alfred Pacino. That same year. Sicily. Pacino signed with the talent agency Creative Management Associates (CMA). who became his mentor and best friend. and postal clerk. Kate and James Gerardi. he was frequently unemployed and homeless. noting that he had more screen time than Brando – who was himself boycotting the awards. He was even teased on the set because he was short in height. as he was known to his friends.[1] Pacino attended the High School of Performing Arts in New York. and sometimes had to sleep on the street. and won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. he co-starred in Scarecrow. and worked as an insurance salesman and restaurateur. In 1974. executives.[1] Film career Early film career Pacino found acting to be enjoyable and realized he had a gift for it while studying at the Actors' Studio (see below). His two closest friends died young of drug abuse. but never took hard drugs. He worked at a string of low-paying jobs. to live with her parents. his grandfather. who went undercover to expose the corruption of fellow officers.

a film which provoked protests from New York's gay community. in which critic Roger Ebert wrote that Pacino is ‘the scene-stealer’. a 1969 Off Broadway play by the English writer Heathcote Williams. who co-starred with Pacino in Scarface. National Anthems and other plays. which again saw Pacino lauded by critics for his wide range of acting abilities.Al Pacino sequel The Godfather Part II. in The Godfather Part III (1990). Pacino starred as a race-car driver in Bobby Deerfield..[4] resulting in a four-year hiatus from films. which featured Kenneth Welsh and Kathy Bates. who also directed him in Serpico a few years earlier. 1983's Scarface. directed by Brian De Palma. However he lost out that year to Dustin Hoffman in Kramer vs.. His scenes alone with Ms.. Dog Day Afternoon. In 1991.[3] It was directed by Sidney Lumet. Michael Corleone. Pfeiffer have a precision and honesty that keep the . '74.And Justice for All. He mounted workshop productions of Crystal Clear. The film received mainly positive reviews with Janet Maslin in The New York Times writing. his appearances in the controversial Cruising. who won for Equus.[7] Pacino earned a Golden Globe nomination for his role as Cuban drug lord Tony Montana. losing out to Richard Burton. he enjoyed further success with the release of Dog Day Afternoon. the way in which theater's perceived. for his performances in Serpico. doing The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui on stage and reading that the reason I'd gone back to the stage was that my movie career was waning! That's been the kind of ethos.[4] During the 1970s. Pacino worked on his personal project. '75. The film became the first sequel to win the Best Picture Oscar. The Godfather Part II.And Justice for All. and received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture Actor – Drama for his portrayal of the title role. "Mr. directed by Sydney Pollack. During this time Pacino returned to the stage. unfortunately. Newsweek magazine declared that his performance in the film "is arguably cinema's greatest portrayal of the hardening of a heart". acclaimed as being comparable to the original.[10] Later in the year he followed this up by a return to one of his most famous characters. In 1977. but the third instalment had problems during pre production due to script rewrites and the withdrawal of actors shortly before production. based on the true story of bank robber John Wojtowicz. but did well at the box office. and for both films Pacino was nominated for Best Actor.[3] 3 1980s Pacino's career slumped in the early 1980s. and nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for a fourth time. which Pacino blamed on a rushed production. grossing over US$45 million domestically. Kramer— a role that Pacino had declined. was a commercial and critical failure. and . His next film was the dark drama . Pacino remarked on his hiatus from film: "I remember back when everything was happening. proved to be a career highlight and a defining role.[4] 1990s Pacino received an Academy Award nomination for playing Big Boy Caprice in the box office hit Dick Tracy in 1990. Pacino has not been this uncomplicatedly appealing since his "Dog Day Afternoon" days.[4] In 1975. and Pacino was nominated for his third Oscar. remounting it with director David Wheeler and the Theater Company of Boston in a 50-minute film version. the film was critically panned.[8] In 1985.[3] Upon its initial release. The film earned solid reviews. Pacino starred in Frankie and Johnny with Michelle Pfeiffer. Pacino had four Oscar nominations for Best Actor.[6] and the comedy-drama Author! Author! were critically panned.[3] The film had a good reception.[1] However. The film is about a recently released prisoner (Pacino) who begins a relationship with a waitress (Pfeiffer) in the diner he works in. It was adapted by Terrence McNally from his own Off-Broadway play Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (1987). and he makes Johnny's endless enterprise in wooing Frankie a delight. He starred in the play. The film was never released theatrically but was later released as part of the Pacino: An Actor's Vision box set in 2007."[9] Pacino returned to film in 1989's Sea of Love. The Local Stigmatic.[3] about a detective played by Pacino who is trying to catch a serial killer who finds victims through the singles column in a newspaper..[3] His 1985 film Revolution about a fur trapper during the American Revolutionary War. he appeared in Julius Caesar in 1988 in producer Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival.

[17] His next film. ‘The satanic character is played by Pacino with relish bordering on glee. In this film. that he can implode as well as explode". DeMille Award in 2001 for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. Pacino starred in his theatrical docudrama Looking for Richard. for his portrayal of retired U.S. released in 2003. a small film that received little attention despite a strong Pacino performance. featured Pacino as a CIA . The star studded cast brought together for the performance included Alec Baldwin. taking US$150 million worldwide.Al Pacino film's maudlin aspects at bay. Al Pacino at Rome Film Feast in 2008. gaining a rating of 92 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. in which he and fellow film icon Robert De Niro appeared on-screen together for the first time (though both Pacino and De Niro starred in The Godfather Part II. before starring in Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday in 1999.[3] Pacino acted alongside Sean Penn in the crime dramas Carlito's Way in 1993. Shot almost exclusively as a one-on-one conversation between the two main characters.[16] The film did moderately well at the box office. Pacino turned down an offer to reprise his role as Michael Corleone in the computer game version of The Godfather. The film was a success at the box office. As a result. taking US$113 million dollars worldwide. the first being the Cecil B. was one that Pacino liked.[4] The film and Pacino's performance were well received.[3] That year. it was filmed in 1997 but not released until 2000.[12] Roger Ebert in the Chicago Sun Times wrote. Pacino played Satan in the supernatural thriller The Devil's Advocate (1997) which co starred Keanu Reaves. which is both a performance of selected scenes of William Shakespeare's Richard III and a broader examination of Shakespeare's continuing role and relevance in popular culture.[4] Rarely taking a supporting role since his breakthrough. he was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor for Glengarry Glen Ross.[4] He played the part of a publicist in People I Know. but which did not gain much critical praise or box office success. he accepted a small part in the box office flop Gigli in 2003 as a favour to director Martin Brest [4] The Recruit. Pacino starred in Michael Mann's Heat (1995). titled Scarface: The World is Yours.[3] In 1996. Director Christopher Nolan worked with Pacino for Insomnia. 4 2000s Pacino has not received another nomination from the Academy since Scent of a Woman.’[13] In Donnie Brasco Pacino played mafia gangster "Lefty". S1m0ne. a remake of the Norwegian film of the same name. Chinese Coffee was included along with Pacino's two other rare films he has been involved in producing. although his character does appear in it. on a special DVD boxset titled Pacino: An Actor's Vision which was released in 2007. like in Donnie Brasco. making Pacino the first male actor ever to receive two acting nominations for two different movies in the same year. about a gangster (Pacino) who is released from prison with the help of his lawyer (Penn) and vows to go straight. in the true story of undercover FBI agent Donnie Brasco (Johnny Depp) and his work in bringing down the mafia from the inside.[14] Pacino's film festival-screened Chinese Coffee earned good notices. The Local Stigmatic and Looking for Richard. and to win for the lead role. co-starring Robin Williams. Electronic Arts was not permitted to use Pacino's likeness or voice in the game. Kevin Spacey and Winona Ryder. Pacino also starred as real life 60 Minutes producer Lowell Bergman in the multi-Oscar nominated The Insider opposite Russell Crowe."[11] In 1992 Pacino won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Army Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade in Martin Brest's Scent of a Woman. He did allow his likeness to appear in the game adaptation of [15] the remake of 1983's Scarface. they did not share any scenes). Pacino produced prologues and epilogues for the discs containing the films. Newsweek stated that "he [Pacino] can play small as rivetingly as he can play big. Pacino delivered a performance of a burned-out character. but won two Golden Globes since the year 2000.

playing the role of Grace Bolton.[22] 88 Minutes was released on April 18. Lou Luminick of The New York Post gave Righteous Kill one star out of four.[26] 5 Stage career In 1967. a casino tycoon targeted out of revenge by Danny Ocean and his crew. and in Jean-Claude Van Itallie's America. a street punk. which premiered April 2010.[5] In 1968.[3] For this performance. choosing to add empathy to a character that had usually been played as a straight villain. Desson Thomson wrote in The Washington Post.) the fight between good and evil feels fixed in favor of Hollywood redemption. the American Film Institute named Pacino the recipient of the 35th AFI Life Achievement Award. 1968. Elliott Gould and Andy García as the villain Willy Bank. performing in Clifford Odets' Awake and Sing! (his first major paycheck: $125 a week).[4] Pacino next starred as lawyer Roy Cohn in the 2003 HBO miniseries of Tony Kushner's play Angels in America. 2005 and received mixed reviews. It was well received. with John Cazale winning for Best Supporting actor and Horowitz for Best New Play..[5] Pacino and Clayburgh were cast in "Deadly Circle of Violence". "Al Pacino has played the mentor so many times. The performance earned Pacino his second Emmy Award for lead actor. it was staged in a double bill with Horovitz's It's Called the Sugar Plum.[23] although critics found the fault to be in the plot instead of Pacino's acting. premiering November 12. saying: "Al Pacino and Robert De Niro collect bloated paychecks with intent to bore in Righteous Kill. it was not well received by critics. as Bregman went on to produce many of Pacino's most acclaimed films. the University Philosophical Society of Trinity College. a partnership that became fruitful in the years to come. alongside Renee Russo.[18] In Two for the Money. Matt Damon." "Dog Day Afternoon. he later recalled that "performing for an Italian audience was a marvelous experience". 2008 in the United States. 2006."[19] Pacino starred as Shylock in Michael Radford's 2004 film adaptation of The Merchant of Venice. The film co-starred Alicia Witt and was critically panned. and ran for 177 performances. Clayburgh at the time was also appearing on the soap opera Search for Tomorrow. 2006."[25] Pacino played Dr.. Hurrah. playing Murph. he ought to get a kingmaker's award (. starring Clayburgh. Pacino starred in Israel Horovitz's The Indian Wants the Bronx at the Astor Place Theater. rapper 50 Cent also stars in it. It was Pacino's first journey to Italy. Pacino and Robert De Niro co-star as New York detectives searching for a serial killer.[20] On November 22.. Jack Kevorkian in an HBO Films biopic entitled You Don't Know Jack. The film was released to theaters on September 12. The film received generally favorable reviews. Martin Bregman saw the play and offered to be Pacino's manager. where he met actress Jill Clayburgh while working on this play." and "Scarface".[5] Pacino and this production of The Indian Wants the Bronx traveled to Italy for a performance at the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto. Pacino spent a season at the Charles Playhouse in Boston.[24] In Righteous Kill. 1968. Her father would send the couple money each month to help. ridiculous police thriller that would have been shipped straight to the remainder bin at Blockbuster if it starred anyone else. Although it was an anticipated return for the two stars. Pacino won an Obie Award for Best Actor for his role.[21] Pacino starred in Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean's Thirteen alongside George Clooney. for Best Performance by an Actor in 2004.Al Pacino recruiter and co-stars Colin Farrell. Pacino works as a sports gambling agent and mentor for Matthew McConaughey. The play opened January 17. having already been released in various other countries in 2007. They went on to have a five-year romance and moved together back to New York City. The film is about the life and work of the doctor-assisted suicide advocate.P. Dublin awarded Pacino the Honorary Patronage of the Society. despite being a film Pacino said he "personally couldn't follow". 2008. including "Serpico. an episode of the ABC television series N.[4] On October 20.D.Y. Pacino won his third Golden Globe.[27] . Brad Pitt. a slow-moving. The film was released on October 8.

Kathleen Quinlan and Lyndall Hobbs. theatre directors and playwrights at 432 West 44th Street in the Clinton neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. It really did. with Beverly D'Angelo. The Actors' Studio is a membership organization for professional actors.. after many previous unsuccessful attempts. Lee Strasberg hasn’t been given the credit he deserves . earning US$1 million at the box office in its first week. with whom he had a relationship from 1996 until 2003. is his daughter with acting coach Jan Tarrant. Personal life While Pacino has never married. He had such a great understanding . he loved actors so much.[37] [38] Other relationships he has had over the years include Tuesday Weld. of the Actors' Studio.[4] Filmography . "The Actors' Studio meant so much to me in my life. his co-star in the Godfather Trilogy. directors and playwrights have come out of the studio. Pacino studied under acting coach Lee [3] Strasberg (who later appeared with Pacino in the 1974 film The Godfather Part II). The first. 1989). During later interviews he spoke about Strasberg and the Studio's effect on his career. 2001).Al Pacino On February 25.[5] Pacino continued performing onstage in 1970s. January 25. you’d never heard before . 1969.. along with Ellen Burstyn and Harvey Keitel. off-again relationship ended following the filming of The Godfather Part II. It closed after 39 performances on March 29. Next to Charlie.[35] [36] Pacino also had a relationship with Diane Keaton. "It was exciting to work for him [Lee Strasberg] because he was so interesting when he talked about a scene or talked about people. In 1980s Pacino again achieved critical success on the stage while appearing in David Mamet's American Buffalo. Anton James and Olivia Rose (b..[34] At the studio Pacino studied method acting.[30] [31] 6 Acting background In 1966.[1] which is a phrase that loosely refers to a family of techniques by which actors try to create in themselves the thoughts and emotions of their characters in an effort to develop lifelike performances. for which Pacino was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. Julie Marie (b. That was a remarkable turning point in my life. winning a second Tony Award for The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel and performing the title role in Richard III for a record run on Broadway. 1969."[33] Pacino is currently co-president.[1] Since 1990 Pacino's stage work has included revivals of Eugene O'Neill's Hughie. Marthe Keller. One would just want to hear him talk.. Pacino made his Broadway theatre debut in Don Petersen's Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? at the Belasco Theater. 1969. but Pacino received rave reviews and won the Tony Award on April 20. It was directly responsible for getting me to quit all those jobs and just stay acting. he auditioned at the Actors' Studio and got accepted. He also has twins. The on-again. he has three children.[28] Pacino made his return to the stage in 2010 as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice.. Over its long history many famous and successful actors."[32] During another interview he added.[29] The production continued in October 2010 at the Broadhurst Theatre New York. Oscar Wilde's Salome and in 2005 Lyle Kessler's Orphans. it sort of launched me.. because things he would say.

.And Justice for All Bobby Deerfield Arthur Kirkland 1980 1982 Cruising Author! Author! Steve Burns Ivan Travalian Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or [8] Comedy [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama 1983 1985 1989 1990 1990 Scarface Revolution Sea of Love The Local Stigmatic Dick Tracy Tony Montana Tom Dobb Frank Keller Graham Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Filmed in 1985 [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor [44] Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor 1990 1991 1992 The Godfather Part III Frankie and Johnny Glengarry Glen Ross Michael Corleone Johnny Ricky Roma [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion [8] Picture [39] Academy Award for Best Actor [8] Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama 1992 Scent of a Woman Frank Slade 1993 1995 1995 Carlito's Way Two Bits Heat Carlito 'Charlie' Brigante Gitano Sabatoni Lt. Vincent Hanna . Natalie The Panic in Needle Park The Godfather Tony Bobby Michael Corleone Film debut [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor [40] Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama 1973 1973 Scarecrow Serpico Francis Lionel 'Lion' Delbuchi Frank Serpico [8] Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor [41] Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actor [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama [43] BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama [39] Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor [8] Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama [42] BAFTA Award for Best Actor 1974 The Godfather Part II Michael Corleone 1975 Dog Day Afternoon Sonny Wortzik 1977 1979 Bobby Deerfield ..Al Pacino 7 Films Year Title Role Notes 1969 1971 1972 Me.

com/ apps/ pbcs. boxofficemojo. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times. . The Chicago Sun Times. uk/ biographies/ al-pacino. 1990). . The Biography Channel. htm). . 2010. 2007). [8] "Al Pacino Golden Globe History" (http:/ / www. Golden Globes Official Website. com/ film/ 33/ Al-Pacino. UK: Simon & Schuster. filmreference. html). [10] Roger Ebert (June 15. Jack Gramm Detective David "Rooster" Fisk Dr. com/ subpage. Time Warner Paperbacks (1992) [6] Lee.Al Pacino 1996 Looking for Richard Director/Narrator/Richard III Directors Guild Award—Outstanding Directorial Achievement in [45] Documentary 8 1996 1997 1997 1999 1999 2000 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 City Hall Donnie Brasco The Devil's Advocate The Insider Any Given Sunday Chinese Coffee Insomnia S1m0ne People I Know The Recruit Gigli Angels in America John Pappas Benjamin 'Lefty' Ruggiero John Milton Lowell Bergman Tony D'Amato Harry Levine Will Dormer Viktor Taransky Eli Wurman Walter Burke Starkman Roy Cohn [46] Emmy Award for Best Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie [8] Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Screen Actors Guild Award–Best Actor in A Mini-Series or Television [47] Movie Also director. Villiage Voice (New York). Retrieved December 25. filmreference. . villagevoice. public1?). com/ movies/ ?id=scarface. 2007. dll/ article?AID=/ 19900615/ REVIEWS/ 6150301/ 1023). 1989). [2] "Al Pacino Biography (1940–)" (http:/ / www. Jack Kevorkian TV Film [26] Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie Also Director.com. org/ browse/ member/ 28230).jsessionid=72608322139F4D260A9749A6DAAEB849.com. co. . Nathan (August 27. 2010. suntimes. [9] Lovece. actor returns to the big screen" (http:/ / franklovece. [5] Yule. Retrieved December 25. Al Pacino: The Authorized Biography. ISBN 0743294971. after five-year absence. A. . html. [7] "Scarface (1983) Box Office" (http:/ / boxofficemojo. Lawrence (2006). goldenglobes. html#pacino). Retrieved 26 July 2010. . Frank (September 17. 2006 [4] Grobel. "Pacino re-focuses on film career. "Gay Old Time" (http:/ / www. 2010. com/ 2007-08-28/ film/ gay-old-time/ ). Retrieved July 28. [3] Stated in interview on Inside the Actors Studio. 2007. Post-production 2010 2011 Wilde Salome Jack & Jill Himself / King Herod Himself References [1] "(UK): "Al Pacino"" (http:/ / www. filmed in 1997 2004 2005 2007 2007 2008 2010 The Merchant of Venice Two for the Money Ocean's Thirteen 88 Minutes Righteous Kill You Don't Know Jack Shylock Walter Abrams Willie Bank Dr. Retrieved October 30. thebiographychannel. Al Pacino: Life on the Wire. . "Dick Tracy Review" (http:/ / rogerebert. Retrieved March 10.

. broadway. [24] "88 Minutes on Metacritic" (http:/ / www. "Pacino Lends Likeness. with each new performance a master class for a generation of actors to follow. [36] "Twin Pique" (http:/ / www. goldenglobes. The New York Times. "Al Pacino is an icon of American film. The Washington Post (Washington). 2010. and Grobel. 2010. 1991). New York City Theatre Website. Retrieved August 1. com/ article/ VR1118026619. 2008). Inside Inside. Box Office Mojo. Metacritic Website. August 12. com/ m/ oceans_thirteen/ ). . . February 12. [26] "Lead Winners at 62nd Primetime Emmys" (http:/ / www. "Righteous Kill Review" (http:/ / www. To Scarface Game" (http:/ / ve3d. [12] "The Devils Advocate Box Office" (http:/ / www. bafta. variety. People. ." [21] 1. James. Retrieved July 29. org/ awards/ film/ nominations/ ?year=1972). Ben (July 1. Retrieved July 28.. Retrieved August 1. His career inspires audiences and artists alike. [20] "AFI Lifetime Achievement Award: Al Pacino" (http:/ / www. 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Main awards and nominations Academy Awards Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 1980 1991 1993 Film The Godfather Serpico The Godfather. Part II Dog Day Afternoon .List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino 11 List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino List of Al Pacino awards Al Pacino Award Wins Nominations 1 1 3 8 5 14 Academy Awards BAFTA Awards Golden Globe Awards This list includes the awards and nominations received by film and stage actor Al Pacino..And Justice for All Dick Tracy Glengarry Glen Ross Scent of a Woman Won Best Actor Best Supporting Actor Result Category Nominated Best Supporting Actor Best Actor BAFTA Awards Year 1973 1975 1976 Film The Godfather Serpico The Godfather. Part II Dog Day Afternoon 1991 Dick Tracy Nominated Best Supporting Actor Won Result Category Nominated Most Promising Newcomer Best Actor ..

Part II Nominated Dog Day Afternoon Bobby Deerfield ..List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino 12 Golden Globe Awards Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1990 1991 Film The Godfather Serpico Result Nominated Won Category Best Actor – Drama The Godfather..And Justice for All Author! Author! Scarface Sea of Love The Godfather: Part III Dick Tracy Best Supporting Actor – Drama Best Actor Musical/Comedy Best Actor – Drama 1993 Glengarry Glen Ross Scent of a Woman Won Best Actor – Drama Best Actor – Mini-series 2004 Angels in America Emmy Awards Year 2004 2010 Film Angels in America You Don't Know Jack Result Won Category Outstanding Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie Outstanding Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie Screen Actors Guild Award Year 2004 Film Angels in America Result Won Category Best Actor – Miniseries/TV Movie Tony Awards Year 1969 1977 Film Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel Result Won Won Category Best Featured Actor in a Play Best Leading Actor in a Play .

And Justice for All Nominated Marquee Award for Best Actor Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Year 2000 Film Result Category Any Given Sunday Nominated Best Actor Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Year 1997 Film Donnie Brasco Result Won Category Best Actor ..List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino 13 Theatre World Awards Year 1969 Film Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? Result Won Category Best Featured Actor in a Play Other awards Drama Desk Awards Year 1969 1977 1984 Film Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel American Buffalo Result Won Won Category Outstanding Performance Outstanding Performance Nominated Outstanding Performance Saturn Awards Year 1991 1998 Film Dick Tracy The Devil's Advocate Result Category Nominated Best Supporting Actor Best Actor American Comedy Awards Year 1991 Film Dick Tracy Result Won Category Funniest Supporting Actor American Movie Awards Year 1980 Film Result Category ..

List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino 14 Chlotrudis Awards Year 1998 Film Result Category Donnie Brasco Nominated Best Actor Directors Guild of America Year 1997 Film Looking for Richard Result Won Category Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary David di Donatello Awards Year 1973 1974 Film The Godfather Serpico Result Won Won [I] Category Best Foreign Actor Independent Spirit Awards Year 1998 Film Looking for Richard Result Won Category Truer Than Fiction Award Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards Year 1976 Film Dog Day Afternoon Result Won Category Best Actor Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Year 1976 Film Dog Day Afternoon Result Won Category Best Actor London Film Critics Awards Year 2001 Film Result Category Insomnia Nominated Best Actor MTV Movie Awards Year 1997 Film Result Category The Devil's Advocate Nominated Best Villain .

List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino


National Board of Review Year 1972 1973 Film The Godfather Serpico Result Won Won Category Best Supporting Actor Best Actor
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National Society of Film Critics Awards Year 1973 Film The Godfather Result Won Category Best Actor

San Sebastián International Film Festival Year 1975 Film Dog Day Afternoon Result Won Category Best Actor

Satellite Awards Year 2004 2000 Film Result Category

Angels in America Nominated Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television The Insider Nominated Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama

Television Critics Association Awards Year 2004 Film Result Category

Angels in America Nominated Individual Achievement in Drama

Teen Choice Awards Year 2007 Film Result Category

Ocean's Thirteen Nominated Choice Movie Villain

Valladolid International Film Festival Year 1992 Film Glengarry Glen Ross Result Won Category Best Actor[IV]

Venice Film Festival Year 2004 Film Result Category

The Merchant Of Venice Nominated Best Actor – Volpi Cup

List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino


Off-Broadway Awards Year 1966 1968 Film Why Is A Crooked Letter The Indian Wants the Bronx Result Category

Nominated Best Actor Won Best Actor

I Tied with Robert Redford for The Sting. II Tied with Joel Grey for Cabaret. III Tied with Robert Ryan for The Iceman Cometh. IV Shared with cast of Glengarry Glen Ross.

Special awards
Year 1975 1992 1994 1996 1996 2000 2001 2005 2006 2007 Golden Apple Awards Boston Film Festival Venice Film Festival San Sebastián International Film Festival Gotham Awards Film Society of Lincoln Center Golden Globe Awards American Cinematheque Gala Tribute Ceremony Award Male Star of the Year (nominated) Film Excellence Award Career Golden Lion Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award Lifetime Achievement Award Gala Tribute Cecil B. DeMille Award American Cinematheque Award

University Philosophical Society, Trinity College Dublin Honorary Patron of the Society American Film Institute Lifetime Archievement Award

This list includes awards, votes etc. of Al Pacino by websites, channels or magazines.
Vote or Rank Voted the greatest movie star of all time in a Channel 4 (UK) poll. Voted second best actor of all time at FilmFour.com (2004). Ranked #4 in Empire (UK) magazine "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list (October 1997). Premiere Magazine ranked him #37 on a list of the Greatest Movie Stars of All Time in their Stars in Our Constellation feature (2005). Voted 41st Greatest Movie Star of All Time by Entertainment Weekly. His performance as Michael Corleone in The Godfather: Part II (1974) is ranked #11 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains list (villain). His line "Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." from The Godfather: Part II (1974) is ranked #58 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes list. His performance as Michael Corleone in The Godfather: Part II (1974) is ranked #20 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time. His character, Michael Corleone from The Godfather: Part II (1974), is ranked #21 on Empire magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters. His line "Say hello to my little friend!" from Scarface (1983) is ranked #61 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes list. His character, Tony Montana from Scarface (1983), is ranked #27 on Empire magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters

List of awards and nominations received by Al Pacino
His character, Tony Montana from Scarface (1983), is ranked #74 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time. His line "Attica! Attica!" from Dog Day Afternoon (1975) is ranked #86 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes list. His performance as Sonny Wortzik in Dog Day Afternoon (1975) is ranked #4 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time (2006). His performance as Frank Serpico in Serpico (1973) is ranked #40 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains list (hero).


• Al Pacino in Hollywood.com [1] • Awards for Al Pacino [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Other Works and stage award of Pacino in IMDb.com [3]

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Lover Come Back. Martin Zweiback is based on an original story by Academy Award-winner Stanley Shapiro. Natalie Me. 1969 111 minutes United States English Me. and That Touch of Mink for Doris Day. Natalie Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Fred Coe Stanley Shapiro A. who previously wrote Pillow Talk. The film marked the screen debut of Al Pacino in a minor supporting role. The screenplay by A. Natalie'' 18 Me. Martin Zweiback Patty Duke James Farentino Henry Mancini Rod McKuen Cinematography Arthur J. Cinema Center Films National General Pictures July 13.''Me. Natalie is a 1969 American comedy-drama film directed by Fred Coe. . Ornitz Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Sheila Bakerman John McSweeney Jr.

.. the [3] results might have seemed more stereotypical.''Me... bribes myopic optometrist Morris to marry her. delivered abrasively by Miss Duke. Although she contemplates suicide after discovering her aspiring artist lover David Harris is married. Principal cast • • • • • • • • • • Patty Duke ..... Miss Dennison Salome Jens .... .. .. Miller Philip Sterling ..." [1] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times found it to be "as conventional and corny as warmed-over "Young at Heart" . She finds employment as a cocktail waitress at the Topless Bottom Club and befriends drug-addicted go-go dancer Shirley Norton... who is even less effective when registering pathos.. Vincent Canby called the film "an artificial mess of wisecracks and sentimentality" and added. Hester Critical reception In his review in the New York Times. Mrs. Her father. Patty Duke. with upper front teeth that are slightly bucked and a nose too large for her face. very funny at times . Brooklyn teenager Natalie Miller. has considered herself homely. where she rents an apartment from eccentric Miss Dennison and sets out to enjoy a Bohemian lifestyle." . "Locales and a gummy musical score by Henry Mancini and Rod McKuen are among the things constantly impinging on Me. Natalie Miller James Farentino . Natalie. Mostly it's just gags. he finally convinces her she's a worthwhile human being and not the ugly duckling she imagines herself to be. and she never has subscribed to her mother's determined belief that she will grow up to be pretty. a druggist who doesn't share his wife's optimistic outlook... hoping his nearsightedness will prevent him from seeing she's no beauty. . supplies a wonderful performance.. as Natalie. Uncle Harold Al Pacino ..." [2] TV Guide considers the film "somewhat bland" but calls Duke "a wonder" and adds.. Miller Bob Balaban . a pleasant film. After she discovers her father's plan...... Natalie leaves home and moves to Greenwich Village.. David Harris Elsa Lanchester .. Natalie'' 19 Synopsis From childhood. Tony Catherine Burns . Another is Coe's apparent indecision as to whether the movie is a character study or a gag comedy.... Morris Martin Balsam .. Shirley Norton Nancy Marchand . Mr. but Duke is convincing. "Handled by a lesser actress.......

imdb. suntimes. nytimes. tvguide. com/ movies/ natalie/ review/ 105879) External links • Me. Natalie (http://www.Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (Patty Duke. Natalie'' 20 Awards and nominations • Golden Globe Award for Best Actress . dll/ article?AID=/ 19690808/ REVIEWS/ 908080301/ 1023) [3] TV Guide review (http:/ / www.''Me.com/title/tt0064651/) at the Internet Movie Database . winner) • Grammy Award for Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show (nominee) • Writers Guild of America Award for Best Drama Written Directly for the Screen (nominee) References [1] New York Times review (http:/ / movies. com/ apps/ pbcs. com/ movie/ review?res=9506E1DA133AEE34BC4C52DFB1668382679EDE) [2] Chicago Sun-Times review (http:/ / rogerebert.

the nicknames of Verdi Square [3] and Sherman Square on New York City's Upper West Side near 72nd Street and Broadway). adapted from series of articles in Life by James Mills. unfocused techniques.''The Panic in Needle Park'' 21 The Panic in Needle Park The Panic In Needle Park Original poster (with Ontario Censor Board classification) Directed by Produced by Written by Jerry Schatzberg Dominick Dunne James Mills (book) Joan Didion John Gregory Dunne Al Pacino Kitty Winn Alan Vint Richard Bright Raúl Juliá Kiel Martin Paul Sorvino Adam Holender 20th Century Fox May 9." the latter investigating the plight of addicts living around West . The film's reality-like aura." "Shooting Up In San Francisco" and HBO's "The Corner.[4] To set the atmosphere. no music was used in the film. inspired future documentaries "Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street. shot with fuzzy.[1] The screenplay was written by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne. 1971 110 mins United States English Starring Cinematography Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language The Panic in Needle Park is a 1971 American film directed by Jerry Schatzberg and starring Al Pacino in his second film appearance.[2] The film is a stark portrayal of life among a group of heroin addicts who hang out in "Needle Park" (in reality.

Sammy • Marcia Jean Kurtz . festival-cannes.Chico • Michael McClanathan . nytimes. and Helen (Kitty Winn). Drug Addicts Trapped on Upper West Side Kitty Winn and Pacino Are Ill-Fated Lovers" (http:/ / select.The Magazine for Addiction Professionals. Grunge and Heroin" by Maxim W. "Strolling Up Broadway. pi-consult. [5] Played against this setting is a love story between Bobby (Pacino). 1988 [4] Greenspun. Panic is believed to have been the first mainstream film to show.''The Panic in Needle Park'' Baltimore's open-air drug markets. a young addict and small-time hustler.Sonny • Warren Finnerty . com/ gst/ abstract. (July/August 2007). depicted a tender story of two young lovers trapped in heroin's ironclad grip.Penny • Gil Rogers . Roger (1971-07-14). html?res=F10616FA395C1A7493C6A8178CD85F458785F9). TIME.Marco • Angie Ortega . The film and its director. were also nominated for the Palme d'Or. The movie trailers cried. Jerry Schatzberg. nytimes. . April 8. . a restless woman who finds Bobby charismatic. Richard F. [2] Cocks. . Jerry Schatzberg's Official Website. Retrieved 2009-04-12.Narcotics Detective Hotch • Richard Bright .[7] Cast • Al Pacino .878447. . i-Universe. Maxim W. “God help Bobby and Helen. 22 Awards For her portrayal of Helen.” [6] She becomes an addict.Deutsche Kinemathek (http:/ / osiris2. Winn won the Best Actress Award at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival.Detective DiBono • Paul Sorvino . pdf) [5] Furek. and life goes downhill for them both as their addictions worsen.Samuels Looking northward on Broadway towards 72nd Street (the 72nd and Broadway IRT subway station house can be seen in the lower middle left area) and Verdi Square in New York City References [1] Ciment. Michel. "Screen: Schatzberg's 'The Panic in Needle Park'. 2008. Filmmuseum Berlin . time..Whitey • Nancy MacKay . html). [6] "The Death Proclamation of Generation X: A Self-Fulfilling Prophesy of Goth. photographed in moving cinéma vérité-style. The Panic In Needle Park. The West Side's Spine" (http:/ / www.9171. de/ download. Jay (1971-08-02).Irene • Larry Marshall . “Heroin in the Cinema: The Glorification of the Junkie. com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0. jerryschatzberg. festival-cannes. html). Furek. They’re in love in Needle Park.Mickey • Paul Mace . html). The New York Times.” Counselor Magazine. . actual drug injection.Helen • Alan Vint . "Biography" (http:/ / www.Marcie • Raúl Juliá .Robins • Joe Santos . ISBN: 978-0-595-46319-0 [7] "Festival de Cannes: The Panic in Needle Park" (http:/ / www. php3?out=userdata/ l_1/ p_2/ library/ data& fileName=film-40. com/ en/ archives/ ficheFilm/ id/ 2400/ year/ 1971. html). The New York Times. com/ 1988/ 04/ 08/ books/ strolling-up-broadway-the-west-side-s-spine. "Straight Shooters" (http:/ / www. [3] Shepard.com.Hank • Kiel Martin . eventually leading to a series of betrayals.Bobby • Kitty Winn . com/ bio.00. in graphic close-ups.

Ruddy Screenplay: Mario Puzo Francis Ford Coppola Robert Towne (uncredited) Novel: Mario Puzo Marlon Brando Al Pacino James Caan Robert Duvall Richard S.com/title/tt0067549/) at the Internet Movie Database The Godfather The Godfather Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Francis Ford Coppola Albert S. Castellano Diane Keaton Abe Vigoda Sterling Hayden Talia Shire John Cazale John Marley Richard Conte Gianni Russo Al Lettieri Nino Rota Carmine Coppola Starring Music by Cinematography Gordon Willis .imdb.''The Panic in Needle Park'' 23 External links • The Panic in Needle Park (http://www.

[4] Plot In late summer 1945. asks for help in landing a movie role that will revitalize his flagging career. averts a second murder attempt at the hospital where his father is being treated. who asks Don Corleone to protect the rival Tattaglia family's planned heroin business. but his jaw is broken by corrupt Irish American police Captain McCluskey (Sterling Hayden). Luca Brasi (Lenny Montana). Richard S. Woltz caves in when he finds the severed head of his prized racehorse "Khartoum" in his bed as he awakes in the morning. John Marley. Bruno. He then sends his primary enforcer. it is ranked third. The Godfather received Academy Awards for Best Picture. on the AFI's 100 Years…100 Movies list by the American Film Institute. and Abe Vigoda. Richard Conte and Diane Keaton. and The Godfather Part III in 1990. Talia Shire. and features John Cazale. Reynolds [1] Peter Zinner Paramount Pictures Alfran Productions March 15. James Caan.''The Godfather'' Editing by William H. After initially refusing to cast Fontane. Two sequels followed: The Godfather Part II in 1974. but Brasi is stabbed in the hand by Sollozzo and garroted to death. the family leadership meets with "The Turk" Virgil Sollozzo (Al Lettieri). the deal previously offered to the Don. Robert Duvall. retrieves a gun hidden there. and Robert Towne (uncredited). Upon Hagen's return. so he rejects the potentially lucrative proposal. Sollozzo abducts Hagen and persuades him to offer Corleone's eldest son. Hagen is dispatched to California to meet with studio head Jack Woltz (John Marley) to ensure Fontane gets his desired role. and following a plan he initiated. The story spans ten years from 1945 to 1955 and chronicles the fictional Italian American Corleone crime family. Sterling Hayden. Al Pacino. and has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. The youngest son.411 The Godfather Part II The Godfather is a 1972 American gangster-drama film based on the novel of the same name by Mario Puzo and directed by Francis Ford Coppola from a screenplay by Puzo. Sonny retaliates by having Don Philip Tattaglia's son.[3] It stars Marlon Brando. Singer Johnny Fontane (Al Martino). Sollozzo and McCluskey meet with Michael at a local Italian restaurant in an attempt to settle the dispute. Best Actor. He leaves the country and takes refuge in Sicily. Corleone's godson. In addition. and Best Adapted Screenplay. where . whom the other Mafia families consider a "civilian" uninvolved in mob business. Sonny (James Caan). 1972 (US) 175 minutes United States English Italian $6. Castellano. Michael (Al Pacino). Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) hears requests for favors during the Don's daughter Connie's wedding reception.066. Don Corleone is shot five times in the back at a fruit stand in an assassination attempt. Coppola.[5] [6] as the movie opens. Michael returns to the table and kills both Sollozzo and McCluskey.5 million [2] 24 Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Followed by $245. to find out more about Sollozzo's organization. Al Martino. behind Citizen Kane and Casablanca. killed. Don Vito disapproves of drug trafficking and feels his political influence could be jeopardized. It was moved up to second when the list was published again in 2008. while his adopted son Tom Hagen (Robert Duvall) listens. Michael pretends he needs to use the bathroom.

now seen as the dominant figure in the New York families. Sonny leaves the compound again. When Kay confronts him privately. Fredo (John Cazale). After Carlo confesses. and is taken off to his death. he marries his long time American girlfriend. As the film ends. is sent to Las Vegas where he is sheltered by casino operators the Corleones financially back. while the police and other authorities begin to clamp down on Mafia activity. accompanied by Kay. As his father withdraws from active control of the Corleone family. He directs them not to retaliate. Moe Greene (Alex Rocco). Open warfare soon erupts between the Corleones and the other members of the Five Families. Sonny beats Carlo on the street and threatens to kill him if he ever touches Connie again. paralleling the treatment given his father. deriding the Corleones as a failing organization. an answer she appears to accept. As Vito had warned Michael. warns his brother that Greene is too important to be treated in that fashion. Michael allows rival families to pressure Corleone enterprises and eat away at their revenues. Michael takes control of the family and its business. since he had planned for Michael to remain uninvolved in the "family business. withdrawing his opposition to the Tattaglia's heroin business." Sonny impulsively leaves the guarded family compound to confront Carlo (Gianni Russo) who has been abusing Connie (Talia Shire). At the burial. Meanwhile. and upon getting her phone call. Michael returns home. Michael confronts Carlo over his suspected involvement in setting up Sonny's killing. he is ambushed and killed at a toll booth. just before the door to his office is closed. intending to buy out their casino partner. Later. Kay Adams (Diane Keaton). Michael narrowly escapes death in Sicily when his wife is killed by a car bomb. Michael chooses Carlo to go to Vegas and replaces Hagen with his father as his consigliere. he is escorted to a waiting car and garroted from behind by Clemenza. he denies the accusation to her. As the christening proceeds. and as middle brother Fredo is seen as incapable of shouldering the Don's responsibilities. Carlo beats Connie again. promising him safety. En route. More than a year later. Biding his time. Michael travels to Las Vegas. Corleone assassins murder each of the dons heading the other New York families and Moe Greene in Las Vegas. disclosing plans to move family operations to Nevada while spinning off New York operations to family members who stay behind. accuses Michael of murdering the vanished Carlo. disturbing several of his caporegimes. Kay sees Michael receiving gestures of respect from other mafiosi.''The Godfather'' he soon marries a young local woman named Apollonia Vitelli (Simonetta Stefanelli). Greene angrily rejects the proposal. where Michael will stand as his godfather. Later. caporegime Tessio (Abe Vigoda) arranges a meeting between Michael and Don Barzini. The meeting is set for the same day as the christening of Connie and Carlo's son. After the christening. Don Vito is particularly distressed when he learns of Michael's involvement. Connie. under the sway of Greene and his associates. Michael is particularly angered when Fredo. Vito Corleone collapses and dies while playing with his young grandson Anthony in his tomato garden. Vito explains to the upset Hagen that he and Michael have longer-range plans for him and for the family. 25 . the planned meeting is intended to result in Michael's assassination. Tessio's involvement signals his shift of allegiance to the Barzini family. The third Corleone brother. He deduces from the negotiations that the Tattaglias were acting on behalf of the more powerful Don Barzini (Richard Conte). With his safety now guaranteed. He promises Kay he will legitimize its businesses within five years. Tessio learns that Michael is aware of his betrayal. Don Vito meets with the other Five Family dons and settles their dispute.

which focused on Jewish-American gangsters. • Richard Bright as Al Neri. She marries Carlo Rizzi. Becomes an associate of the Corleone family. Italian director Sergio Leone was offered the job first. A native Sicilian. Doc? instead. • John Cazale as Fredo Corleone. a soldier under Peter Clemenza and Vito's driver. a powerful Hollywood producer. • Simonetta Stefanelli as Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone. • Richard S. • Tom Rosqui as Rocco Lampone. • Diane Keaton as Kay Adams-Corleone. formerly known as Vito Andolini. • James Caan as Santino "Sonny" Corleone. Once Upon a Time in America. Don of the Tattaglia family. a soldier in the Corleone family. he is being groomed to succeed his father as head of the family. • Robert Duvall as Tom Hagen. Fredo. Vito's wife and mother of Sonny. He is the father of Santino (Sonny). Don of the Zaluchi family of Detroit. he is the family lawyer and consigliere (counselor). he initially wants nothing to do with the "family business". • Al Pacino as Michael Corleone. He is not very bright and appears to be the weakest of the brothers. the don's and Carmella's youngest son. Vito's and Carmella's hot-headed eldest son. Castellano as Peter Clemenza. • John Marley as Jack Woltz. an enforcer utilized by Vito Corleone. the boss (the "don") of the Corleone family. • Al Lettieri as Virgil "The Turk" Sollozzo. ultimately.[7] Peter Bogdanovich was then approached but he also declined the offer and made What's Up. a corrupt police captain on Sollozzo's payroll. the youngest child and only daughter. an informally adopted son. • Joe Spinell as Willi Cicci. • John Martino as Paulie Gatto. Coppola also did not . He is German-Irish. and adoptive mother to Tom Hagen. His evolution from doe-eyed outsider to ruthless boss is the key plotline of the film. wife of Sonny Production Coppola and Paramount Francis Ford Coppola was not the first choice to direct. Michael's girlfriend and. a world-famous popular singer and godson of Vito. a young girl Michael meets and marries while in Sicily. and ultimately betrays Sonny to the Barzini family. • Victor Rendina as Philip Tattaglia. He eventually becomes a caporegime. Connie's husband. • Louis Guss as Don Zaluchi. As underboss. a caporegime for the family. • Morgana King as Carmela Corleone. Michele (Michael) and Constanzia (Connie) and adoptive father to Tom Hagen.''The Godfather'' 26 Cast • Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone. a heroin dealer associated with the Tattaglia family. and Connie. • Richard Conte as Emilio Barzini. Don of the Barzini family. his wife and mother to their children. • Abe Vigoda as Salvatore Tessio. According to Robert Evans. head of Paramount Pictures at the time. a soldier under Clemenza who eventually becomes a caporegime in the Corleone family. a caporegime for the family. Husband of Carmella Corleone. • Alex Rocco as Moe Greene. but he declined in order to direct his own gangster opus. • Talia Shire as Constanzia "Connie" Corleone. a longtime associate of the Corleone family who owns a Las Vegas hotel. the middle son. recently returned from military service following the end of World War II. • Sterling Hayden as Captain McCluskey. • Al Martino as Johnny Fontane. not Sicilian. Federico (Fredo). Michael Corleone's bodyguard. The only college-educated member of the family (other than Tom Hagen). • Julie Gregg as Sandra Corleone. • Gianni Russo as Carlo Rizzi. Michael. • Lenny Montana as Luca Brasi.

Evans specifically wanted an Italian-American to direct the film because his research had shown that previous films about the Mafia that were directed by non-Italians had fared dismally at the box office. he eagerly agreed to take the helm." At one point. and insisted on unnecessary expenses. but despite such intense pressure. and James Caan also auditioned.[11] Paramount was in financial trouble at the time of production and was desperate for a "big hit" to boost business. while Carmine Caridi was signed as elder brother Sonny. and he wanted to. Pacino was given the role only after Coppola threatened to quit the production. having appeared in only two minor films. "smell the spaghetti". The producers scapegoated the other filmmaker when their attempt to fire Coppola became known. the most notable of which was the film version of the stage musical Finian's Rainbow–although he had also received an Academy Award for co-writing Patton in 1970. and thus reflect poorly on his Sicilian and Italian heritage. he managed to defend his decisions and avoid being replaced. Coppola was told by the then-president of Paramount that "Marlon Brando will never appear in this motion picture". despite the former's Jewish heritage and the latter closely matching the character in the novel (a six-foot-four.[12] Coppola chose Brando over Borgnine on the basis of his screen test.[8] At the time. perform a screen-test. Martin Sheen. on the other hand. but Olivier's agent refused the role saying "Lord Olivier is not taking any jobs. which also won over the Paramount leadership. black-haired Italian-American bull). Caan was the first choice to play Michael. for $400. which wanted Ernest Borgnine.000 following budget overruns on George Lucas's THX 1138. Coppola added a few more violent scenes to keep the studio happy. whom he found in Al Pacino. however. Paramount. Caan stated that Coppola envisioned Michael to be the Sicilian-looking one and Sonny was the Americanized version.[13] . Coppola says he was shadowed by a replacement director. Coppola was allowed to cast Brando only if he appeared in the film for much less salary than his previous films. The studio thought that Coppola failed to stay on schedule. and two top producers unsuccessfully tried to convince another filmmaker to take Coppola's place. The scene in which Connie breaks dishes after finding out that her husband is cheating was added for this reason. Dustin Hoffman. One studio executive proposed Danny Thomas for the role citing the fact that Don Corleone was a strong "family man. The studio originally wanted Robert Redford or Ryan O'Neal to play Michael Corleone. originally refused to allow Coppola to cast Brando in the role. citing difficulties Brando had on recent film sets. frequently made production and casting errors. and he took The Godfather on Lucas's advice.[11] Pacino was not well known at the time.[11] 27 Casting Coppola's casting choices were unpopular with studio executives at Paramount Pictures.[10] There was intense friction between Coppola and Paramount. but Coppola wanted an unknown who looked like an Italian-American. which he refused to accept. and the studio did not consider him right for the part. though Coppola believes that the first week went extremely well. in his own words. The studio agreed to Pacino on the condition that Caan was cast as Sonny instead of Caridi. Because the producers told him that the other filmmaker had attempted a coup. Paramount maintains that its skepticism was due to a rocky start to production. They wanted The Godfather to appeal to a wide audience and threatened Coppola with a "violence coach" to make the film more exciting. Coppola had directed eight previous films. He's gonna die soon and he's not interested" (Olivier lived 18 years after the refusal).[12] At one point. hence the pressure Coppola faced during filming.''The Godfather'' initially want to direct the film because he feared it would glorify the Mafia and violence. He's very sick.[9] Coppola was in debt to Warner Bros. particularly Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone. and several times Coppola was almost replaced. Coppola's first two choices for the role were both Brando and Laurence Olivier. After pleading with the executives. When Coppola hit upon the idea of making it a metaphor for American capitalism. who was ready to take over if Coppola was fired. Jack Nicholson.[12] in part because of his height. Coppola and Puzo would subsequently create a role for Caridi in the sequels. and put up a bond saying that he would not cause a delay in the production (as he had done on previous film sets). Brando later won an Academy Award for his portrayal. which Coppola had produced. Warren Beatty.

000. but Coppola arranged a "trade" with The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight to get Al Pacino from that film. This scene was shot in Port Washington. played Connie's and Carlo's newborn son. starting with a close-up of the undertaker. making a bloody hole suddenly appear in Hayden's head. actor Alex Rocco's glasses had two tubes hidden in their frames. Marlon Brando was paid $50.000. the plug was quickly yanked out with monofilament fishing line. and the other had a BB and compressed air. Paul Newman. the film was a family affair for Francis Ford Coppola.5 million. slow zoom. capped at $1. Sonny. The shooting of Moe Greene through the eye was inspired by the death of gangster Bugsy Siegel. who had a distinguished career as a composer. the movie producer whose horse's head is put in his bed. Brando later sold his points back to Paramount for $300. He was cast as Paulie.000 for six weeks and weekly expenses of $1.[15] 28 Filming Most of the principal photography took place from March 29. When the gun was shot. The equally startling scene of McCluskey's shooting was accomplished by building up a fake forehead on top of actor Sterling Hayden. fewer than the 83 for which the production had budgeted. filled with fake blood. James Caan and Diane Keaton each received $35. conductor and arranger. and Steve McQueen were considered for the role of Tom Hagen that eventually went to Robert Duvall.[11] [12] In the novel. New York. One had fake blood in it. in the climactic baptism scene near the movie's end. During filming. To some extent. De Niro later played the young Vito Corleone in Part II. Mario Adorf was approached for a role as well. They are seen in the Sonny-Carlo street fight scene and behind Pacino and Duvall during the funeral scene. Bonasera. his father. This scene was cut from the theatrical release but can be found on the DVD (though Woltz can still briefly be seen kissing the girl on the cheek in his studio in the film). who is petitioning Don Corleone. a horse had not been killed specifically for the movie. wrote additional music for the film and appeared in a bit part as a piano player. Technicians moved lights behind the car to create the illusion. and his infant daughter. and capped off with a plug of prosthetic flesh. . although a scene with Pacino and Keaton was shot in the autumn—there were a total of 77 days of shooting. the compressed air shot the BB through the glasses. A then-unknown Robert De Niro auditioned for the roles of Michael.[14] Coppola also cast his sons as Tom Hagen's sons. 1971 to August 6. and Mia Farrow auditioned for Kay. and Paulie Gatto.''The Godfather'' Bruce Dern. The opening scene of The Godfather is a long. was shot with a computer-controlled zoom lens designed by Tony Karp. Sofia. which [16] The lens lasts for about three minutes. A gap was cut in the center. and Robert Duvall got $36. and Carmine's wife. Star salaries Al Pacino.000 for their work on The Godfather. The other tube then released the fake blood. plus 5% of the film. William Devane was seen for the role of Moe Greene. Animal rights groups protested the inclusion of the scene. Talia Shire. 1971.000 for eight weeks of work. and ending with the Godfather. This zoom. Coppola later stated that the horse's head was delivered to him from a dog food company. Sylvester Stallone auditioned for Carlo Rizzi and Paulie Gatto. winning a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for the role. [17] was also used in the making of Silent Running. Anthony Perkins for Sonny. To achieve the effect. The scene with Michael driving with McCluskey and Sollozzo avoided the use of back-projection because of cost. Carlo. Jack Woltz. is also shown to be a pedophile as Tom Hagen sees a young girl (presumably one of Woltz's child stars) crying while walking out of Woltz's room. was an extra. seen from behind. The director's sister. Michael Francis Rizzi. Frank and Andrew. Carmine Coppola. was cast as Connie Corleone. shattering them from the inside. Italia Coppola. One of the movie's most shocking moments involved the real severed head of a horse. framing the scene.

as were other Bach works for the pipe organ." Paramount built a Plexiglas "stone wall" which traversed the street — the same wall where Sonny smashed the camera. The hospital interiors. The interior shots were filmed at Old St.[4] In the 2002 Sight & Sound poll of international critics. in some shots. New York City.[24] Both The Godfather and The Godfather Part II were selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry in 1990 and 1993. and were later incorporated into a new structure. New York City. The funeral scene was filmed at Calvary Cemetery in Woodside. when Michael visits his father there. Locations Locations[18] around New York City and its environs were used for the film. Interiors were shot at Filmways Studio in New York. A side entrance to Bellevue Hospital was used for Michael's confrontation with police Captain McCluskey. respectively. It is one of only a handful of movies to achieve a 100% rating. BWV 582 was used. The Godfather (along with The Godfather Part II) was ranked as the fourth best film of all time. At least one location in Los Angeles was used also (for the exterior of Woltz's mansion). Joachim and St.[19] As of 2007. Patrick's in New York. were filmed at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary on 14th Street. The wedding cake was prepared by a bakery on Port Richmond Avenue. The Sicilian towns of Savoca and Forza d'Agrò outside of Taormina were also used for exterior locations. enjoy the traditional Italian food.[22] It was voted greatest film of all time by Entertainment Weekly.''The Godfather'' The cat in the opening scene used to hang around the studio. including the then-closed flagship store of Best & Company on Fifth Avenue. Queens. New York. In 1973 much of the church was destroyed in a fire. For the baptism.[23] and is now ranked as the second greatest film in American cinematic history–behind Citizen Kane–by the American Film Institute. and participate in the scene as though it were an actual wedding. The exterior scenes following the baptism were filmed at The Church of St. Anne in the Pleasant Plains section of Staten Island. A scene with Pacino and Keaton was filmed in the town of Ross. . the main theme ("Speak Softly Love") is well-known and widely used (see Score Controversy for more information). The wedding scenes were filmed on an open backyard lot which is still intact today. which was dressed up and used for the scene in which Pacino and Keaton are Christmas shopping. Two churches were used to film the baptism scene. Food was catered by "Demyan's Hofbrau" a restaurant on Van Duzer Street (which is no longer in existence).[20] The wedding scene (and the Corleone family compound) was shot on Longfellow Road in the Emerson Hill section of Staten Island. Many of the extras were local Italian-Americans who were asked by Francis Ford Coppola to drink homemade wine. the steps and gate to the hospital were still there but victim to neglect. California. Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor. Only the façade and steeple of the original church remained. for which neither Robert Duvall nor John Marley were available. The Godfather has a 100% "Certified Fresh Rating" on Rotten Tomatoes.[25] The soundtrack's main theme by Nino Rota was also critically acclaimed. The scene in which Don Barzini was assassinated was filmed on the steps of the New York State Supreme Court building on Foley Square in Manhattan. [21] 29 Critical reception The film is greatly respected among international critics and the public and is routinely listed as one of the greatest films ever made. it is possible to see that extras are standing in for the two actors. with an average score of 9/10 based on 66 reviews. The numerous Tudor homes on the block gave the impression that they were part of the same "compound. in Manhattan. and was simply dropped in Brando's lap by the propman at the last minute.

the Corleone family's victorious rise to power in earlier New York gang wars in which Don Corleone survives a previous assassination attempt and Al Capone sends triggermen from Chicago in an unsuccessful attempt to aid a rival gang. Dr.. Rocco Lampone. She also marries again less than a year later. Maybe it was fiction. • Sonny's mistress. no scenes depict prostitution. and his rise in importance in the Mafia. and Al Neri (the last two are reduced to non-speaking roles). • • • Connie's confrontation with Michael over Carlo's death is also portrayed somewhat differently. Lucy Mancini. Although she is initially distraught. Lucy Mancini. Patriarca crime family members Paulie Intiso and Nicky Giso altered their speech patterns closer to that of Vito Corleone's. Don Vito tells a weepy Johnny Fontane.[30] Intiso would frequently swear and use poor grammar.[30] 30 Differences from the novel One of the primary parts of Puzo's novel which was not used for the movie was the flashback story of Vito Corleone's earlier life. thus • • • • • leaving no room for her son. The Godfather presents the gangster's perspective of the Mafia as a response to corrupt society. the novel states that Lucy Mancini was not pregnant by Sonny when she moved to Las Vegas. that was our life. apparently glad to be rid of the abusive Carlo and that Sonny has been avenged. accusing Michael of executing her husband as revenge for Sonny's brutal murder. who felt exactly the same way." According to Anthony Fiato after seeing the film. Jack Woltz's pedophilia although in scenes shown in The Godfather Saga. loan sharking or other forms of racketeering. Characters dropped in the film adaptation besides Dr. It was incredible. including: • singer Johnny Fontane's misfortunes with women and his problems with his voice (Johnny is a major character in the book).[29] stated: "I left the movie stunned. he started to articulate and philosophize more. Kay Adams' home life and her brief separation from Michael. • a teenaged Sonny's impulsive dabbling in street crime and his utterly lacking the tact and coolheadedness possessed in such abundance by his father. Many subplots were trimmed in the transition from the printed page to the screen. made guys. Vincent Mancini of The Godfather Part III. and had without question the best cast.[28] ("You can act like a man!".[27] Although the Corleone family is presented as immensely rich and powerful. claiming she was mistaken. but after the movie came out. the detailed savage attack on the two men who assaulted the undertaker Bonasera's daughter. but for me. including the circumstances of his emigration to America. I mean I floated out of the theater.[27] In contrast. which was led by Paulie Gatto and involved retainer thugs (which was only alluded to in the film). Characters with smaller roles in the film than in the novel include Johnny Fontane. I remember talking to a multitude of guys.[26] Previous gangster movies had looked at the gangs from the perspective of an outraged outsider. who was excised entirely from the film. then.''The Godfather'' Director Stanley Kubrick believed that The Godfather was possibly the greatest movie ever made. but only appears briefly in the film.[28] The setting of a criminal counterculture allows for unapologetic gender stereotyping. was a substantial character in the novel. the former Underboss in the Gambino crime family.)[28] Real-life gangsters responded enthusiastically to the film.. the pedophilia is explicitly shown and mentioned by Hagen to Don Corleone. Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano. disgraced former police officer Al Neri's recruitment as a Corleone hit man. his murder of Don Fanucci. Additionally. gambling. Jules Segal. considered an important part of the film's appeal. Luca Brasi's demonic past. his early family life. in the book she apologizes to Michael a few days later. Don Corleone's ingenious plan to bring Michael out of exile in Sicily. all of which were later used in The Godfather Part II. .

Best Picture. The film has them both surviving (Calo. Marlon Brando 2. the drama is toned down in the book. Despite having three nominees of Best Supporting Actor award. he lets her in on family secrets for which. Nino Rota 5. implicated as an accomplice in the bombing. he appears in a deleted scene featured in The Godfather Saga. in fact. Best Sound Mixing and Best Film Editing to Cabaret. and numerous other awards. he first appears on film in The Godfather II). Best Music. Marlon Brando 4. Ruddy 3. is shot and killed as one more victim in the famous "baptism scene" after he is tracked down running a pizza parlor in Buffalo. Francis Ford Coppola BAFTA Awards 1. Best Writing (adapted screenplay) for Francis Coppola and Mario Puzo. Albert S.) The book's ending differs from the movie: whereas in the film Kay suddenly realizes that Michael has become "like his family". . Michael and Kay have two sons. Nino Rota The Godfather won the Academy Awards for Best Picture. Best Screenplay. however. Fabrizio and Calo. Best Film Editing.[32] The film had been nominated for eight other Academy Awards. he would be killed should Michael find out what he has revealed. appears in the third installment). Best Picture — Drama 2. Fabrizio's murder was deleted from the film but publicity photos of the scene exist. one Grammy. and Dr. Genco Abbandando (only spoken of. She leaves Michael and goes to stay with her parents. in the book. 31 Awards and honors Academy Awards 1. just as Mama had done for Vito. The film won five Golden Globes. family friend Nino Valenti.''The Godfather'' Segal include Vito's terminally-ill consigliere. Mario Puzo. holds herself apart from the details of his work and attends Catholic mass daily with Mama Corleone to pray for Michael's soul. Best Director. according to him. Best Actor — Drama. they all lost to Joel Grey in Cabaret. and Robert Duvall. it is stated that Calo dies along with Apollonia in the car explosion. The novel and film also differ on the fates of Michael's bodyguards in Sicily. and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Marlon Brando. Best Director. and Fabrizio. but in the movies they have a son and a daughter. Best Actor. It also lost the Best Director. Francis Ford Coppola 3. In the book. Also. Best Costume Design.[31] (He is later killed in a completely different scene in The Godfather Saga which was deleted from The Godfather Part II. Mario Puzo. who declined to collect the award and sent Native American actress Sacheen Littlefeather to the Oscars in his place to explain his reasons. Kay returns to Michael in an uneasy compromise. James Caan. Best Original Score. including Best Supporting Actor for Al Pacino. When Tom Hagen visits her there. she loves him. Francis Ford Coppola Golden Globe Awards 1. Taza from Sicily. and Best Sound Mixing. The film also had a Best Original Score nomination but was disqualified when found out that Nino Rota used another score. Best Adapted Screenplay.

Marlon Brando plays a role reminiscent of Don Corleone. and his celebritized family. which starred Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal. is now an easily recognizable cultural trope. when the PG-rated. 100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) #2 • 2008 AFI's 10 Top 10 #1 gangster film Cinematic influence Although many films about gangsters had been made before The Godfather. And one of those most unlikely homages to this film came in 2004. based on a Nickelodeon children's show. the melody was the same as the love theme from The Godfather. 100 Movies #3 • 2001 AFI's 100 Years. Rugrats in Paris.. The image of the Mafia as being a feudal organization with the Don being both the protector of the small fry and the collector of obligations from them to repay his services. including films such as Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas and TV series such as David Chase's The Sopranos.''The Godfather'' 32 Score controversy Nino Rota's score was removed at the last minute from the list of 1973 Academy Award nominees when it was discovered that he had used the theme in Eduardo De Filippo's 1958 comedy Fortunella. The Godfather Part II won a 1974 Oscar for best original score.[36] • Entertainment Weekly named The Godfather the greatest film ever made. as depicted in various post-Godfather Mafia fare... staccato and comedic style. John Gotti  – the "Dapper Don". In the 1999 film Analyze This. In the 1990 comedy The Freshman. This was even more the case with The Godfather Part II. . (This has spread into the real world as well – cf. animated family film Shark Tale was released with a storyline that nodded at this and other movies about the Mafia. although it featured the same love theme that made the 1972 score ineligible. began with an extended parody of The Godfather. critically. many references are made both directly and indirectly to the Godfather. Similarly. opened the doors for more and varied depictions of mobster life.) This portrayal stands in contrast to the more sordid reality of lower level Mafia "familial" entanglements. 100 Movie Quotes: • "I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse. which The Godfather helped to popularize. as is that of the Don's family as a "royal family".. and his portrayal of mobsters as characters of considerable psychological depth and complexity[40] was hardly usual in the genre. and the success of those two films. and also to the grittier hard-boiled pre-Godfather films. such as Scorsese's Mean Streets and Casino. Although in the earlier film the theme was played in a brisk. Current rankings • The film is ranked as first on Metacritic's top 100 list." #2 • 2005 AFI's 100 Years of Film Scores #5 • 2007 AFI's 100 Years.. 100 Thrills #11 • 2005 AFI's 100 Years.. and for that reason was deemed ineligible for an Oscar. Coppola's sympathetic treatment of the Corleone family and their associates. artistically and financially.[23] [37] [38] • The Godfather was voted in at #1 on Empire magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time in November 2008.[35] • In 2002..[33] Despite this. One dream scene is almost a shot by shot replica of the attempted assassination of Vito Corleone (Crystal playing the Don and De Niro playing Fredo). The Godfather and The Godfather Part II reached #2 on Film4's list of The 100 Greatest Films of All Time.[39] American Film Institute • 1998 AFI's 100 Years..[34] and in the top 10 on Rotten Tomatoes' all-time best list (100% "Freshness").

and footage of the Academy Award [43] acceptance speeches.''The Godfather'' The 2005 Indian film Sarkar. The Godfather Part II and The Godfather Part III) in chronological order dubbed The Godfather Trilogy 1901-1980. locations and Mario Puzo's screenplays. 43 minutes). Paramount released the Godfather Epic box set which combined parts I & II in chronological order. In 1992. and the Trilogy contains scenes not in the Saga or the Epic. The total run time for this version is 583 minutes (9 hours. This version spanned five VHS tapes and incorporated new previously deleted scenes that had not been seen in The Godfather Saga.[42] The collection contained all three films with commentary from Francis Ford Coppola and a bonus disc that featured a 73-minute documentary from 1991 titled The Godfather Family: A Look Inside. In 1981. directed by Ram Gopal Varma. but also toning down the violence. In the DVD commentary for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. and video segments on Gordon Willis's cinematography. the Epic contains scenes not in the Saga or Trilogy. 2001 DVD release The Godfather was released on DVD for the first time on October 9. It is rated TV-14. and profanity. The package also contained deleted footage. a "Godfather" timeline. plus a 1971 documentary. putting the scenes in chronological order and adding some previously unseen footage. Additional scenes None of these releases contains all the additional scenes in one package. Coppola would again re-edit all three Godfather movies (The Godfather. rehearsal footage. The Saga contains scenes not in the Epic or Trilogy. including the additional scenes originally contained in The Godfather Saga. George Lucas stated that the interwoven scenes of Anakin Skywalker slaying separatist leaders and Palpatine announcing the beginning of the Galactic Empire was an homage to the christening and assassination sequence in The Godfather. sex. again with additional scenes not shown in theaters. Nino Rota's and Carmine Coppola's music. with Amitabh Bachan in the lead role as a "Don" and his son Abhishek Bachchan as the equivalent of Michael. . The DVD also held a Corleone family tree. Fans have longed for a complete release of the entire series[41] though Francis Ford Coppola has stated that the films were meant to be seen in their original form and has not agreed (as of 2008) to a chronological release. It was released on VHS and laserdisc in 1993 but has yet (as of 2008) to appear on DVD. This set also included a sixth VHS tape: "The Godfather Family: A Look Inside" a making-of documentary. is modeled on The Godfather with due credits appearing at the beginning of the film. Coppola edited The Godfather and The Godfather Part II together for TV. 33 Adaptations Chronological versions In 1975. Francis Ford Coppola. 2001 as part of a DVD package called The Godfather DVD Collection. when he said that he had just seen the new transfer and it was "terrific". The restoration was confirmed by Francis Ford Coppola during a question-and-answer session for The Godfather Part III. This version of the story was called The Godfather Saga. "Francis Coppola's Notebook" a look inside a notebook the director kept with him at all times during the production of the film.

Arrested Development. animated show Animaniacs featured several segments called "Goodfeathers. and Harvey Birdman. The work was done by Robert A. including one scene in the Rugrats. Harris of the Film Preserve. The Blu-ray box set (four discs) includes high-definition extra features on the restoration and film.." with pigeons spoofing characters from various gangster films. with the HD box having more content. 2008 under the title The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration. One of the characters is "The Godpigeon". This missing chord would be located immediately before the restoration credit music begins. Harris has not publicly commented about this. The Godfather.." Several television shows have contained references to the film. and even the popular kids' shows Hannah Montana.''The Godfather'' 34 The Coppola Restoration After a careful restoration of the aging first two movies. Robert A. satires and parodies continue to pop up even now shows clearly the film's enduring impact.[45] The line actually originates in the French novel Le Père Goriot. an obvious parody of Brando's portrayal of . Mr. Show with Bob and David. An indication of the continuing influence of The Godfather and its sequels can be gleaned from the many references to it which have appeared in every medium of popular culture in the decades since the film's initial release. Other extras are ported over from Paramount's 2001 DVD release. Animaniacs and [46] The Simpsons in particular makes numerous references to The Godfather. The Godfather movies were released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 23. 2008 in Europe. The Warner Bros. The King of Queens.[44] Paramount lists the new (HD) extra features as: • • • • • • Godfather World The Masterpiece That Almost Wasn't . On the final season of Martin. with Marge Simpson beating a mugger in front of an animated version of the same New York streetscape. including the 1997 British film Twin Town. where the bambino?". Yu-Gi-Oh!. "You've gotta get up close like this and bada-bing! You blow their brains all over your nice Ivy League suit.. Gino.when the shooting stopped Emulsional Rescue Revealing The Godfather The Godfather on the Red Carpet Four Short Films on The Godfather • • • • The Godfather vs. including using the lid of a trash can during the fight. 100 Movie Quotes by the American Film Institute. That '70s Show. along with the other films in the trilogy. where Vautrin tells Eugène that he is "making him an offer that he cannot refuse". episode "Strong Arms of the Ma" that parodies the Sonny-Carlo streetfight scene. Don Vito Corleone's line "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse" was voted as the second most memorable line in cinema history in AFI's 100 Years.. Attorney at Law. In the Coppola restoration on Blu-ray (2008). Part II Cannoli Riffing on the Riffing Clemenza The new DVD boxset was released on June 2. the end credit theme music for The Godfather Part II is missing the final chord (approximately 10 seconds) from the film proper. visual references. by Honoré de Balzac. quotations. There are slight differences between the repurposed extras on the DVD and Blu-ray sets. Tony Soprano's topless bar is named Bada Bing after the line in The Godfather when Sonny says. Seinfeld. had a strong impact on the public at large. It has been rerated as a "15" by the BBFC. That these homages. Yes Dear. In popular culture The Godfather. They are included on disc 5 of the DVD box set (five discs). Cole imitates the Godfather says "Martino. In the television show The Sopranos.

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2006. 2007 ISBN 978-07522-2637-8 External links • • • • • • The Godfather .Official site from Paramount Pictures (http://www. Lists The Godfather as "the greatest film of all time". Peter. New York: Time-Life Books ISBN 1-883013-68-2. "Mob mentality" (http://www. London: Faber and Faber. The 100 Greatest Movies of All Time.thegodfather.com/) The Godfather (http://www.co. • Cowie.com/film/titles/the-godfather) at Metacritic The godfather (http://www. The Godfather Book.com/movies/?id=godfather.uk/film/2006/apr/22/mafia) • The Godfather Has The Greatest Mob Hits (http://blogs. London: Boxtree.guardian. 1997 • Nourmand.trutv. Tony. April 22.com/title/tt0068646/) at the Internet Movie Database The Godfather (http://www. The Godfather in Pictures.com/library/crime/gangsters_outlaws/mob_bosses/ the_godfather/1.imdb.''The Godfather'' 37 Further reading • Burr.php) .amctv.com/future-of-classic/2009/08/ best-movie-gangster-hits.htm) at Box Office Mojo Fact and Fiction in The Godfather (http://www.metacritic.boxofficemojo.html) • The Guardian. Ty.com/m/godfather/) at Rotten Tomatoes The Godfather (http://www.rottentomatoes.

They meet on the road in California and agree to become partners in a business. a childlike ex-sailor.''Scarecrow (1973 film)'' 38 Scarecrow (1973 film) Scarecrow original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Jerry Schatzberg Robert M. . Lion is on his way to Detroit to see the child he has never met and make amends with his wife Annie. English Scarecrow is a 1973 road movie starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino. and Francis Lionel "Lion" Delbuchi (Al Pacino). 11 April 1973 (New York City only) 112 min. a short-tempered ex-convict. Synopsis The story revolves around the odd relationship between two vagabonds: Max Milian (Gene Hackman). His plans are to open a car wash. Max agrees to make a detour on his way to Pittsburgh. Sherman Garry Michael White Gene Hackman Al Pacino Eileen Brennan Fred Myrow Music by Cinematography Vilmos Zsigmond Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Evan Lottman Warner Bros. with Lionel as a partner. to whom he has been sending all the money he made while at sea. once they reach Pittsburgh. where the bank that Max has been sending all his seed money is located.

with a promise that the producers would cast his friend as the character "Lion. with Lion becoming more of an adult and Max loosening up his high-strung aggression (at one point doing a tongue-in-cheek striptease to diffuse a fight at a bar). obviously this promise never materialized." When Pacino signed on to do the movie. Director Jerry Schatzberg was not the first choice. The two have a profound effect on each other. Max blames Lion for being sent back to jail and shuns him. He got the idea from a friend. When they do finally make it to Detroit. rekindling his friendship with Lion. 39 Cast • • • • • • • • • • Gene Hackman as Max Millan Al Pacino as Francis Lionel "Lion" Delbuchi Eileen Brennan as Darlene Dorothy Tristan as Coley Ann Wedgeworth as Frenchy Richard Lynch as Riley Penelope Allen as Annie Gleason Richard Hackman as Mickey Grenwood Al Cingolani as Skipper Rutanya Alda as Woman in camp Casting • Penny Allen plays the mother of Pacino's son in Scarecrow. Max proceeds to teach Riley a lesson." co-written with Bruce Springsteen's [1] former Publicist. Seth Cohen [2]. The two would later appear in Dog Day Afternoon together. The story wasn't an original. The original director was fired. Schatzberg has been working on a sequel to "Scarecrow. The Panic in Needle Park. and Schatzberg was brought on board in part thanks to Pacino. they clearly had different styles of acting. • Gene Hackman's brother Richard appears as Mickey in the film. Pacino was more of the method actor. Although Hackman and Pacino worked well together.''Scarecrow (1973 film)'' While visiting Max's sister in Denver. Miscellaneous The film was written by first-timer Garry Michael White. then assaulted by an inmate named Riley (Richard Lynch). Max has to take care of Lion. the two's antics land them in a prison work-house for a month. who becomes catatonic after hearing the passing of his unborn child (a lie made up by Annie to make Lion guilty for leaving them). whereas Hackman was completely the opposite. . In recent years. Lion is befriended. who had worked with him in an earlier film.

rottentomatoes.com/m/1018318-scarecrow/) at Rotten Tomatoes . com/ index. [4] "U.''Scarecrow (1973 film)'' 40 Awards The film won the Grand Prix at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival. B9. Los Angeles Times: p.allmovie. html). festival-cannes. . Film Shares Cannes Prize".com. Retrieved 2009-04-19.com/title/tt0070643/) at the Internet Movie Database • Scarecrow (http://www." External links • Scarecrow (http://www.S. "The Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix Friday was awarded jointly to the American film "Scarecrow" by Jerry Schatzberg and the British entry "The Hireling" bv Alan Bridges. com/ en/ archives/ ficheFilm/ id/ 2280/ year/ 1973.imdb. brucespringsteen. festival-cannes. php?option=com_content& view=section& layout=blog& id=6& Itemid=54 [3] "Festival de Cannes: Scarecrow" (http:/ / www. net [2] http:/ / sethcohenpr. 1973-05-26.com/work/43071) at Allmovie • Scarecrow (http://www.[3] [4] References [1] http:/ / www.

Emmet Walsh Mikis Theodorakis Giacomo Puccini Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Arthur J.8 million Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue . Ornitz Editing by Dede Allen Richard Marks Ronald Roose Angelo Corrao Paramount Pictures De Laurentiis Company December 5.''Serpico'' 41 Serpico Serpico Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Sidney Lumet Dino De Laurentiis Roger M. 1973 130 minutes United States English $1 million $29. Rothstein Martin Bregman Peter Maas (book) Waldo Salt Norman Wexler Sidney Kingsley Al Pacino John Randolph Tony Roberts Bernard Barrow M.

Initially he was permitted to stay. Avildsen was originally slated to direct the movie. He returned to the set two months later to play Leslie's friend Larry in the party scene. The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Al Pacino) and Best Writing. A total of 105 different locations in four of the five boroughs of the city were used. who went undercover to expose the corruption of his fellow officers. producer Martin Bregman had lunch with biographical book author Peter Maas to discuss a film adaptation. 100 Heroes and Villains list. Screenwriter Sidney Kingsley also wrote and did structural work on the script.. Waldo Salt. but was eventually dismissed from the filming.. a list of America's Most Inspiring Movies. Norman Wexler. Woodie King Jr. was replaced after suffering a broken leg while filming a chase scene for this movie." Charlie Kelly imagines he is an undercover cop and refers to himself as Serpico. There was also a movie made in the same year. His role as Frank Serpico is ranked at #40 on the American Film Institute's 100 Years. but was removed from production due to differences with producer Bregman.[1] Legacy Serpico is hailed as a minor classic. originally cast as a hoodlum. Another screenwriter. Pacino won his first Golden Globe award for Best Actor in 1974 for his performance in the film. after being pushed to the brink at first by their distrust and later by the threats and intimidation they leveled against him. Serpico was made into a 1976 television series starring David Birney. John Randolph and Tony Roberts. nominated for both a Grammy and a BAFTA award.[2] The film is also ranked at #84 on the AFI's 100 Years. though according to the Peter Maas book he actually lived on Perry Street during the events depicted in the film. Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium. Pacino's performance in the movie is widely considered as one of his best. a screenwriter. called Serpico: The Deadly Game also starring Birney. began to write the script which director Sidney Lumet deemed to be too long. A number of B movies have been filmed in Italy in the '60 starring Tomas Milian in the role of a undercover policeman dressed as Serpico talking slang from Rome with a comedy flavour. individual scenes were filmed in reverse order. No filming took place in Staten Island. It stars Al Pacino. An apartment at 5-7 Minetta Street in Manhattan's Greenwich Village was used as Serpico's residence. with actor Al Pacino's hair being trimmed for each scene set earlier in the film's timeline. complete with a climactic shootout. The real-life Frank Serpico wished to be present during the filming of the movie based on his life.[3] In Wes Anderson's film Rushmore a precocious student named Max Fischer writes and directs a stage version of the film Serpico. Its Greek name is Dromoi Palioi. did the structural work followed by play lines.. As the storyline needed to show the progression of Frank Serpico's beard and hair length. was used for one scene. Director John G. as director Lumet was worried that his presence would make the actors (particularly lead actor Al Pacino) self-conscious.''Serpico'' 42 Serpico is a 1973 American crime film directed by Sidney Lumet. Lewisohn Stadium. The original music theme was composed by Mikis Theodorakis. In the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia episode "Bums: Making A Mess All Over the City.. which was closed at the time of filming. 100 Cheers. Prior to any work on the movie. It is based on the true story of New York City policeman Frank Serpico. The story was filmed in the streets of New York City. Lumet took the helm as director just before filming. A movie poster for Serpico appears on the bedroom wall of John Travolta's character in the movie Saturday Night Fever and Mark Wahlberg's character in Boogie Nights. ..

afi. com/ title/ tt0070666/ awards [2] http:/ / connect.allmovie. com/ site/ DocServer/ cheers100. imdb.''Serpico'' 43 References [1] http:/ / www.com/work/43772) at Allmovie The Godfather Part II The Godfather Part II Original movie poster Directed by Produced by Francis Ford Coppola Francis Ford Coppola [1] Gray Frederickson Fred Roos Mario Puzo Francis Ford Coppola Mario Puzo (novel) Al Pacino Robert Duvall Diane Keaton Robert De Niro John Cazale Talia Shire Lee Strasberg Michael V. pdf?docID=202 External links • Serpico (http://www.imdb. afi. Gazzo Nino Rota Carmine Coppola Screenplay by Story by Starring Music by Cinematography Gordon Willis . com/ site/ DocServer/ handv100. pdf?docID=246 [3] http:/ / connect.rottentomatoes.com/title/tt0070666/) at the Internet Movie Database • Serpico (http://www.com/m/serpico/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Serpico (http://www.

demands a grossly exaggerated price for a new gaming license and a monthly payment of five percent of the gross profits from all of the Corleone family's Nevada gaming interests. Quarantined because he has smallpox. Diane Keaton. is planning to marry a man of whom Michael disapproves. The film stars Al Pacino. The film is both a sequel and a prequel to The Godfather. as Ciccio's gunmen shoot her. Don Ciccio. Talia Shire. The Godfather Part II was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and won six. One involves Mafia chief Michael Corleone from 1958 to 1959.''The Godfather Part II'' Editing by Barry Malkin Richard Marks Peter Zinner Paramount Pictures December 12. When he refuses. the other is a series of flashbacks following his father. In the town of Corleone. Vito's father Antonio Andolini and his brother Paolo are killed on the orders of the local Mafia chieftain. who says that Roth will not object to Michael gaining de facto control of the Tropicana (the casinos are "owned" by frontmen. who are backed by Roth and are attempting to intrude on Pentangeli's territory. although recently divorced. chronicling the story of the Corleone family following the events of the first film while also depicting the rise to power of the young Vito Corleone before the events of the first film. aware that Michael plans to gain control of another Vegas casino. deals with various business and family problems at his Lake Tahoe. and now has problems with the Rosato brothers. Geary. He meets with Nevada Senator Pat Geary. mishearing Vito's hometown of Corleone as his surname. who. Michael also deals with his sister Connie. He meets with Johnny Ola.S. the right hand man of gangster Hyman Roth. Michael refuses to allow Pentangeli to kill . Vito Corleone. Vito's mother goes to Ciccio to beg him to let young Vito live. she holds a knife to his throat. an immigration agent. Godfather of the Corleone family. Michael meets with Frank Pentangeli. 1974 200 minutes United States English Sicilian $13 million $193 million The Godfather The Godfather Part III 44 Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Preceded by Followed by The Godfather Part II is a 1974 American gangster film directed by Francis Ford Coppola from a script co-written with Mario Puzo. including Best Picture[2] and Best Supporting Actor for Robert De Niro. Robert Duvall. sacrificing herself to allow Vito to escape. registers him as "Vito Corleone". Robert De Niro. the nine-year-old boy gazes at the Statue of Liberty through the bars of his cell. who took over Corleone caporegime Peter Clemenza's territory after Clemenza's death. With the aid of a few of the townspeople. Gazzo and Lee Strasberg. to conceal their true ownership by mobsters). Sicily in 1901. Nevada compound during an elaborate party celebrating his son's First Communion. all while insulting the Corleones and Italians in general. Vito finds his way by ship to New York. Michael coldly gives Geary his counter-offer: nothing. In 1958. Michael Corleone. John Cazale. National Film Registry. Arriving at Ellis Island. Plot The Godfather Part II presents two parallel storylines. Michael V. and has been selected for preservation in the U. who despises the Corleones. Finally. from his childhood in Sicily (1901) to his founding of the Corleone crime family in New York City.

" Instead of turning over the money. saying. because it had nothing to do with business!" Michael asks Fredo to show Geary and other important American officials and businessmen a good time. at the stroke of midnight. Fredo. who looked after him after he came to New York. and dispatches his bodyguard to kill Roth. "I didn't ask who gave the order. now married and living in a gloomy tenement with one son (Sonny).''The Godfather Part II'' the Rosatos. takes him to a fancy apartment where they commit their first crime together. Hagen also informs Michael that Kay had a miscarriage while he was away. Michael confides to his brother that it was Roth who tried to kill him. convincing him that Fidel Castro is capable of taking over. Geary claims he cannot remember what happened and Hagen says he will cover the death up. Michael returns to Las Vegas. He then insists that he must leave and entrusts Hagen to protect his family. Michael lets Pentangeli know that Roth was actually behind it and that Michael has a plan to deal with Roth. Later that night. Don Fanucci. instead speaking angrily of the murder of his old friend and ally Moe Greene. works in a New York grocery store owned by the father of his close friend Genco Abbandando. Michael appeals to his brother to join him in leaving the country. Vito Corleone. Michael realizes that the traitor in the Corleone family is his own brother. the gunmen are found dead. and that "Hyman Roth will never see the New Year. carrying the promised money. and later. to repay the favor. Michael grasps Fredo tightly by the head and gives a kiss. Michael meets Roth in Havana. When Pentangeli goes to meet with the Rosatos." Batista announces he is stepping down due to unexpected gains by the rebels. you broke my heart. Michael assures Fredo that he has already made his move. where Hagen tells him that Roth escaped Cuba after suffering a stroke and is recovering in Miami. New York (which is now Pentangeli's home). In 1917. and that he plans to try again. Hyman Roth is celebrating his birthday with business partners. One night. their men garrote him. however. He tells Tom Hagen that the hit was made with the help of someone close. stealing an expensive rug. but Fredo runs away. Elsewhere. but needs Frankie to cooperate with the Rosato brothers in order to put Roth off guard. At Batista's New Year's Eve party. Roth privately requests Michael's investment once again. whose health is failing. who extorts protection payments from local businesses. telling him "I know it was you Fredo. contradicting what he told Michael twice earlier. but is shot by police while trying to smother Roth with a pillow. Pentangeli leaves after arguing with Michael. Tom Hagen visits one of the brothels owned by the Corleone family. 45 . The Corleone guards then search the compound. Abbandando Senior is forced to fire Vito and give his job to a relative of Fanucci's. arrives in Havana and meets Michael. Cuba at the time when dictator Fulgencio Batista is soliciting American investment. is taken to a hospital before he can be assassinated. Michael meets with Hyman Roth in his home near Miami and tells him that he believes Frank Pentangeli was responsible for the assassination attempt. Meanwhile. Michael's bodyguard follows. frightened. when Michael reveals to Roth and others that he is hesitant to invest after he saw a rebel suicide bomb several of Batista's policemen with a grenade. Roth avoids the question. which was presumably set up by the Corleones. Johnny Ola is strangled. Michael asks Roth who gave the order to have Frank Pentangeli killed. Traveling to his family's former home in Long Beach. Fredo drunkenly comments that he learned about the place from Johnny Ola. which Michael had orchestrated (as depicted at the end of the first film). where Geary has been found in a room with a dead prostitute. during which Fredo pretends to not know Johnny Ola. and the guests flee as the guerrillas pour into the city. Later in the evening. an assassination attempt is made on Michael. in return for "friendship" with Geary. but the attempted murder is accidentally interrupted by a policeman. and as Michael suspected. and guerrillas are trying to bring down the government. Vito's neighbor Clemenza asks him to hide a stash of guns for him. The neighborhood is controlled by a member of the Black Hand. in order to maintain a smooth business relationship with Roth. but Roth.

Frank Pentangeli has made a deal with the FBI to testify against Michael. When Michael appears before the committee. is conducting an investigation into the Corleone family. clearly terrified after finding out who Vito is. Upon seeing his brother. brought in from Sicily. In New York. Vito says. Vito visits Sicily for the first time since leaving for America. dies and the whole Corleone family reunites at the funeral. A few days later the landlord. escaping again via the rooftops. Michael then disowns Fredo and privately instructs Al Neri that nothing is to happen to Fredo while their mother is still alive. D. and in a private meeting he explains his betrayal to Michael: he is upset about being passed over to head the family. Hagen talks about the honor 46 . Michael returns to his compound in Lake Tahoe. when she reveals to him that her recent "miscarriage" was actually an abortion to avoid bringing another son into Michael's criminal family. They question disaffected "soldier" Willi Cicci. but the man becomes angry when Vito demands that she also be allowed to keep her dog. in 1920. Kay tries to leave Michael and take their children with her. Michael arrives accompanied by Pentangeli's brother Vincenzo. who has been unsuccessfully seeking asylum from various countries." Vito manages to get Fanucci to take only a half of what he had demanded. believing he was the one who organized the attempt on his life. but he swears he didn't know they wanted to kill Michael. and who wants his blessing. who is in the street below.C. of which Geary is a member. Hagen pays a visit to Frank Pentangeli at the military base. Michael explodes in anger and slaps her in the face. Fredo has been found and persuaded to return to Nevada.. On the steps of his apartment he cradles the newborn Michael in his arms. along with her dog. Michael. Don Fanucci has become aware of the partnership between Vito. and was even refused entry to Israel as a returning Jew. but.during a neighborhood festa. but relents when Connie implores him to forgive his brother. and this is for you!" He then stabs the old man to death. At the hearing in which Pentangeli is to testify. calls on him at the offices of the "Genco Olive Oil Company" and announces that the widow can stay. He helped Roth. and at a reduced rent.despite having earned Fanucci's respect and an offer of employment .''The Godfather Part II'' In New York. thinking there would be something in it for him. The hearing ends with the Chairman promising a witness who will do exactly that (Pentangeli).but as they do so Michael exchanges glances with Al Neri. Tom Hagen and Michael observe that Roth's strategy to destroy Michael is well-planned. Immediately afterwards . Michael's mother. Michael at first tries to mollify her. Vito offers the landlord extra money to let her stay. Vito has become a respected figure in his community. Peter Clemenza and Sal Tessio. He also tells Michael that the Senate Committee's chief counsel is on Roth's payroll. "My father's name was Antonio Andolini. Neri and Rocco Lampone discuss their final dealings with Roth. Geary makes a big show of supporting Italian-Americans and then excuses himself from the proceedings. but Vito asks his friends to leave everything in his hands to convince Fanucci to accept less money. telling his friends "I make him an offer he don't refuse. but he cannot implicate Michael because he never received any direct orders from him. Michael rejects Hagen's advice that the Corleone family's position is secure and that killing Roth and the Rosato brothers for revenge is an unnecessary risk. A fruitseller's wife asks him to intercede with a slum landlord who is evicting a widow. Carmela Corleone. Michael makes a statement challenging the committee to produce a witness to corroborate the charges against him. the implication is that he will be murdered after she dies. In Washington. In 1925. At a hotel room afterwards. Frank Pentangeli recants his earlier statements. and demands that they "wet his beak. When Ciccio asks Vito who his father was. saying that he runs his own family. a Senate committee. and claims that the Corleone family is innocent of any wrongdoing. Hagen. Later." Clemenza and Tessio agree to pay. Michael is still shunning Fredo. He climbs down to Fanucci's apartment and shoots Fanucci dead. thereby derailing the government's case. now accompanied by all four of his children. in the early 1920s. Michael and Fredo embrace . declining to go into the same room as his wife and instead asking his mother whether his father's position as Don had alienated the family. He is introduced to the elderly Don Ciccio by Don Tommasino (who initially helped Vito escape to America) as the man who imports their olive oil to America. Vito runs along the rooftops of the tenement buildings stalking Fanucci.

The penultimate scene takes place as a flashback to December 1941 as the Corleone family is preparing a surprise birthday party for Vito. Gazzo as Frankie Pentangeli Morgana King as Carmela Corleone G. while Tom Hagen mentions how his father has great expectations for Michael and has pulled a lot of strings to get him a draft deferment. Al Neri shoots Fredo in the head while they are fishing on Lake Tahoe. 47 Principal cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Michael Corleone Robert Duvall as Tom Hagen Robert De Niro as Vito Corleone Diane Keaton as Kay Adams-Corleone John Cazale as Fredo Corleone Talia Shire as Connie Corleone Lee Strasberg as Hyman Roth Michael V. and Frank hints that if he were to commit suicide. as Fredo is saying a Hail Mary to help catch a fish. The film reaches its climax in a montage of assassinations and death: • As he arrives in Miami to be taken into custody. Sonny introduces Carlo Rizzi. Lampone is immediately shot dead in turn. Michael shocks everybody by announcing that he has dropped out of college and enlisted in the United States Marines. having slit his wrists. Ironically. and they all talk about the recent attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese. When Michael arrives. Sonny angrily ridicules Michael's choice. he closes the door in her face. • Finally. Vito and his young family board the train to leave Corleone. They are waved off by happy family friends. Michael watches from his den. all but Michael leave to greet him. With Connie's help. In 1925. As the film ends. to his family. alone in contemplative silence. but cannot bear to leave them and stays too long. Spradlin as Senator Pat Geary Richard Bright as Al Neri Marianna Hill as Deanna Corleone Gastone Moschin as Don Fanucci Troy Donahue as Merle Johnson Dominic Chianese as Johnny Ola Joe Spinell as Willi Cicci Bruno Kirby as Young Peter Clemenza Frank Sivero as Young Genco Abbandando James Caan as Sonny Corleone (cameo) Abe Vigoda as Salvatore Tessio (cameo) Gianni Russo as Carlo Rizzi (cameo) Giuseppe Sillato as Don Francesco Ciccio Roman Coppola as Young Santino Corleone John Megna as Young Hyman Roth . by FBI agents. Hyman Roth is shot in the stomach and killed by Rocco Lampone disguised as a journalist. Connie's future husband. They agree on this and shake hands. Michael sits in the Lake Tahoe compound. When Vito arrives (offscreen).''The Godfather Part II'' of the Roman Empire. Kay visits her children. Sal Tessio comes in with the cake. Fredo is the only one who supports his brother's decision. his family would be spared and taken care of. D. • Frank Pentangeli is found dead in his bathtub.

and Frank Sivero. Take one away. Clemenza's role was subsequently filled by Frank Pentangeli. Dominican Republic. Marlon Brando initially agreed to return for the brief but important birthday flashback sequence. plays a character named Merle Johnson. Although Fleur du Lac is private property and no one is allowed ashore there. failed to show up for the single day's shooting and Coppola rewrote the scene that same day. The Lake Tahoe house and grounds portrayed in the film are Fleur du Lac. George Lucas commented on the film after its five-hour long preview. whose Gulf+Western conglomerate owned Paramount. producer Phil Feldman.''The Godfather Part II'' • • • • • • • • Julian Voloshin as Sam Roth Larry Guardino as Vito's uncle Danny Aiello as Tony Rosato John Aprea as Young Sal Tessio Leopoldo Trieste as Signor Roberto (landlord) Salvatore Poe as Vincenzo Pentangeli Al Martino as Johnny Fontane Harry Dean Stanton as FBI agent 48 Casting notes • James Caan agreed to reprise the role of Sonny in the birthday flashback sequence demanding he be paid the same amount he received for the entire previous film for the single scene in Part II. Production The Godfather Part II was shot between October 1. Richard Castellano. • Troy Donahue. • Two actors who appear in the film played different character roles in other Godfather films. Carmine Caridi. it doesn't work. 1973 and June 19. as the audience would supposedly believe that. . the boathouses and multi-million dollar condominiums may be viewed from the lake. The scenes that took place in Cuba were shot in Santo Domingo. The success of The Godfather Part II began the Hollywood tradition of numbered sequels. Coppola states that this film was the first major motion picture to use "Part II" in its title. • Among the Senators in the hearing committee are film producer/director Roger Corman.[3] Charles Bluhdorn. but the actor. telling Coppola: "You have two films. who plays a young Genco Abbandando. and science-fiction writer Richard Matheson. writer/producer William Bowers. Paramount was initially opposed to his decision to name the movie The Godfather Part II. the studio's objection stemmed from the belief that audiences would be reluctant to see a film with such a title. having already seen The Godfather. there was little reason to see an addition to the original story. also plays a bystander to the fight between Sonny Corleone and Carlo Rizzi in The Godfather. According to Coppola. the last major American motion picture to be filmed in Technicolor. also went on to play crime boss Albert Volpe in The Godfather Part III. Kaiser on the California side of the lake. also declined to return. as Castellano and the producers could not reach an agreement on Castellano's demands that he be allowed to write the character's dialogue in the film. which he received. in a small role as Connie's boyfriend." In the director's commentary on the DVD edition of the film (released in 2002). Merle Johnson is Troy Donahue's birth name. felt strongly about developing the Dominican Republic as a movie-making site. feeling mistreated by the board at Paramount. who plays Carmine Rosato. 1974. who portrayed Pete Clemenza in the first film. the summer estate of Henry J. The only structures used in the movie that still remain are the complex of old native stone boathouses with their wrought iron gates.

Fred Roos 6. Many critics praise it as equal. 2% less than The Godfather but 32% more than The Godfather III. George R. Francis Ford Coppola 4. when the films Erin Brockovich and Traffic were both nominated for Best Picture. A limited time-reduced version of The Godfather Part II was later released because of its runtime. and one of the best performances of all time by any actor. Nino Rota. Robert De Niro 2. The general public and many movie critics have praised Pacino's performance in Part II as perhaps his best. (The first was Alfred Hitchcock in 1941 with Foreign Correspondent and Rebecca. there has not been a single release that contains all of this footage together in one collection. to the original film (although it is almost always placed below the original on lists of "greatest" movies). Carmine Coppola 5. ranking Pacino's performance at #4. Francis Ford Coppola. Best Original Score. many scenes that were shot were not shown in the original theatrical runs but were included in the television adaptation The Godfather Saga (1977) and the home video releases The Godfather 1901-1959: The Complete Epic (1981) and The Godfather Trilogy: 1901–1980 (1992). as well as Roger Ebert's "Great Movies" list. The Godfather Part II is ranked as the #1 greatest movie of all time in TV Guide's "50 Best Movies of All Time". or even superior. Francis Ford Coppola. Best Director.[4] Later in 2009. Gray Frederickson. To date. The film is also featured on movie critic Leonard Maltin's list of the "100 Must-See Films of the 20th Century". Best Supporting Actor.''The Godfather Part II'' 49 Additional/deleted scenes For both The Godfather and The Godfather Part II.[5] The Godfather II holds a 98% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film received a "98%" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2006. This achievement was matched by Herbert Ross in 1977 with The Goodbye Girl and The Turning Point and again with Steven Soderbergh in 2000. Mario Puzo BAFTA Awards record 1. and is ranked at #7 on Entertainment Weekly's list of the "100 Greatest Movies of All Time". which was released in 1974 and was also nominated for Best Picture. for his role in Harry and Tonto). ranking Pacino's performance as at #20. Many critics have criticized the Academy Awards for not awarding Pacino the Academy Award for Best Actor (Art Carney won instead. Angelo P. Best Adapted Screenplay. It was also featured on Sight and Sound's list of the ten greatest films of all time in 1992 and 2002. Best Picture. The film also regularly ranks independently on many "greatest movies" lists. This resulted in Coppola being the second director in Hollywood history to have two films released in the same year nominated for Best Picture. Coppola directed The Conversation.[6] Awards and honors Academy Awards record 1.) . Total Film issued "The 150 Greatest Performances Of All Time". is widely considered as one of the greatest films of all time. Dean Tavoularis. Reception The Godfather Part II ranks among the most critically and artistically successful film sequels in movie history. It. Best Actor. Premiere issued "The 100 Greatest Performances of all Time". and is the most honored. Graham. Al Pacino [7] Between The Godfather and The Godfather Part II. Nelson 3. which won. like its predecessor. with only one negative review. The shorter version was 2hr 7min 56sec rather than the original 3hr 20min 45sec version. Best Art Direction.

Joseph's at the time of the filming. totalfilm. rottentomatoes. who was the pastor of St. NY Times.imdb. Coppola originally sought Martin Scorsese to direct the sequel after seeing Mean Streets.com/title/tt0071562/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Godfather Part II (http://www. hotelchatter. under pressure from Paramount. References [1] " Gray Frederickson (http:/ / theoscarsite. Coppola directed. com/ m/ godfather_part_ii/ [7] "NY Times: The Godfather Part II" (http:/ / movies. com/ features/ the-150-greatest-movie-performances-of-all-time/ 4-al-pacino-michael-corleone-1) TotalFilm. In addition. American Film Institute recognition • 1998 AFI's 100 Years…100 Movies #32 • 2003 AFI's 100 Years…100 Heroes and Villains: • Michael Corleone — Villain #11 • 2005 AFI's 100 Years…100 Movie Quotes: • "Keep your friends close. portrayed by Lee Strasberg. though Michael refers to Sonny's widow as his mistress. but added "You could've made me more sympathetic. com/ movie/ 20078/ The-Godfather-Part-II/ awards). 12-05-2006. Joseph's Church in New York City. com/ story/ 2006/ 12/ 5/ 113159/ 369/ hotels/ Movie_Set_Hotel_The_Godfather_II)". Joseph Moffo.''The Godfather Part II'' The film was the first sequel to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Shortly after the premiere in 1974. • After bad experiences directing the first film. Joseph's. htm)" [2] see #Awards and honors [3] " Movie Set Hotel: The Godfather II (http:/ / www. Eventually.com [6] http:/ / www. premiere. The priest is Rev. External links • The Godfather Part II (http://www. . com/ List/ The-100-Greatest-Performances-of-All-Time/ The-100-Greatest-Performances-of-All-Time-24-1) Premiere." • In an early draft of the script. • The statue carried during the Feast Of St. but your enemies closer. This sub-plot was soon cut from the script. is based on Meyer Lansky.com/m/godfather_part_ii/) at Rotten Tomatoes . • The character Hyman Roth. [4] "The 100 Greatest Performances" (http:/ / www.com [5] "The 150 Greatest Performances Of All Time" (http:/ / www.rottentomatoes. Rocco is of St. HotelChatter. the altarboys and men carrying the canopy were also from St. causing some friction within the family. in which Han Solo negotiates with Jabba the Hutt for more time to pay the money he owes. nytimes. com/ whoswho5/ frederickson_g. but was also given other incentives such as a larger budget and the chance to make The Conversation in the same year." #58 • 2007 AFI's 100 Years…100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) #32 • 2008 AFI's 10 Top 10 #3 Gangster film 50 Miscellany • The scene in which Vito negotiates with Don Fanucci inspired George Lucas' deleted (and later restored) scene in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Retrieved 2008-12-29. Tom Hagen had an affair with Sonny's widow. Rocco and is currently located at St. Lansky phoned Strasberg and congratulated him on a good performance.

The film was inspired by P. Pictures .''Dog Day Afternoon'' 51 Dog Day Afternoon Dog Day Afternoon 1975 original movie poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on Sidney Lumet Martin Bregman Martin Elfand Frank Pierson "The Boys in the Bank" by P. Chris Sarandon. Charles Durning. The film stars Al Pacino. The title refers to the "dog days of summer". Kluge's article "The Boys in the Bank". John Cazale. This article was published in Life in 1972. Kluge Thomas Moore Al Pacino John Cazale Charles Durning James Broderick Chris Sarandon Starring Cinematography Victor J.[1] which tells a similar story of the robbery of a Brooklyn bank by John Wojtowicz and Salvatore Naturile on August 22. written by Frank Pierson and produced by Martin Bregman. F. Kemper Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Dede Allen Warner Bros. September 21.F.[2] The film received generally positive reviews upon its September 1975 release by Warner Bros. 1972. and Carol Kane. 1975 125 minutes United States English Dog Day Afternoon is a 1975 drama film directed by Sidney Lumet.

Moretti convinces Sonny to step outside the bank to see how aggressive the police forces are. Howard. The FBI calls Sonny out of the bank again. Angie. the remaining hostages and him to Kennedy Airport. Sheldon convinces Leon to talk to Sonny on the phone. Detective Moretti acts as hostage negotiator. Agent Sheldon reminds Sal to aim his gun up so he doesn't shoot him by accident. Sonny checks it for any hidden weapons or booby traps. When he decides the car is satisfactory. the security guard has an asthma attack. he settles on Agent Murphy to drive Sal. Murphy repeatedly asks Sal to point his gun at the roof so Sal won't accidentally shoot him. The plan immediately goes awry when the second accomplice loses his nerve shortly after Sal pulls out his gun. and that Sonny also has a legal wife. his friend Sal (Cazale). Shouting "Attica! Attica!". leaving money from his life insurance to Leon for his sex change and to his wife Angie. As night sets in. so Sonny releases him when Moretti asks for a hostage as a sign of good faith. but when the bank manager Mulvaney goes into a diabetic shock. Sonny demands that a helicopter be landed on the roof to fly him and Sal out of the country. some of which referred to its anti-establishment tone. the lights in the bank all shut off. Sal does so. When they're informed that the roof of the bank is not sturdy enough to support a helicopter. instead insisting he remain with his employees. Sonny goes outside again and discovers that Agent Sheldon has taken command of the scene. The film ends with Sonny watching Sal's body being taken from the car on a stretcher. Detective Moretti (Durning) calls the bank to tell Sonny that the police have arrived. 52 Plot First-time crook Sonny Wortzik (Pacino). but his attempt to prevent the checks from being traced by burning the bank's register in a trash can causes smoke to billow out the side of the building. Sal doesn't want to kill anyone and starts getting depressed and worried. Sonny is immediately arrested and the hostages are all escorted to the terminal. while FBI Agent Sheldon monitors his actions. Agent Sheldon lets a doctor through. Sonny warns that he and Sal have hostages and will kill them if anyone tries to come into the bank. Within minutes. alerting the business across the street to suspicious activities. Once back inside the bank. Sonny takes a number of traveler's checks. creating a distraction which allows Murphy to pull a revolver hidden in his armrest and shoot Sal in the head. Sonny sits in the front next to Murphy while Sal sits behind them. When Sonny's wife. While the doctor is inside the bank. holding all the workers hostage. Agent Sheldon forces Sonny's weapon onto the dashboard. arrives. Subtitles reveal that Sonny . Sonny tells police listening to the phone call that Leon had nothing to do with the robbery attempt. Leon turns down Sonny's offer to join him and Sal to wherever they take the plane. and children. He had been hospitalized at the psychiatric ward of Bellevue Hospital until the police brought him to the scene. Sonny demands that a vehicle drive him and Sal to an airport so that they can board a jet. As they wait on the airport tarmac for the plane to taxi into position. Sonny invokes the recent Attica Prison riot in which 39 people were killed. Sonny discovers that he and Sal have arrived after the daily cash pickup. the building is surrounded by the police. the two robbers camp out in the bank. In the vault. Mulvaney refuses. After realizing they cannot make a simple getaway. He refuses to give Sonny any more favors. She unsuccessfully tries to persuade him to give himself up and Agent Sheldon signals that a limousine will arrive in ten minutes to take them to a waiting jet. Unsure what to do. When the limousine arrives. Dog Day Afternoon was nominated for several Academy Awards and Golden Globe awards. To compensate. he reveals to the crowd and officials one of Sonny's reasons for robbing the bank is to pay for Leon's sex reassignment surgery. After the phone call. and Sonny is forced to let him flee the scene. The two have a lengthy conversation that reveals Leon had attempted suicide to "get away from" Sonny. He also demands pizzas for the hostages (which are delivered to the scene) and that his wife be brought to the bank.''Dog Day Afternoon'' (now a sister company to Life). and won one Academy Award. and only in cash remains in the bank. and a second accomplice attempt to rob a bank. They have brought his mother to the scene. Sonny writes out his will. Leon Schermer (a pre-operative transsexual). and the civilian crowd starts cheering for Sonny. the doctor asks Sonny to let Mulvaney leave and Sonny agrees.

thin fellow with the broken-faced good looks of an Al Pacino or Dustin Hoffman"[2] . 53 Cast The Life article described Wojtowicz as "a dark. making the film 131 minutes long. Eugene Moretti Agent Sheldon Agent Murphy Leon Shermer Sylvia "The Mouth" Mulvaney Angie Jenny "The Squirrel" Stevie Howard Calvin Actor Al Pacino John Cazale Charles Durning James Broderick Lance Henriksen Bank robber Sonny's partner in the robbery Police detective who originally negotiates with Sonny FBI agent who replaces Moretti in negotiations FBI agent/driver Role Similar person from Life article John Wojtowicz Salvatore Naturile James McGowan[5] Agent Richard Baker Agent Murphy Ernest Aron Shirley Bell (Wojtowicz also called her "The Mouth") Robert Barrett Carmen Bifulco Chris Sarandon Sonny's pre-operative transsexual wife Penelope Allen Sully Boyar Susan Peretz Carol Kane Gary Springer John Marriott Head teller Bank manager Sonny's estranged divorced wife Bank teller Bank Robber Unarmed bank guard Robert left soon after John and Salvatore held up the bank Calvin Jones Director's cut In 1975 a director's cut of the film was released. It included six minutes of never-before-seen footage.[3] The table below summarizes the main cast of Dog Day Afternoon.[2] [4] Character Sonny Wortzik Salvatore "Sal" Naturile Detective Sgt. and Leon had sexual reassignment surgery.''Dog Day Afternoon'' was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Angie and her children subsisted on welfare. Hoffman would later be offered the role when Pacino briefly quit the production. In Finland the director's cut was released theatrically rather than the original version. Historical event . An 18-year-old actor was originally to be cast in the role of Sal to match the age of the actual Salvatore.

Bank manager Robert Barrett said.[10] Wojtowicz himself died of cancer in January 2006. The film has no musical score other than the Elton John song "Amoreena" (which first appeared on John's 1970 album Tumbleweed Connection) in the opening credits. The article included many of the details later used in the film and noted the relationship which Wojtowicz and Naturile developed with hostages and the police. held up a Chase Manhattan Bank branch in Brooklyn. the conversation with his mother that Wojtowicz claimed never happened.[6] Wojtowicz wrote a letter to The New York Times in 1975 out of The location of the actual event. Aron became [9] Elizabeth Debbie Eden and lived out the rest of her days in New York. yet is played in Dog Day Afternoon by a 35-year-old."[2] The novelization of the film was penned by organized crime writer. of which he gave to Ernest Aron to pay for her sexual reassignment surgery. at the cross street of East 3rd Street. of which he served fourteen. She died of complications from AIDS in Rochester in 1987. it would have been hilarious. The real-life Wojtowicz was paid plus 1% of the film's net profits for the [8] rights to his story.[13] [14] ."[I]f they had been my houseguests on a Saturday night.[2] After being apprehended. Wojtowicz was convicted in court and sentenced to twenty years in prison. however. He did. praise Al Pacino and Chris Sarandon's portrayals of him and his boyfriend Ernest Aron as accurate.[7] Also. Leslie Waller. Sal was 18 years old. and the refusal of police to let him speak to his wife Carmen (unlike what was portrayed in the film). 1972. as well as the Uriah Heep song "Easy Living" which briefly plays on the radio during a scene inside the bank.[11] 54 Production The original inspiration for the film was an article written by P.[8] Exterior shots were filmed on location on Prospect Park West between 17th and 18th Street in Windsor Terrace of Brooklyn. but I've had more laughs tonight than I've had in weeks. The interior shots of the bank were filmed in a set created in a warehouse. We had a kind of camaraderie. Kluge and Thomas Moore for Life in September 1972. in Gravesend Brooklyn. F. New York on August 22. along with Sal Naturile. According to the article." Teller Shirley Bell said. which he said was "only 30% true". Wojtowicz. The bank where the robbery took place was a branch of the Chase Manhattan Bank. Brooklyn NY (1975 photo) concern that people would believe the version of the events portrayed in the film.''Dog Day Afternoon'' The film was based on the story of John Wojtowicz and adheres to the basic facts of what happened. The film shows Sonny making out a will to give Leon his life insurance so that even if Sonny should be killed. Some of Wojtowicz's objections included the portrayal of his wife Carmen Bifulco. at Avenue P in Brooklyn.[12] Although many scenes within the bank establish that it was quite hot during the robbery. some outdoor sequences were shot in weather so cold that actors had to put ice in their mouths to stop their breath from showing on camera. "I'm supposed to hate you guys [Wojtowicz/Naturile]. according to the Life article "The Boys in the Bank". Leon might still be able to pay for the operation. 450 Avenue P.

Christopher Null has said that the film "captures perfectly the zeitgeist of the early 1970s.[18] P. "anti-establishment" Sonny repeatedly reminds people he is a Vietnam veteran and repeats the counter-cultural war cry of "Attica!"[15] in reference to the Attica Prison riots. winning none:[21] The film won other awards. For example. it is based on events that took place in Brooklyn three years earlier.[16] Roger Ebert called Sonny "one of the most interesting modern movie characters" and gave the movie three-and-a-half stars out of four. "Attica! Attica!" placed at #86 on AFI's 100 Years. including an NBR Award for Best Supporting Actor (Charles Durning) and a Writers Guild Award for Best Drama Written Directly for the Screen (Frank Pierson) as well as the British Academy Award for Best Actor (Al Pacino). Critical reactions Upon its release. In 2006. behind bank robbery scenes from Raising Arizona (1987) and Heat (1995). Dog Day Afternoon received overwhelmingly positive reviews.F.. the film continues to generate a positive critical reception. Vincent Canby called it "Sidney Lumet's most accurate.. 100 Thrills list.100 Movie Quotes. Dog Day Afternoon also ranks 443rd on [19] Empire magazine's 2008 list of the 500 greatest movies of all time. most flamboyant New York movie" and praised the "brilliant characterizations" by the entire cast. In 2009. The film is also #70 on AFI's 100 Years.[17] As time has passed. it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally.. historically or aesthetically” significant and will be preserved for all time. in 1972.[20] Accolades Dog Day Afternoon won the Academy Award for Writing – Original Screenplay (Frank Pierson) and was nominated for other Oscars:[21] • • • • • • • • • • • • Best Picture Best Director (Sidney Lumet) Best Actor in a Leading Role (Al Pacino) Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Chris Sarandon) Best Film Editing (Dede Allen) Best Motion Picture – Drama Best Director – Motion Picture (Sidney Lumet) Best Motion Picture Actor – Drama (Al Pacino) Best Screenplay – Motion Picture (Frank Pierson) Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture (Charles Durning) Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture (John Cazale) Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture – Male (Chris Sarandon) The film was also nominated for the following seven Golden Globes. Premiere magazine issued its "100 Greatest Performances of All Time". author of the article that inspired the film..[22] Also Al Pacino's quote. citing Pacino's performance as Sonny as the 4th greatest ever.[23] . Kluge. a time when optimism was scraping rock bottom" and that "John Wojtowicz was as good a hero as we could come up with". believed that the filmmakers "stayed with the surface of a lively journalistic story" and that the film had a "strong. The film currently holds a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes. [1] fast-paced story" without "reflection" or "a contemplative view of life". Vrij Nederland named the bank robbery scene the third best bank robbery in film history. During this era of thick and extremely heavy opposition to the Vietnam war.''Dog Day Afternoon'' 55 Response Although Dog Day Afternoon was released nationally in 1975.

suntimes. Federal Bureau of Prisons. Archived from the original (http:/ / www. Bisexual & Transgender Center date=1973–1986 (Bulk 1974). 1975. org/ web/ 20060111170849/ http:/ / www. html) [9] "Liz Eden Papers" (http:/ / web. Retrieved June 3. htmlstory?coll=4thrail-bottom-promo). cornwallmoviemagic. [10] Jabbar. & FirstName=John+ & Race=U& Sex=U& Age=& x=28& y=18) on 2007-10-12. html). . com/ m/ dog_day_afternoon/ ) on Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 2007-10-03. September 22. com/ toptenoftheweek. newsday. html) on 11 January 2006.0. the-sisterhood. org/ resources/ archive/ collection/ 006). [16] Screen: Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon (http:/ / movies2. Retrieved April 28. org/ web/ 20031217003529/ http:/ / www. . com/ about/ ny-ihiny060805story. 2006. Retrieved April 24._ylu=X3oDMTNzcHU5NnU4BGFzc2V0A2FwLzIwMDkxMjMwL3VzX2NsYXNzaWNfZmlsbXNfZ2x Yahoo News (Yahoo). [7] Real Dog Day hero tells his story (http:/ / www. 31–32. [3] Lumet. "Dog Days Afternoon Remembered" (http:/ / web. nytimes. [23] "25 new titles added to National Film Registry" (http:/ / news. html) on 7 November 2003. com/ title/ tt0072890/ soundtrack [13] Blair. com/ tvevents/ 100years/ thrills. afi. [17] Dog Day Afternoon (http:/ / rogerebert. 2006. New York Times. archive. 15. [15] 10 Best Heist Movies Ever (http:/ / www. Transsexual Who Figured in 1975 Movie. 2001. Yasmene. html [6] "Federal Bureau of Prisons Inmate Locator Results for John Stanley Wojtowicz" (http:/ / web. org/ web/ 20070930220827/ http:/ / www. Retrieved June 3. [11] Meskil. htmlstory?coll=4thrail-bottom-promo) on 30 September 2007. . empireonline. org/ resources/ archive/ collection/ 006) on 17 December 2003. com/ 500/ 11. [12] http:/ / www. Archived from the original (http:/ / www. Dog Day Afternoon. klyneesopusmuseum. 96–97. Retrieved April 27. 1987 (http:/ / www. 73(12). edu/ studentwork/ nyrm/ 2001/ features/ Movies. gaycenter. Retrieved 9 August 2009. Retrieved 9 August 2009. 2007 [8] Elizabeth Eden. Trans World News. net/ transworldnews/ id9. Gay. co. Retrieved April 28. edu/ studentwork/ nyrm/ 2001/ features/ Movies.. imdb. .0. 2006. [22] 100 Years. bop. New York Review of Magazines. the-sisterhood. html) by John Wojtowicz from Jump Cut. United States Department of Justice. Vrij Nederland: pp. com/ apps/ pbcs. rottentomatoes. html) for Mark Allen Cam by Mark Allen on February 20. Retrieved 2009-12-30. 2006. [20] Porcelijn. 2006. jrn. & FirstName=John+ & Race=U& Sex=U& Age=& x=28& y=18). Daily News. Empire Magazine. 2006. org/ web/ 20031107234638/ http:/ / www. Retrieved April 28. Cynthia (2007). pp. "The 5 Best Bank Robberies in Film History". Retrieved March 13. Lesbian. Max (2008-04-26). "An Insider is Sought in Bank Holdup]". org/ web/ 20071012142900/ http:/ / bop. com/ title/ tt0072890/ fullcredits) from IMDb. yahoo. . . [21] Awards for Dog Day Afternoon (http:/ / www. gov/ iloc2/ InmateFinderServlet?Transaction=NameSearch& needingMoreList=false& LastName=Wojtowicz& Middle=S.7582518. html?title1=& title2=Dog Day Afternoon (Movie)& reviewer=VINCENT CANBY& v_id=14193) by Vincent Camby for The New York Times on September 22. gaycenter. archive. 2009-12-30. 2006. Retrieved 9 August 2009. Kluge and Thomas Moore for Life. Vol. com/ about/ ny-ihiny060805story. uk/ fm_12. com/ 1987/ 10/ 01/ obituaries/ elizabeth-eden-transsexual-who-figured-in-1975-movie.''Dog Day Afternoon'' 56 Notes [1] Rayburn.7582518. columbia. html). newsday. org/ memorium. Paul (24 August 1972). imdb. com/ mem/ movies/ review. 2006. Nina. Sidney.. "1975: "Dog Day Afternoon" Filmed in Brooklyn" (http:/ / web. imdb. org/ archive/ onlinessays/ JC15folder/ RealDogDay. nytimes. archive. feature commentary [4] Full Credits for Dog Day Afternoon (http:/ / www. [2] "The Boys in the Bank" by P. jrn. . quote by Christopher Null. net/ transworldnews/ id9. Newsday. dll/ article?AID=/ 19750101/ REVIEWS/ 501010313/ 1023) by Roger Ebert for the Chicago Sun-Times on January 1.F. asp). archive. no._ylt=Am9aCMfxzzsN4EY9F802IESs0NUE. com/ s/ ap/ 20091230/ ap_en_mo/ us_classic_films_glance. 1975. [19] "The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time: 500–401" (http:/ / www. October 1. 1977. [5] http:/ / www. archive. com/ title/ tt0072890/ awards) for IMDb. htm) for Movie Magic. gov/ iloc2/ InmateFinderServlet?Transaction=NameSearch& needingMoreList=false& LastName=Wojtowicz& Middle=S. aspx) for the AFI on June 13. columbia. [18] Dog Day Afternoon Reviews (http:/ / www. 1972. Archived from the original (http:/ / www. . 2006. Archived from the original (http:/ / www. Retrieved May 9. "The Write Stuff: Magazine articles that make it to the Big Screen" (http:/ / web. Retrieved 8 August 2009.100 Thrills (http:/ / www. Retrieved 9 August 2009. [14] The bank and street from Dog Day Afternoon (http:/ / markallencam. Archived from the original (http:/ / www. ejumpcut.

tripod.allmovie.com/books?id=5VYEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA66& source=gbs_toc_r&cad=1#v=twopage&q=&f=false) at Google Books • Dog Day Afternoon (http://www.com/title/tt0072890/) at the Internet Movie Database • Dog Day Afternoon (http://tcmdb.txt) .com/fpacdogdayafternoon.google.rottentomatoes.html) • Final Draft Script (http://www.com/m/dog_day_afternoon/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Al Pacino’s Loft (http://velvet_peach.com/work/14193) at Allmovie • Dog Day Afternoon (http://www.com/script/dog_day_afternoon.awesomefilm.jsp?stid=24484) at the TCM Movie Database • Dog Day Afternoon (http://www.com/title/title.imdb.''Dog Day Afternoon'' 57 External links • The original LIFE Magazine article (http://books.

The film costars Marthe Keller and was directed by Sidney Pollack. and stars Al Pacino as the title character. 1977 124 minutes United States English French Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Bobby Deerfield is a 1977 film based on the novel Heaven Has No Favorites ("Der Himmel kennt keine Günstlinge") by Erich Maria Remarque.''Bobby Deerfield'' 58 Bobby Deerfield Bobby Deerfield Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack Erich Maria Remarque Alvin Sargent Al Pacino Marthe Keller Anny Duperey Walter McGinn Romolo Valli Stephan Meldegg Jaime Sánchez Dave Grusin Henri Decaë Fredric Steinkamp Warner Bros. . Columbia Pictures September 29.

rottentomatoes. But after he witnesses a fiery crash that kills a teammate and seriously wounds a competitor. Remarque's novel on which the screenplay is based is far different from the movie. including Carlos Pace. impulsive woman racing against time. Patrick Depailler and Mario Andretti. taking place just after World War II. control-obsessed loner who has become used to winning the checkered flag on the track. com/ title/ tt0075774/ [2] http:/ / www. imdb. audiences reportedly laughed at scenes intended to be dramatic. Critical reception Critics panned Bobby Deerfield as an over-the-top melodrama with a plodding story line. were disappointed that the story did not play out on the race track. expecting another Grand Prix or Le Mans. External links • Bobby Deerfield [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Bobby Deerfield [2] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] http:/ / www. James Hunt. Bobby Deerfield was released on DVD for the first time on March 11. During a visit to the survivor. 2008. however. The soundtrack.''Bobby Deerfield'' 59 Plot Formula One auto racer Bobby Deerfield is a calculating. a quirky. recorded on the benighted Casablanca Records label. The Swiss town of Leukerbad makes no mention of the on-location filming that took place there. Deerfield's world is further set askew when he meets Lillian Morelli (Marthe Keller). the action footage was filmed by racing cinematographers over the course of the 1976 Formula One season and features actual drivers. Race-film fans. has been unavailable for years. Deerfield becomes unsettled by the spectre of death. com/ m/ bobby_deerfield/ .

"You're out of order! You're out of order! The whole trial is out of order! They're out of order!" The closing courtroom scene was filmed on the first take. Christine Lahti.. shouts..And Justice For All is a 1979 courtroom drama film.And Justice for All (film)'' 60 .. Nelson and Thomas G..And Justice for All (film) . . a scene running around the Washington Monument/Mount Vernon Place. The movie stars Al Pacino. Kemper John F. This film includes a well-known scene in which Pacino's character.. Waites. Jeffrey Tambor. It was also 75-year-old character actor Sam Levene's final film. including the courthouse area. Kirkland. John Forsythe. The film shows many scenes of downtown Baltimore..''. 1979 119 minutes United States English Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language .. Burnett Columbia Pictures June 29. Jack Warden.. Craig T. and Fort McHenry. Lee Strasberg.And Justice For All original movie poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Norman Jewison Norman Jewison Patrick J. Palmer Valerie Curtin Barry Levinson Al Pacino John Forsythe Christine Lahti Jack Warden Lee Strasberg Dave Grusin Victor J. directed by Norman Jewison. The movie was written by Valerie Curtin and Barry Levinson.

And Justice For All received two Academy Award nominations. begs him to land the helicopter immediately. Arthur pleads with him to surrender. telling Kirkland an old client confidentiality violation will be reviewed by the ethics committee and Arthur likely will be disbarred if he refuses to represent Fleming. The title is the last four words of the Pledge of Allegiance. One day. Gail confirms this off the record. gentle transgender Ralph Agee (Robert Christian). but the police shoot and kill McCullaugh in cold blood after he stands up and provides an opening for a sharpshooter. abused by fellow prisoners (including sodomy). Arthur also begins a romance with a legal ethics committee member.''. Warren forgets to appear on time. Rayford. Kirkland also pays regular nursing home visits to his beloved Grandfather Sam (Lee Strasberg). promising to get him out. which Judge Rayford and a jury will hear in court. but Fleming feels everyone will believe he is innocent if the person publicly known to hate him also argues his innocence. who to everyone's surprise has been accused of rape. the other being The Godfather Part II.. is possibly suicidal. McCullaugh. He has already endured one and half years in jail. Jay Porter (Jeffrey Tambor). incriminating photographs that show Fleming in BDSM acts with . Gail Packer (Christine Lahti). Fleming (John Forsythe) while arguing the case of an innocent defendant. Though there is strong new evidence that the convicted man was innocent. and keeps a rifle in his chambers at the courthouse and a 1911 pistol in his shoulder holster at all times. he is in jail on a charge of contempt of court for having thrown a punch at judge Henry T. Pacino also received a Golden Globe nomination for his performance. Jay is taken to a hospital accompanied by Kirkland. An eccentric judge named Rayford (Jack Warden). McCullaugh was stopped for a minor traffic offense. Judge Fleming refused Kirkland's appeal due to a minor technicality and leaves McCullaugh in prison. Warren argues that Ralph's trial was nothing but "nickels and dimes" (not a major source of income) and beneath him. who has a friendly relationship with Kirkland. his terrified passenger. who is becoming senile. Carl. This film represented the second time Pacino was nominated for these awards in a movie in which he acted alongside his famed acting teacher.. After a breakdown at the courthouse. He feels guilt from gaining acquittals for defendants who were truly guilty of violent crimes and goes berserk when one commits another murder. Before leaving in the ambulance. that of meek. but then mistaken for a killer of the same name and convicted. and stresses the fact that Warren must show the corrections to the judge so that Ralph will get probation rather than being sent to jail. for the Best Actor in a Leading role (Pacino) and for Best Original Screenplay (Curtin and Levinson). laughing as he tests how far they can possibly go without running out of fuel. Unfortunately. is also unstable. and attacks Warren's car with his briefcase in retaliation and to get his attention. The two loathe each other. Jeff McCullaugh (Thomas G. As the film opens. He uses blackmail. and Ralph is sentenced to jail where he commits suicide through hanging off-screen. Kirkland's friend and partner. 61 Plot Arthur Kirkland (Al Pacino) is a hotheaded but idealistic young defense attorney in Baltimore. takes him for a hair-raising ride in his personal Bell 47 helicopter over the harbor and Fort McHenry. a distracted Arthur calls on another lawyer friend. snaps one day and takes two hostages. Kirkland is shocked to find himself requested to defend Judge Fleming.. fails to show the judge the corrected report. Warren Fresnell (Larry Bryggman). Lee Strasberg. Arthur gives Warren a corrected version of Ralph's probation report. before Kirkland sternly reminds him "they're people" and then informing of Ralph's suicide (causing Warren to feel remorse later).. Kirkland takes another case. His other client. It is revealed that Arthur was abandoned by his parents at a young age and it was Sam who raised him and put him through law school. Waites). as Arthur looks on in horror. while Arthur. Arthur acquires evidence from another client. A clearly disturbed Kirkland takes on Judge Fleming's case. Kirkland is livid. to handle Ralph's court hearing in his absence. as Kirkland continues his efforts to have the case reviewed against Fleming's resistance. a veteran of the Korean War. who is guilty of a small crime.And Justice for All (film)'' .

while someone who intensely cares for truth and justice is barred from it. Fleming. all by himself. the prosecution. His partner Jay.. because he is going to get him. should go right to fucking jail. he bursts out and says that prosecution is not going to get Fleming. but will presumably finally put Fleming in jail. Waites as Jeff McCullaugh Larry Bryggman as Warren Fresnell Dominic Chianese as Carl Travers Craig T. and a fed up Rayford walks out of his stand.''. Fleming Christine Lahti as Gail Packer Jack Warden as Judge Francis Rayford Lee Strasberg as Sam Kirkland Jeffrey Tambor as Jay Porter Sam Levene as Arnie Robert Christian as Ralph Agee Thomas G. Arthur replies. Gail warns him not to betray a client. He appears to be making a strong case to exonerate Fleming. Disgusted with his situation. signifying that a mad man like him may return to law profession. Fleming makes a sleazy remark to Kirkland about wanting to rape the victim again. Arthur begins by mocking the case of the prosecuting attorney (Craig T. In his opening statement. as the courtroom spectators cheer for Arthur. The judge calls Kirkland "out of order. "You're out of order! You're out of order! The whole trial's out of order!" Arthur is dragged away. just been released from the mental hospital. weary from his breakdown but satisfied." bangs his gavel to bring the court to order. In the end. the son of a bitch is guilty!!!" The courtroom erupts and the presiding judge Rayford. Nelson) while speaking of the ultimate objective of the American legal system. The Honorable Henry T. Fleming sit down in defeat. "My client.. Kirkland goes to trial. including Gail. continuing to shout his rage all the way out the door and to criticize Fleming for his and the legal system's abuse of law and order that cost the lives of his two clients and let true criminals like Fleming go free to commit more crimes. Arthur" and walks away and inside the court building. 62 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Arthur Kirkland John Forsythe as Judge Henry T. who then freely admits that he is guilty of the rape. which finally pushes Kirkland to the breaking point.And Justice for All (film)'' a prostitute. He shows the pictures to Fleming. and the others in the court room are enraged and flabbergasted at the turn of events. climbs up the long steps. Kirkland tells the jury. tipping his toupee like a hat and greets him with a friendly "Hi. But unexpectedly. Nelson as Frank Bowers Victor Arnold as Leo Fasci Vincent Beck as Officer Leary Bonita Cartwright as Woman in car Michael Gorrin as Elderly Man . Kirkland sits on the court's steps. knowing his antics probably cost him his practice and career in law.

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Today. Contner Editing by Distributed by Bud S. though the filming and promotion were dogged by gay rights protesters. in particular those associated with the S&M scene. Smith Lorimar Productions / United Artists (theatrical release) Warner Bros. (DVD release) February 8.718 Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue Cruising is a 1980 film directed by William Friedkin and starring Al Pacino. used particularly by homosexuals. Poorly reviewed by critics. Pictures. The film is loosely based on the novel of the same name by New York Times reporter Gerald Walker. The title is a play on words between 'cruising' in the sense of patrolling and 'cruising' in the sexual sense. .798.''Cruising (film)'' 64 Cruising (film) Cruising Original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring William Friedkin Jerry Weintraub William Friedkin Al Pacino Paul Sorvino Karen Allen Richard Cox Don Scardino Jack Nitzsche Music by Cinematography James A. Cruising was a modest financial success. 1980 106 minutes United States English $19. about a New York City serial killer targeting gay men in the 1970s. Cruising is owned by Warner Bros.

openly gay. and forced to strip and masturbate in front of four detectives in order to provide them with a semen sample. The semen sample clears Lee (though obviously decades before DNA testing. He rents an apartment in the area and befriends a neighbor. Burns begins shaving his beard in the bathroom while Nancy secretly inspects clothes that he left on a chair: a leather peaked cap. With the police under the impression that the murders have been solved. Burns' undercover work takes a toll on his relationship with his girlfriend Nancy (Karen Allen) due to his refusal to tell her the details of his current assignment and due to him building a close friendship with Ted. aviator frames. who is intimidated. wipes off his shaving cream and looks directly at the camera. However. who himself is having relationship issues with his dancer boyfriend Gregory. Burns. he almost quits his job. Officer Steve Burns (Al Pacino) is sent deep undercover to the urban world of gay S&M and leather bars in the Meatpacking District in order to track down the killer. and The Cock Pit.''Cruising (film)'' 65 Plot In New York City during the middle of a hot summer. The Ramrod. struggling playwright. The police dismiss the murder as a lover's quarrel turned violent and put out an arrest warrant for his boyfriend Gregory. and a leather jacket that all look very similar to the outfit the killer wore. the severely mutilated body of another victim. Lefransky Barton Heyman – Dr. In the end of the film. he is convinced by his boss (Paul Sorvino) to continue with the investigation. since the killer is still at large. who attacks him with a knife in Morningside Park. a gay music student. beaten. and then taking them to cheap rooming houses or motels and stabbing them to death after tying them up. whom Ted had earlier described to Steve as controlling and possessive. Burns' friend Ted. body parts of men are showing up in the Hudson River. Burns thinks that he has found the serial killer. Burns brings the man into custody. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino – Steve Burns Paul Sorvino – Captain Edelson Karen Allen – Nancy Gates Richard Cox – Stuart Richards Don Scardino – Ted Bailey Joe Spinell – Patrolman DiSimone Jay Acovone – Skip Lee Randy Jurgensen – Det. the medical examiner had previously determined that the killer was sterile) giving Burns another motive to continue. Burns moves back in with Nancy. and comes to believe that the police are merely motivated by homophobia. Skip Lee (Jay Acovone). meanwhile. Burns mistakenly compels the police to interrogate a waiter. In an ambiguous finale. but shortly afterward. The police suspect it to be the work of a serial killer who is picking up homosexual men at West Village bars like The Eagle's Nest. Ted Bailey (Don Scardino) a young. Outraged. Rifkin Gene Davis – DaVinci Arnaldo Santana – Loren Lukas Larry Atlas – Eric Rossman Allan Miller – Chief of Detectives Sonny Grosso – Detective Blasio Ed O'Neill – Detective Schreiber (as Edward O'Neil) Michael Aronin – Detective Davis James Remar – Gregory William Russ – Paul Gaines Mike Starr – Patrolman Desher Steve Inwood – Martino . Burns is disturbed by this police brutality. is found.

Friedkin worked with members of the Mafia. consisted entirely of footage from the clubs in which portions of the film were shot and consisted of "[a]bsolutely graphic sexuality. "Lion's Share" appeared. of which one. In researching the film. A few years later.[1] The deleted footage. as did Sonny Grosso. The band recorded a number of songs for the film. about a serial killer targeting New York City's gay community.[1] Some obscured sexual activity remains visible in the film as released and Friedkin intercut a few frames of gay pornography into the first scene in which a murder is depicted.[1] but in others he states that the footage created "mysterious twists and turns (which [the film] no longer takes)". Richard Gere expressed a strong interest in the part and Friedkin had opened negotiations with Gere's agent. who was still not interested.that material showed the most graphic homosexuality with Pacino watching.. Friedkin claims that the missing 40 minutes had no effect on the story or the characterizations..[2] Al Pacino was not Friedkin's first choice for the lead."[2] In some discussions.[1] Jurgenson and Bateson served as consultants on the film. Friedkin was not particularly interested in the project.[3] The Motion Picture Association of America originally gave Cruising an X rating. he discovered that United Artists no longer had the footage. Friedkin also knew a police officer named Randy Jurgenson. Friedkin changed his mind following a series of unsolved killings in gay leather bars in the early 1970s and the articles written about the murders by Village Voice journalist Arthur Bell. who had earlier consulted with Friedkin on The French Connection. who at the time owned many of the city's gay bars. a doctor's assistant who had appeared in Friedkin's 1973 film The Exorcist.''Cruising (film)'' • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Keith Prentice – Joey Leland Starnes – Jack Richards Robert Pope – DaVinci's friend Leo Burmester – Water Sport Bruce Levine – Dancer Charles Dunlap – Three Card Monte Powers Boothe – Hankie salesman James Sutorius – Jack (voice) Richard Jamieson – Spotter Jimmie Ray Weeks – Seller (as James Ray Weeks) David Winnie Hayes – Bouncer Carmine Stippo – Bartender James Hayden – Cockpit Coke man Todd Winters – Tugboat Mate 66 Production Philip D'Antoni. who had produced Friedkin's 1971 film The French Connection. who confessed to some of those murders. and Paul Bateson. The movie represents the only film soundtrack work by the seminal Los Angeles punk rock band The Germs.. according to Friedkin. All of these factors gave Friedkin the angle he wanted to pursue in making the film. When Friedkin sought to restore the missing footage for the film's DVD release. who had gone into the same sort of deep cover that Pacino's Steve Burns did to investigate an earlier series of gay murders. that the suspicion that Pacino's character may have himself become a killer was made more clear and that the missing footage simultaneously made the film both more and less ambiguous. D'Antino tried to attach Steven Spielberg but they were not able to interest a studio. approached Friedkin with the idea of directing a film based on The New York Times reporter Gerald Walker's 1970 novel Cruising. . He believes that UA destroyed it. Gere was Friedkin's choice because he believed that Gere would bring an androgynous quality to the role that Pacino could not. Jurgenson and Grosso appear in bit parts in the film. Friedkin claims he took the film before the MPAA board "50 times" at a cost of $50. and with the intimation that he may have been participating.000 and deleted 40 minutes of footage from the original cut before he secured an R rating. Jerry Weintraub brought the idea back to Friedkin.

blasting whistles and air horns near locations. Reception Critical reception Upon the film's release. along with his seemingly asexual nature in the first half. One thousand protesters marched through the East Village demanding the city withdraw support for the film. Friedkin deleted a scene showing the Gay Liberation slogan "We Are Everywhere" as graffiti on a wall just before the first body part is pulled from the river and added a disclaimer:[4] This film is not intended as an indictment of the homosexual world. again. critical reaction was highly negative and gay activists had public protests against the film. also gone is his racism. and gay-owned businesses to bar the film-makers from their premises. critical opinion of the film has tempered somewhat over the years as the film has been reassessed.223. People attempted to interfere with shooting by pointing mirrors from rooftops to ruin lighting for scenes." • [On the character of Officer Steve Burns (Al Pacino)] "Gone is the back story of his having harassed gays at an off-base bar when he was in the Army. the film holds a 59% "rotten" rating at Rotten Tomatoes based on 27 reviews. who tells his boy. As of [11] August 2010. 'You know what you have to do. and playing loud music. which is not meant to be representative of the whole.[9] Release The film was released February 15.[10] The film was banned in Finland. It is set in one small segment of that world. to screen Cruising just before its release.' which sets him off to kill.[5] Friedkin later claimed that it was the MPAA and United Artists that required the disclaimer.''Cruising (film)'' Friedkin asked noted gay author John Rechy. formerly-disapproving father. we're baffled as to the connection Friedkin's trying to make. and is the son trying to win back his father's approval by killing men of a sexual nature the father has a seething hatred for? If so. At Rechy's suggestion.[6] Friedkin claimed that no one involved in making the film thought it would be considered as representative of the entire gay community. citing the disclaimer as "an admission of guilt. One can easily surmise . What director would make such a statement if he truly believed that his film would not be taken to be representative of the whole?"[7] 67 Protests Throughout the summer of 1979.[8] Al Pacino said that he understood the protests but insisted that upon reading the screenplay he never at any point felt that the film was anti-gay. happy-go-lucky guy with a steady girlfriend. Instead. he's been made a regular. He said that the leather bars were "just a fragment of the gay community. and. but gay film historian Vito Russo disputes that. we don't even know if the father knew his son was gay before passing on. Gay people were urged to disrupt filming.784. In fact. However. some of whose works were set in the same milieu as the film. calling it "part of the dark bargain that was made to get the film released at all" and "a sop to organised gay rights groups". members of New York's gay community protested the production of the film. 1980 in the United States and had a weak domestic box office take of $19. there's no indication of any of this. Iran and South Africa. Rechy had written an essay defending Friedkin's right to make the film. although not the film itself. the same way the Mafia is a fragment of Italian-American life [referring to The Godfather]" and that he would "never want to do anything to harm the gay community". Film critic Jack Sommersby's comments typefied the contemporary criticism directed at non-political matters such as character development and the changes made when the film was transferred from a novel to a film:[12] • [On the character of the serial killer] "The closest we get to a motivation comes from his imaginary conversations with his deceased. Was the father's disapproval pertaining to his son being gay.

p. References [1] Simon. Vito Russo wrote that. but does include some extra scenes not seen in the original VHS release and additional visual effects added by Friedkin. Retrieved 2009-02-07. htm) at Box Office Mojo [11] Cruising (http:/ / www. editor of an encyclopedia of gay and lesbian films titled Images in The Dark. 238 [8] Lee. 136 [4] Rechy. Retrieved 2009-02-10. Worst Screenplay and Worst Director (William Friedkin). DVD release A deluxe collector's edition DVD. Some gay activists point to it as a historical film that prompted a gradual shift in how Hollywood films depicted gay people. Some view the film as somewhat of a time capsule of the post-Stonewall pre-AIDS era of decadence in gay culture that was commonplace in many major urban centers in the 1970s and early 1980s. "Gays who protested the making of the film maintained that it would show that when Pacino recognized his attraction to the homosexual world. 2007 and Region 2 on 25 Feb 2008. 138 [7] Russo. [2] Williams. Al Pacino: The Authorized Biography.' How? Turning him off sex with women.lee. Nathan (2007-08-27). we do not know. p." He goes on to say "the film is [13] now part of queer history and a testament to how a frightened Hollywood treated a disenfranchised minority." The second major criticism of the film at its release came from gay activists that felt that the film had a homophobic political message that would lead to a rise in hate crimes against gay men. Today. . the manlier he must be – fucking away any trace of gay.77663. venicemag. html). "Gay Old Time" (http:/ / www. [10] Cruising (http:/ / www. ISBN 0743294971. Village Voice. p. . 135 [3] Williams. or off sex altogether in light of what he's seeing and experiencing every night? Again. as compared to the theatrical and VHS releases. [W]e're brought up short.20. is affecting me. Friedkin also added a commentary track to accompany the DVD." 68 Accolades The film was nominated for three Golden Raspberry Awards: Worst Picture. Lawrence (2006). p. as if Friedkin simply didn't care. and he replies. [9] Grobel. villagevoice. 68–71. if he's doing so under the pretense that the rougher. We see the cop engaging in some heavy vaginal intercourse with his girlfriend.. the girlfriend complains about his not wanting her any more.. is the absence of the disclaimer at the beginning of the film stating that Cruising depicts a gay S&M subculture and is not representative of mainstream gay life. distributed by Warner Home Video. and the cop's emotional progression seems stunted. rottentomatoes. but we don't know if he's normally this semi-rough. 82 [5] Hadleigh. 90 [6] Williams. the latter being about the controversy the film provoked. This release is not in its original director's cut. p. com/ movies/ ?id=cruising. The DVD also includes two featurettes entitled 'The History of Cruising' and 'Exorcising Cruising'. but since the 1990s the film has generated some positive criticism. writes that "the film proves to be an entertaining and (for those born too late to enjoy the sexual excesses of pre-AIDS gay life) fascinating if ridiculous glimpse into gay life . com/ pdf/ 0709/ wFriedkin. the film is something of a cult classic among fans of horror films and even gay audiences. The only visible omission in this re-release."[7] The negative criticism of the film hurt its box office sales. com/ film/ 0736. UK: Simon & Schuster. boxofficemojo.albeit Hollywood's version of gay life. he would become psychotic and begin to kill. 'What I'm doing.''Cruising (film)'' Friedkin's motivation here: using someone identifiable to lead us into the underworld of black leather and kinky sex. Alex (September 2007). Venice magazine: pp. Raymond Murray. A week later. com/ m/ cruising/ ) at Rotten Tomatoes . p. if you will. was released in Region 1 on September 18. "Crusing with Billy" (http:/ / www. pdf).

David (1998). External links • Cruising (http://www. • Q Network Film Desk "Cruising" By James Kendrick (http://www. ISBN 0253347130.eFilmCritic (http:/ / efilmcritic. Citadel Press.''Cruising (film)'' [12] Movie Review . • Murray. • Russo. • A new stance on William Friedkin's Cruising (http://www. ISBN 1880707012.cgi?f=/e/a/ 1995/05/12/WEEKEND4566. masochism. ISBN 0691058768.com/cgi-bin/article. The Lavender Screen: The Gay and Lesbian Films: Their Stars.com. Linda Ruth (2005). Boze (2001). John (2004). Carroll & Graf Publishers.html) . pp.Cruising .fringeunderground. Princeton University Press.html) by Drew Fitzpatrick (Digital Destruction). • Cruising: Re-examining the Reviled (http://www.slate. Images in the Dark: An Encyclopedia of Gay and Lesbian Film and Video. ISBN 0806521996. and contemporary American culture.213-217 • Williams. Harper & Row. php?movie=4319& reviewer=327) [13] Murray. Makers. ISBN 0060961325.dtl) by Bob Stephens (1995). Raymond (1995).com/title/tt0080569/) at the Internet Movie Database • San Francisco Examiner "Lasting images of "Cruising" (http://www. • Rechy.imdb.com/cruising. Vito (1987). Taking it like a man: white masculinity. com/ review. ISBN 0786714050. The Erotic Thriller in Contemporary Cinema. Beneath the Skin: The Collected Essays.com/id/2173734/nav/tap3/) by Trenton Straube • Friedkin Out by Bill Krohn at rouge press (http://www. p.sfgate.rouge.com/?page=review&id=203). 393 69 Bibliography • Hadleigh. The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the Movies revised edition.qnetwork. TLA Publications. • Savran. Characters. Indiana University Press.au/3/friedkin. and Critics.

as he struggles to write an original play entitled. 1982 110 minutes United States English $10. It concerns the familial and relationship troubles of a stressed Armenian-American Broadway writer. It stars Al Pacino.576. written by Israel Horovitz and is loosely autobiographical. Kemper 20th Century Fox June 18.''Author! Author! (film)'' 70 Author! Author! (film) Author! Author! film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Arthur Hiller Irwin Winkler Israel Horovitz Al Pacino Dyan Cannon Tuesday Weld Alan King Bob Elliott Ray Goulding Dave Grusin Victor J.604 (USA) Music by Cinematography Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue Author! Author! is a 1982 film directed by Arthur Hiller. Dyan Cannon and Tuesday Weld. English with Tears. Ivan Travalian (Pacino). .

[1] He also talked to his three children for inspiration. His wife (Weld) is leaving him. Cannon enjoyed making the film and compared the experience to "being on a cruise". Author! Author! tries so hard that the screen seems to sweat".[1] Alan King also enjoyed filming and said that his character was a cross between Hal Prince and Zero Mostel.[1] Principal Photography During filming. the way kids come along in huge bunches and the irresponsibility of parents in taking care of those children". The film was based on Horovitz's own personal experiences as a divorced father responsible for looking after two of his three children.[3] Pacino has said that he made Author! Author! because he thought he would enjoy making a film "about a guy with his kids.[6] . Production Screenwriter Israel Horovitz first worked with actor Al Pacino in the mid-1960s developing the playwright's play.[3] Reaction Author! Author! received negative reviews from critics. I thought it would be fun".[5] In his review for the Washington Post. "there's nothing sadder than a movie that tries to be adorable and isn't.[1] The play was produced in 1968 and both men won Obie awards for their work. In his review for the Globe and Mail.[1] Casting Dyan Cannon was originally asked to play the role of Gloria but she turned it down because she found the character "bitchy" and had already played that kind of role before.[1] She was then asked to play Alice and agreed because she loved the character. They remained friends over the years and jumped at the chance to work again on Author! Author!. that it is resolutely and maliciously anti-female is unforgivable". Line after line is obscured by his whispery mumble. "I felt there was a lot of room to explore the ease with which people get married in this country. The Indian Wants the Bronx. "The film had to be written in a comic mode. Gary Arnold criticized Pacino's performance: "Pacino's maddening articulation would seem to argue against further flings at comedy. "sometimes people who are not really meant to be together get together in this business for a short time.[2] Director Arthur Hiller was drawn to the project because it was about an extended family and that it showed "that love is what makes a family strong. and this mangled speech seems particularly inappropriate in a character who's supposed to be a playwright". He said. Pacino said he enjoyed working with the child actors who played his children.[3] Nevertheless. Jay Scott criticized the performances of the child actors: "The brood is composed of the most appalling set of exhibitionistic child actors this side of Eight is Enough". And his lead actress (Cannon) wants to move in with him but isn't used to kids. It's very unfortunate for all parties concerned". Pacino did not get along with Hiller. not necessarily who's the natural parent". and felt "that this comedy is not funny is bad enough. The actor said. leaving him as well with four children from her previous marriages plus his own son. because otherwise it's too painful to deal with".[4] Newsweek magazine's Jack Kroll wrote. dealing with New York and show business.''Author! Author! (film)'' 71 Plot synopsis Playwright Ivan Travalian (Pacino) has a Broadway play in rehearsal and the backers want rewrites.

html). "Kingdom of Cute". Gary (1982-06-19). [4] Scott.". Lawrence (2006). [3] Grobel.Y. Newsweek.''Author! Author! (film)'' 72 References [1] Bennetts. Simon Spotlight Entertainment. [6] Arnold. The New York Times. [2] Chase.. [5] Kroll. Retrieved 2010-05-10. Washington Post. External links • Author! Author! (http://www. "The author of Author! Author!" (http:/ / www.imdb. Leslie (1982-01-24). Jay (1982-06-19). N. "Author! Author! Just a Mish-Mash of Mush". "Author! Author! Shoots in N. Globe and Mail.com/title/tt0083598/) at the Internet Movie Database .Y. "Al Pacino". Chris (1982-07-02). The New York Times. "Al Pacino on the Writer's Block". nytimes. Jack (1982-07-05). com/ 1982/ 07/ 02/ movies/ at-the-movies-the-author-of-author-author. .

produced by Martin Bregman and starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana. Based on Howard Hawks' original 1932 film of the same name. the film tells the story of a fictional Cuban refugee who comes to Miami in 1980 as a result of the Mariel .703 Scarface is a 1983 American epic crime drama film directed by Brian De Palma. Murray Abraham Harris Yulin Giorgio Moroder Music by Cinematography John A. 1983 170 minutes United States English $25 million [1] [2] $65. Greenberg David Ray Universal Pictures December 9. written by Oliver Stone. Alonzo Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Gerald B.884.''Scarface (1983 film)'' 73 Scarface (1983 film) Scarface Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Brian De Palma Martin Bregman Oliver Stone Al Pacino Steven Bauer Michelle Pfeiffer Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Robert Loggia F.

Tony and Manny find Frank with Bernstein. The film's grainy black and white poster is a popular decoration and is still in production. In Miami. eventually asking her to marry him. He asks Nick The Pig to call Frank at 3:00 am. Florida during the 1980 Mariel Boatlift. . Frank likes Tony's style and hires Tony and Manny to work for him. Tony and Omar go to Bolivia to talk with cocaine kingpin Alejandro Sosa (Paul Shenar). The tension between Tony and Omar peaks when Tony tries to negotiate unauthorized terms with Sosa. Tony takes the money and cocaine to Frank personally. inspiring posters. buying cocaine from Colombian dealers. Georgina (Míriam Colón). Frank is infuriated over Omar's death and Tony's unauthorized deals. As Sosa and Tony part ways with a business understanding.''Scarface (1983 film)'' Boatlift. and younger sister. Frank begs for his life and Tony's forgiveness before Manny kills him. but his criminal life disgusts his mother who throws him out after refusing a gift of money. Tony goes on record stating he never liked or trusted Omar. Meanwhile back at the club. Manny wards her off. are sent to a refugee camp. Tony is shaken down by a Miami detective. but the deal goes bad. but wealthy drug dealer Frank Lopez (Robert Loggia) arranges for them to obtain green cards in return for the assassination of a former Cuban government official. Tony establishes his own operations and pursues Elvira more aggressively. As Tony and Sosa further discuss business. mindful of Tony's extreme protectiveness. with Manny as his second-in-command. Tony. Omar leaves. after Tony would arrive at Frank's office. killing both in the process. and associates Angel (Pepe Serna) and Chi Chi (Ángel Salazar) drive to the deal. The film has since gathered a cult following and has become an important cultural icon. The phone rings as planned. The initial critical response to Scarface was mixed. However. The film is dedicated to Howard Hawks and Ben Hecht. He proposes to "tax" Tony on his transactions in return for police protection and information. marries Elvira. of whom Tony is overly protective. The Colombians dismember Angel with a chainsaw and are about to do the same to Tony when Manny and Chi Chi storm the apartment and kill the Colombians. He and his best friend. Manny. Tony is attacked and wounded by two gunmen but manages to escape. Manny Ribera (Steven Bauer). Elvira Hancock (Michelle Pfeiffer). Once the deal is complete. Months later. Sosa warns Tony never to betray him. Tony then kills Bernstein. clothing. Mel Bernstein (Harris Yulin). a violent and ambitious random Cuban refugee. to inform him that the hit failed. Tony then takes over Frank's empire. 74 Plot Tony Montana (Al Pacino). but vouches for Frank. Suspecting a set-up. with the two ending their business relationship. He follows the two to a restroom stall where he berates Gina for her promiscuous conduct. and becomes increasingly wealthy. This is when Tony first meets and develops a romantic interest in Frank's girlfriend. Tony decides to pay Frank a visit. Tony visits his mother. The film chronicles his rise to the top of Miami's criminal underworld and subsequent downfall in tragic Greek fashion. with the film receiving criticism for its violence and graphic language. Murray Abraham). He asks Manny to take her home. Montana becomes a gangster against the backdrop of the 1980s cocaine boom. At a nightclub. cracks in Tony's operation begin to form as both he and Elvira become addicted to cocaine and drift apart. they agree to carry out a job for Frank's henchman Omar Suarez (F. Suspecting Frank sent Bernstein and the hitmen. distrusting Omar. with Frank confirming his involvement by playing the call off as Elvira checking on when he'll be home. Tony then witnesses Sosa's henchmen hang Omar from a helicopter. and Tony's increasing paranoia begins to take a toll on his friendship with Manny. Gina (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio). Sosa discloses to Tony that Omar was a police informant. who were the director and screenwriter respectively of the original 1932 film. Gina is excited to see him again. One night Tony sees Gina dancing with a drug dealer. as a result of its popularity it has been parodied many times. in time. along the way she admits to Manny her attraction to him. but Sosa requests Tony stay. arrives in Miami. and many other references.

Tony kills Manny in a fit of anger. Tony makes his last stand with an automatic weapon fitted with a grenade launcher. a heavily-drugged Gina enters Tony's office and accuses Tony of being possessive and jealous. 75 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Tony Montana Steven Bauer as Manny Ribera (Credits list as "Manny Ray") Michelle Pfeiffer as Elvira Hancock Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Gina Montana Robert Loggia as Frank Lopez F. Gina reveals the two had just married and Tony and his men take a hysterical Gina back to Tony's mansion. As Tony sits in his office. 1983 in New York City where it was initially greeted with mixed reaction. At this point one of Sosa's gunmen enters the room and kills Gina. Sosa reminds Tony of their first conversation. Al Pacino and Steven Bauer. He eventually loses his weapon. her then-boyfriend Peter Holm and Eddie Murphy among others. Alberto states that Sosa's explicit instructions are to tail the journalist and blow up his car in front of the United Nations building. When Tony goes back to Miami. because it's about them".''Scarface (1983 film)'' Police pose as money launderers to set up Tony and charge him with money laundering and tax evasion. upon its first release. drew controversy regarding the violence and graphic language in the film. Furious. snorting a huge pile of cocaine. Tony's lawyer lets him know there will be a huge fine and jail time. Among those in attendance were the film's two stars. loses control. because they're going to hate it in Hollywood . but Tony must fly to New York City with Sosa's man Alberto to help assassinate a Bolivian journalist intent on exposing Sosa during a speech to the United Nations. Tony shoots him in the head. They stake out the journalist's apartment and Alberto wires the journalists' car with a remote bomb. who has been missing since he left.. Learning of the sting. Tony is arrested. but makes bail. upon seeing the journalist accompanied in the car by his wife and children. Melanie Griffith. and after a heated exchange. Tony tries to call off the operation. Ernie. Before Alberto can detonate the bomb. Sosa offers Tony quid pro quo: Sosa will use his government connections to keep Tony out of jail. takes multiple bullet wounds. When Tony sees Manny and Gina together. hated it because of the graphic violence and language. In a cocaine-fueled rage. and refuses to call off the hit. and is finally killed by a shotgun blast from "The Skull" (Geno Silva). a large group of heavily armed men sent by Sosa surround the mansion. he follows Gina. Murray Abraham as Omar Suárez Harris Yulin as Mel Bernstein Paul Shenar as Alejandro Sosa Ángel Salazar as Chi Chi Pepe Serna as Angel Fernandez Míriam Colón as Georgina Montana Al Israel as Hector "The Toad" Michael Alldredge as George Sheffield Reaction Scarface held its premiere on December 1. and Alberto. At the middle of the film. Cher loved it. who came with her family. The next morning. Martin Scorsese turned behind to Steven Bauer and told him. Sosa calls Tony later that evening.[3] According to AMC's "DVD TV: Much More Movie" airing.. "You guys are great – but be prepared. Tony kills the gunman and upon seeing Gina's corpse. At this point. distraught at killing his best friend. Tony arrives in NYC with Chi Chi. and received many . Joan Collins. and Dustin Hoffman was said to have fallen asleep. as well as Burt and Diane Lane. Writers Kurt Vonnegut and John Irving were among those who allegedly walked out in disgust after the notorious "chainsaw" scene. Lucille Ball. Raquel Welch. before shooting him in the leg.[4] Scarface.

but was told that he could not. and has since gathered a large following. However. said that the film was well received by only one notable critic. Roger Ebert rated it four stars out of four in his 1983 review and he later added it to his "Great Movies" list.[8] Vincent Canby also praised the film in his review for the New York Times: "[T]he dominant mood of the film is. and third cuts) for extreme violence. the film grossed $65 million worldwide. Critical reception Roger Ebert wrote "DePalma and his writer. Oliver Stone. In later editions of his annual movie guide. DePalma released the director's cut to theaters anyway with an unapproved "R". But the effort expended on the flawless Cuban accent and the attempts to flesh out a character cut from inch-thick cardboard are hopeless". Director Brian De Palma pulled in a panel of experts.9 million (over $135 million. . ingeniously choreographed to leave the antihero floating face down in a literal bloodbath".6 million in its opening weekend. "A movie that appeared intent on revealing an alarmingly contemporary criminal subculture gradually reverts to underworld cliche. the crash is as terrifying as it is vivid and arresting". The film went on to make $45.[12] In his review for the Washington Post. Vincent Canby of The New York Times.[13] It currently holds a "Fresh" rating of 88% from Rotten Tomatoes. DePalma later asked the studio if he could release the original director's cut.[5] 76 Rating Scarface was given an X rating three times (original. production number finale. in his review for the Globe and Mail. This convinced the 20 members of the ratings board to give the third cut an "R" rating by a vote of 18 to 2.. "For a while.4 million in North America and $20.[10] Al Pacino's performance as the Cuban drug lord Tony Montana received a mixed reception.5 million internationally for a worldwide total of $65. When it comes down in Scarface. second. It's a grand.[7] He later added it to his "Great Movies" list. in 997 theaters. and offers no new insights except that crime doesn't pay. Martin Bregman. At least the 1932 movie moved".[9] Leonard Maltin was among those critics who held a negative opinion towards Scarface. shallow. grossing USD $4. David Ansen wrote. In his review for Newsweek. which like all good Hollywood gangster movies delivers the punch and counterpunch of cocks and disgust". 1983. we're watching people who are criminals". Al Pacino is hypnotic as Montana. However. and one of the fascinations of the movie is that we aren't watching crime-movie clichés.. including real narcotics officers. decadent entertainment. "If Scarface makes you shudder. it's from what you think you see and from the accumulated tension of this feral landscape.''Scarface (1983 film)'' negative reviews from movie critics.[6] Box office Scarface was released on December 9. the film's producer. frequent strong language and hard drug usage..[Scarface] wallows in excess and unpleasantness for nearly three hours. when adjusted for inflation.. Maltin included an addendum to his review stating his surprise with the film's newfound popularity as a cult-classic. Despite this.[11] Jay Scott.bleak and futile: What goes up must always come down. who stated that the film was an accurate portrayal of the real-life drug underworld and should be widely seen. On the two-disc Special Edition. and an average score of 65/100 from Metacritic. have created a gallery of specific individuals. writes. since the studio executives did not know the differences between the three submitted cuts. stating that ". as of 2010). Gary Arnold wrote. He gave the film *1/2 stars out of four. covering its derivative tracks with outrageous decor and an apocalyptic.

Tony presents to her a gift. Gabriella Martini.[16] A 2. • At the Babylon Club. He then says "So here we are. aside from being heavily cut for content and time. the following scenes were added in order to make up for anything that was cut: • An extra Freedom Town scene. . preluding its cult status. 32 minutes were edited out. he points to him Louis and Miguel Echevierra.[14] The line "Say hello to my little friend!" (said by Montana of his rifle-grenade-launcher) took 61st place on AFI's 100 Years. a Razzie Award for Worst Director. Entertainment Weekly ranked the film #8 on their list of "The Top 50 Cult Films". before Frank points to Tony El Gordo. and a lot of the dialog. 1987. 100 Movie Quotes list.. in which Tony is in a phone booth trying to call a young girl (presumably Gina). However. DePalma was nominated for. TV version The TV version of Scarface premiered on ABC on October 25. Releases VHS Scarface was initially released by MCA Home Video on VHS and Beta in the summer of 1984 – a two-tape set in 1. the American Film Institute revealed its "Ten Top Ten"—the best ten films in ten "classic" American film genres—after polling over 1. • A scene where Tony meets his lawyer for the first time..''Scarface (1983 film)'' Pacino earned nomination for Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama and Steven Bauer was nominated for Best Supporting Actor as well. • A scene in New York City where Tony pretends to be looking for his lost dog. • While visiting his mother's house. on a White Horse. The last and most recent VHS release was in 2003 to counterpart the 20th anniversary edition DVD. • A scene that shows Sosa talking to his fiancee. Scarface was acknowledged as the tenth best in the gangster film genre.35:1 Widescreen VHS would follow years later in 1998 to coincide with the special edition DVD release. Some of these scenes appear as extras on DVD. the Three Muskateers" as he opens the champagne bottle. and makes a toast to America. and then watches Steven Bauer played Tony Montana's friend Manny Ribera in Scarface. 77 Legacy In June 2008. as opposed to the versions that were seen on television.33:1 pan and scan ratio – and quickly became a bestseller.[15] and Empire Magazine placed it among the top 500 films of all time.500 people from the creative community. In addition. including the constant use of the word "fuck" was changed. but did not win. television with Manny and Chi Chi. but in a rough-cut fashion.

Reflecting Moroder's style. In the fall of 2006.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen transfer and 5. 20th anniversary theatrical re-release in 2003 also boasted a remastered soundtrack with enhanced sound effects and music but the DVD's 5. Dolby Digital 2. production notes. New to this edition was a 2. Universal released a remastered two disc "Anniversary Edition" to coincide with the film's 20th anniversary re-release. Blu-ray As of early 2010.1 surround sound in both Dolby Digital and DTS. which kept track of the number of bullets fired and "F-bombs" throughout the film. lobby cards. but give the title as Caracortada (Spanish for "Cutface". 1.1 tracks were mixed from the film's original four-track stereo audio. and a DVD of the original Scarface. A limited edition box set was also released featuring a gold money clip embossed with the "Tony Montana" monogram. Universal released a single disc 'movie only' version of the Anniversary Edition with the deleted scenes as the sole bonus feature. subsequently fetching outrageous prices on secondhand sites such as eBay. . featuring two documentaries — one re-edited from the last release to include new interviews with Steven Bauer (Manny Ray) and another produced by Def Jam Recordings featuring interviews with various rappers on the film's cult success in the hip-hop world and other extras ported over from the previous DVD. a literal translation of "Scarface" into Spanish is "Cara de cicatriz"). describing it as "one of the worst big studio releases out there". In 2003. outtakes. New features to this edition were two featurettes relating to the new video game and the criminal and cultural world of Miami in the 1980s. resulting in noticeably limited frequency and surround effects.[17] This DVD quietly went out of print. the film was titled El Precio del Poder (The Price of Power).[18] [19] The US and Latin American editions of the DVD feature a Spanish language track. electronic music. An alternate. and many fans and reviewers complained about its unwatchable video transfer and muddled sound. The DVD featured a non-anamorphic widescreen transfer. Spanish-language version When released in Spain. a "Making of" documentary. production notes and cast and crew biographies. This release was not successful. and cast and crew biographies) from the Anniversary Edition were also included. Most of the extras (with the exception of the Def Jam documentary.33:1 pan and scan version of the DVD was also made available. production stills.0 Surround. In 2005. Universal released the movie in a two-disc "Platinum Edition" featuring the remastered audio from the theatrical re-release in Dolby Digital and DTS 5. The limited. The first release was by Universal Studios Home Entertainment on the film's 15th anniversary in 1998 under the studio's "Collector's Edition" line. Pop culture Music The music in Scarface was produced by Academy Award-winning Italian record producer Giorgio Moroder.1 surround. the soundtrack consists mostly of synthesized new wave. Universal has not publicly disclosed any plans to release Scarface on Blu-ray. and a "Scarface Scorecard".''Scarface (1983 film)'' 78 DVD Scarface has been released on DVD several times in the United States.

the series' current status is unknown. was released in September and October 2006. he lost his criminal empire. PS2. Wii. The game is much like Scarface: The World is Yours. Scarface: Money. The final mission in which Tommy must fend off dozens of armed men as they storm the mansion parallels the bloodbath ending in the film. plans were set into motion for hip hop artist Cuban Link to write and star in a sequel to Scarface entitled Son of Tony. The Malibu Club is also very similar to the Babylon Club. emulating the Sosa-Tony situation. The game is a quasi-sequel based on the premise that Tony survived the raid on his mansion at the end of the film however.[24] USA Network announced in 2003 they would be producing a mini-series based on the movie. It starts with corrupt police officers finding Tony has survived the final mansion showdown. however. Books and comics Dark Horse Comics' imprint DH Press released a novel called Scarface: The Beginning by L. A.[20] [21] IDW publishing released a limited series called Scarface: Scarred For Life. seeking for vengeance. where Eric Cartman suffers from KFC withdrawal syndrome after the fast food products have been effectively outlawed in the town of South Park so he and his friend work out a deal with Colonel Sanders. Radical and Vivendi also released a second licensed video game. It was developed by Radical Entertainment and published by Vivendi Universal Games. Other similarities include a drugs deal that goes wrong.[22] Television and film In 2001. Eric's excessive consumption of the product is an impediment to Colonel's plans and his inability to carry out a murder of Jamie Oliver as the Colonel's upmost critic finds Sanders outraged. South Park parody The South Park episode Medicinal Fried Chicken is a parody of events that take place in the movie. such as an area with the famous bloody bathroom in an empty apartment. gaining respect and overall reconstruction of the empire. whereas Money. . but deals more with the controlling of drugs and managing of the Montana cocaine empire and turf. and after several years Cuban Link indicated that he may no longer be involved with the project as the result of movie rights issues and creative control. followed by an update in June 2007. in October 2006. Sanders is quoted as saying "Don't ever try to fuck me. and the player's goal is to rebuild it.[23] The plans for a prospective sequel drew both praise as well as criticism. the protagonist Tommy Vercetti is heavily based upon Tony Montana. Scarface: The World Is Yours. Xbox. Power. along with a chainsaw that can be used as a weapon. Respect is mostly focused on getting rid of gangs. To date. Respect.''Scarface (1983 film)'' 79 Video games A licensed video game. Banks. directly paraphrasing Sosa's minatory remarks to Tony not long after they've met for the first time. a mission to kill a cocaine-dealing boss similar to Tony and Manny's killing of Frank. Power. Eric". and a mansion featuring an office and hall very similar to those of Tony's mansion in the movie. Furthermore. and PC versions have been released. only a PSP version of this game has been released. The hit game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City also has some homages to Scarface.

[8] Ebert. Signet Books. latinrapper. Retrieved 2007-01-02. 1983). nytimes. au/ articles/ 2003/ 10/ 08/ 1065601905570. 1983). com/ profile. [4] "Scarred for Life" (http:/ / www. Retrieved 2008-10-08. . . The Digital bits.com/title/tt0086250/) at the Internet Movie Database • Scarface (http://www. [24] "Cuban Link Starts His Chain Reaction" (http:/ / www. dll/ article?AID=/ 19831209/ REVIEWS/ 312090301/ 1023). theage. 1984. com/ movies/ ?id=scarface. 1983). .Scarface: Collector's Edition" (http:/ / www. Latin Rapper. . Roger (December 9. . "Al Pacino Stars in Scarface" (http:/ / movies. Retrieved 2007-03-16. the New Gangster. Ozone Magazine. 1983. Entertainment Weekly.''Scarface (1983 film)'' 80 References [1] http:/ / www. [14] "AFI's 10 Top 10" (http:/ / www. [20] Dark Horse Comics > Profile > Scarface Vol. com/ title/ tt0086250/ business [2] "Scarface" (http:/ / www. [17] Todd Doogan (September 3. htm). 1983" (http:/ / www. "Leonard Maltin's 2009 Movie Guide". May 23. Washington Post. Wireimage. [5] Roger Ebert (December 9. com/ foro/ index.imdb. 1998). Chicago Sun-Times. suntimes. Saddled With Old Cliches". com/ comics/ series/ m-r/ scarface/ scarface-scarred-for-life-tpb. php?topic=23773). suntimes. FilmAffinity. [19] "Ingresar" (http:/ / www. "Scarface" (http:/ / rogerebert. Chicago Sun-Times. "Gunning Their Way to Glory". ozonemag. Retrieved 2008-10-08. "Review of Scarface" (http:/ / rogerebert. [9] Canby. [6] 1983 Article about the rating of the film. com/ GalleryListing. Gary (December 9. "DVD Review . 'Scarface: Scarred For Life' (https:/ / shop. Newsweek.boxofficemojo. filmaffinity.com. October 11. html). . Leonard (August 5. "A Castro cast-off cut from cardboard Scarface: the scuzziest of them all". com/ es/ film188896. com/ newspapers?id=3Z4cAAAAIBAJ& sjid=lWgEAAAAIBAJ& pg=2585. . dhpressbooks. 1: The Beginning (http:/ / www. Retrieved 2008-06-18. [11] Ansen. David (December 12. New York Times. php?sku=10-738) [21] DH Press Books : Current Titles (http:/ / www. Retrieved 2007-01-02. 2008). Retrieved 2007-01-02. 1983). boxofficemojo. Box Office Mojo. pp. 1202. com/ 10top10/ gangster. December 1. html) [23] "Son of Tony" (http:/ / www. . . Retrieved 2007-03-16. 2003. Retrieved 2007-07-20. Retrieved 2007-01-02. html). com/ reviews/ scarface. [13] Arnold.rottentomatoes. [18] "El precio del poder (1983)" (http:/ / www. newsbank. google. html). External links • Scarface (http://www.htm) at Box Office Mojo • Scarface (http://www. . html).com/m/1018324-scarface/) at Rotten Tomatoes . com/ nl-search/ we/ Archives?p_product=MH& s_site=miami& p_multi=MH& p_theme=realcities& p_action=search& p_maxdocs=200& p_topdoc=1& p_text_direct-0=0EB35FD5E3BD789B& p_field_direct-0=document_id& p_perpage=10& p_sort=YMD_date:D& s_trackval=GooglePM). shareadictos. com/ apps/ pbcs. com.com/movies/?id=scarface. "Great Movies" (http:/ / rogerebert. com/ movie/ review?_r=2& res=9B0DE3D71F39F93AA35751C1A965948260& scp=21& sq="Scarface"& st=nyt& oref=slogin& oref=logint). [3] "Wireimage Listings: Scarface Premiere: Dec 1. Vincent (December 9. June 16. [10] Maltin. php?prodid=10-738) [22] IDW Publishing. Roger. The Miami Herald. (http:/ / news. 1983). thedigitalbits. . dll/ section?category=greatmovies_fulllist). idwpublishing. dll/ article?AID=/ 19831209/ REVIEWS/ 312090301/ 1023). Chicago Sun-Times. com/ featurednews41. Retrieved 2010-03-05. [15] "The Top 50 Cult Films". wireimage. Retrieved 2010-03-05. Retrieved 2008-10-08.3446095& dq=scarface+ rated+ x& hl=en) [7] Ebert. Retrieved 2007-07-20. Shareadictos. com/ profile/ profile. . 2008-06-17. imdb. American Film Institute. afi. suntimes. . "Al Pacino. 1983). com/ apps/ pbcs. html). Jay (December 9. asp?nbc1=1& navtyp=CAL====122873& ym=198312). html). com/ feb2002/ cubanlink. Globe and Mail. . darkhorse. [12] Scott. [16] "Fonda Still Working Out (best-selling VHS and Beta tapes of the week)" (http:/ / nl. The Palm Beach Post. 2003. com/ apps/ pbcs.

Steven Berkoff. Graham Greene. Nastassja Kinski.000. Joan Plowright. Donald Sutherland. and Robbie Coltrane.000 $346.''Revolution (1985 film)'' 81 Revolution (1985 film) Revolution Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Hugh Hudson Irwin Winkler Robert Dillon Al Pacino Donald Sutherland Nastassja Kinski Helen Porter John Corigliano Music by Cinematography Bernard Lutic Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Stuart Baird Warner Bros.761 Revolution is a 1985 film directed by Hugh Hudson. written by Robert Dillon and starring Al Pacino. Pictures 25 December 1985 126 minutes (theatrical) 115 minutes (DVD version) United Kingdom English $28. Annie Lennox. Helen Porter. Dave King. .

South Devon. including Worst Picture. Military extras were recruited from ex-servicement mainly from the Plymouth. It currently holds a rating of 8% critical approval at Rotten Tomatoes. and proved to be a box-office disaster. area Reception Revolution cost $28 million to make. Main battles scenes were filmed at Burrator reservoir on Dartmoor in Devon and on the coastal cliff top near Challabought Bay. only grossing $346.imdb. It was also nominated for four Razzie Awards. has an added narration by Al Pacino. Worst Actor and Worst Musical Score. being trashed by the critics. uk/ film/ 2009/ mar/ 22/ revolution-al-pacino-hugh-hudson External links • Revolution (http://www. Production The film was produced by the British company Goldcrest. com/ node/ 43540 [2] http:/ / www.com/title/tt0089913/) at the Internet Movie Database • Rotten Tomatoes (http://www. Pacino's film career subsequently went into a four-year hiatus until 1989's Sea of Love.761 in the United States.com/m/revolution/) . Ten minutes of footage from the original film is cut.rottentomatoes. [1] [2] References [1] http:/ / www. DVD release Revolution Revisited The 2009 DVD release of the film. and was filmed largely in the old dock area of the English port town of King's Lynn. co.''Revolution (1985 film)'' 82 Plot The film stars Al Pacino as a New York fur trapper during the American Revolutionary War. South Devon where a wooden fort was built. Worst Director. A special feature is included: a conversation with Al Pacino and director Hugh Hudson discussing the film being rushed into release by the studio (primarily Goldcrest films). and other issues relating to making and releasing Revolution. scrippsnews. called Revolution Revisited. guardian.

The movie was written by Richard Price and directed by Harold Becker. . 1989 113 min.879.513 Music by Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Gross revenue Sea of Love is a 1989 thriller film about New York City detective Frank Keller trying to catch a serial killer who finds victims through the singles column in a newspaper. English $110. Ellen Barkin and John Goodman. It stars Al Pacino. It is credited as the film that pulled Pacino out of his slump of film failures that occupied much of the 1980s.''Sea of Love (film)'' 83 Sea of Love (film) Sea of Love Original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Harold Becker Martin Bregman Richard Price Al Pacino Ellen Barkin John Goodman Michael Rooker William Hickey Richard Jenkins Paul Calderon Samuel L Jackson Trevor Jones David Bretherton Universal Studios September 15.

She forgives him. Keller takes Cruger to his place. He changes his mind when Raymond Brown also turns up dead in the same manner as the other two murder victims. He's a married man and admits placing the ad. Cruger is more friendly. Detective Sherman Touhey (John Goodman) suggests they collaborate. a want ad the dead man placed in a newspaper and a perfect set of fingerprints. Keller bumps into her again at a market. Both victims had put rhyming ads in the paper. Keller's boss (John Spencer) thinks it is a bad idea and does not approve the idea.a lipstick-smeared cigarette. rottentomatoes.place their own rhyming ad in the paper. Keller and Cruger reunite. but decides to wipe the glass clean. take any women who respond to a restaurant and take the prints from their drinking glasses. imdb. Terry is accidentally thrown through the window and plunges to his death. One of the women. but this time. Keller and Cruger begin a serious relationship. shot dead while face down naked in his bed while listening to a 45rpm recording of "Sea of Love". but swears on his children's lives that he threw away all the letters and never saw anyone. but the killer is wild and lunges at him. Their relationship proves rocky when Cruger discovers that Keller is a cop. com/ title/ tt0098273/ [2] http:/ / www. the only other man with a rhyming ad. ostensibly to get her fingerprints. just as he had done with his ex-wife's other three boyfriends. Keller has dinner with several women. while Sherman — posing as a waiter — puts their empty glasses into evidence bags. He makes Keller lie on his bed and show him how he made love to Helen.''Sea of Love (film)'' 84 Plot summary New York Police detective Frank Keller (Al Pacino) investigates the murder of a man in Manhattan. Keller has three clues . Keller has a chance to obtain Cruger's fingerprints on a glass. External links • Sea of Love [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Sea of Love [2] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] http:/ / www. He panics when he finds a gun in her purse. A second man dies in the same manner in Queens. Immediate suspicion falls on a vengeful woman who answered his lonely hearts personal advertisement. Keller overpowers Terry and tries to call the police. and they resume their relationship. Cruger's ex-husband Terry (Michael Rooker) breaks into Keller's apartment and threatens him with a gun. Keller has an idea . Helen Cruger (Ellen Barkin) snubs Keller and leaves before she takes a drink. They track down Raymond Brown (Michael O'Neill). com/ m/ sea_of_love/ . In the struggle. but it turns out to be just a starting pistol.

It follows the story of two British friends who spend their time walking about London discussing dog track racing. Cast • Al Pacino . It was filmed and edited during the late 1980s.David External links • The Local Stigmatic [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. The film is 56 minutes long. It was released on DVD as part of "The Al Pacino Box Set" in June 2007.Ray • Joseph Maher . but was never released theatrically.Graham • Paul Guilfoyle .The Local Stigmatic 85 The Local Stigmatic The Local Stigmatic is a short film directed by David Wheeler and produced by and starring Al Pacino. com/ title/ tt0097769/ . imdb. It had a showing at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in March 1990. The Local Stigmatic is based on a stage play by Heathcote Williams.

Dick Tracy by Chester Gould Warren Beatty Al Pacino Madonna Glenne Headly Charlie Korsmo Danny Elfman (score) Stephen Sondheim (songs) Music by Cinematography Vittorio Storaro Editing by Studio Richard Marks Touchstone Pictures Silver Screen Partners IV Mulholland Productions Touchstone Pictures June 15. Jr.726 .738.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' 86 Dick Tracy (1990 film) Dick Tracy Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Based on Starring Warren Beatty Warren Beatty Jim Cash Jack Epps. 1990 105 minutes United States English $101 million [1] Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue $162.

in this case for Tess' kidnapping. Dick Tracy was released in 1990 to mixed reviews. It picked up seven Academy Award nominations and won in three of the categories: Best Original Song. Meanwhile. 87 Plot At an illegal card game. Beneath the faceless figure's mask. Big Boy is back in business. Tracy shows he is only human by allowing her to kiss him. who kisses him and breathes her last breath. Warren Beatty produced. Abandoning his crew. who now calls himself Dick Tracy. Tracy also begins his upbringing of "The Kid". The resultant raids all but wipe out Big Boy's criminal empire. Danny Elfman was hired to compose the film score. He then frees his girlfriend and his name is cleared from the murder of Fletcher. Sprung from jail by his colleagues on New Year's Eve. Tracy leads a seemingly unsuccessful raid on Club Ritz. Desperate to escape. Dick Tracy depicts the detective's love relationships with Breathless Mahoney and Tess Truehart. Enraged. He arrives at a shootout outside Big Boy's club where all of Big Boy's men are gunned down by the police and Tracy himself. Later. Instead of providing testimony. Detective Dick Tracy catches the urchin (who calls himself "Kid") in an act of petty theft. Stooge. he shoots the Blank. and the lawsuit still goes on. despite his growing attraction. Glenne Headly. the Rodent. A figure with no face (known as "The Blank") steps out of the shadows to save Tracy after he is taken prisoner. Tracy is shocked to find Breathless Mahoney. once again in an attempt to seduce him. He kills Lips and steals his girlfriend. but before she can tell Tracy. Tracy falls victim to another trap. which features supporting roles from Al Pacino. Best Makeup and Best Art Direction. She eventually has a change of heart. but he is confronted by both the Blank and Tracy. John Landis. Tracy tries again to get the testimony from Breathless he needs to put Big Boy away. a young street urchin witnesses the massacre of a group of mobsters (Shoulders. A sequel was planned. but was generally a success at the box office and at awards time. Influence. He is drugged by The Blank and framed for the murder of corrupt District Attorney John Fletcher. and takes off with the Kid. Breathless is the only witness. Big Boy ties Tess to the mechanism of a drawbridge. Breathless shows up at Tracy's apartment. and Charlie Korsmo. she unsuccessfully attempts to seduce Tracy. Tess witnesses this and leaves town. Walter Hill. the seductive and sultry singer. together under his leadership. and starred in the film. Tracy sets out to save his true love. Filming was entirely at Universal Studios. Jr. Tracy temporarily adopts him with the help of his girlfriend. whose crime syndicate is aggressively taking over small businesses in the city. and Richard Benjamin before the arrival of Beatty. Tracy goes to the club to arrest Big Boy for Lips' murder. but he. Tracy is interrupted by a robbery in progress. Tracy punches Caprice and sends him falling to his death in the bridge gears. as well as his conflicts with crime boss Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice. . the Brow and Little Face) by Flattop and Itchy. After rescuing him from a ruthless guardian. so a second film has not been produced. including Spud Spaldoni. Madonna. Tess Truehart.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' Dick Tracy is a 1990 American pulp action film based on the 1930s comic strip character of the same name created by Chester Gould. she is kidnapped by The Blank. Big Boy cannot be convicted and he is released from jail. Mumbles and Numbers. Ribs Mocca. and the music was featured on three separate soundtrack albums. too. The project also went through directors Steven Spielberg. After police find the body. but one of his men plants a listening device so the police can hear in on Big Boy's criminal activities. Big Boy's next move is to try to bring other criminals. is framed. Big Boy coerces club owner Lips Manlis into signing over the deed to Club Ritz. Spaldoni refuses and meets an untimely demise that night. Meanwhile. Development of the film started in the early 1980s with Tom Mankiewicz assigned to write the script. but a controversy over the film rights ensued between Beatty and Tribune Media Services. two of the hoods on the payroll of "Big Boy" Caprice. directed. Breathless Mahoney. She agrees to testify only if Tracy agrees to give in to her advances. Pruneface. He resists. in the middle of a marriage proposal to Tess.

Allen Garfield. and Neil Ross provide the voices of each radio announcer. Mutrux and Linson eventually took the property to Paramount Pictures. and brought in Universal Pictures to co-finance. The deal fell through when Chester Gould insisted on strict financial and artistic control. She is also the sole witness to several of Caprice's crimes and is eventually revealed to be The Blank. Green: The police department's stenographer. Jr. In addition. Floyd Mutrux and Art Linson purchased the film rights from the Tribune in 1977. they remain unproven. Although he is involved with numerous criminal activities. Charles Durning as Chief Brandon: The kindly chief of police. who began developing screenplays. as well as marry her. John Schuck. • James Tolkan as Numbers: Caprice's accountant.[3] That same year. Law enforcement • • • • • Dick Van Dyke as District Attorney John Fletcher: A corrupt city official who does the bidding of Caprice. as Tracy has never been able to catch him in the act or find a witness to testify. She tries to convince him to enjoy life. United Artists became interested in financing/distributing Dick Tracy.[2] and. and . • Henry Silva as Influence: Pruneface's sinister top gunman. in 1980.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' 88 Cast Main characters • Warren Beatty as Dick Tracy: Square-jawed detective sporting a yellow overcoat and fedora. Armstrong as Pruneface: A deformed crime boss who becomes one of Caprice's minions. Hamilton Camp appears as a store owner. • Mandy Patinkin as 88 Keys: A piano player at Club Ritz who becomes The Blank's minion. • Ed O'Ross as Itchy: Another Caprice henchman who suffers from an irritating skin condition.. and dies in a car bomb. He falls into the life of both Tracy and Trueheart and becomes an ally. Michael J. At the time. Universal put John Landis forward as a candidate for director. and Charles Fleischer make cameos as reporters. Development Warren Beatty had a concept for a Dick Tracy film in 1975. the film rights were owned by Michael Laughlin. courted Clint Eastwood for the title role. Pollard as Bug Bailey: A surveillance expert. • Charlie Korsmo as The Kid: A scrawny street orphan who survives by eating out of garbage cans. Seymour Cassel and James Keane as Sam Catchem and Pat Patton: Tracey's two closest associates. Kathy Bates as Mrs. who supports Tracy's crusade. His most distinguishing feature is his square. offered Steven Spielberg the director's position. Walker Edmiston. • Madonna as Breathless Mahoney: An entertainer at Club Ritz who is interested in stealing Tracy from his girlfriend. • Glenne Headly as Tess Trueheart: Dick Tracy's girlfriend. Tom Mankiewicz was under negotiations to write the script. He is heavily committed to break the organized crime that infests in the city. John Moschitta. based on his previous success with Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980). • Paul Sorvino: as Lips Manlis: The original owner of Club Ritz and Caprice's original mentor. The mob • Dustin Hoffman as Mumbles: Caprice's fast-talking henchman. • James Caan as Spuds Spaldoni: A crime boss who refuses to submit to Caprice. • Catherine O'Hara as Texie Garcia: A female crime boss who accepts Caprice's dominance. who gave up his option from Tribune Media Services after he was unsuccessful in pitching Dick Tracy to Hollywood studios. • R. flat cranium and matching haircut. • Al Pacino as Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice: The main antagonist and the leading crime boss of the city. which he scorns as a "desk job". G. • William Forsythe as Flattop: Caprice's top hitman. Tracy is in line to become the chief of police.

pursued the part of Breathless Mahoney. but offered to work for scale to avoid any appearance of nepotism."[4] In addition to Beatty and Eastwood.[1] 89 Production Casting Although Al Pacino was Warren Beatty's first choice for the role of Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice. Mulholland Productions. a $40 million box office failure—did not set well with Disney.[2] Sean Young claims she was forced out of the role of Tess Truehart (which eventually went to Glenne Headly) after rebuffing sexual advances from Beatty. like most of the movies that I direct. "It was terrible. When Jeffrey Katzenberg moved from Paramount to the Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group.[6] Hill and Beatty left the film. Beatty decided to option the Dick Tracy rights himself. Cash and Epps continued to rewrite the script. Walter Hill then came on board to direct with Joel Silver as producer.[10] Madonna.[7] but changed his mind."[4] Cash and Epps' simple orders from Landis were to write the script in a 1930s pulp magazine atmosphere and center it with Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice as the primary villain. but the story was paper-thin and it was uncomfortably campy. and Hill approached Warren Beatty for the title role. a deal which Universal refused to accept. and star. The writers wrote two drafts for Landis. "It never occurred to me to direct the movie. as well as Beatty's own production company. "then it went dormant.[5] Landis left Dick Tracy following the controversial on-set accident on Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). but John Landis was interested in Dick Tracy. However. Pre-production had progressed as far as set building. then writer of the Dick Tracy comic strip. "but finally. while Beatty envisioned a stylized homage to the 1930s comic strip. Her resulting paycheck for the film was just $35. and he brought us in to write it.[6] He considered hiring Martin Scorsese to direct the film. other actors who were considered for the lead role included Harrison Ford. The film rights eventually reverted to Tribune Media Services in 1985. and Mel Gibson. director. but the film was stalled when artistic control issues arose with Beatty. when the time comes to do it.[2] The actor also reportedly wanted $5 million plus fifteen percent of the box office gross. It quickly jumped to $30 million[9] and then $47 million as its final production budget."[6] Beatty's reputation for directorial profligacy—notably with the critically acclaimed Reds (1981). a fan of the Dick Tracy comic strip.[4] in which actor Vic Morrow was killed. I just do it because it's easier than going through what I'd have to go through to get somebody else to do it. Dick Tracy resurfaced with Beatty as director. there were several failed scripts at Universal. Beatty and Disney reached a contracted agreement whereby any budget overruns on Dick Tracy would be deducted from Beatty's fee as producer. but Universal was unsatisfied. In a 1989 statement. Max Allan Collins. resulting in a total of $101 million spent overall.[8] Beatty and regular collaborator Bo Goldman significantly rewrote the dialogue but lost a Writers Guild arbitration and did not receive screen credit. to write the screenplay. "I made a mistake casting Sean Young in the part and I felt very badly about it. Cash and Epps wrote another draft. remembers reading one of them.000.[6] Hill wanted to make the film violent and realistic. producer and leading man.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' commissioned Jim Cash and Jack Epps.[6] As a result."[11] . which Paramount began developing as a lower-budget project with Richard Benjamin directing. The only positive thing about it was a thirties setting and lots of great villains.[2] Disney greenlighted Dick Tracy in 1988 under the condition that Warren Beatty keep the production budget within $25 million." Beatty admitted. "Before we were brought on. Tom Selleck. Beatty said. Epps read every Dick Tracy comic strip from 1930 to 1957. Richard Gere. Robert De Niro was under consideration." reflected Epps. Jr. along with the Cash/Epps script.[2] which began to rise once filming started. Disney spent an additional $54 million on the marketing campaign. who was then in a relationship with Beatty. For research. The financing for Dick Tracy came from Disney's Touchstone Pictures and Silver Screen Partners.

and Doug Drexler. so what we tried to do is never move the camera at all. cinematographer Vittorio Storaro.[15] For Storaro. For a brief sequence in which The Kid dashes in front of a speeding locomotive." "More. Other influences came from the Art Deco movement and German Expressionism. "In a completely different way." Elfman commented. only 150-foot (46 m) feet of real track was laid. but production designer Richard Sylbert believed Dick Tracy would work better using sound stages and backlots[13] at Universal Studios in Universal City.[13] Caglione and Drexler were recommended for the prosthetic makeup designs by Canonero. Principal photography for Dick Tracy ended in May 1989. Elfman enlisted the help of Oingo Boingo lead guitarist Steve Bartek and Shirley Walker to arrange compositions for the orchestra. prosthetic makeup designers John Caglione. Beatty hired acclaimed songwriter Stephen Sondheim to write five original songs: "Sooner or Later. and if they do. green.[17] Music "Directors don't know anything about music really. in saturation. The studio rejected his manuscript: "I wound up doing an eleventh hour rewrite that was more faithful to the screenplay. ignoring the rather overweight character of the strip.61 m) scale model. Beatty. The rogues gallery makeup designs were directly taken from Gould's drawings. the limited color palette was the most challenging aspect of production. it's not necessarily a help. Warren Beatty decided to make the film using a palette limited to just seven colors. Their main intention was to stay close to Chester Gould's original drawings from the 1930s. Jr.[12] Design Early in the development of Dick Tracy. blue and yellow—to evoke the film's comic strip origins. We started having much more success when we started talking on a strictly gut level. furthermore each of the colors was to be exactly the same shade. visual effects supervisors Michael Lloyd and Harrison Ellenshaw. the train itself was a 2-foot (0.[12] Other filming took place at Warner Bros. Comic strip art is usually done with very simple and primitive ideas and emotions. which solved the plot hole concerns. Ellenshaw and Lloyd executed over 57 paintings on glass. It gives an incredible sense of non-reality. even while I made it much more consistent with the strip.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' 90 Filming Principal photography for Dick Tracy began on February 2. California." Storaro theorized.[13] His makeup took 3. "Dick Tracy has this unique quality that Batman had for me." [18] — Danny Elfman Warren Beatty hired Danny Elfman to compose/write the film score based on his previous success with Batman (1989). communicating on a musical level was getting us nowhere because it is all so interpretive. with whom they had worked on The Cotton Club (1984).5 hours to apply. Try to make everything work into the frame. some of Collins' dialogue was also incorporated into the film. Illinois. and costume designer Milena Canonero." he noted.[12] As filming continued. but accepted based on Beatty's insistence to incorporate some of Collins' writing into the shooting script. who improvised his own designs. being a perfectionist. Never. Studios in Burbank.[14] In total. but when he and I started on Dick Tracy. "These are not the kind of colors the audience is used to seeing. often encompassed dozens of takes of every scene.[16] with the exception of Al Pacino (Big Boy Caprice). set decorator Rick Simpson." Collins continued."[5] For the matte paintings."[19] In addition. "One of the elements is that the story is usually told in vignette. "These are much more dramatic in strength. Disney and Max Allan Collins conflicted over the novelization. 1989." "Back in Business."[12] Disney did not like this version either. Through post-production dubbing. Beatty's design team included production designer Richard Sylbert. Warren Beatty is a pianist and knows much more about music than almost any director.[12] The filmmakers considered shooting the film on-location in Chicago. which were then optically combined with the live action. primarily red. and the surrounding train yard a matte painting. "and fixed as many plot holes as I could. 53 interior and 25 exterior sets were constructed." "Live .

"Sooner or Later" and "More" were performed by Madonna. market and promote. Playmates Toys manufactured a line of 14 Dick Tracy figures. with "What Can You Lose?" being a duet with Mandy Patinkin." In attempting to market Dick Tracy to young children. In total. Dick Tracy had made an additional $60.61 million in rental figures."[23] Max Allan Collins lobbied to write the film's novelization long before Disney had even greenlighted Dick Tracy in 1988." Beatty said.[21] Reruns of The Dick Tracy Show began airing to coincide with the release of the film. That began the era of sound effects over music. but stations in Los Angeles and New York pulled and edited the episodes when Asian and Hispanic groups protested that the characters Joe Jitsu and Go Go Gomez were offensive stereotypes.[2] The film was released in the United States in 2. published by Bantam Books.332 theaters on June 15. Disney had already featured Dick Tracy in musical theatre stage shows in both Disneyland and the Walt Disney World Resort.74 million. "I find the media's obsession with promotion and demographics upsetting. was expecting the film's earnings to match Batman (1989).[30] Although Disney was impressed by the opening weekend gross. coming to a worldwide total of $162.[24] It sold almost one million copies prior to the film's release.[32] . written and illustrated by Kyle Baker. in particular. Disney added a new Roger Rabbit cartoon short (Roller Coaster Rabbit) and made two specific television advertisements centered on The Kid (Charlie Korsmo). [2] [22] Disney commissioned 28 TV advertisements. Film music as an art took a deep plunge when Dolby stereo hit. "We made demands on our time.[5] leading to seven different printings of the novelization.[20] By 1997. Stereo has the capacity to make orchestral music sound big and beautiful and more expansive. After much conflict with Disney. The New York Times also wrote in June 1990 of Disney Stores "selling nothing but Tracy-related merchandise." Collins explained.[31] Disney.[20] studio chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg expressed disappointment.[20] the book was released in May 1990.[29] and number twelve in worldwide totals.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' Alone and Like It. using Stephen Sondheim and Danny Elfman's music."[18] 91 Marketing Disney modeled its marketing campaign after the 1989 success of Batman. earning $22. "I hated the idea that anyone else would write a Tracy novel." Katzenberg reported.54 million in its in opening weekend. It was Madonna's idea to include the film as part of her Blond Ambition World Tour. "I find all this anti-cultural. may not have been worth it. talent and treasury that. upon reflection.[21] In a December 1990 interview with The New York Times.[20] Dick Tracy is also the first film to use digital audio.[20] A graphic novel adaptation of the film was also released.[29] Dick Tracy eventually grossed $103. This included a McDonald's tie and a Warren Beatty interview conducted by Barbara Walters on 20/20.[28] This was the third-highest opening weekend of 1990. "I detest contemporary scoring and dubbing in cinema. Florida. but it also can make sound effects sound four times as big." and "What Can You Lose?". 1990.[2] Prior to the June 1990 theatrical release. Mel Tormé sang "Live Alone and Like It" as a disembodied voice-over.[25] [26] [27] Reception Release Dick Tracy had its premiere at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando.74 million in US totals and $59 million elsewhere.[28] Dick Tracy was also the ninth-highest grossing film of America in 1990. Elfman criticized the growing tendency to use digital technology for sound design and dubbing purposes. which was based on high concept promotion. He suggested that Dick Tracy had cost about $100 million in total to produce.

"Dick Tracy is an honest effort but finally a bit of a folly.[39] Storaro was also honored for his work by both the American Society [40] [41] of Cinematographers and British Society of Cinematographers. but it ultimately struggles to rise above its two-dimensional artificiality. and the film in general. both the prosthetic makeup and characterization of the rogues gallery. and Doug Drexler won Best Makeup.[44] Film score composer Danny Elfman and Sondheim ("More") received individual nominations at the Grammy Awards. Pacino. a blond bombshell.[36] In his heavily negative review for The Washington Post. while John Caglione. Though the film is a visual knockout. Collins also enjoyed Beatty's performance." Gleiberman concluded.[45] .''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' 92 Critical analysis Based on 38 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes. all of the technical wizardry that money can buy.[37] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone magazine cited that Warren Beatty. some great Stephen Sondheim songs."[33] Roger Ebert believed Warren Beatty created a perfect tone of nostalgia for the film. Caglione and Drexler at the 44th British Academy Film Awards. Pacino and Sondheim (for both "Sooner of Later and "What Can You Lose") were nominated for their work.[34] Vincent Canby of The New York Times reviewed: "Dick Tracy has just about everything required of an extravaganza: a smashing cast. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts gave awards to Sylbert. Canonero was also nominated once more for her costume design. as well as the Stephen Sondheim music. at 52 years old. and the sound designers (Sound). which Madonna sang live at the awards ceremony. He praised Beatty for hiring an elaborate design team and his decision to mimic the strip's limited color palette. while Warren Beatty (Best Actor). he believed the filmmakers still sacrificed the storyline in favor of the visual design." Although Max Allan Collins (then a Dick Tracy comic-strip writer) had conflicts with Disney concerning the novelization. and a screenplay that observes the fine line separating true comedy from lesser camp. 65% of the critics enjoyed Dick Tracy. Cagilione and Drexler ended up winning Best Make-up." he wrote. Canonero. The consensus reads: "Dick Tracy is stylish. "But Batman possesses something else: a psychological depth that gives the audience a stake in the characters. editor Richard Marks. Stephen Sondheim was also awarded with Best Original Song for "Sooner or Later". while Dick Tracy lost the Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) to Green Card (1990)[43] and the Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film to Ghost (1990). Madonna (Best Actress). but was impressed by Madonna's performance. was too old for the part. He also found similarities with Batman (1989). with three Oscars. Jr.[42] At the 48th Golden Globe Awards."[35] Owen Gleiberman from Entertainment Weekly gave a mixed review. unique. However. It could have used a little less color and a little more flesh and blood. art direction and prosthetic makeup design. a grotesque villain. Vittorio Storaro (Cinematography). "Dick Tracy is one of the most original and visionary fantasies I've seen on a screen. Ebert mostly praised the matte paintings. Dick Tracy." he stated. in which both films involve "a loner hero. production designer Richard Sylbert and set decorator Rick Simpson won Best Art Direction. Tracy sticks to its eye-poppingly brilliant surface. Pacino (Supporting Actor)." Travers continued. he gave a positive review for the finished film. it's [38] emotionally impoverished. Nominations included Al Pacino for Best Supporting Actor. and Charlie Korsmo (Performance by a Younger Actor) received nominations. a marketable pop soundtrack and a no-mercy merchandising campaign. Milena Canonero (Costume Design). Desson Thomson criticized Disney's hyped marketing campaign. "Dick Tracy is Hollywood's annual celebration of everything that's wrong with Hollywood. followed by The Dark Knight (2008) with two.[21] Accolades At the 63rd Academy Awards. and an undeniable technical triumph. and both the sound design and visual effects departments received nominations. is the comic book film with the most wins.

a August 2005 ruling by federal judge Dean D. alleging that they were owed profit participation from the film.[46] However. who commented he had "a very good idea"[48] for a sequel. "The Tribune is a big. in 2002. culminating in an attempt to bomb a weapons plant. the Tribune attempted to reclaim the rights and notified Disney — but not through the process outlined in the 1985 agreement."[48] The Tribune believed the situation would be settled quickly[50] and was confident enough to begin developing a Dick Tracy live action television series with Lorenzo di Bonaventura. Beatty's lawyer. Sequel and legal issues Disney had hoped Dick Tracy would carry a vein similar to the Indiana Jones franchise. As of 2010. but the company said they had met the conditions to get back the rights. there have been sequels in novel form. Max Allan Collins wrote Dick Tracy Goes To War. Shortly after the release of the 1990 film. working for their Military Intelligence Division (as he did in the comic strip). The story is set after the opening of World War II and involves Dick Tracy's enlistment into the U.[1] In addition.[52] The legal battle between Beatty and the Tribune continued to ensue.''Dick Tracy (1990 film)'' 93 Home media release The film was first released on VHS in 1990. themselves. including at least ten extra minutes of footage.[46] Disney. For their activities. powerful company and they think they can just run roughshod over people.[47] Beatty." he stated. Navy. and Di Bonaventura commented that if the TV show was successful. and Shakey. they recruit B. comparable to Smallville."[53] While there has not been any sequels in either television or motion picture form. Their reign of terror. California Superior Court seeking $30 million in damages against the Tribune and a declaration over the rights. said the original 1985 agreement with the Tribune was negotiated specifically to allow Beatty a chance to make another Dick Tracy film.[49] The April 2006 hearing ended without a ruling. In the story. Bertram Fields.S. rejected Tribune's claim and gave Beatty back most of the rights in May 2005. believed the Tribune violated various notification procedures that "clouded the title"[48] to the rights and made it "commercially impossible" for him to produce a sequel.[49] That same month. in which Dick Tracy finally follows through in his marriage proposal to Tess Trueheart. Tribune's request to end the suit in their favor was rejected. Beatty's conduct and wrongful claims have effectively locked away certain motion picture and television rights to the Dick Tracy property. ." lawyers for Tribune wrote in a [53] Fields responded that it was "a nuisance lawsuit by a bankrupt company and they should be ashamed of filing. "Mr.[51] but in July 2006. "It was very carefully done and they just ignored it.[53] By March 2009. a Los Angeles judge ruled that the case can go to trial. Nazi sabotouers Black Pearl and Mrs. Collins wrote a third novel entitled Dick Tracy Meets His Match. Rumors circulated over the web shortly after the US DVD release that Warren Beatty had planned to release a director's cut under Disney's "Vista Series" label. Beatty filed a lawsuit in the Los Angeles. 2002. According to Beatty. and without any special features. The Mole.[21] Beatty purchased the Dick Tracy film and television rights in 1985 from Tribune Media Services. the Tribune was in Chapter 11 bankruptcy and lawyers for the company began to declare their ownership of television and film rights to Dick Tracy. it is unknown whether or not the film will get a special edition.B. A year after "War" was released. a feature film would likely follow. but the studio expressed box office disappointment and halted their plans. Robert Newmyer and Outlaw Productions. Pregerson cleared the way for Beatty to sue the Tribune. who optioned the rights in 1988. which had no intention of producing a sequel. let alone a Blu-ray release. Eyes. is averted by Tracy. They picked the wrong guy. The TV show was to have a contemporary setting.[48] He approached the Tribune in 2004 to settle the situation.[46] He then took the property to the Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group. and was first released on DVD in Europe in 2000. Pruneface (Pruneface's widow) set up a sabotage/espionage operation out of Caprice's old headquarters in the Club Ritz. but domestic release in the US was delayed until April 2. executive producers Art Linson and Floyd Mutrux sued Beatty shortly after the release of the film.

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766.''The Godfather Part III'' 96 The Godfather Part III The Godfather Part III Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Francis Ford Coppola Francis Ford Coppola Mario Puzo Francis Ford Coppola Al Pacino Andy García Diane Keaton Talia Shire Sofia Coppola Eli Wallach George Hamilton Joe Mantegna Carmine Coppola Theme: Nino Rota Music by Cinematography Gordon Willis Editing by Barry Malkin Lisa Fruchtman Walter Murch American Zoetrope Paramount Pictures December 14. 1990 170 minutes United States English US$54 million $136.062 [1] Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue .

an elderly New York Mafia boss and old friend of the Corleones (as well as Connie's godfather). He now makes a tender offer to buy the Vatican's 25% interest in the company. Diane Keaton. who he met at the party. and realizes that Altobello supported Zasa in carrying out the hit. At a ceremony in St. Bridget Fonda. At a party following the ceremony. However. Part III has received mixed reviews and receptions. leaving the Corleone family's criminal interests in the hands of former enforcer Joey Zasa.. but Michael disagrees. Anthony tells his father that he is going to drop out of law school to pursue a career as an opera singer. Two men armed with knives break in and try to kill him. The film stars Al Pacino. gets nothing. Knowing that Archbishop Gilday. the illegitimate son of Michael's late brother Sonny. an international real estate holding company known as "the world's biggest landlord". George Hamilton. . Meanwhile. Talia Shire. Plot In 1979. and Andy García. Sebastian. That night Vincent has a one-night stand with a journalist named Grace Hamilton. In Michael's study. a helicopter hovers outside the conference room and sprays it with submachine gun fire. the Vito Corleone Foundation.766. soon visits Michael. and Part III is the epilogue. telling him that his old partners on the Commission want in on the Immobiliare deal. Michael and Kay have been divorced since 1959. to control six of the 13 members of the company's board of directors. Michael is told that those mob bosses who escaped the massacre quickly made deals with Zasa.''The Godfather Part III'' Preceded by The Godfather Part II 97 The Godfather Part III is a 1990 American gangster film written by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola. but Michael. and Sofia Coppola. Altobello follows close behind. Vincent. Meanwhile. but ultimately agrees to take Vincent under his wing. Michael busies himself with the biggest deal of his career: he has recently bought up enough stock in Immobiliare. escape. Patrick's Old Cathedral Michael is named a Commander of the Order of St. and features Eli Wallach. He has since returned to New York City. he offers to pay $600. Back at his penthouse in New York. Anthony and Mary. wishing that his son would either finish law school or join the family business but Anthony refuses. He is embroiled in a feud with Zasa. and declares that Michael is his enemy and storms out. Most of the other mob bosses are killed. however. a Mafia kingpin who tries to legitimize his criminal empire. who serves as head of the Vatican Bank. By now. A meeting is arranged. Michael eventually acquiesces to Anthony's wishes. As he considers how to respond to the situation. Joe Mantegna. has run up a massive deficit. a discussion between the two men erupts into a fight. where he is using his tremendous wealth and power to restore his reputation via numerous acts of charity. It completes the story of Michael Corleone. which will give him majority control. Al Neri. including ordering the murder of his brother Fredo.[2] [3] Michael Corleone is nearing 60 and wracked with guilt for his ruthless rise to power. Coppola and Puzo originally wanted the title to be The Death of Michael Corleone. Coppola states that The Godfather series is in fact two films. Don Altobello. in which Vincent bites Zasa in the ear. Zasa. and learns that Zasa is the one who sent them. he has mostly retired from the Mafia. In an attempt to break with the past. who directed. and Michael's bodyguard. Michael and Kay have an uneasy reunion. Vincent has a gun and quickly gains the upper hand. Paramount Pictures would not accept that title. but Michael refuses. and Michael gave her custody of their children. Vincent wants to kill Zasa.000 to the Bank in exchange for the shares. but nevertheless grossed $136. Kay supports his choice. Minutes later. Michael scolds Vincent for losing his temper. Michael creates a charity.000. Vincent Mancini. he suffers a diabetic stroke and is hospitalized. and Michael appeases most of the Mafia bosses with payoffs from the sale of his Las Vegas holdings. The movie also weaves into its plot a fictionalized account of real-life events—the 1978 death of Pope John Paul I and the Papal banking scandal of 1981-1982—and links them with each other and with the affairs of Michael Corleone. who has involved the Corleone family in major drug trafficking and turned Little Italy into a slum. shows up at the party.062 and was nominated for seven Academy Awards.

Even as Michael and Vincent's men wipe out the plotters. 98 . Altobello supports the idea of Vincent switching his allegiance. Neri and Connie give Vincent permission to act. Touring Sicily with Kay. who smother him with a pillow and hang him from a bridge to make his death look like a suicide. make their move. who has arrived for Anthony’s operatic debut. making Vincent the new Don of the Corleone family. because Vincent's involvement in the family's criminal dealings puts her life in jeopardy. The family travels to Palermo to see Anthony perform the lead in Pietro Mascagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana". As Mosca is wrestled to the ground by a group of real priests. where he hires Mosca. He dies a silent death as Connie watches sadly from her box. Michael asks for her forgiveness. a powerful Italian political figure. however. Vincent kills him with a single shot. and visits Cardinal Lamberto. claiming to bear a message from Michael. Mary is confronting her father about the forced break-up with Vincent. Cardinal Lamberto is elected Pope John Paul I. During a street festival hosted by Zasa's Italian American civil rights group. • Finally. and Mosca kills him. The scene dissolves to a short montage of Michael's memories. Vincent tells Michael that he has learned from Altobello of Mosca's plot on his life. also attending the opera. to assassinate Michael. Michael cradles Mary's body in his arms and screams in agony. The new Pope's intentions come as a death knell to the plot against the ratification of the Immobiliare deal. composed of scenes with Mary. The killings are too late to save the Pope. Mosca.''The Godfather Part III'' As Michael recuperates in the hospital. Apollonia. and Michael relents. As he pretends to whisper the message to Lucchesi. They stay at the villa of Corleone family friend Don Tommasino. Michael also insists that Vincent end his relationship with Mary. Michael realizes that the Immobiliare deal was a conspiracy by Lucchesi. In exchange. killing three of Vincent's men and preparing to shoot his target from a box. Meanwhile. Vincent agrees to put an end to his relationship with Mary. The family takes a vacation to Sicily in preparation for Anthony's operatic debut in Palermo. Kay and his first wife. Calo stabs him in the throat with his own glasses. Vincent wants to strike back. the man favored to become the next Pope. one bullet wounding Michael and the other accidentally killing Mary. where he shoots Archbishop Gilday. Tommasino refuses. Vincent's men gun down Zasa's bodyguards and Zasa himself. and Vatican accountant Frederick Keinszig to swindle him out of his money. however insists on revenge. in which he tearfully admits to ordering Fredo's murder. to speak about the deal. prompting frantic attempts by the plotters to cover their own tracks. After the death of Pope Paul VI. Shortly after the meeting between Vincent and Lucchesi. Mosca fires his handgun twice. eats poisoned cannoli that his goddaughter Connie gives him. disguised as priests. Lamberto convinces Michael to make his first confession in 30 years. Michael tells Vincent to speak with Altobello and falsely tell him that he is planning to leave the Corleone family. The assassin retreats to the opera house façade's staircase and tries to shoot Michael there. Michael receives word that Tommasino is dead. At the same moment. A few days later. Vincent begins a romantic relationship with Mary. Calo (Tommasino's former bodyguard) meets with Don Lucchesi at his office. the Pope drinks poisoned tea provided to him by Archbishop Gilday and soon dies in his bed. and introduces him to Don Licio Lucchesi. Mosca and his son Lupe. attempting to hijack Don Tommasino and force him to allow them entry to his villa. Vincent. which means that the Immobiliare deal will likely be ratified. descends upon the opera house during Anthony's performance. and also plots revenge against Zasa. • Don Altobello. • Al Neri travels to the Vatican. Archbishop Gilday. but the opera ends before he has the chance to pull the trigger. he berates Vincent for his rashness. Vincent exacts his revenge: • Frederick Keinszig is abducted by Vincent's men. a veteran hitman. still disguised as a priest and armed with a sniper rifle. As they both admit that they still love each other. but Michael cautions him. Altobello travels to the small village of Montelepre. When Michael discovers this.

Harrison Joey Zasa Al Neri Grace Hamilton Cardinal Lamberto Actor Al Pacino Andy García Diane Keaton Talia Shire Sofia Coppola Eli Wallach George Hamilton Joe Mantegna Richard Bright Bridget Fonda Raf Vallone Anthony Vito Corleone Franc D'Ambrosio Archbishop Gilday Frederick Keinszig Dominic Abbandando Father Andrew Hagan Mosca Don Tommasino Don Licio Lucchesi Johnny Fontane Donal Donnelly Helmut Berger Don Novello John Savage Mario Donatone Vittorio Duse Enzo Robutti Al Martino Script and casting According to an article in Premiere. J. It was only his perilous financial status. He slumps over in his chair. lacking a holiday movie. Robert Duvall refused to take part unless he was paid a salary comparable to Pacino. collapses to the ground. had Duvall agreed to take part in the film. the movie feels incomplete "without [Robert] Duvall's participation. Harrison. the Hagen character would have been heavily involved in running the Corleone charities. When Duvall dropped out. According to Coppola's audio commentary on the film in The Godfather DVD Collection. Al Pacino. J. ." According to Coppola. Coppola rewrote the screenplay to portray Tom Hagen as having died before the story begins. and Talia Shire reprise their roles from the first two films. a release date of Christmas Day 1990. Coppola and Puzo requested six months to complete a first draft of the script with a release date of Easter 1991. The director further states that. to him. seated alone in the front yard of his Sicilian villa. and dies. played by George Hamilton. Diane Keaton. Coppola felt that the first two films had told the complete Corleone saga. after the failure of a big-budget movie. On an episode of Inside the Actor's Studio.''The Godfather Part III'' The film ends with Michael as an old man. to replace the Hagen character in the story. Coppola created the character B. 99 Cast Character Michael Corleone Vincent Mancini Kay Adams-Corleone Connie Corleone Mary Corleone Don Altobello B. Paramount agreed to give them six weeks for the script and. Duvall said he understood that Pacino was the star but felt insulted by the difference in their salaries. that compelled him to take up Paramount's long-standing offer to make a third installment.

who he felt wasn’t miscast. as well as the storyline being too based on continuity. Winona Ryder dropped out of the film at the last minute (supposedly due to illness. In his review. as a small immigrant child in the scene where the nine-year-old Vito Corleone arrives by steamer at Ellis Island. Siskel did admit that the ending was the film's weakest part. uncle and granddaughter. Coppola cast Catherine Scorsese. but Coppola felt she was too old for the part. however. is also a distant Coppola relative. also defended the casting of Sofia Coppola. Other Coppola relatives with cameos in the film included his mother. the plot being too outlandish and convoluted. Coppola says he felt that Michael had not really "paid for his sins" committed in the second film. asserting. Rebecca Schaeffer was set to audition. In addition. Sofia Coppola had played Michael Corleone's infant nephew in The Godfather.[5] Coppola says that he felt The Godfather saga was essentially Michael's story. from the same town as Francis Ford Coppola's great-grandmother. for a small part. a naval officer working for the CIA. and the Corleone family's involvement with a plot to assassinate a Central American dictator. who plays the son of the assassin Mosca." something he finds ironic in light of the film's denouement when the Mary character pays the ultimate price for her father's sins. which indicates "mixed or average reviews". the film received a generally positive response with a 66 percent "fresh" rating. the film received an average score of 60. mother of Martin Scorsese. Anthony. Her much-criticized performance resulted in her father being accused of nepotism. This script centered around Michael Corleone's son. rather than just a "stand alone" story.[6] At Metacritic. Julia Roberts was originally cast as Mary. which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics. the experienced and talented young actress. Coppola completely re-wrote the script. Gene Siskel. 100 Reception At Rotten Tomatoes. Madonna wanted to play the role.” but the casting of Sofia Coppola was an “almost-fatal flaw. father (who wrote and conducted much of the music in the film). but one scene from the film — in which two men break into Vincent's house — exists in the Riesner draft and is nearly unchanged. "beginning with an article in Vanity Fair." were "using [my] daughter to attack me. a charge Coppola bitterly refutes in the commentary track. stating. In keeping with this theme. Roger Ebert stated that it's "not even possible to understand this film without knowing the first two. Gia.” Ebert's colleague." as the writer/director puts it on the same commentary track referenced above. based on 19 reviews. in his opinion.''The Godfather Part III'' The first draft of a script had been written by Dean Riesner in 1979. during the climactic baptism/murder montage at the end of that film. but she was murdered. write a very enthusiastic review. A certain up-front vulnerability and simplicity that I think are appropriate and right for the role. based on a story by Mario Puzo. Ultimately Sofia Coppola. Talia Shire (making her both Mary and Sofia's aunt). was given the role of Michael Corleone's daughter. that critics. one about how "a good man becomes evil. Michele Russo.[7] The Godfather Part III is almost unanimously considered to be the weakest of the three Godfather films. who was originally set to play this role. But I think Sofia Coppola brings a quality of her own to Mary Corleone. citing Al Pacino's makeup as very poor. and wanted this final chapter to demonstrate that.[8] [9] Common criticisms include Sofia Coppola's acting. the director's daughter." Ebert did.) The character of Michael's sister Connie is played by Francis Ford Coppola's sister.[4] Almost none of the elements of this early script carried over to the final film. awarding [10] He the film three-and-a-half stars. which is a higher rating than what he gave The Godfather Part II (three-stars). “There is no way to predict what kind of performance Francis Ford Coppola might have obtained from Winona Ryder. also highly praised the film and placed it on his list of the ten best films of 1990 (#10). Leonard Maltin stated in his movie guide that the film is “masterfully told. As an infant. (Sofia Coppola also appeared in The Godfather Part II. but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. though other reports state that she was committed to Edward Scissorhands).” .

.[13] Yallop also names as a suspect Archbishop Paul Marcinkus. Best Film Editing. ISBN 978-0571190119.[16] On the audio commentary of the DVD. 249. who becomes John Paul I. p. received an Oscar and Golden Globe nomination for Best Song. the official police bodyguard while Michael meets the Don in Sicily. .''The Godfather Part III'' 101 Awards The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Andy Garcia). but did not win. The thick-rimmed glasses. p. Like the character Cardinal Lamberto. However. Journalist David Yallop argues that Luciani was planning a reform of Vatican finances and that he died by poisoning.[17] Also. Best Music. whether it was a case of suicide or." Courts in Italy have recently ruled the latter. and the very short Papacy of John Paul I in 1978. Song (for Carmine Coppola and John Bettis for "Promise Me You'll Remember") and Best Picture. and a single quote at the end of the movie are supposedly clues that Don Lucchesi is (at least partly) based on Giulio Andreotti. Gilday is a mild Irishman. boxofficemojo. . Retrieved 2010-03-04. Raspberry Awards for both Worst Supporting Actress and Worst New Star. [5] "The Godfather Part III (1979 script). Jr. Best Director. htm). 154. Peter (1997). pdf) (PDF). com/ script/ Godfather_PartIII(3-12-79). the film's love theme. [2] Cowie. as the Italian idiom has it. Retrieved 2010-03-04. com/ movies/ ?id=godfather3. It is the only film in the trilogy not to win the Academy Award for Best Picture or any other Academy Award for that matter. Harlan (2005). as well as the only film in the trilogy not selected for preservation by the National Film Registry. Soundtrack The film's soundtrack received a Golden Globe nomination for best score. The character has also drawn comparisons to Cardinal Giuseppe Caprio. . while Marcinkus was noted for his muscular physique and Chicago origins. Fireside. Faber and Faber. "being suicided.[11] It is the only film in the series not to have Al Pacino nominated for Best Actor. ISBN 978-0743287777. as he was in charge of the Vatican finances during the approximate period of which the movie was based. and the collapse of the Banco Ambrosiano in 1982. Francis Ford Coppola states that the character of Don Licio Lucchesi would be very recognizable for Italian citizens. pdf) (PDF). awesomefilm. the Italian head of the Banco Ambrosiano who was found hanging under Blackfriars Bridge in London in 1982 (it was unclear. "Promise Me You'll Remember" sung by Harry Connick. com/ script/ Godfather_PartIII(3-12-79). these claims are reflected in the film. who was the head of the Vatican bank. [3] Lebo. Best Cinematography. Retrieved 2010-03-04. the girl friend of Flavio Carbone who was indicted as one of Roberto Calvi's murderers in 2005. . [12] Sofia Coppola won two Golden Historical background Parts of the film are very loosely based on real historical events concerning the ending of the Papacy of Paul VI. Albino Luciani.)[15] The name "Keinszig" is taken from Manuela Kleinszig. mirrors the fate (and physical appearance) of Roberto Calvi. like the character Archbishop Gilday in the film. although widely accepted that the deaths were performed in the Masonic style. [4] "The Godfather Part III (1979 script)" (http:/ / www. Best Art Direction-Set Decoration. References Notes [1] "The Godfather Part III (1990)" (http:/ / www. reigned for only a very short time before being found dead in his bed. the Swiss banker who is murdered and left hanging under a bridge. the historical John Paul I. The film was also nominated for seven Golden Globes. Box Office Mojo. The Godfather Book. awesomefilm.[14] The character of Frederick Keinszig. The Godfather Legacy. pp 53-57" (http:/ / www.

but They Try to Pull You Back In By Michiko Kakutani. Retrieved 2010-03-04.com/title/title. metacritic. Published: November 12. John Whalen.. ISBN 9041109080. September. 1996. By Jonathan Vankin.com/work/20079) at Allmovie The Godfather Part III (http://www. 9789041109088 [17] Retrieved March 2009 The Godfather: Part III (1990) Soundtrack (http:/ / www.com/movies/?id=godfather3. oscars. God's Banker: The Life and Death of Roberto Calvi. included in The Godfather DVD Collection External links • • • • • • The Godfather Part III (http://www. html?scp=2& sq=Godfather III Coppola Michael's story& st=cse) [10] Ebert’s review (http:/ / rogerebert. By Jonathan Vankin. dll/ article?AID=/ 19901225/ REVIEWS/ 12250303/ 1023). coverups. Original from the University of California [16] Civil Liability for Pure Economic Loss: Proceedings of the Annual International Colloquium of the United Kingdom National. goldenglobes. [12] The Godfather Part III.allmovie. United Kingdom National Committee of Comparative Law. and cabals. Banakas. 286-289.boxofficemojo.jsp?stid=76549) at the TCM Movie Database The Godfather Part III (http://www.highmovies. com/ movie/ 20079/ The-Godfather-Part-III/ overview) Retrieved March 2009. By Efstathios K. 2010. rottentomatoes.htm) at Box Office Mojo The Godfather Part III (http://www.com/m/godfather_part_iii/) at Rotten Tomatoes The Godfather Part III (http://www. 7 Nomination(s) | 0 Win(s) | 1991 (http:/ / www. [13] The 80 greatest conspiracies of all time: history's biggest mysteries. and cabals. 2004.rottentomatoes. [7] The Godfather: Part III Reviews (http:/ / www. Published by Citadel Press. [8] New York Times (http:/ / movies. org/ search?q=Godfather+ III& btnG=GO& site=Oscars_org& client=oscars_org& output=xml_no_dtd& proxystylesheet=oscars_org). Victor Gollancz Ltd. com/ 2004/ 11/ 12/ books/ 12book. The Godfather Part III (1990) [9] You Think You're Out. imdb. [11] "Academy Awards.com/the-godfather-part-iii) at Movie Database . Item notes: v. Published by The Economist Newspaper Ltd. org/ browse/ film/ 25284). ISBN 0806525312. Retrieved March 2009" (http:/ / search. Banakas. 1843. 9780806525310 page 172-174 [14] The 80 greatest conspiracies of all time: history's biggest mysteries.com/title/tt0099674/) at the Internet Movie Database The Godfather Part III (http://tcmdb. com/ apps/ pbcs.''The Godfather Part III'' [6] Rotten Tomatoes (http:/ / uk. Committee of Comparative Law Held in Norwich. Search. . 9780806525310 page 178-179 [15] The Economist. 2004 (http:/ / www. 1987 • Director's Commentary track on The Godfather Part III DVD by Francis Ford Coppola. com/ title/ tt0099674/ ) 102 Bibliography • Rupert Cornwell. 1984. nytimes. Corgi. Published by Citadel Press. Published by Kluwer Law International. com/ m/ godfather_part_iii/ ). Metacritic.org. coverups. John Whalen. 2004. In God's Name: An Investigation into the Murder of Pope John Paul I. • David Yallop.imdb. Retrieved April 30. ISBN 0806525312. nytimes. Contributor Efstathios K.oscars. com/ video/ titles/ godfatherpart3). 1994. suntimes. Retrieved 2010-06-29.

Nathan Lane and Kate Nelligan appeared in supporting roles. 1991 118 minutes United States English $22. which featured Kenneth Welsh and Kathy Bates. and the entire drama took place in one apartment. The original score was composed by Marvin Hamlisch. The most notable alteration in the film was the addition of several supporting characters and various locations. only the two eponymous characters appeared onstage. which tells the story of a woman who finds her man making love to another woman and shoots him dead.535 (United States) [1] Frankie and Johnny is a 1991 American film directed by Garry Marshall.[3] . in the original play. [2] The title is a reference to the traditional American popular song 'Frankie and Johnny'.''Frankie and Johnny (1991 film)'' 103 Frankie and Johnny (1991 film) Frankie and Johnny Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Garry Marshall Garry Marshall Terrence McNally Al Pacino Michelle Pfeiffer Hector Elizondo Nathan Lane Marvin Hamlisch Music by Cinematography Dante Spinotti Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue Paramount Pictures October 11. Hector Elizondo. and starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer in their first film together since Scarface (1983). first published in 1904.773. The screenplay for Frankie and Johnny was adapted by Terrence McNally from his own off-Broadway play Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (1987).

Mr. he is hired as a short-order cook by a gruff New York diner owner. most notably the Happy Days franchise. She eventually reveals that her mistrust of men stems from traumatic experiences in her past and Johnny tries to get her to let him in. Frankie and Johnny has been reshaped into foolproof schmaltz. Also working at the diner is a reclusive. indicating generally positive reviews. takes its name from the song but is in no other way related to this film. Frankie and Johnny (1966) starring Elvis Presley and Donna Douglas. Reception Frankie and Johnny currently holds a score of 75% on Rotten Tomatoes. it was Marshall's first for Paramount Pictures. Frankie and Johnny becomes the perfect love story for these troubled times.. out of camera shot.. lonely waitress named Frankie (Michelle Pfeiffer) and her extrovert friend.[4] She later said of the eventual casting: "I thought it was wonderful to see a love story about people over forty."[7] Janet Maslin in the New York Times wrote: "in the skillfully manipulative hands of Garry Marshall. In its celebration of cautious optimism. more touching romantic comedy this year. ordinary people who were trying to connect. who has convinced Frankie to take a chance on Johnny. for whose television division he had created and/or produced several sitcoms."[5] Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country was filming in a nearby studio. When Johnny comes to Frankie's apartment he meets her neighbor and gay best friend Tim (Nathan Lane). Things reach the boiling point at a bowling alley where Frankie begs Johnny to leave her alone and stop telling her he loves her. Johnny and Cora have an awkward one-night stand before Johnny begins to express an interest in Frankie.. Cast • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Johnny Michelle Pfeiffer as Frankie Hector Elizondo as Nick Nathan Lane as Tim Kate Nelligan as Cora Jane Morris as Nedda Greg Lewis as Tino Al Fann as Luther Ele Keats as Artemis Fernando López as Jorge Production Kathy Bates. Cora (Kate Nelligan). 104 Plot While serving an 18-month prison sentence on a forgery charge. Kirk) and Leonard Nimoy (Spock) to appear fully-costumed. She tries to keep him at arm's length but eventually relents and agrees to go out with him. campaigned for the film role but was passed over in favor of Michelle Pfeiffer. Nick (Hector Elizondo). McNally that amounts to a complete revision. there's no denying Marshall's expert timing. "Foolproof" is the operative word. McNally and their superb leading actors are . who has directed from a screenplay by Mr. I don`t think we will see it with this movie. As a film director. and Garry Marshall arranged for the actors William Shatner (James T.. Johnny (Al Pacino) discovers the joys of cooking and classical literature...''Frankie and Johnny (1991 film)'' Another film of the same name.. the actress who originated the role of Frankie in the 1987 Off-Broadway play. Marshall.[6] Peter Travers in Rolling Stone wrote: "there hasn't been a sharper. But somehow Mr. sassier. behind a [4] door in one scene in order to elicit genuine surprise from Al Pacino when he opened it. Upon his release. This is the director's best work yet..

imagine Kevin Costner as Marty. The star casting robs the material of some of its poignancy."[13] Michelle Pfeiffer was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress . Pfeiffer and Mr. and his pronounced neediness is too much at times. some critics commended Pfeiffer for her performance. Frankie & Johnny has undergone a sunny metamorphosis from ugly ducklings' romance to candy-coated. nearly unrecognizable. Her powerfully subtle acting can tickle the funny bone or pierce the heart with equally uncanny skill. who called it "a triumph. Pfeiffer plays dowdy. along with Fried Green Tomatoes (1991). Pacino's Johnny comes on real strong. His scenes alone with Ms."[8] Rita Kempley in the Washington Post wrote: "In its odyssey from stage to screen."[11] originated by supposed "ordinary" actors Kenneth Welsh and Kathy Bates."[8] Pacino also received critical praise.[13] Kate Nelligan won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress. and he makes Johnny's endless enterprise in wooing Frankie a delight. Pacino has not been this uncomplicatedly appealing since his Dog Day Afternoon days. whose recent work has been lugubrious (The Godfather Part III) or broad (Dick Tracy)."[8] Variety."[7] The New York Times wrote that "Ms. but she's simply wrong for the part of a plain. cast to play "lonely little people struggling to find love. Meryl Streep) whose work keeps taking us by surprise. shows a real flair for comic delicacy. and no matter how hard she tries to look plain. Stephen Farber in Movieline wrote: "Michelle Pfeiffer gives a very adept and winning performance in Frankie & Johnny. It's just ."[9] Variety asserted that no one would "believe that Pfeiffer hasn't had a date since Ronald Reagan was president.."[10] Inevitably. Marshall directs as if Marty had never happened. is outstandingly enjoyable as the gum-chewing. well. two actors perceived as "beautiful movie stars"[11] with Hollywood glamour."[7] The New York Times wrote that "Mr. but lost to Bette Midler in For The Boys (1991). the New York Times wrote that "Kate Nelligan. the fact remains that anyone as gorgeous as she is has a lot more options than someone who looks like Kathy Bates (who originated the role on stage).[13] ."[8] Rolling Stone thought that "seeing this Royal Shakespeare Company actress cut loose with this bold and brassy performance is one of the film's zippiest treats."[11] However."[12] The Washington Post wrote that "casting Michelle Pfeiffer in a role written for Kathy Bates is going to have a definite effect on the story's dramatic weight."[11] Kate Nelligan was singled out for her supporting turn. world-weary waitress. deeply persuasive performance as the tough and fearful Frankie that much more surprising. While Pfeiffer has protested to interviewers that physical beauty cannot guarantee happiness. blue-collar valentine..Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. described him as "a warm. for its "fair. even when everything about Ms. Pfeiffer have a precision and honesty that keep the film's maudlin aspects at bay. gay. That's not to say that Pfeiffer isn't pfantastic or that this isn't the pfeel-good movie of the season. They also retain the story's fundamental wariness about romance. much attention was paid to the controversial casting choices of Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer. accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian."[7] 105 Awards and nominations Frankie and Johnny received a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film. Rolling Stone wrote: "Pacino. She is among that rarefied group of actresses (Anjelica Huston. Pacino has the audience wondering why they don't simply fall into each other's arms. slobbering dog who can't leave people alone. there is no disguising that she just gets more beautiful all the time. notably Rolling Stone. bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and the issues that affect their lives. man-crazy one."[9] Time Out summed it up thus: "Pacino wears a vest and bandanna and moons through the part. however. Pfeiffer's extraordinary beauty makes her fine-tuned.''Frankie and Johnny (1991 film)'' able to retain the intimacy of their material.

com/ movies/ ?id=frankieandjohnny.com. 1991). . traditionalmusic.Frankie and Johnny . Stephen. Frank (October 28. Retrieved 2009-11-17. [5] "Kathy Bates Quote . [2] Rich.nytimes.Awards" (http:/ / www. 1991). Retrieved 2009-11-17.Film . htm). rottentomatoes. . variety. . movies. imdb. [10] "Frankie and Johnny Review . com/ movie/ review?_r=1& res=9C04EED7123AF932A25753C1A967958260& partner=Rotten Tomatoes). [9] Kempley.com. quotelucy. Retrieved 2009-11-17. Peter (October 31. [3] "Frankie and Johnny" (http:/ / www. [8] Maslin. 1991). co. Pictures . com/ reviews/ movie/ 5947379/ review/ 5947380/ frankie_and_johnny). Janet (October 11. washingtonpost. . washingtonpost. nytimes. "'Frankie and Johnny' (R)" (http:/ / www. com/ movies/ ?id=frankieandjohnny. rottentomatoes. rollingstone. htm). boxofficemojo. "Review: Frankie & Johnny" (http:/ / movieline. html)"].com. boxofficemojo. Retrieved 2009-11-17. com/ title/ tt0101912/ trivia). "Frankie and Johnny : Review : Rolling Stone" (http:/ / www. com/ wp-srv/ style/ longterm/ movies/ videos/ frankiejohnnyrkempley_a0a273.standard8media. htm). com/ mem/ theater/ treview. [7] Travers. [6] "Frankie and Johnny Movie Reviews.com. imdb. Retrieved 2009-11-17.[On losing the role of Frankie (http:/ / www. . standard8media. Retrieved 2009-11-17. com/ title/ tt0101912/ awards).''Frankie and Johnny (1991 film)'' 106 External links • • • • Frankie and Johnny [14] at the Internet Movie Database Frankie and Johnny [15] at Box Office Mojo Frankie and Johnny [16] at Allmovie Frankie and Johnny [17] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] "Frankie and Johnny : Box Office Mojo" (http:/ / www. . [12] Farber. imdb. com/ review/ VE1117791087.com. allmovie.com.nytimes. "Movie Review . com/ m/ 1037161-frankie_and_johnny/ .com.Theater" (http:/ / theater. [13] "Frankie and Johnny (1991) . [14] http:/ / www. uk/ song-midis/ Frankie_and_Johnny. variety. com/ work/ 18496 [17] http:/ / www. traditionalmusic. Retrieved 2009-11-17. com/ quotations/ 7360/ 189660-kathy-bates-quote. rottentomatoes.com. [11] "Frankie and Johnny Review" (http:/ / www. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0). timeout. .Short-order Cookery And Dreams Of Love" (http:/ / movies. movieline. .co. nytimes. com/ film/ reviews/ 67022/ frankie_and_johnny. 1991-01-01. html?res=9B0DE3DA153AF93BA15753C1A961948260). htm [16] http:/ / www. 1987).Time Out London" (http:/ / www.com. theater. . com/ m/ 1037161-frankie_and_johnny/ ).Rotten Tomatoes" (http:/ / uk. [4] "Frankie and Johnny (1991) . "FRANKIE AND JOHNNY IN THE CLAIR DE LUNE .uk. Retrieved 2009-11-17. Rita (October 11. rollingstone.com. shtml). .com. quotelucy. .com. imdb. imdb. com/ reviews/ frankieandjohnny.Review . html). . . boxofficemojo.Trivia" (http:/ / www. timeout. com/ title/ tt0101912/ [15] http:/ / www.

725. like the play. Smith New Line Cinema October 2.''Glengarry Glen Ross (film)'' 107 Glengarry Glen Ross (film) Glengarry Glen Ross Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring James Foley Jerry Tokofsky Stanley R.228 Glengarry Glen Ross is a 1992 independent dramatic film. The film depicts two days in the lives of four real estate salesmen and how they become desperate when the corporate office sends a representative to "motivate" them by announcing that.5 million $10.and Tony-winning play of the same name. Zupnik David Mamet Al Pacino Jack Lemmon Alec Baldwin Ed Harris Alan Arkin Kevin Spacey Jonathan Pryce James Newton Howard Music by Cinematography Juan Ruiz Anchía Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Howard E. all except the top two salesmen will be fired. in one week. adapted by David Mamet from his acclaimed 1984 Pulitzer Prize. leading the cast to jokingly refer to the film as "Death of a Fuckin' Salesman". The film. is notorious for its use of profanity. 1992 100 minutes United States English $12.[1] The actual title .

Roma tries to deceive Lingk by telling him that the check he wrote the night before has yet to be cashed. and that accordingly he has time to reason with his wife and reconsider. After his interrogation. disjointed but compelling monologue to a meek. During the cycle of interrogations. proud of an unlikely sale he made that morning. and finally to bribe him. and Moss proposes that they strike back at the two by stealing all the Glengarry leads and selling them to a competing real estate agency. Williamson and the police question each of the salesmen in private. Shelley Levene (Jack Lemmon). . claiming that he already deposited his check in the bank. Blake (Alec Baldwin) is sent by Mitch and Murray (the faceless owners of the real estate office in which the main characters work) to motivate the salesmen. Roma does not broach the subject of a real estate deal until he has completely won Lingk over with his speech. Lingk rushes out of the office. Scrambling to salvage the deal. Levene abets Roma by pretending to be a wealthy investor and friend of Roma's who just happens to be on his way to the airport. Roma plays upon Lingk's feelings of insecurity. He tries to convince office manager John Williamson (Kevin Spacey) to give him some of the Glengarry leads. only after having one explosive last shouting match with Roma. and Roma berates Williamson for what he has done. threatening to contact the State's Attorney. Upset. 108 Plot summary The film depicts two days in the lives of four real estate salesmen who are supplied with names and phone numbers of leads (potential clients) and regularly use underhanded and dishonest tactics to make sales.7 million in North America. stage a burglary and steal all of the prime leads. the office's top "closer. In his zeal to get back at Williamson. Williamson is willing to sell some of the prime leads." delivers a long. Framing it as being an opportunity rather than a purchase. Al Pacino was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the film.''Glengarry Glen Ross (film)'' of the film comes from the names of two of the real estate developments being peddled by the salesmen characters (Glengarry Highlands and Glen Ross Farms). Moss's plan requires Aaronow to break into the office. knows that he will lose his job soon if he cannot generate sales. saying that Aaronow is already an accomplice simply because he knows about the proposed burglary. Lingk arrives to tell Roma that his wife has told him to cancel the deal. middle-aged man named James Lingk (Jonathan Pryce). The film was not a commercial success. Moss leaves in disgust. Levene carelessly reveals that he knows Williamson left Lingk's check on his desk and did not make the bank run the previous night – something only the man who broke into the office would know. Many of the leads rationed out by the office manager are impoverished individuals lacking either the money or the desire to actually invest in land.5 million budget. It was critically well-received with highly positive reviews by most of the major critics. takes the opportunity to mock Williamson in private. but Williamson refuses. lies to Lingk. a salesman in a long running slump with a sick daughter. Levene cannot come up with the cash and leaves without any good leads. Dave Moss (Ed Harris) and George Aaronow (Alan Arkin) complain about Mitch and Murray. Levene. As the salesmen come into work the following day they find the office has been burgled and the Glengarry leads have been stolen. unaware of Roma and Levene's stalling tactic. then to threaten him. Ricky Roma (Al Pacino). but demands cash in advance. Roma then enters Williamson's office to take his turn being interrogated by the police. Blake unleashes a torrent of verbal abuse on the men and announces that only the top two sellers will be allowed access to the more promising Glengarry leads and the rest of them will be fired. but Moss tries to coerce him. Williamson. just below its $12. Aaronow wants no part of the plan. only making $10. Levene tries first to charm Williamson. Glengarry Glen Ross had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival where Jack Lemmon won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor.

are in fact impoverished and deluded and just enjoy talking to salesmen. Williamson is under great stress due to the stringent policies dictated by Mitch and Murray and the constant complaints by the salesmen regarding his mandated lack of support. it's not him."[2] • Alan Arkin as George Aaronow: An aging and nervous salesman with low self-esteem and an extremely dependent nature.''Glengarry Glen Ross (film)'' Williamson catches Levene's slip-of-the-tongue quickly and compels Levene to admit that he broke into the office. into Williamson's office where the police are waiting. However. confident salesman with a casual swagger immediately telegraphs to modern clients his identity as a smooth-talking shyster looking to disarm them with reassurance. successful. asks Williamson why he seeks to ruin him. Harris described his character as "the kind of guy who. Lemmon said of his character. "Shelley's actions question where the [2] morals and ethics are in America and how they have eroded in the quest for success. Williamson coldly responds "Because I don't like you. Levene's decline is due to the old-fashioned nature of his methods: his presentation as a grinning. • Ed Harris as Dave Moss: A loudmouth salesman with big dreams and ambitions. Roma walks out of the office for lunch and talks to Levene about forming a business partnership before the detective starts calling for Levene. but also ruthless. all he wants to do is keep his job and he dislikes having to routinely deflect their ceaseless attempts to manipulate him. he eventually decided that Aaronow was a former school teacher who became a salesman to support his family after his school was closed down by its district. Levene eventually breaks down and admits that he and Moss conspired to steal the leads to give to a competitor. unlike his mentor Levene. He frequently shadows the others to prompt them into asking about his status so he can vent his anxieties and has recently taken to following Moss in the hopes learning how to be more aggressive. Unaware of Levene's guilt. Shelley's frantic. Levene. Levene has been unable to replace his obsolete tactics with new ones and suffers financially as a result. He has a sick daughter in the hospital and desperately needs the commission from a big sale in order to continue paying her medical expenses. he lacks the ruthless cunning of his co-workers to successfully work for the agency. citing his extreme passivity and incompetence as reason to decline the role. crushed by this revelation. Shelley's garrulousness at the office the next day proves to be his downfall. Williamson knows this too and uses his position as a passive-aggressive method of control. charismatic and charming. The salesmen resent and despise Williamson and spare no opportunity to ridicule and belittle him. but they know they need him because he is responsible for administering the sales leads. . Bruce & Harriet Nyborg. sage-like presentation and withholds the sales pitch until the client is successfully endeared to him. Levene attempts to bribe Williamson with a large portion of all his future sales in exchange for keeping quiet about the burglary. However. defeated. petty. 109 Cast and characters • Jack Lemmon as Shelley "The Machine" Levene: An aging. His success is mainly due to his talent for spotting a client's vulnerability and then crafting a pitch that will exploit that particular personal weakness. since people are either struggling for or against him. Arkin originally disliked the character. Roma adopts a more laconic. Roma is cocky. The film ends as Levene walks. but Williamson cruelly rebuffs him and leaves to inform the detective about Levene's part in the burglary." Levene makes a last ditch attempt at gaining sympathy from Williamson by mentioning his sick daughter. when anything's wrong. mealy-mouthed office manager." • Al Pacino as Ricky Roma: The most successful salesman in the office who is predicted to win the monthly sales contest. Spacey saw his character as "the catalyst for events. Williamson scoffs at the suggestion and tells Levene that the buyers to whom he made his sale earlier that day. but little work ethic. garrulous wheedling of the office manager and prospective clients get him nowhere. His desperation eventually compels him to break into the office late at night and steal the premium sales leads."[2] • Kevin Spacey as John Williamson: The bland. once-successful and respected salesman who has recently fallen on hard times and has not been able to close a lucrative deal in a worryingly long while. Blames everybody else. dishonest and amoral.

"Some of the best damn actors you're ever going to see came in and read and I'm talking about names". many of the actors took significant pay cuts. figuring that they could cut a deal with a cable company to bankroll the movie. depressed middle-aged man who becomes Roma's latest client. Kershner dropped out to make another movie as did Pacino. Alec Baldwin. they spent three weeks in rehearsals. If you make it. arrogant bully. the play made its American debut in Chicago before moving to Broadway. Because Lingk is lonely and unhappy in his marriage. he told Zupnik about Mamet’s play and he saw it on Broadway but found the plot confusing. In 1986. especially since the locations were so restricted”.[5] During filming. Pacino cut his per-movie price from $6 million to $1. Because of the uncompromising subject matter and abrasive language.C.[5] Alan Arkin said of the script. people with movie charisma. I’ll do it”. Bruce Willis.-based producer of B-movies that was looking for a more profitable project. “Alec said: ‘I’ve read 25 scripts and nothing is as good as this. Once the cast was assembled.[4] Foley took the screenplay to Pacino with whom he had been trying to work on a film for years. 110 Production David Mamet's play was first performed in 1983 at the Royal National Theatre. Brooklyn over 39 days. Stanley R. Tokofsky contacted Baldwin and begged him to reconsider doing the film. Lemmon was paid $1 million. the three men organized readings with several other actors as Lemmon remembers. even with movie stars attached. Because of the film’s modest budget. London. Tokofsky had co-produced two previous Zupnik films. and so on. In 1989. to give it watchability.5 million. A vulgar.''Glengarry Glen Ross (film)'' • Jonathan Pryce as James Lingk: A timid.[3] The two men arranged an informal reading with Lemmon in Los Angeles.[6] . called a meeting at the Creative Artists Agency who represented many of the actors involved and asked for their help. several banks. Tokofsky asked Jack Lemmon to act in the movie. American Buffalo.[3] Joe Mantegna and Richard Gere[2] from expressing interest in the film.[3] Al Pacino originally wanted to do the play on Broadway but was doing another Mamet production. For example. That same year.[2] During this time. Financing came from cable and video companies. Producer Jerry Tokofsky read David Mamet’s play on a trip to New York City in 1985 at the suggestion of director Irvin Kershner who wanted to make it into a movie. By March 1991.[5] Tokofsky’s lawyer. O.000 to write the screenplay. in London at the time. New York and on location in Sheepshead Bay.000. no major studio wanted to finance it. Zupnik agreed to pay Mamet’s $1 million asking price. filming began in August 1991 at the Kaufman Astoria Soundstage in Queens. The producer remembers. With a budget set at $12. a German television station. He expressed interest in appearing in the film adaptation. and New Line Cinema over the course of four years. Mamet wanted $500. but two of their clients – Ed Harris and Kevin Spacey – soon joined the cast. Subsequently.000 for the movie rights and another $500. who also attached. • Alec Baldwin as Blake: A hot-shot sales strategist who is brought in by Mitch and Murray to "motivate" the discouraged salesmen. "There were five and six-page scenes we would shoot all at once. Harris remembers. and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1984. It was more like doing a play at times [when] you'd get the continuity going". Jake Bloom. an Australian movie theater chain. which are enormously difficult to absorb". CAA showed little interest. members of the cast who were not required to be on the set certain days would show up anyway to watch the other actors' performances. he flaunts his wealth while crudely taunting and demeaning the others for their own lack of success.[3] This did not stop other actors. James Foley’s agent sent the film director Mamet’s screenplay in early 1991 but he was hesitant to direct because he “wanted great actors.[5] Foley was hired to direct only to leave the production as well. Zupnik was a Washington D.5 million. This character was created for the film specifically for Baldwin to play and did not appear in the stage version.[3] Tokofsky saw the play on Broadway and contacted Mamet. he is easily manipulated and falls for Roma's sales pitch disguised as an overture of friendly intimacy. left the project over a contract disagreement.K. like Robert De Niro. Baldwin received $250. "What made it [challenging] was the language and the rhythms.

a troubleshooter caned in to shake up the salesmen. You can see the joy with which these actors get their teeth into these great lines. Despite being a box-office flop during its original release the film has garnered some moderate praise from fans and has been praised for its performances. shot in morgue closeup. Jack Lemmon was voted Best Actor by the National Board of Review.''Glengarry Glen Ross (film)'' The film's director of photography.[10] Reviews were highly positive. claiming that Tokofsky was fired for embezzlement. just below its $12. 1992 in 416 theaters. magazine and wrote.[12] Roger Ebert's review in the Chicago Sun-Times wrote.[16] However. after living through movies in which flat dialogue serves only to advance the story". he adhered to a monochromatic blue-grey color scheme. it was given its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. During the production. Richard Corliss wrote. Tokofsky and Zupnik had a falling out over money and credit for the film. "A peerless ensemble of actors fills Glengarry Glen Ross with audible glares and shudders.1 million on its opening weekend. There is great energy in it. Mamet and Mr. a cadence.[23] . he also creates the (presumably) unwanted effect of a soundstage.[17] Al Pacino was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor but did not win.[9] The film opened in regular release on October 2.7 million in North America. all right. and is oft portrayed in a desperate situation attempting to scrape a living as (an unsuccessful) salesman. The film currently has a rating of 98% on Rotten Tomatoes and a metascore of 80 on Metacritic.[13] Newsweek magazine's Jack Kroll praised Alec Baldwin's performance: "Baldwin is sleekly sinister in the role of Blake. and describing his character as "the weaselly soul of Glengarry Glen [11] Peter Travers gave the film his highest rating in Rolling Stone Ross–Willy Loman turned into a one-liner".[21] Jack Lemmon's character of Shelley Levene was a major source on inspiration in the creation of recurring The Simpsons character Gil Gunderson. The play was zippy black comedy about predators in twilight. It's also because of the breathtaking wizardry with which Mr.[8] In addition. Glengarry Glen Ross is considered to be a cult film. Foley have made a vivid.[22] The character had a Simpsons' Christmas Special episode dedicated to him in Kill Gil. Juan Ruiz Anchía relied on low lighting and shadows with a blues.[14] In his review for The New York Times. He shakes them up. about the difficulty most people have convincing themselves that what they do matters". Owen Gleiberman gave the film an "A" rating in his review for Entertainment Weekly magazine. There is no evidence of life outside the immediate world of the [17] movie".[7] Zupnik claimed that he personally put up $2 million of the film’s budget and countersued. that allows people to arrive in triumph at the ends of sentences we could not possibly have imagined. It went on to make $10. it was originally slated to be shown at the Montreal Film Festival but it was necessary to show it out of competition because it was entered into competition at the Venice Film Festival at the same time. "Mamet's dialogue has a kind of logic. greens and reds color scheme for the first part of the film.[7] 111 Reception Glengarry Glen Ross had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival where Jack Lemmon won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor. If his intention is to create a sense of claustrophobia. The character borrows many of the mannerisms of the Lemmon character. grossing $2. the same year he was nominated and won the Best Actor Oscar for Scent of a Woman. praising Lemmon's performance as "a revelation". Vincent Canby praised. "The pleasure of this unique film comes in watching superb actors dine on Mamet's pungent language like the feast it is". but this character (not in the original play) also shakes up the movie's toned balance with his sheer noise and scatological fury". living film that preserves the claustrophobic nature of the original stage work".[20] Not a box office hit. Tokofsky sued to strip Zupnik of his producer’s credit and share of the producer’s fee. the film is a photo-essay.5 million budget. writing that it "doesn't add much more than the street between.[19] Empire magazine voted the film the 470th greatest film in their "500 Greatest Movies of All Time" list. Instead.[18] He was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role but failed to win. For the second half. Volumes I & II.[15] In his review for Time. "the utterly demonic skill with which these foulmouthed characters carve one another up in futile attempts to stave off disaster. Desson Howe's review in the Washington Post criticized Foley's direction.

[4] Hartl. 1992).html?scp=160&sq="Glengarry+Glen+Ross"&st=nyt) . com/ id/ 147209/ page/ 2). Washington Times. Entertainment Weekly. Bernard (October 12. 1992). Roger (October 2. Rolling Stone. com/ 500/ 6.com/film/titles/glengarryglenross) at Metacritic Glengarry Glen Ross (http://www. avclub. The New York Times. 1992). Peter (December 8. [23] Greaney. [20] "500 Greatest Movies of All Time" (http:/ / www. [22] Scully.htm) at Box Office Mojo • "Despite the Odds.312081. William F (October 4. Club.nytimes. 20th Century Fox. [12] Travers. washingtonpost. 1992). reelviews.com/m/glengarry_glen_ross/) at Rotten Tomatoes Glengarry Glen Ross (http://www. 1992). "Three U. Washington Post. then Subtract Ego" (http:/ / www. Desson (October 2.html) • • • • • . htm).00. [11] Gleiberman. New Line Cinema Press Kit. Retrieved 2007-04-17. "Pacino. in The Simpsons: The Complete Ninth Season [DVD]. 1992). "Director is Happy to put Big Stars in Film Version of Mamet Play". .com/title/tt0104348/) at the Internet Movie Database Glengarry Glen Ross (http://www. "The Glengarry Math: Add Money and Stars. Commentary for "Realty Bites". . Empire. . Owen (October 9. . [3] Weinraub. [15] Canby. 1992). [10] "Glengarry Glen Ross" (http:/ / www.com/scripts/glengarry. Retrieved 2008-09-29. boxofficemojo. Who? The Local Real Estate Mogul Behind Glengarry". Mike (2006). dll/ article?AID=/ 19921002/ REVIEWS/ 210020302/ 1023). 1992). html?_r=1& title1=& title2=GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (MOVIE)& reviewer=Vincent Canby& v_id=19953& oref=slogin).S. Jayne M (September 27. 6. Washington Post. Retrieved 2007-04-17.metacritic. . htm). [6] Berardinelli. Susan (February 18. "Pros and Cons" (http:/ / www. com/ articles/ glengarry-glen-ross. Variety. ReelViews. com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0.imdb. Jennifer (July 31. 1992). Newsweek. Glengarry Is Being Filmed" (http://www. "Oscar's independent streak". James (2006). com/ gst/ movies/ review. John (September 28. 2010). 1992.allmovie.com/1991/08/15/movies/ despite-the-odds-glengarry-is-being-filmed. "Heels. [19] Spillman. empireonline. Time. com/ reviews/ movie/ 5948297/ glengarry_glen_ross). Aladdin". The New York Times.976707. [14] Kroll. Variety. Jack (October 5. Heroes and Hustlers" (http:/ / www. . Jim (December 30.9171. time. "Glengarry Hits the Screen with the Joys of Male Angst". 20th Century Fox. . entries sign on at 49th Venice Fest". "Mamet's Real Estate Sharks and Their Prey" (http:/ / movies2. Retrieved 2007-04-17. Toronto Star. Retrieved 2010-03-18. Retrieved 2010-03-31. .boxofficemojo. html).00. nytimes. Mamet and . asp). Commentary for "Realty Bites". Retrieved 2007-09-23. com/ ew/ article/ 0. com/ movies/ ?id=glengarryglenross..''Glengarry Glen Ross (film)'' 112 References [1] According to Ed Harris. . Richard (October 12. [13] Ebert. Dan (2006). rollingstone. 1992). Retrieved 2010-03-31. com/ 1992/ 10/ 12/ movies/ the-talk-of-hollywood-the-glengarry-math-add-money-and-stars-then-subtract-ego. 1992). "Glengarry Glen Ross" (http:/ / rogerebert. Retrieved 2007-04-17. The Onion A.dailyscript. suntimes. in The Simpsons: The Complete Ninth Season [DVD]. .rottentomatoes. [8] Clark. 2000-12-17. Vincent (September 30. "Festivals scrap over movie". html). . [5] "Glengarry Glen Ross Production Notes". [18] Benson. 1992). [16] Corliss. Retrieved 2008-08-21. com/ apps/ pbcs. [17] Howe. [7] Powers. season 7.39294/ ). External links Glengarry Glen Ross (http://www.V. No. Retrieved 2007-04-17. net/ movies/ g/ glengarry_glen. . nytimes.com/movies/?id=glengarryglenross. Box Office Mojo. . "Glengarry Glen Ross" (http:/ / www. Zupnik. [2] Blanchard. "Glengarry Glen Ross" (http:/ / www. com/ wp-srv/ style/ longterm/ movies/ videos/ glengarryglenrossrhowe_a0af12. Retrieved 2007-04-17. newsweek. "Sweating Out Loud" (http:/ / www. [9] Adilman. html?scp=176& sq="Glengarry+ Glen+ Ross"& st=nyt). "Globes Nod to Men. ew. Inside the Actors Studio. USA Today. while being interviewed on "". "Glengarry Glen Ross" (http:/ / www. Seattle Times. html). [21] Tobias.com/work/19953) at Allmovie Glengarry Glen Ross (http://www. "Glengarry Glen Ross" (http:/ / www. Scott (March 18. 2000). Chicago Sun-Times. .The New York Times article • Original play script (http://www. Sid (September 1. 1993). 1992).

It was directed by Martin Brest. It stars Al Pacino. Philip Seymour Hoffman.''Scent of a Woman'' 113 Scent of a Woman Scent of a Woman Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Martin Brest Martin Brest Giovanni Arpino (novel) Bo Goldman (screenplay) Al Pacino Chris O'Donnell James Rebhorn Gabrielle Anwar Philip Seymour Hoffman Thomas Newman Harvey Rosenstock William Steinkamp Michael Tronick Music by Editing by Distributed by Universal Studios Release date(s) December 23. medically retired Army officer. Best Picture (lost to Unforgiven) and Best Adapted Screenplay (lost to . the film was nominated for Best Director (lost to Clint Eastwood for Unforgiven). blind. directed by Dino Risi. James Rebhorn. The movie was adapted by Bo Goldman from the novel Il buio e il miele (Italian: Darkness and Honey) by Giovanni Arpino and from the 1974 screenplay by Ruggero Maccari and Dino Risi. Chris O'Donnell. 1992 Running time Country Language 157 min. Al Pacino won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance. It is a remake of the Italian movie Profumo di donna (1974). United States English Scent of a Woman is a 1992 film which tells the story of a preparatory school student who takes a job as an assistant to an irascible. and Gabrielle Anwar.

not knowing how seriously to take Slade.[1] Portions of the movie were filmed on location at Princeton University in Princeton. "I don't know if Charlie's silence here today is right or wrong. Slade passionately defends Charlie. an all-girls school in Troy. that Slade lost his sight by juggling hand grenades while drunk and one went off. while claiming to be uncertain. and criticizes the proceedings. Willis has enlisted the help of his wealthy father. Slade responds to Charlie's suggestion that they test drive a Ferrari. As headmaster Trask is opening the proceedings. stay at a luxury hotel. warning him that Willis will probably be pressured into not maintaining silence.) Slade hides the fact that he is blind and the officer issues no citation. and by the end of dinner (he puts his nephew in a chokehold after he insults Charlie). Willis attempts to parry the question. Charlie is taken aback. grabbing the gun just before Slade can pull the trigger.Drama. is one of the few students there from a modest background and attends on scholarship. where Slade drops Charlie at school. he reveals the goals of the trip: to eat at an expensive restaurant. Slade deliberately provokes everyone. a beautiful young woman waiting for her date. Slade lets go. As they return to New York. Randy. Charlie lets Slade drive the car. Trask recommends Charlie's expulsion. Charlie continues to remain silent but begins to question his decision. make love to a beautiful woman. as well as the boys' vandalism. He confides in Charlie. Slade says. 114 Plot summary Charlie Simms (Chris O'Donnell). he hires a call girl. Finishing with a speech on integrity. Slade advises Charlie to inform on his classmates and go to Harvard. Slade leads Donna in a spectacular tango on the dance floor. Shortly after Charlie arrives. The film won three major awards at the Golden Globe Awards: Best Adapted Screenplay. until they are stopped by a policeman (then-unknown Ron Eldard. and at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in New York City. Charlie tells Slade about his complications at school. Charlie takes a job over Thanksgiving looking after a retired Army Ranger Lieutenant Colonel named Frank Slade (Al Pacino). Trask offers a bribe: a letter of recommendation that would virtually guarantee his acceptance to Harvard. but when pressed. When Charlie refuses to talk. (Philip Seymour Hoffman) were witness to an act of vandalism at the school. Slade reserves a room at the Waldorf-Astoria. Oregon for Christmas. Although blind. To pay for his flight home to Gresham. The two return by limousine to New England. Jr. and then "blow his brains out". Deeply despondent the next morning.''Scent of a Woman'' Howards End). New Jersey. Slade unexpectedly has Charlie accompany him on a trip from New England to New York City. Later at a restaurant. he succeeds in alienating the members of his family. New York. who is disagreeable. They travel to Slade's brother's home in White Plains for Thanksgiving dinner without advising the brother of the visit. Slade and Charlie appear to be an unpleasant surprise for the family. visit his big brother. Charlie refuses to give the students' names. saying his vision was impaired. Charlie and Slade observe Donna (Gabrielle Anwar). and an alcoholic. which he does at high speed. Charlie intervenes. Charlie and his "friend" George Willis. Slade tricks Charlie into leaving the room to buy him cigars and aspirin. During dinner at the Oak Room (at the Plaza Hotel). I'm . he names the students responsible. They are pressed by the school's headmaster Trask (James Rebhorn) to divulge the names of the perpetrators. whom they both know. He and Willis are subjected to a formal inquiry in front of the student body and the student/faculty disciplinary committee. a student at an exclusive New England prep school. he passes the burden to Charlie. Best Actor and Best Motion Picture . Charlie returns to find Slade preparing to shoot himself. Although struggling with his decision. That night. When they return to the hotel. For his defense. particularly about his dream of finding a woman who would love him. Slade returns to the school and joins Charlie on the auditorium stage. blind. After a physical struggle and argument. the Emma Willard School. When pressed for more details. Charlie learns from Slade's nephew.

''Scent of a Woman'' not a judge or jury. But I can tell you this: he won't sell anybody out to buy his future." The disciplinary committee decides to place on probation the students named by Willis, and to give Willis neither recognition nor commendation for his testimony. They excuse Charlie from any punishment, to loud applause from the student body. As Charlie escorts Slade to his limo, a female political science teacher, part of the committee, approaches Slade, thanking him for his defense of Charlie. Seeing a spark between them, Charlie tells the teacher that Slade served on President Lyndon Johnson's staff. A romantic prospect is hinted at as they part ways. Charlie takes Slade home, where they part ways. The colonel walks towards his house and greets his niece's young children happily; the three enter the house to make hot chocolate.


Actor Al Pacino Chris O'Donnell James Rebhorn Gabrielle Anwar Role Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade Charlie Simms Mr. Trask Donna

Philip Seymour Hoffman George Willis, Jr. Richard Venture Bradley Whitford Rochelle Oliver Gene Canfield Tom Riis Farrell Nicholas Sadler Todd Louiso Frances Conroy Ron Eldard W.R. Slade Randy Slade Gretchen Slade Manny Garry Slade Harry Havemeyer Trent Potter Christine Downes Officer Gore

Scent of a Woman was filmed in the following locations:[2] • • • • Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA Emma Willard School - 285 Pawling Avenue, Troy, New York, USA Hempstead House, Sands Point Preserve - 95 Middleneck Road, Port Washington, Long Island, New York, USA (school) • Kaufman Astoria Studios - 3412 36th Street, Astoria, Queens, New York City, New York, USA (studio) • • • • Long Island, New York, USA Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ New York City, New York, USA

''Scent of a Woman'' • Pierre Hotel, Fifth Avenue & 61st Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ballroom where Frank and Donna dance the tango) • Port Washington, Long Island, New York, USA • Princes Bay, Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA • Princeton, New Jersey, USA • Queens, New York City, New York, USA • Rockefeller College - Upper Madison Hall, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA • Sands Point Preserve - 95 Middleneck Road, Port Washington, Long Island, New York, USA • Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA • The Oak Room, The Plaza Hotel, 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (where Frank and Charlie have dinner) • Troy, New York, USA • Waldorf-Astoria Hotel - 301 Park Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA


Scent of a Woman was released to a positive critical reception, with a 94% approval rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.[3] but was criticised for its running time.[4] Variety's Todd McCarthy said it "goes on nearly an hour too long.[5] Newsweek's David Ansen said it "doesn't warrant a 2 1/2-hour running time." [6]

Box office
The film earned $63,095,253 in the US and $71,000,000 internationally, totaling $134,095,253 worldwide.[7] [8] [9]

See also
• Scent of a Woman (soundtrack)

[1] "Pacino Gives Oscar Derby a New Twist : Awards: Actor wins Golden Globe for role in 'Scent of a Woman,' which also wins as best dramatic picture, surprising Academy Awards competitors." (http:/ / articles. latimes. com/ 1993-01-25/ entertainment/ ca-1588_1_golden-globe-awards). The Los Angeles Times. . Retrieved 2010-11-14. [2] "A Sight For Sore Eyes" (http:/ / www. newsweek. com/ 1992/ 03/ 30/ a-sight-for-sore-eyes. html). Newsweek. . Retrieved 2010-11-14. [3] http:/ / uk. rottentomatoes. com/ m/ 1042193-scent_of_a_woman/ [4] "LENGTH OF 'A WOMAN' : Minutes, Shminutes--Does It Play?" (http:/ / articles. latimes. com/ 1993-01-03/ entertainment/ ca-1092_1). The Los Angeles Times. . Retrieved 2010-11-14. [5] "Scent of a Woman" (http:/ / www. variety. com/ review/ VE1117794674?refcatid=31). Variety. . Retrieved 2010-11-14. [6] "Not A Season To Be Jolly" (http:/ / www. newsweek. com/ 1992/ 12/ 27/ not-a-season-to-be-jolly. html). Newsweek. . Retrieved 2010-11-14. [7] "Weekend Box Office Holiday Take a Nice Gift for the Studios" (http:/ / articles. latimes. com/ 1992-12-29/ entertainment/ ca-2860_1_weekend-box-office). The Los Angeles Times. . Retrieved 2010-11-14. [8] "Weekend Box Office `Aladdin's' Magic Carpet Ride" (http:/ / articles. latimes. com/ 1993-01-26/ entertainment/ ca-2081_1_weekend-box-office). The Los Angeles Times. . Retrieved 2010-11-18. [9] "Weekend Box Office `Sniper' Takes Aim at `Aladdin'" (http:/ / articles. latimes. com/ 1993-02-02/ entertainment/ ca-830_1_weekend-box-office). The Los Angeles Times. . Retrieved 2010-11-18.

''Scent of a Woman''


External links
• Scent of a Woman (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105323/) at the Internet Movie Database • Scent of a Woman (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/1042193-scent_of_a_woman/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Scent of a Woman (http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=scentofawoman.htm) at Box Office Mojo

Carlito's Way
Carlito's Way

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Directed by Produced by Brian De Palma Martin Bregman Michael Scott Bregman Willi Bär Novels: Edwin Torres Screenplay: David Koepp Al Pacino Sean Penn Penelope Ann Miller Luis Guzmán Joseph Siravo John Leguizamo Patrick Doyle

Written by


Music by

Cinematography Stephen H. Burum Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Kristina Boden Bill Pankow Epic Productions Bregman/Baer Productions Universal Pictures November 10, 1993

now using cocaine and alcohol extensively. Carlito's Way received a mixed response from critics.000 $76. When they arrive they discover a set up. based on the first novel. It stars Al Pacino. Despite the betrayal. Tony suspects (correctly) that Kleinfeld stole a million dollars from him that was to be used for a payoff and threatens putting a contract out on Kleinfeld unless he uses his yacht to assist breaking him out of prison. he takes Guajiro's USD$30. Steffie. albeit ambitious. The film's featured song. Benny's frustration with Carlito's constant rejection boils over and he confronts Carlito one night at his table. Joseph Siravo and Viggo Mortensen. a waitress at Carlito's nightclub. Carlito vows to be through with his criminal activities but reluctantly accompanies his young cousin Guajiro (John Ortiz) to a drug deal held at a bar. Carlito discovers Lalin is wearing a wire and was sent on the behalf of District Attorney (DA) Norwalk (James Rebhorn) to gain evidence of new allegations made against him. A prequel titled Carlito's Way: Rise to Power. John Leguizamo. Carlito hires his gangster friend Pachanga (Luis Guzmán) for security and begins saving money to retire.948. Both Sean Penn and Penelope Ann Miller received Golden Globe nominations for their performances. a decision which alienates Pachanga. Afterwards. Puerto Rican gangster Carlito Brigante (Al Pacino) is freed on a legal technicality exploited by his close friend and lawyer.This was when Pacino and Miller experienced their first offscreen romance as well. but used the title of the first novel to avoid it being confused with Martin Scorsese's 1985 film of the same name.000. and he unwittingly ends up being dragged into the same criminal activities that got him imprisoned in the first place. The film is based mainly on After Hours.''Carlito's Way'' Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Followed by 144 minutes United States English $30. meets with his Italian mob-boss client. Plot After serving 5 years of a 30 year prison sentence.000 from the deal and uses it to buy into a nightclub owned by a gambling addict named Saso (Jorge Porcel). As club owner. During a cocaine-party at his summer . Upon his release. who reacts by manhandling Steffie. Jorge Porcel. Lalin (Viggo Mortensen). Kleinfeld develops a love interest with Benny's girlfriend. young gangster from the Bronx named Benny Blanco (John Leguizamo). but has subsequently gained a cult following. Carlito intervenes and Benny is taken to the office upstairs where he threatens to kill Carlito. Luis Guzman. Guarijo is killed and Carlito narrowly shoots his way out. Carlito Brigante. with a similar lukewarm result at the box office. Carlito publicly embarrasses Benny. The film adaptation was scripted by David Koepp and directed by Brian De Palma. and focuses on Carlito's activities once he is released from prison. Kleinfeld. a fictional Puerto Rican criminal vows to go straight and to retire in paradise. was performed by Joe Cocker. Anthony "Tony T" Taglialucci at the Rikers Island prison barge. He declines several offers for a business partnership with an obnoxious. was filmed and released direct-to-video in 2005. approaches Carlito and inquires about any illegal business activities Carlito may be partaking in. Sean Penn. However. Penelope Ann Miller. Carlito tracks down his ex-girlfriend Gail (Penelope Ann Miller) as she exits a ballet class and they catch up over coffee. Dave Kleinfeld (Sean Penn).322 (USA) Carlito's Way: Rise to Power 118 Carlito's Way is a 1993 crime film based on the novels Carlito's Way and After Hours[1] by Judge Edwin Torres. "You Are So Beautiful". his past will not let him. but Kleinfeld brazenly pulls out a gun and threatens to kill him. Carlito rejects the street code of violence and spares Lalin any harm. Pachanga argues to kill Benny but Carlito lets him go. a former friend also recently out of jail. and is surprised to find her pole dancing in a striptease show. Carlito then follows up on Lalin's comment about having seen Gail in an "artistic" stage show on Broadway.

Carlito. Pacino faced a $6 million lawsuit from producer Elliott Kastner. only to be shot as well. seeking vengeance for his brother and father. Kleinfeld bludgeons him to death then slits Frankie's throat and dumps both of their bodies in the East River. Having noticed a suspicious man dressed in a police uniform waiting in the lobby. Pacino was working out for his movie Serpico when he met Supreme Court Judge Edwin Torres (the author who was writing the novels Carlito's Way and After Hours). Norwalk advises that he's aware of Carlito as an accomplice to the Taglialucci murders to leverage him into betraying Kleinfeld to save himself. As they pull Tony aboard.A. realizing the danger of Kleinfeld's transgression.[4] First thing on the list was to get a script written that would portray Carlito Brigante's world and provide a suitable showcase for Pacino's talents. where they engage in a gunfight. Carlito is apprehended and taken to D. who shoots Carlito several times in the abdomen with a silenced gun. Carlito manages to slip out through a secret exit but is chased throughout the city's subway system and into Grand Central Terminal. he's met by Vinnie and a crew of Italian gangsters intent on killing him. Pachanga admits to the dying Carlito that he's now working for Benny. he stares at a billboard with a Caribbean beach and a picture of a woman.[5] . Carlito runs for the train where Gail and Pachanga are waiting for him but is ambushed by a disguised Benny.[5] Bregman would work closely with Koepp for two years to develop the shooting script for Carlito's Way. the title Carlito's Way remained. Bregman suggested him to write the script for Carlito's Way. drugs and poverty. the false allegations against Carlito that Lalin was garnering evidence for.[6] mainly because of the existence of Martin Scorsese's movie After Hours. Vinnie (Joseph Siravo).'s other son.''Carlito's Way'' house. where Kleinfeld confesses to selling him out. making love at her apartment and discussing plans for the future. As Carlito is wheeled away on a gurney. Carlito visits Kleinfeld under police protection in the hospital. Carlito at this stage would match closer with Pacino's age. who is clearly Gail. Carlito. Carlito hands a tearful Gail the money and tells her to escape with their unborn child and start a new life elsewhere. things that were most familiar to him: the East Harlem barrio where he was born and raised in an atmosphere of racial gangs. as he waits on a floating buoy outside of the prison during the escape attempt. Norwalk's office where he's played a tape of Kleinfeld making. who is shot down by police attracted by the gunfire. Kleinfeld begs for Carlito's help with Tony T's prison bust and Carlito reluctantly agrees. Kleinfeld and Tony T.[3] In 1989. causing a heated rift between Carlito and Gail. When he stops by his club to get the stashed money. Frankie. 119 Production Pacino first heard about Carlito Brigante in a YMCA gym in New York in 1973. severs his ties with him and decides to leave town with Gail.[6] Although based primarily on the second novel. but Carlito refuses.[2] Inspiration for the novels came from Torres' background. When the novels were completed Al read them and liked them. Carlito and Gail rekindle their romance. especially the character of Carlito. The billboard then comes to life in his mind and the woman. Kleinfeld barely survives an assassination attempt when he's stabbed in the chest at his office by two mobsters. Carlito then buys train tickets to Miami for himself and Gail. starts dancing as Carlito slowly passes away. Kleinfeld drunkenly mentions the prison bust to Gail during a party at a nightclub.[4] David Koepp had just finished writing the script for Bregman's forthcoming The Shadow when producer Michael S.[2] Pacino went to producer Martin Bregman with the intention of getting a Carlito film made.[5] The decision came that the screenplay would be based on the second novel After Hours. The suit was dropped and the project was abandoned. Kastner claimed Pacino had gone back on an agreement to star in his version of a Carlito movie with Marlon Brando as criminal lawyer David Kleinfeld. and offering to testify to. Later that night. who is now pregnant. The next day. Carlito kills all of his pursuers except Vinnie.'s son. Vinnie sneaks into Kleinfeld's room and executes him without incident because of Kleinfeld's empty gun. The man turns out to be Tony T. who maintains she can never trust him again about his vows to go clean. Carlito deftly unloads Kleinfeld's revolver and parts ways with him. use Kleinfeld's boat to retrieve Tony T.

which was shot in Florida. Bregman explained that this decision was not about "getting the old team back together".[7] At one point. Initially the voice-over was to take place in the hospital. reluctantly. The courtroom. When Carlito's Way and its sequel After Hours were optioned.[2] When De Palma finally did read it all the way through. However.[7] The hospital scenes were written 25 to 30 times because the actors had trouble with the sequence. editor Bill Pankow. De Palma staged a chase from the platform of the Harlem-125th Street (Metro-North) Station to the escalators of Grand Central Terminal. He had to piece together the sequences so that the audience would be so tied up in the action that they would not be thinking about how long the escalator was running. He could not have Carlito killed off and have Kleinfeld live.[2] De Palma.[10] The Club Paradise was initially in a West Side brownstone as the model for the book's postprandial premises. The producers came back saying "much better shorter. With one final re-write Koepp managed to make the scene work to Pacino's satisfaction. the tension-building pool hall sequence. read the script and as soon as Spanish-speaking characters cropped up he feared it would be Scarface all over again.[12] 120 . But this was considered too cramped for filming. Martin Bregman had Abel Ferrara in mind."[7] Apart from the poster sequence. and carefully selected the creative team who would make the film a reality. Grand Central Station caused a headache for editor Pankow. For a climactic finale.[10] Because the film was heavily character based and featured little action. when Bregman and Ferrara parted ways. A multi-level bistro club designed by De Palma took shape at the Kaufman-Astoria Studios in Long Island City. in a style of 1970's art deco disco. in which Carlito thanks the prosecutor. had to be changed when Pacino showed up on crutches. De Palma spent more time adding to the sequence and with the help of editor Bill Pankow made it work. but De Palma has a huge sense of justice and retribution.[8] He said that he did not want to make another Spanish-speaking gangster movie. This included production designer Richard Sylbert. the State Supreme Court Building at 60 Centre Street. De Palma roamed Manhattan searching for suitable visual locations. was shot in Judge Torres's workplace. the entire movie was filmed on location in New York. The Long Good Friday director. 1993. filming began on March 22.[5] Bregman supervised casting throughout the various stages of pre-production. a night shoot mid-river was considered impossible. costume designer Aude Bronson-Howard and director of photography Stephen Burum. rather than making use of the best talent available. De Palma liked the script and envisioned it as a noir movie. the Grand Central Station climax.[11] Tony Taglialucci's escape from Rikers Island. a note was passed onto the crew stating that they felt the scene was too long.[8] After the film studio had viewed a cut of the pool hall sequence.[7] In the novels Kleinfeld does not die. De Palma was brought in. but De Palma suggested the train station platform. he realized it was not what he thought it was. For the shoot. was linked with the film. Instead. John Mackenzie. though the first scheduled shoot. the production used a Brooklyn shipyard where Kleinfeld's boat was lowered into an empty "lock" into which river water was pumped. A tenement on 115th Street became the site of Carlito's homecoming: the barrio scene. started the production. the early pool sequence had to be elaborate and set up right. Instead. trains were re-routed and timed so that Pacino and his [11] The length of the escalator scene during the climactic shoot out at pursuers could dart from car to hurtling car. A huge amount of time was spent setting it up and filming it.[9] Initially. with Pacino even thinking that Carlito would not go to the hospital.''Carlito's Way'' Koepp wrestled with the voice-over throughout the writing process. where Pacino accompanies his young cousin Guajiro on an ill-fated drug deal. Smoke machines and towers of space lights were installed.

Pachanga spoke in a very heavy slang style.[7] Jorge Porcel as Saso. Joseph Siravo as Vincent "Vinnie" Taglialucci. The black leather coat just fit into the period setting. an up-and-coming gangster who is determined to exceed Carlito's reputation but lacks any sense of ethics. In Koepp's first draft of the screenplay.[10] Penn shaved the hair on the front of his forehead to give the appearance of a receding hairline. The elder son of Tony T and older brother of Frankie. He is sprung from the prison barge but is murdered by Kleinfeld before he can get out of the water. Pacino came to Carlito's Way directly from his Oscar-winning role in Scent of a Woman. But after his visits to Harlem he quickly realized the guys there were not into wearing their hair that way. An Italian mob boss known as Tony T. is the owner of Club Paradise before Kleinfeld asks Carlito to take charge. Pachanga and Carlito run to Gail and the train. For the pivotal role of Carlito's sleazy lawyer and best friend. Leguizamo completed the main cast as "Benny Blanco from the Bronx". He and other Italian gangsters chase Carlito on the subway and into the train station. Following rumbles from the Latino cast and crew. Penn was lured back from early retirement by the challenge of playing the corrupt lawyer. One of the few remaining old time friends of Carlito. Saso. • • • • • • • • He permed the rest. he is the father of Vinnie and Frankie and a client of Kleinfeld. Often. He shadows Carlito throughout the film trying to convict him. their doomed romance is at the heart of the film. There he could absorb the sights and atmosphere. At the time. threatened the filmmakers with a defamation lawsuit. She is a dancer dreaming of the big time. He would eventually betray Carlito to work with Blanco. Although the story is a suspenseful crime thriller. believing that Penn was attempting to look like him. Norwalk is the District Attorney involved with Carlito's conviction case. but is reduced to working in a strip club to make ends meet. Casting for Gail proved difficult because of the character's striptease scenes. Koepp toned this down." Taglialucci. he works as his right-hand man at the Club Paradise. A wounded Vinnie staggers after Carlito but the police finish Vinnie off. She was initially Benny Blanco's girlfriend before she set her sights on David Kleinfeld and his riches.[14] Luis Guzmán as Pachanga. Penelope Ann Miller (Gail).. He lent him a million dollars for a payoff while in prison.[2] Al Pacino (Carlito). Ingrid Rogers as Steffie.[8] Alan Dershowitz. he accompanied Torres through East Harlem. He is a gambling addict with many dangerous debts to settle. where Blanco shoots both Carlito and Pachanga. • Sean Penn as David Kleinfeld.''Carlito's Way'' 121 Cast • Al Pacino as Carlito Brigante.[5] To get into the character. . The character needed someone who was both a talented dancer and actor. but Kleinfeld laundered the money. James Rebhorn as Norwalk. Carlito kills all except for Vinnie on the escalator. Rogers makes her feature debut as Steffie who works in the Club Paradise.[8] John Leguizamo as Benny Blanco. Carlito's girlfriend and one of the few people he truly trusts. but eventually turns his attention away from Carlito and towards the corrupt Kleinfeld. Taking the role meant that he could finance his movie The Crossing Guard and work with Pacino. he is out to avenge his father's and brother's deaths.[6] Pacino first envisioned Carlito with a ponytail. Miller was 29 years old to Pacino's 53. After Carlito escapes and kills the mobsters. The beard was Pacino's idea. men in the entertainment business can look more bizarre than the talent they represent. and Sean Penn (Kleinfeld). Frank Minucci as Anthony "Tony T.[10] De Palma and Penn sat down and discussed what '70s mob lawyers looked like.[13] Penelope Ann Miller as Gail. or "Ron". she is the only person who has ever seen Carlito's goodness. Vinnie disguises himself as a police officer and kills Kleinfled.

De Palma told the crew not to get their hopes up about the film's reception. Ebert gave the film a thumbs up while Siskel gave it a thumbs down. He is among those who chase Carlito to Grand Central. The deal goes wrong and he is killed by the drug dealers. and was released on 3 November 1993.''Carlito's Way'' • Adrian Pasdar as Frank "Frankie" Taglialucci."[21] The film currently has a fresh rating of 81% on the Rotten Tomatoes review site. the film had grossed over $36 million domestically and $63 million worldwide." which "displays Doyle as one of the major talents of modern film scoring. which was described as "elegiac" and "hauntingly beautiful. • John Augstin Ortiz as Guajiro. suave gangster friend of Carlito's."[19] Peter Travers (of Rolling Stone) criticised the film for Pacino's "Rican" accent slipping into his "Southern drawl from Scent of a Woman". 122 Reception Carlito's Way wrapped on July 20. Koepp. • Orlando Urdaneta as a bartender. but stated that some of the same reviewers have since "retracted" their views upon further discussions of the film. The youngest son of Tony T." but went on to say that the plot would have worked better "as a lean and mean Miami Vice episode. would "suck". 1993. he is now a paraplegic in a wheelchair. He arrives at the nightclub wearing a hidden microphone to gain evidence against Carlito for DA Norwalk. but doesn't believe Carlito would truly retire. whom he meets with. An old acquaintance of Carlito and a business associate of Tony T and Vincent.[4] A few weeks before the film's premiere.[22] Bregman was surprised about some of the negative reviews. "De Palma's erratic pacing and derivative shootouts" and "what might have been if Carlito's Way had forged new ground and not gone down smokin' in the shadow of Scarface. and announces his retirement to. A former partner of Carlito's. having just done Jurassic Park.[15] Critical response to the theatrical release was somewhat lukewarm. Once a handsome.[18] Patrick Doyle was praised on his scoring of the film soundtrack. having not been forgiven for The Bonfire of the Vanities.[23] Sean Penn and Penelope Ann Miller both received Golden Globe nominations for their respective roles as Kleinfeld and Gail. Carlito's young. would be criticized.[16] mainly De Palma's own Scarface and The Untouchables. naive cousin. he convinces Carlito to make a stop at a pool hall as his backup during a drug deal. • Al Israel as Rolando. • Richard Foronjy as Pete Amadesso. having just won an Oscar. He correctly predicted that Pacino. would not quite be embraced. then dumps his and his father's bodies into the sea. The film was criticized for re-treading old ground. and younger brother of Vinnie. Penn would be "brilliant" because he had not done anything for a while. Rolando is grateful to Carlito for not snitching on him while in prison.[17] [18] Roger Ebert stated in his review that the film is one of De Palma's finest with some of the best set-pieces he has done."[20] On the Siskel & Ebert show. and he himself. He accompanies Kleinfeld and Carlito on the boat to rescue Tony.[24] The post cinematic appreciation of the film was later highlighted when the French publication Cahiers du cinéma named it as the Best film of the 1990s.[7] Carlito's Way premiered with an opening weekend box office taking of over $9 million. • Viggo Mortensen as Lalin. Kleinfeld kills him with a crowbar while he steers the boat. as it is the only way he could stay out of prison.[16] [25] . At the end of its theatrical run.[20] Owen Gleiberman (from Entertainment Weekly) described the film as "a competent and solidly unsurprising urban-underworld thriller" and is "okay entertainment. Pete is shot by Carlito on the escalator.

Ken Rosenberg of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and San Andreas video games was based on Sean Penn's portrayal of Kleinfeld.[27] A clip of Carlito shouting "Here comes the pain!" is used in the song "(sic)" by Slipknot. Hard Knock Life.[29] and Vol. "Brooklyn's Finest". They look similar. Evident in the hook's lyrics "A Love changes.''Carlito's Way'' 123 Cultural influence Although the film was not considered a success with its initial theatrical run the film was popular on home video and gained a growing fan base.[30] Carlito's ending monologue is sampled on Ghostface Killa's album Ironman.. have a similar build. beginning with the line "Can you come with me?".[26] The character Benny Blanco is parodied in the MMORPG World of Warcraft with the Defias thug "Benny Blanco" in Westfall. while Musical supervisor Jellybean Benitez supplemented the soundtrack with elements of salsa. J In the 2009 album Loso's Way by American hip hop artist Fabolous the track listings included a song entitled "Pachanga" which references to Carlito's friend. a thug changes and best friends become strangers. 2. have the same clothing style and display similar traits of drug use and increasing paranoia. talk in the same manner.[9] Score Carlito's Way: Original Motion Picture Score Soundtrack by Patrick Doyle Released Genre Label 1993 Soundtrack Varese Sarabande . be it music..[31] Music Patrick Doyle composed the original score. Jay-Z also references himself playing a lead role in a fictional movie "Hovito's Way" in the song "Allure".[28] Rapper Jay-Z has used samples of Carlito's dialogue in some of his songs including "Intro/A Million And One Questions/Rhyme No More". Pachanga betraying him. merengue and other authentic styles. Pachangas" An additional sample of dialogue from the film can be found in Living Legends' song "Gotta Question For Ya" from their album Almost Famous.[16] Carlito's Way's influence can be seen in many subsequent forms of media. television shows or video games.

10. 7. 4. 11. 2. 1993 Soundtrack Sony .''Carlito's Way'' 124 No. Title Carlito's Way Carlito And Gail The Cafe Laline You're Over. Man Duration 05:17 04:05 01:59 02:36 02:09 Where's My Cheesecake? 02:12 The Buoy The Elevator There's An Angle Here Grand Central Remember Me 04:04 01:45 02:18 10:08 04:52 Soundtrack Carlito's Way: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists Released Genre Label November 9. 5. 3. 6. 1. 8. 9.

Universal. Jaclyn DeSantis. Rocco (Kelly) and Carlito (Hernandez). Prequel Edwin Torres' first novel Carlito's Way was filmed and released direct-to-video in 2005. 8. P. 6.[35] The film was released on Blu-ray on May 18. p.[22] It was later released on DVD in 2004. August 2000. [9] Carlito's Way Press Pack".[34] In 2007 an HD DVD version was released. 12. [DVD]. 2010. [DVD]. as three prisoners. 7. [3] Carlito's Way Press Pack. [DVD]. David. Burt Young. with a planned sequel for the second half in the works. an interview with De Palma. 33. 5. [12] Pankow. Universal. 4. The Making of Carlito's Way. 13. Although critically panned. and Domenick Lombardozzi also appearing. they soon take control of the drug trade in Spanish Harlem. 10. The Making of Carlito's Way. [4] Bregman.''Carlito's Way'' 125 No. 2. (2004). p. I Love Music Title Artist The O'Jays The Hues Corporation KC and the Sunshine Band Ed Terry Marc Anthony The O'Jays Rock The Boat That's The Way I Like It Rock Your Baby Parece Mentira Backstabbers TSOP-The Sounds Of Philadelphia MFSB Got To Be Real Lady Marmalade Pillow Talk El Watusi Oye Como Va You Are So Beautiful Cheryl Lynn Labelle Sylvia Ray Barretto Santana Joe Cocker Releases The film has been released on VHS and LaserDisc standard and widescreen versions. 7. Earl (Van Peebles). [7] Koepp. Universal. 4. under the title Carlito's Way: Rise to Power. August 2000. p. [6] Torres. Sean Combs. [DVD]. [DVD]. The Making of Carlito's Way. Bill. p.[33] The Ultimate Edition DVD includes deleted scenes. Edwin. Luis Guzmán. The Making of Carlito's Way. (2004).[32] with an Ultimate Edition following in 2005. [11] Carlito's Way Press Pack". (2004). Torres did give the film his blessing and considers it to be quite an accurate adaptation of the first half of his novel. 3. .[36] It stars Jay Hernandez as Carlito. Upon their release. (2004). The story is set in 1969. (2004). [8] De Palma. a making-of documentary and more. Martin.[37] Notes [1] The name was changed to avoid title-conflict with a film that had already been made by the same name [2] Hot Dog magazine. Universal. 30. 2. Brian. with Mario Van Peebles. Michael Joseph Kelly. 8. control their criminal empire within their cell. 11. 1. [10] Hot Dog magazine. 9. p. which features the same bonus material as the Ultimate Edition. [5] Carlito's Way Press Pack. Universal. The Making of Carlito's Way.

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. It was released on November 22. and stars Al Pacino. 1995. It was directed by James Foley.''Two Bits'' 128 Two Bits Two Bits Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Narrated by Starring James Foley Arthur Cohn Joseph Stefano Alec Baldwin Jerry Barone Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Al Pacino Patrick Borriello Andy Romano Donna Mitchell Mary Lou Rosato Carter Burwell Music by Cinematography Juan Ruiz Anchía Editing by Release date(s) Country Language Howard E. Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. The title refers to the American slang term two bits for a quarter dollar. and Jerry Barone. Smith November 22. 1995  United States English Two Bits is an American drama film.

Awards The film was nominated for two awards. and he enlists Gennaro to act as his emissary. External links • Two Bits [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www.''Two Bits'' 129 Plot summary It is a hot summer day in 1933 in South Philadelphia. His grandfather sits outside holding tight to his last quarter. He has some unfinished business with a woman from his past. He has promised the quarter to Gennaro so the boy can buy a ticket to a plush new movie theater. imdb. Best family feature and Best young leading actor. com/ title/ tt0114753/ . But grandpa is not ready to pass on the quarter or pass on to his final reward. where 12-year old Gennaro lives with his widowed mom and his ailing grandfather.

Robert De Niro. and Val Kilmer. while Pacino plays Lt. De Niro plays Neil McCauley. 1995 171 minutes United States English $60. December 15.818 (worldwide) [1] Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Heat is a 1995 American crime film written and directed by Michael Mann.436.''Heat (1995 film)'' 130 Heat (1995 film) Heat Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Michael Mann Michael Mann Art Linson Michael Mann Al Pacino Robert De Niro Val Kilmer Elliot Goldenthal Music by Cinematography Dante Spinotti Editing by Pasquale Buba William Goldenberg Dov Hoenig Tom Rolf Regency Enterprises Warner Bros. a professional thief.000 (estimated) $187. Vincent Hanna.000. It stars Al Pacino. The central conflict of the film was based on the experiences of former Chicago police officer Chuck Adamson and his pursuit of . veteran LAPD homicide detective whose temper and devotion to his job causes him to neglect his family.

During the heist. bail bondsman. McCauley's fence Nate (Jon Voight) sets up a meeting with Van Zant to sell the bonds back and he ostensibly agrees but instructs his men to kill McCauley as a warning to other thieves. making his relationship with his girlfriend Eady (Amy Brenneman) tenuous. In need of a new getaway driver.D. Charlene leaves him and goes with Marciano to a police safe house where Sergeant Drucker (Mykelti Williamson) threatens charging her as an accomplice and sending her son Dominic to a foster home if she doesn't surrender Chris to the police. McCauley narrowly escapes with Chris and leaves him with a doctor to treat his wounds while he tracks down Trejo. Likewise. Hanna's unit is alerted to the robbery in-progress by a confidential informant and surprises McCauley's crew as they're exiting the bank. who he finds at his home severely beaten and blooded by Waingro. Trejo is compromised just hours before the bank robbery. who's now fully aware of his criminal activities.[1] 131 Plot Career criminal Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro) and his crew. McCauley and his crew decide to go through with their final score. Having met face to face. Hanna finds Lauren unconscious in his hotel room from a suicide attempt and rushes her to the hospital. a Las Vegas liquor salesman with a criminal past. Takedown. Michael Cheritto (Tom Sizemore). Trejo (Danny Trejo) and Waingro (Kevin Gage). McCauley thwarts the ambush and vows revenge. an ex-convict frustrated with his demoralizing position as a short order cook at a café. Hanna and his unit stake out the depository but when an officer inadvertently makes a noise exposing the stakeout. Waingro impulsively kills one of the guards forcing the crew to eliminate the remaining two guards out of necessity. Despite the "heat" from the police surveillance. McCauley and Eady are en route to the airport when Nate calls . from which the name of De Niro's character was derived. grossing $67 million in the United States and $187 million worldwide. Robbery-Homicide Division heads the investigation of the armored car heist and learns McCauley's crew plans to rob a precious metals depository next. Lieutenant Vincent Hanna (Al Pacino) of the L. Hanna and McCauley share a mutual respect but readily admit neither will hesitate to kill the other if the circumstances demand it. then hunts down and kills Van Zant and makes new arrangements to flee to New Zealand with Eady. Cherrito. McCauley executes Trejo at his request. where he concedes the problems of his personal life. and created L. Charlene initially agrees but when Chris shows up in disguise she surreptitiously warns him about the police presence and he slips through the dragnet. citing Justine's affair and Hanna's job taking precedence over his personal commitments. McCauley is tipped off and the crew abandon the robbery.A. perpetrate an armored car heist stealing USD$1. Heat was a critical and commercial success. Trejo admits that Van Zant's men called in the tip of the robbery from information Waingro provided. Chris Shiherlis (Val Kilmer). murdering a prostitute with the crime falling under Hanna's jurisdiction as well. Breeden. As he and Justine wait in the lobby for the news of her recovery they admit their marriage will never work.A Takedown as a simplified version after his efforts were unsuccessful. Hanna deliberately intercepts McCauley during a surveillance operation and invites him to coffee.6 million in bearer bonds from money launderer Roger Van Zant (William Fichtner). and snitches he hopes will spread the word.A. McCauley recruits Donald Breeden (Dennis Haysbert). his concern for his neurotic daughter Lauren (Natalie Portman) and the failure of his third marriage due to his grueling work schedule.[2] The film is technically a remake of L.P. the director had been trying to get Heat made for over a decade. Waingro is revealed to be a serial killer. The police surveil Waingro holed up in a hotel near the airport and Hanna attempts to bait McCauley into coming out of hiding by releasing Waingro's whereabouts to the network of bookies. Waingro later escapes when McCauley tries to kill him in retaliation. a 1989 made-for-television film which was also written and directed by Mann. McCauley confesses his profession as a robber forbids attachments and stresses mobility. Fed up with Chris' abuse. With backup from his crew.''Heat (1995 film)'' a criminal named McCauley in the 1960s. Hanna discovers his wife Justine's (Diane Venora) affair and moves to a hotel and McCauley catches Charlene Shiherlis (Ashley Judd) cheating on Chris with Alan Marciano (Hank Azaria). and several police officers including Detective Bosko (Ted Levine) are killed in the ensuing shootout. a bank holdup with an estimated $12 million payoff.

Cassals Ted Levine as Det. dying as he and Hanna hold hands. insightful. Bob Xander Berkeley as Ralph Reception Heat was well-received by critics. the dialogue is complex enough to allow the characters to say what they're thinking: They are eloquent.[4] Roger Ebert gave the film 3½ stars out of 4. and kills Waingro but is forced to abandon Eady when he spots Hanna approaching in the crowd. Of the many imprisonments possible in our world. Above all. McCauley infiltrates the hotel. Vincent Hanna Robert De Niro as Neil McCauley Val Kilmer as Chris Shiherlis Jon Voight as Nate Tom Sizemore as Michael Cheritto Diane Venora as Justine Hanna Amy Brenneman as Eady Ashley Judd as Charlene Shiherlis Mykelti Williamson as Sgt. He risks his assured freedom by detouring to exact his revenge. fanciful.[6] . Bosko Dennis Haysbert as Donald Breedan William Fichtner as Roger Van Zant Natalie Portman as Lauren Gustafson Tom Noonan as Kelso Kevin Gage as Waingro Hank Azaria as Alan Marciano Danny Trejo as Trejo Henry Rollins as Hugh Benny Tone Lōc as Richard Torena Jeremy Piven as Dr. creates a distraction by faking a fire alarm emergency. earning an 86% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes[3] and a score of 75 on Metacritic. poetic when necessary.''Heat (1995 film)'' with Waingro's location and the temptation proves to be too much for the normally disciplined criminal. 132 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Lt. writing: "It's not just an action picture. Drucker Wes Studi as Det. [5] one of the worst must be to be inarticulate — to be unable to tell another person what you really feel. McCauley is then shot and killed by Hanna after a brief foot chase outside the LAX freight terminal." Heat was listed as the 38th greatest film in history in Empire's 2008 list of the "500 Greatest Movies of All Time". They're not trapped with cliches.

htm). supervised by Michael Mann. [7] JUST BLAME THE HEAT (http:/ / free. Pictures .Rotten Tomatoes (http:/ / www. no/ blog/ det-store-kuppet/ & sl=no& tl=en& hl=& ie=UTF-8) [10] Tuckman. A. com/ 1996/ 04/ 19/ arts/ home-video-085600.[12] References [1] "Heat (1985)" (http:/ / boxofficemojo. empireonline. and Norway[7] [8] [9] and a bank robbery in North Hollywood. This included armored car robberies in South Africa. "He's a Goofy Goober. 1996). Retrieved 16 August 2010. uk/ 2/ hi/ americas/ 3124879.nytimes. com/ nl-search/ we/ Archives?p_product=ADHB& p_theme=adhb& p_action=search& p_maxdocs=200& p_topdoc=1& p_text_direct-0=0ED0277BCBF23B70& p_field_direct-0=document_id& p_perpage=10& p_sort=YMD_date:D& s_trackval=GooglePM). com/ apps/ pbcs. nytimes. 'Heat'". the film had to be released on two cassettes. The Blu-ray Disc was released on November 10. za/ 05/ 1209/ leisure/ fmalala. co. Peter M.com/film/titles/heat) at Metacritic • Heat (http://www. Retrieved 29 May 2010. co. com/ 500/ 90. July 2000. featuring an audio commentary by director Michael Mann. featuring a high definition film transfer. The New York Times. com/ movies/ ?id=heat. California. .imdb.html) Jump Cut magazine. asp). boxofficemojo. Akron Beacon Journal.ejumpcut. dll/ article?AID=/ 19951215/ REVIEWS/ 512150302/ 1023) [6] "The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time" (http:/ / www. Together (http://query.metacritic.org/archive/onlinessays/JC43folder/Heat. 43. "Home Video" (http:/ / www.com/title/tt0113277/) at the Internet Movie Database • Heat (http://www.com/m/1068182-heat/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Heat. and numerous documentaries detailing the production of the film. metacritic. rottentomatoes. Empire. [11] Nichols. Denmark. Lindstrom. . which did not include any extra features.[10] Due to its running time. 21–37 • De Niro and Pacino Star in a Film. Thomas (27 February 2005). Retrieved 29 May 2010. Colombia. com/ movies/ movies.rottentomatoes. by J. pp. stm) [9] The big coup (http:/ / translate.[11] A "bare bones" edition of Heat was released on DVD in 1999. "Pacino and De Niro shoot up the screen in explosive 'Heat' On video" (http:/ / nl. com/ m/ 1068182-heat/ ) [4] Heat (1995): Reviews . suntimes.Metacritic (http:/ / www. Home media Heat was released on VHS in June 1996. html?res=990CE2D61231F934A15754C0A963958260).''Heat (1995 film)'' 133 Impact The explicit nature of several of the scenes in Heat was cited as the model of a spate of robberies since its release.allmovie. 2008. [3] Heat Movie Reviews. 2009. php?id=753 External links • Heat (http://www. Jeff (June 21. Daily Herald. deleted scenes.com/work/135459) at Allmovie • Heat (http://www. com/ video/ titles/ heat) [5] Heat :: rogerebert. financialmail.com :: Reviews (http:/ / rogerebert. newsbank. 1996). Retrieved 29 May 2010. com/ translate?u=http:/ / whitelodge.com. [2] George M. Work and genre (http://www. A two-disc special edition DVD was released in 2005. no.com/gst/fullpage. . bbc. (April 19. blu-ray. htm) [8] Life imitates art in Colombia robbery (http:/ / news. from The New York Times . . google. html). [12] http:/ / www.

''Looking for Richard'' 134 Looking for Richard Looking for Richard theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Al Pacino Al Pacino William Shakespeare Al Pacino Frederic Kimball Alec Baldwin Al Pacino Aidan Quinn Winona Ryder Kevin Spacey Howard Shore Starring Music by Cinematography Robert Leacock Editing by William A. Anderson Ned Bastille Pasquale Buba Andre Ross Betz Fox Searchlight Pictures October 11. 1996 (US) 112 minutes United States English Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Looking for Richard is a 1996 documentary film and the first film directed by Al Pacino.[2] . It is both a performance of selected scenes of William Shakespeare's Richard III and a broader examination of Shakespeare's continuing role and relevance in popular culture. The film was featured at the Sundance Film Festival in January 1996[1] and it was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival.

Retrieved 2008-05-16. dll/ article?AID=/ 19961025/ REVIEWS/ 610250303/ 1023). the actors comment on their roles. New York Times.''Looking for Richard'' 135 Description Pacino plays both himself and the title character. James Earl Jones.com/archive/film/pacino_shakespeare.[5] In addition.com/title/tt0116913/) at the Internet Movie Database • Looking for Richard (http://www. suntimes. Retrieved 2008-05-16. html?res=9C00E6D9123EF932A25753C1A960958260). [3] Bruce Weber (6 October 1996).imdb. including Penelope Allen and Harris Yulin[4] . Cast • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Richard III Penelope Allen as Queen Elizabeth Woodville Harris Yulin as King Edward Kevin Spacey as Buckingham Winona Ryder as Lady Anne Kevin Conway as Lord Hastings Julie Moret as Mistress Shore Estelle Parsons as Queen Margaret Alec Baldwin as Clarence Aidan Quinn as Richmond References [1] Janet Maslin (29 January 2002). Derek Jacobi. . variety. nytimes.htm) . html). .[3] Pacino and several fellow actors. Pacino also features other actors famous for performing Shakespeare. com/ gst/ fullpage. Famous commercials have been aired on AFN regarding Richards whereabouts. . "Al Pacino. . Retrieved 2008-05-16. festival-cannes. New York Times. "Films on Junior High School And a Farm Win at Sundance" (http:/ / query. Kenneth Branagh. December 2001 web article.americanpopularculture. com/ en/ archives/ ficheFilm/ id/ 4718/ year/ 1996.com/m/looking_for_richard/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Magazine Americana. com/ apps/ pbcs. html?categoryid=31& cs=1). (http://www. nytimes. Retrieved 2008-05-16. Chicago Sun-Times. act out scenes from the play.rottentomatoes. com/ gst/ fullpage. nytimes. com/ gst/ fullpage. [4] Godfrey Cheshire (5 February 1996). John Gielgud. New York Times. festival-cannes. "Looking Through Richard: Al Pacino and his Call to Shakespeare". Slouching (Again) Toward Shakespeare" (http:/ / query.com. Are You Out There?" (http:/ / query. [5] Roger Ebert (25 October 1996). [2] "Festival de Cannes: Looking for Richard" (http:/ / www. External links • Looking for Richard (http://www. "Royal Monster. "Looking For Richard" (http:/ / rogerebert. [6] Janet Maslin (11 October 1996). and Kevin Kline. Retrieved 2009-09-20. .[6] Pacino includes interviews with Shakespeare scholars and ordinary people on the street. such as Vanessa Redgrave. html?res=9505EEDF1039F93AA15752C0A960958260& sec=& spon=& pagewanted=all). New York Times. Retrieved 2008-05-16. com/ review/ VE1117910793. "Looking For Richard" (http:/ / www. . html?res=940CE7DA1F3CF935A35753C1A960958260& sec=& spon=& pagewanted=all). The movie guides the audience through the play's plot and historical background.

''City Hall (film)'' 136 City Hall (film) City Hall Directed by Produced by Harold Becker Harold Becker Kenneth Lipper Charles Mulvehill Edward R. US $40 000 000 $33 300 000 . 1996 111 min. Jones Columbia Pictures [1] Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Budget Gross revenue February 16. Pressman Kenneth Lipper Paul Schrader Nicholas Pileggi Bo Goldman Al Pacino John Cusack Bridget Fonda Danny Aiello Richard Schiff David Paymer and Martin Landau Jerry Goldsmith Michael Seresin David Bretherton Robert C.

The scandal snowballs to the point that Anselmo is instructed by Paul Zapatti to "take the pressure off" himself. They kill each other in a shootout. attempts to see that Santos' widow receives his full benefits. According to the website BoxOfficeMojo.to quit as mayor and leave politics for good ("You're gonna take yourself out. One day. He encounters Frank Anselmo. including the governor's office and the White House. . To protect his family. His loyal deputy mayor is Kevin Calhoun. "Ripped From the Headlines" Elements of the story are loosely based on New York City's political turmoil in the mid-1980s. You're gonna take yourself out. is also involved."). Emerging from a crippling near bankruptcy. Calhoun digs for the truth. a young man from Louisiana who grew up loving politics. An investigation leads to a question as to why Judge Walter Stern. The plot follows the aftermath of the death of a boy caught in the crossfire of a shootout between a drug dealer and a detective. they ultimately come to the conclusion that Judge Stern had to be on the take. the mayor. 137 Plot John Pappas is the mayor of New York and has far more grand ambitions.S. had set Zapatti free on probation for a recent crime rather than send him to jail.his idol. Democratic Queens borough president Donald Manes was a popular politician who turned his role into more of a proactive office. The deputy mayor and Cogan continue to seek the truth from a number of sources. but Calhoun knows one more thing -. an old friend of the mayor's. Pappas agrees that Stern must resign. Koch himself has a brief cameo in the film as a newscaster. A series of corruption investigations revealed he was using his office to orchestrate various kickback schemes. The result of these 1986 investigations led Manes to have a nervous breakdown. by which he means commit suicide rather than become an informer or go to jail. Anselmo shoots himself. Many of his associates were forced to resign or faced prosecution. and eventually commit suicide. Al Pacino and John Cusack star as a Mayor of New York and his idealistic deputy mayor. The scandal is nearly at an end. the film grossed an estimated $20 million in the U. rather than ceremonial. with a stray bullet also causing the death of an innocent small boy named James Bone. the dramatic investigation of an equally powerful mayor (Pappas) and borough president (Anselmo) draw many similarities. Legal aid Marybeth Cogan. the uncle of the cop-killer.''City Hall (film)'' City Hall is a 1996 film directed by Harold Becker. John. a Brooklyn politician who has connections to organized crime boss Paul Zapatti. including Santos' partner and another Zapatti relative. Anselmo plants money at Zapatti's behest to smear the detective's good name. Mayor Ed Koch's popularity was shaken by the Queens borough president's suicide and the indictment of his associates. While the plot of City Hall uses a child's wrongful death and cover-up. the city enjoyed modest success under the leadership of popular mayor Ed Koch. After the murder of probation officer Larry Schwartz. a criminal with mob ties. an off-duty police detective named Eddie Santos is ambushed by Tino Zapatti.com. but there seems to be a conspiracy to paint the slain detective as less than honest. meanwhile. He is the one who put Stern together with Anselmo to receive a bribe and leave the young Zapatti on the street. Further investigations revealed no connection between Koch and Manes' kickback schemes. Calhoun soon tells Pappas there is only one choice -.

html .com References [1] [2] [3] [4] Company credits for City Hall (1996) (http:/ / www. com/ MovieSpeeches/ moviespeechcityhall. com/ title/ tt0115907/ companycredits). rottentomatoes. IMDb http:/ / www. imdb. imdb. com/ m/ city_hall/ http:/ / www.''City Hall (film)'' 138 Cast • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Mayor John Pappas John Cusack as Kevin Calhoun Danny Aiello as Frank Anselmo Bridget Fonda as Marybeth Cogan Tony Franciosa as Paul Zapatti Martin Landau as Judge Walter Stern David Paymer as Abe Goodman Richard Schiff as Larry Schwartz External links • City Hall [2] at the Internet Movie Database • City Hall [3] at Rotten Tomatoes • Mayor Papas' Eulogy in Text and Audio [4] from AmericanRhetoric. americanrhetoric. com/ title/ tt0115907/ http:/ / www.

under the alias "Donnie Brasco". 1997 147 minutes  United States Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue English $35. Johnny Depp and Michael Madsen. Patrick McCormick Paul Attanasio Al Pacino Johnny Depp Michael Madsen Anne Heche Bruno Kirby Tri-Star February 28. one of the Mafia's Five Families based in New York City during the 1970s. Pistone. It is based on the real-life events of Joseph D.909.000 $124.''Donnie Brasco (film)'' 139 Donnie Brasco (film) Donnie Brasco Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Mike Newell Alan Greenspan. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. starring Al Pacino.762 [1] Donnie Brasco is a 1997 crime drama film directed by Mike Newell. .000. an FBI agent who infiltrated the Bonanno crime family.

with 45 "fresh" reviews and 7 "rotten. the boss of Lefty's crew.[5] Peter Travers of the Rolling Stone praised the film. his son is a drug addict and he is continually passed over for promotion to a higher position within the crime family. He takes Donnie under his wing. and moving gangland thriller. Meanwhile. name changed to Paulie Zeljko Ivanek as Tim Curley Jack Rann as Dean Blandford Andrew Parks as Hollman Robert Miano as Alphonse "Sonny Red" Indelicato Brian Tarantina as Anthony "Bruno" Indelicato Rocco Sisto as Richard 'Richie' Gazzo Carl Mercadante (cameo role) Reception Donnie Brasco received mostly positive reviews. clever. In addition. he befriends Benjamin "Lefty" Ruggiero.''Donnie Brasco (film)'' 140 Plot Starting in 1975. His long absences and change in personality drive a wedge between Pistone and his wife and three children. as an "associate" (the lowest Mafia rank describing people who have criminal ties to the Mafia but are not actual members) and is later nearly officially inducted into the mob as a "made man." Mike LaSalle from the San Francisco Chronicle gave the film a positive review and said that Donnie Brasco was "a first class Mafia thriller." The longer Pistone plays the role of a gangster." [3] Roger Ebert from the Chicago Sun-Times gave it three and a half stars out of four. Calling himself Donnie Brasco and posing as a jewel thief expert from Vero Beach."[2] The film currently has an 87% positive review rating on RottenTomatoes. . a low-level mob hit man whose personal life is in tatters. saying that "Donnie Brasco is one terrific movie. satisfying gumbo of back stabbing. He knows that when the day finally comes that the FBI arrests his mob associates. Entertainment Weekly called it a "wonderfully dense. Lefty can't seem to make enough money. also praising Paul Attanasio's screenplay--"a rich.7. the slightest mistake in his performance as a mobster could result in death to him and his family. FBI agent Joseph D. Pistone has come to regard Lefty as a close and trusted friend. and Dominick "Sonny Black" Napolitano. shady business maneuvers. Pistone is assigned to infiltrate the New York City–based Bonanno crime family. the more he finds himself actually becoming Donnie Brasco during his rare off-duty hours.com." Metacritic cites that the film has a generally favorable 76/100 positive reviews. Florida." and gave it an A-. while the user rating is 8. In Donnie. at least. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Benjamin "Lefty" Ruggiero Johnny Depp as Joseph "Donnie Brasco" Pistone Michael Madsen as Dominick "Sonny Black" Napolitano Bruno Kirby as Nicky Santora Anne Heche as Maggie Pistone James Russo as John "Booby" Cersani. He continually reminds Brasco of his growing disillusionment about having spent 30 years in the Mafia (and killing 26 people).[4] Siskel and Ebert gave Donnie Brasco two thumbs up. he will be ending Lefty's life as surely as if he himself had killed him. Lefty sees a young protégé who might be able to succeed where he failed. and mayhem. with little to show for it. Donnie quickly becomes accepted by the other family members.

"[6] New York Magazine called him "graceful" and found his acting highly believable: "We can believe that the mob might take him for a tough. but the FBI arrested him before this could happen and he was left alone to serve his prison term.000. • King's Court was located in Holiday. portrayed as "Nicky" by Bruno Kirby.com. Taylor called Donnie Brasco "the best in this series of duets" and singled out Pacino's skills: "His final scene is all the more heartbreaking for the economy of gesture and feeling he brings it. was never murdered by Benjamin Ruggiero. 19. writing in Salon. • Joe Pistone was not involved in the murders of Alphonse Indelicato. Pistone only found out about it afterwards. remarking on Pacino's frequent cooperations with younger actors (Sean Penn. Ruggiero died of lung cancer on Thanksgiving in 1994. though. Since the 1980s. Cersani had dealings with Donnie Brasco from back in 1972 and was actually brought up on racketeering charges in 1982 that were brought on by the Donnie Brasco investigation.762 in the US.000 internationally. Florida on U. the building was moved to house a church on Darlington Road in Holiday. was the one who willingly allowed himself to be murdered for having allowed Pistone's infiltration."[6] Entertainment Weekly reserved its highest praise for Pacino: "If Donnie Brasco belongs to any actor. • It is implied that the character Lefty was killed by the Bonanno family for allowing Pistone to infiltrate the crime family. Academy Award nominations The film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Adapted Screenplay. Subsequent wiretaps and intelligence reports confirm that this was indeed ordered throughout the Mafia.000 open contract on [Pistone's] head". Tony almost did this after Joe got into an argument with a drunken patron at a nightclub. the head of The Commission and boss of the Gambino crime family at that time. Historicity • The loan shark collection scene at the strip club really did happen. TriStar Pictures. It's an exit that does justice to both the actor and the role. allegedly on the orders of then-current imprisoned boss Philip "Rusty" Rastelli.S. filed a libel suit against Sony Corporations. except that Joe Pistone was with the notorious Anthony Mirra not Lefty. after serving federal time for crimes in both New York and Florida. it's Al Pacino. and it leaves an ache in the movie. and then after his release because his cancer was terminal. in reality. • Over the closing credits the film states that at the time of its release "there is still a $500. as he is still alive and a high ranking member of the Bonanno crime family as of 2010. The mob was going to have him murdered.com review hailed Depp's performance as "sensational. John Cusack). the film director Mike Newell and other corporations that were involved in producing the film."[2] 141 Box office The movie grossed $41. and an estimated $83. ordered all Mafia bounties on Pistone to be rescinded. In reality Dominic "Sonny Black" Napolitano. Following separate sitdowns FBI officials had with the Bonanno crime family and Paul Castellano. • Bonanno soldier John "Boobie" Cersani (whose character was called Paulie in the movie) played by James Russo."[7] According to Charles Taylor. .''Donnie Brasco (film)'' Critics praised Depp's performance especially: a Salon.909. Phillip Giaccone and Dominick Trinchera. • Nicholas Santora. ambitious young hood--he has the wariness and the self-confidence that creates an aura. both Pacino and Depp are "in top form".

00. com/ books?id=u-gCAAAAMBAJ& pg=PA55& dq="Donnie+ Brasco"+ depp& client=firefox-a& cd=4#v=onepage& q="Donnie Brasco" depp& f=false). boxofficemojo. . [2] Gleiberman.com/title/tt0119008/) at the Internet Movie Database • Donnie Brasco (http://www. Owen (1997-03-17). com/ m/ Donnie_Brasco/ ). 55–56.286975. "Rev. [7] Denby. "Donnie Brasco" is smarter than the average mob movie. At_the_Movies_(1982–1990_TV_series).com/movies/?id=donniebrasco. "Donnie Brasco: With Al Pacino and Johnny Depp in top form. html?sec=6& subsec=donnie+ brasco). [5] "Donnie Brasco" (http:/ / bventertainment. com/ apps/ pbcs." (http:/ / www.com.''Donnie Brasco (film)'' 142 References [1] "Donnie Brasco (1997)" (http:/ / www. go. [4] "Donnie Brasco" (http:/ / rogerebert. com/ tv/ buenavista/ atm/ reviews.boxofficemojo. Retrieved 2010-06-07. David (1997-03-17). Retrieved 2009-12-21.rottentomatoes. "Movies: The Sting" (http:/ / books. [3] "Donnie Brasco" (http:/ / www. Entertainment Weekly. . Charles (1997-03-28).com/m/Donnie_Brasco/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Donnie Brasco (http://www. dll/ article?AID=/ 19970227/ REVIEWS/ 702270302/ 1023). Retrieved 2010-02-13. suntimes. google. Retrieved 2009-12-21. Rotten Tomatoes. salon.. New York Magazine: pp. . rottentomatoes. .htm) at Box Office Mojo . Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved 2009-12-21. htm). [6] Taylor. . . com/ ent/ movies/ review/ 1997/ 03/ 28/ brasco/ ). Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2010-06-07. External links • Donnie Brasco (http://www. html). Salon. ew. Retrieved 2010-02-13. of Donnie Brasco (1997)" (http:/ / www.imdb. com/ ew/ article/ 0. com/ movies/ ?id=donniebrasco. 1997-04-11. .

1997 143 minutes United States . October 17.''The Devil's Advocate (film)'' 143 The Devil's Advocate (film) The Devil's Advocate Theatrical Poster Directed by Produced by Taylor Hackford Anne Kopelson Arnold Kopelson Arnon Milchan Screenplay: Jonathan Lemkin Tony Gilroy Novel: Andrew Neiderman Keanu Reeves Al Pacino Charlize Theron Jeffrey Jones Judith Ivey Connie Nielsen Craig T. Nelson Tamara Tunie Ruben Santiago-Hudson Debra Monk James Newton Howard Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Andrzej Bartkowiak Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Mark Warner Regency Enterprises Warner Bros.

Kevin tells Milton about Barzoon's threats. Kevin accepts the job and moves with his wife Mary Ann (Charlize Theron) to Manhattan. Chadwick & Waters. Pam appears as a demon through a mirror. but Kevin saw Milton in court with him at the time of the alleged attack. Kevin spends an increasing amount of time at work. "Nobody wins 'em all". Milton offers to back Kevin regardless. Kevin destroys the credibility of the victim (Heather Matarazzo). During the trial. while Mary Ann shows signs of mental illness. After his jury delivers a not guilty verdict. John Milton. is convinced that Kevin is competing for his job after finding his name in the company papers as a partner. After the trial Kevin finds Mary Ann in a nearby church. Kevin first defends a Voodoo sorcerer (Delroy Lindo) who ritually sacrificed an animal. a corporate billionaire accused of murdering his wife and child. who take on demonic appearances. . Kevin learns his client is guilty. John Milton (Al Pacino) offers Kevin a large salary and a swanky apartment if he joins the firm. a defense attorney in Gainesville. Mary Ann cuts her throat with the glass. As Kevin tries to break down the door. She is naked and covered with cuts. Alone with Mary Ann. Although Kevin tries walking away. She tells her husband that Milton raped and mutilated her. Alice's (Judith Ivey) warning about sinful big city life. Following Kevin.[2] The movie has some minor allusions to Milton's epic.660 [1] 144 The Devil's Advocate is a 1997 American thriller-horror film directed by Taylor Hackford starring Keanu Reeves. Florida. Mary Ann smashes the mirror and uses the pieces to attack Pam. Kevin is approached by Weaver with knowledge of the law firm's illegal activities. than to serve in Heaven". He begins having fantasies about co-worker Christabella Andreoli (Connie Nielsen). He defends a schoolteacher. The film's title is a reference to the common phrase "devil's advocate". who offers him a large sum of money to help the firm with a jury selection. Milton suggests that Kevin step down from the trial but Kevin refuses. Nelson). he stops when Weaver tells him that Mr. He compares the incident to kashrut law and claims that his client is protected under freedom of religion. Barzoon threatens to inform United States Attorney Weaver about the situation. visit Mary Ann. A reporter tells him. further eroding her sanity. winning the case. Al Pacino and Charlize Theron. Weaver walks into the street and is killed by a car. Alice and Pam (Debra Monk). Mr. killing herself. against a charge of child molestation.944. Kevin realizes she is lying and tells Milton he believes Cullen is guilty. Plot Kevin Lomax (Keanu Reeves). Mary Ann witnesses this. While jogging in Central Park Barzoon is beaten to death by vagrants. Kevin decides to proceed and wins an acquittal. Kevin is approached by a representative of the New York law firm Milton. Although Kevin denies any knowledge. further separating him from Mary Ann. While preparing Cullen's mistress Melissa (Laura Harrington) to testify about her lover's alibi. and Pacino's character is a sly tribute to the author of Paradise Lost. Gettys (Chris Bauer). Eddie Barzoon (Jeffrey Jones). Despite his Evangelical Christian mother. but Milton is unconcerned. Gettys was found with the dead body of a girl in his car trunk. This case demands more of Kevin's time. and based on a novel by Andrew Neiderman. the firm's managing attorney. Kevin's case manager at the firm. he believes that Mary Ann injured herself and has her committed. Through a harsh cross-examination. has never lost a case.''The Devil's Advocate (film)'' Language Budget Gross revenue English $57 million $152. such as the famous quotation "Better to reign in Hell. leaving Mary Ann feeling isolated. Kevin next defends Alexander Cullen (Craig T.

and that Kevin could have left at any time. Kevin realizes that he always wanted to win.536 during its opening weekend in the United States[6] finishing second in the box office. and left Mary Ann behind.660. definitely my favorite sin. Satan explains that he wants Kevin and Christabella. who is Kevin's half-sister. and that a scene involving the sculpture infringed Hart's rights under copyright law. agreed to edit the scene for future releases and to attach stickers to unedited videotapes to indicate there was no relation between the sculpture in the film and Hart's work. and part morality play"[4] while Roger Ebert wrote "The movie never fully engaged me.C.944. After Kevin and Mary Ann leave. no matter the cost. Milton admits to raping Mary Ann. Kevin fires a pistol into his father's chest.000 in foreign grosses. Kevin leaves the hospital to confront Milton. Kevin reluctantly agrees. to conceive a child: the Antichrist. despite the threat of being disbarred.[5] Box office performance The Devil's Advocate earned $12. Alice reveals that Milton is his father. Nelson as Alexander Cullen Tamara Tunie as Jackie Heath Ruben Santiago-Hudson as Leamon Heath Debra Monk as Pam Garrety . Kevin wakes up during the recess of the Gettys trial.000. part supernatural thriller." 145 Reception The Devil's Advocate received generally favorable reviews and holds a 65% rating in Rotten Tomatoes[3] .[7] Legal problems The film was the subject of legal action following its release. the reporter shapeshifts into a grinning Milton. pleading for an interview and promising to make Kevin a star." It also holds a rating of 60 on Metacritic. After some prodding from Mary Ann. and $92. A reporter follows Kevin and Mary Ann. Kevin blames Milton for everything that happened. triggering a vision of Hell. Kevin announces that he can no longer represent his pedophile client. but the bullets have no effect. Warner Bros. and the John Grisham stuff clashed with the Exorcist stuff. It ended with a total domestic gross of $60. He offers Kevin anything that he wants. but Satan explains that he merely "set the stage". my mind raced ahead of the plot.170. Breaking the fourth wall. "Vanity. he says. Critic James Berardinelli wrote that the film "is a highly-enjoyable motion picture that's part character study. D.[8] After a federal judge ruled that the film's video release would be delayed until the case went to trial unless a settlement was reached. The claim was that the sculpture featuring human forms in John Milton's apartment closely resembled the Ex nihilo sculpture by Frederick Hart on the facade of the Episcopal National Cathedral in Washington. Kevin realizes that Milton is not only his father but also Satan. Kevin cites free will and shoots himself in the head.''The Devil's Advocate (film)'' Before he can mourn.[9] Cast • • • • • • • • • • Keanu Reeves as Kevin Lomax Al Pacino as John Milton Charlize Theron as Mary Ann Lomax Jeffrey Jones as Eddie Barzoon Judith Ivey as Alice Lomax Connie Nielsen as Christabella Andreoli Craig T. After embracing Mary Ann..

com/ title/ tt0118971/ business) [7] The Devil's Advocate (1997) (http:/ / www.com/work/158823) at Allmovie • The Devil's Advocate (http://www. com/ visual/ devil/ devil. php?identifier=1957) [5] (http:/ / www. com/ m/ devils_advocate/ ?name_order=asc) [4] (http:/ / www. metacritic. com/ movie/ review?res=9C00E5D8123FF934A25753C1A961958260). benedict.imdb. htm [2] The Devil's Advocate Movie Review (http:/ / movies. boxofficemojo. nytimes. reelviews.com/m/devils_advocate/) at Rotten Tomatoes .rottentomatoes. aspx) [9] Movie studio settles claim over copyrighted sculpture (http:/ / www. rcfp. com/ movies/ ?id=devilsadvocate. htm) [8] The Devil's Advocate (http:/ / www. boxofficemojo.com/title/tt0118971/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Devil's Advocate (http://www. External links • The Devil's Advocate (http://www. Justice Dept. php?i=1757) The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. com/ video/ titles/ devilsadvocate?q=the devil's advocate) [6] The Devil's Advocate (1997) . net/ php_review_template.''The Devil's Advocate (film)'' • • • • • • • Vyto Ruginis as Mitch Weaver.allmovie. org/ newsitems/ index. rottentomatoes. com/ movies/ ?id=devilsadvocate. imdb. Laura Harrington as Melissa Black Pamela Gray as Diana Barzoon Heather Matarazzo as Barbara George Wyner as Meisel Delroy Lindo as Phillipe Moyez (uncredited) Don King as himself 146 References [1] http:/ / www.Box office / business (http:/ / www. New York Times [3] (http:/ / www.

''The Insider (film)'' 147 The Insider (film) The Insider Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Michael Mann Pieter Jan Brugge Michael Mann Marie Brenner Eric Roth Michael Mann Al Pacino Russell Crowe Christopher Plummer Diane Venora Roger Bart Rip Torn Bruce McGill Michael Gambon Gina Gershon Philip Baker Hall Paul Perri Pieter Bourke Lisa Gerrard Graeme Revell Dante Spinotti William Goldenberg David Rosenbloom Paul Rubell Touchstone Pictures November 5. 1999 157 minutes United States Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country .

1996. In the privacy of the hotel room. Best Editing. Diane Venora.289. who orders him to sign an expanded confidentiality agreement. objected. Kentucky. A lawyer at the meeting claims that Wigand’s confidentiality agreement. Jeffrey Wigand (Crowe) packs his belongings and leaves his Brown & Williamson office. They conclude this could give Wigand some protection against Brown & Williamson should he do an interview for 60 Minutes. under threat of revoking his severance pay and medical coverage and initiating legal proceedings. Wigand agrees to interpret and explain the scientific tobacco-related documents. Gina Gershon. would effectively silence Wigand under mountains of litigation and massive legal fees. where he and Wallace discuss Wigand’s situation and the potential damage he could do to Big Tobacco. calls and accuses Bergman of treachery. as seen through the eyes of a real tobacco executive. Michael Gambon. Bergman says Wigand has to decide for himself whether to blow the whistle on big tobacco. Plot In Lebanon. Hezbollah militants escort producer Lowell Bergman (Pacino) to Hezbollah founder Sheikh Fadlallah. When Liane asks about the boxes in Wigand’s car. It was directed by Mann. Debi Mazar. Wigand appears at a meeting with Brown & Williamson CEO Thomas Sandefur (Gambon). Bruce McGill (attorney Ron Motley). Laurence Tisch. Wigand. Reassured. California. Christopher Plummer (Mike Wallace). The story was later aired on February 4.''The Insider (film)'' Language Budget Gross revenue English $68 million $60. Jeffrey Wigand. and that the CEOs should fear Wigand. but stresses that he cannot talk about anything else because of his confidentiality agreement. Russell Crowe (Jeffrey Wigand). and Colm Feore. After leaving with the documents. Best Cinematography.912 148 The Insider is a 1999 film that tells the controversial true story of a 60 Minutes television series segment. Bergman proposes that Wigand could be compelled to speak through a court order arising from unrelated State litigation against Big Tobacco aimed at recovering Medicare and Medicaid costs arising from tobacco-related illnesses. and approaches a friend at the Food and Drug Administration for the name of someone who can put the information in layman’s terms. . Bergman returns to Columbia Broadcast System Headquarters in New York City. Philip Baker Hall (Don Hewitt). Bergman visits Wigand’s house the next day and maintains that he did not reveal anything to Brown & Williamson. Lindsay Crouse. only to be steadfastly rebuffed. The 60 Minutes story originally aired in November 1995 in an altered form because CBS’ then-owner. Bergman eventually convinces him to meet at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville. Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published. The movie was adapted by Eric Roth and Michael Mann from the Vanity Fair magazine article "The Man Who Knew Too Much" by Marie Brenner. Curious with Wigand’s refusal to even speak to him. enraged at the threats and believing that Bergman notified Sandefur about their confidential meeting. It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Russell Crowe). Bergman is referred to Wigand. Upon returning home to Berkeley. Best Sound and Best Writing. he reveals that he was fired from his job that morning. Lowell convinces him to be interviewed by Mike Wallace (Plummer) for CBS show 60 Minutes. Rip Torn. In Louisville. The film stars Al Pacino (Lowell Bergman). and calls him at his home. one of whom suffers from acute asthma. Best Picture. returning home to his wife Liane (Venora) and two children. combined with Big Tobacco’s unlimited checkbook. Bergman receives an anonymous package containing documents relating to tobacco company Philip Morris. Wigand talks to Bergman about the seven CEOs of "Big Tobacco" perjuring themselves to the United States Congress about their awareness of nicotine’s addictiveness. Best Director.

At this point the film shifts its emphasis from Wigand to Bergman. during which he says nicotine acts as a drug. the edited interview is broadcast. Wigand receives death threats via email and finds a bullet in his mailbox. Wigand begins his new teaching job and talks to Richard Scruggs. Bergman and Wallace go to a meeting with CBS Corporate about the Wigand interview. During Wigand’s interview with Wallace. The more truth Wigand tells. One night while asleep. Days later. Soon after. Bergman discovers that Big Tobacco have distorted and exaggerated numerous claims. Wigand goes to the Mississippi court and gives his deposition. Bergman attempts to call Wigand at his hotel but receives no answer. Bergman assures him they will. Wigand returns to Louisville. A PR firm hired by Big Tobacco initiates a smear campaign against Wigand. Mississippi. and Wigand begins teaching chemistry and Japanese at a Louisville high school. leaving Bergman alone in the stance of airing it uncensored. Bergman vehemently disagrees. the hotel manager spies Wigand sitting alone. Wigand screams at Bergman.''The Insider (film)'' The Wigand family move into a newer. obtained by Brown & Williamson’s lawyers. Meanwhile. 149 . Per Bergman’s request. Wigand phones Bergman and demands to fly to New York and tape his testimony immediately. Enraged over the threats to his family. and begins to become paranoid. The next night. after subtly accusing him of being emotionally unbalanced. one known as tortious interference: if two parties have an agreement. Following his testimony. Upon returning home. He instead calls the hotel manager. where Bergman asks Wigand about incidents from his past that Big Tobacco might use against him. Bergman releases his findings to the Wall Street Journal reporter and tells him to push the deadline. Wigand is threatened with the contention that if he testifies and returns to Kentucky he could be imprisoned for contempt of court. and convinces a reporter from the Wall Street Journal to delay the story until it can be disproven. Upon investigation. Peering into Wigand’s room. Wigand’s wife is struggling under the pressure and tells him so. the theory applied goes. prompting him to contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation who. Though the restraining order. he’s alerted by his daughter to sounds outside the house. Wigand reveals several incriminating incidents before declaring he can’t see how they would affect his testimony. The trio express an interest in Bergman’s idea and tell him to have Wigand call them. lost in a daydream about the idyllic life he could have led without his testimony. the greater the damage. He continues by saying Brown & Williamson have consciously ignored public health considerations in the name of profit. was thrown out in Mississippi. with Mississippi’s attorney general Mike Moore. he discovers a fresh shoe print in his newly planted garden. Wigand discovers that Bergman has given him some security personnel. and claims that the reason CBS Corporate is leaning on CBS News to edit the interview is because they fear that the prospect of a multi-billion dollar lawsuit could jeopardize the sale of CBS to Westinghouse. Through Wigand. due to his constant fights with CBS management. who opens Wigand’s door but is stopped by the chain. The applicability of a legal theory has emerged. It is later suggested that an edited interview take the place of the original. Wallace and Don Hewitt agree to edit the interview. Wigand travels to Pascagoula. and one of those parties is induced by a third party to break that agreement. where he is served a restraining order issued by a State court in the Kentucky to prevent him from testifying. In Louisville. are suing Big Tobacco to reimburse the state for Medicaid funds used to treat people with smoking-related illnesses. After a lengthy period of introspection. Bergman contacts several private investigators who do begin their own investigation. dredging up details about his life and publishing a 500-page dossier. Bergman contacts Richard Scruggs (Feore) and Ron Motley (McGill) who. accusing him of manipulating him into his position. Wigand states that Brown & Williamson is making their cigarettes more addictive. Bergman is ordered to go on "vacation" (which is really a suspension). confiscate his computer for evidence. the hotel manager convinces Wigand to accept Bergman’s phone call. the third party can be sued by the other parties for any damages. such as a confidentiality agreement. Meanwhile. After bluntly telling Wallace over the phone what he thought of the news broadcast. where he discovers that his wife and children have left him. Wigand and Bergman have dinner together. more affordable house. and a greater likelihood that CBS will be faced by a multi-billion dollar lawsuit from Brown & Williamson.

Mann approached Roth to help him co-write The Insider. he is still quitting. saying. Roth interviewed Bergman numerous times for research and the two men became friends. In 1996. With a budget set at $68 million. Over the years. the two men kept in touch. After hanging up. Bergman contacts The New York Times and reveals the scandal that occurred at 60 Minutes. Bergman was going through the events depicted in The Insider. while condemning Big Tobacco’s 500-page smear as "the lowest form of character assassination. at the bar at the Broadway Deli in Santa Monica. Mann first conceived of what would become The Insider (then known only as "The Untitled Tobacco Project") between the Wigand-lite aired interview in November 1995 and February 1996." The final shot is of him leaving the building. about the first 25 years of the Central Intelligence Agency. Murrow for bowing to such attempts to silence publication of a truthful news story. He had read a screenplay that Eric Roth had written. called The Good Shepherd. Lowell Bergman works for the PBS show Frontline and teaches at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California.''The Insider (film)'' Bergman tells Wigand that he is important to a lot of people and tries to assure Wigand that he is doing the right thing by offering that "heroes like him are in short supply". after which the Times publishes a scathing article that accuses CBS of betraying the legacy of their famous reporter. They had met in 1989 and talked about a few projects but nothing happened. Wigand won the Sallie Mae First Class Teacher of the Year award. when the segment aired in its entirety and Bergman was asked to leave 60 Minutes. Bergman discussed his trials and tribulations with Mann. news reports and 60 Minutes transcripts. Edward R. 150 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Lowell Bergman Russell Crowe as Jeffrey Wigand Renee Olstead as Deborah Wigand Christopher Plummer as Mike Wallace Diane Venora as Liane Wigand Philip Baker Hall as Don Hewitt Lindsay Crouse as Sharon Tiller Debi Mazar as Debbie De Luca Stephen Tobolowsky as Eric Kluster Colm Feore as Richard Scruggs Bruce McGill as Ron Motley Gina Gershon as Helen Caperelli Michael Gambon as Thomas Sandefur Roger Bart as Seelbach Hotel Manager Jack Palladino as Jack Palladino Production When Mann was in post-production on Heat. . Bergman talks to Wallace and he tells him that despite their finally airing the piece. After he and Mann wrote the first draft together. Meanwhile. "What got broken here doesn’t go back together again. The director knew of Bergman’s reputation as a man of his word and was intrigued. A series of title cards appear stating that a $246 billion settlement was made by tobacco companies with Mississippi and other States in their lawsuit and that Wigand lives in South Carolina. Berkeley. Based on this script. Mann began collecting a massive amount of documents to research the events depicted in the film: depositions. Mann and Roth wrote several outlines together and talked about the structure of the story. The Wall Street Journal exonerates Wigand and reveals his deposition in Mississippi. In the final scene. receiving national recognition for his teaching skills. Dr. talking about Bergman’s experiences and at one point Mann was interested in doing a movie on an arms merchant in Marbella that Bergman knew." 60 Minutes finally broadcasts the full interview with Wigand.

Pacino had seen the veteran actor on the stage many times and was a big fan of Plummer’s work. he and Mann spent six weeks together before shooting began.A. was apprehensive at playing someone much older than himself when there were so many good actors in that age range. They also said that Bergman negotiated a movie deal with Mann while the case was still going on. Mann and Pacino hung out with reporters from Time magazine. As they continued to write more drafts. Crowe. Wigand requested a ban on cigarettes in the film. They claimed that Bergman was frequently on the phone with Mann and took notes during all CBS meetings. shortly before receiving his subpoena. Wallace. directly across the Ohio River from Louisville. who had worked with Mann previously in Heat. The man playing Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore is not an actor. the two men made minor adjustments in chronology and invented some extraneous dialogue but also stuck strictly to the facts whenever possible. The whistle blower was still under his confidentiality agreement and would not break it for Roth or Mann. Despite revisions. was more than willing to take on the role. Mississippi where the real Wigand’s deposition was given. who was only 33 years old at the time. When Crowe read the scene where Wigand finds out that the 60 Minutes interview he did will not be aired. as the character Wigand enters the airport. Kentucky. Moore plays himself. 151 Controversy Trouble began before The Insider was even released. Alaska on the actor’s one day off and had him read scenes from The Insider screenplay for two to three hours. Mann and Roth were not interested in making a documentary. He had read an early draft of the screenplay and objected to how quickly he changed his mind and publicly criticized CBS. Al Pacino was Mann’s only choice to play Lowell Bergman. However. Crowe put on 35 pounds for the role. Pacino suggested Mann to cast Christopher Plummer in the role of Mike Wallace. he captured the essence of Wigand so well that Mann knew he had found the perfect actor for the role. During a scene where Pacino and Crowe are speaking in a parked car. Once Crowe was cast. He wanted to see the actor play a role that he had never seen him do in a movie before. Confidential. in particular. was upset that the film would not portray him in the most flattering way. a large clockface can be seen in the background. Pacino. Pacino told Mann to watch Plummer in Sidney Lumet’s Stage Struck (1958) and afterwards he was the director’s only choice to play Wallace—Plummer did not have to audition. To research for the film. a woman in the background is seen smoking a cigarette. This is actually the Colgate Clock. Indiana. also. Mann flew Crowe down from Canada where he was in the middle of filming Mystery. Val Kilmer was considered by Mann for the role of Jeffrey Wigand. The filmmakers used the actual courtroom in Pascagoula. The courtroom where Wigand gives his deposition is not a set. spent time with ABC News and Pacino actually met Bergman to help get in character. Mann and Roth agreed to make some changes. located on the façade of the Colgate factory in Clarksville. shaved back his hairline. He met with Mann and after several discussions was cast in the film. Producer Pieter Jan Brugge suggested Russell Crowe and after seeing him in L. where the majority of the film was shot. Don Hewitt and Wallace accused Mann of extreme dramatic license and working with Bergman to transform him into a hero at the expense of the two men. talking about his character and his props. To get a handle on the man’s voice and how he talked. a Lebanese soldier seen smoking briefly while Bergman is being transported to the Hezbollah meeting site. clothes and accessories. Mann had also wanted to work with Plummer since the 1970s. Crowe was not able to talk to Wigand about his experiences because he was still bound to his confidentiality agreement during much of film’s development period. bleached his hair seven times and had a daily application of wrinkles and liver spots to his skin to transform himself into Wigand (who was in his early-to-mid-50s during the events depicted in the film). However. Roth remembered his first impressions of Wigand were that he came across as unlikable and defensive. Crowe listened repeatedly to a six-hour tape of Wigand.''The Insider (film)'' Roth met Wigand. Wallace continued to voice his concerns in the Los Angeles Times and Brill’s Content that he .

a film in the same vein. stolid look of the man he portrays".[5] Newsweek magazine's David Ansen wrote. It holds a 96% "fresh" rating at Rotten Tomatoes based on 127 reviews[3] and an 84 metascore on Metacritic. takes on the thick. Their problems with the movie came from two scenes: one where Wigand finds a bullet in his mailbox with a threatening note and a scene where Wigand is trailed by a menacing figure at a golf range. In her review for The New York Times.1 million in North America and $31. 1999 where it grossed a total of $6.712. 'Why don't we make more movies like this?'"[2] Critical response The Insider received near-unanimous praise.[9] However.2 million in the rest of the world for a total of $60. 152 Reaction Box office The Insider was released in 1.[4] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three and half out of four stars and praised "its power to absorb. strafing wit and dramatic provocation. and unbowed". according to marketing executives. Janet Maslin praised Russell Crowe as "a subtle powerhouse in his wrenching evocation of Wigand.[10] . unsanitized. After The Insider was released. he's made the kind of current-events epic that Hollywood has largely abandoned to [6] TV--and shows us how movies can do it better". and anger".3 million worldwide. and felt that it was "by far Mann’s most fully realized and enthralling work". The Insider offers Mann at his best--blood up. Brown and Williamson accused the Walt Disney Company of distorting the truth. "With its dynamite performances.) and the subject matter was "not notably dramatic". there were other death threats on Wigand not detailed in the movie. People say it's the best movie they've seen this year. Entertainment Weekly gave the film a "B" rating and felt that it "a good but far from great movie because it presents truth telling in America as far more imperiled than it is".[7] Time magazine's Richard Corliss wrote. Employing a big canvas. although according to the Vanity Fair article on which the movie is based. The Insider comes to roiled life. significantly lower than its $90 million budget. "Mann could probably make a movie about needlepoint riveting. They took out a full-page ad in The Wall Street Journal to counter promotional appearances Wigand and those associated with the film were doing. The fact of the matter is we're really proud we did this movie. Brown and Williamson sent at least one cautionary letter to Disney concerning The Insider without having seen the film. They say. "When Crowe gets to command the screen. a huge cast of superb character actors and his always exquisite eye for composition. garnering some of the best reviews of 1999 and of Michael Mann’s career. Disney executives had hoped that Mann's film would have the same commercial and critical success as All the President's Men. It's an All the President's Men in which Deep Throat takes center stage. However.809 theaters on November 5. Then-Disney chairman Joe Roth said. an insider prodded to spill the truth". The tobacco company also had representatives at screenings in eight cities handing out cards asking patrons to call a toll-free number that would answer questions about the film.''The Insider (film)'' would be portrayed unfairly in the movie. The Insider had limited appeal to younger moviegoers (studio executives reportedly said the prime audience was over the age of 40. It went on to make $29.[1] The film was considered to be a commercial disappointment. Wigand actually reported the first event.[8] Rolling Stone magazine's Peter Travers wrote. while Mann has acknowledged that the second scene was in fact fictional and created for dramatic effect. "It's like walking up a hill with a refrigerator on your back. entertain.361 on its opening weekend and ranked fourth in the country for that time period.

the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor.''The Insider (film)'' 153 Awards Christopher Plummer won awards from the Boston Society of Film Critics. Soundtrack The Insider (Music from the Motion Picture) Soundtrack by Various artists Released Recorded Genre Label Producer October 26. Russell Crowe won multiple awards for his role. Best Director. Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Crowe. Premiere ranked Crowe’s performance #23 of the 100 Greatest Performances of All Time. winning none. including Best Picture. the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the National Society of Film Critics for his performance as Mike Wallace. and the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor.[11] Eric Roth and Michael Mann won the Humanitas Prize in the Feature Film category in 2000. among many others. the London Film Critics’ Circle Award. 1999 1999 Soundtrack Sony Lisa Gerrard Graeme Revell . including the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor. The film was nominated in 2000 for seven Academy Awards. In 2006.

com/ apps/ pbcs. Retrieved 2010-03-05. rollingstone. com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0. "Dawn of the Truth"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—1:59 3. com/ ew/ article/ 0. [4] "The Insider" (http:/ / www. [10] "The Insider" (http:/ / www. Roger (November 5.00. "Broken"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—2:03 8. html?scp=14& sq="Michael+ Mann"& st=nyt). [11] Premiere’s 100 Greatest Performances of All Time: 24-1 (http:/ / www. ew. boxofficemojo. com/ video/ titles/ insider?q=The Insider). Retrieved 2010-03-05. html). "The Subordinate"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—1:17 5. "The Insider" (http:/ / rogerebert. Rolling Stone.9171. dll/ article?AID=/ 19991105/ REVIEWS/ 911050302/ 1023). com/ List/ The-100-Greatest-Performances-of-All-Time/ The-100-Greatest-Performances-of-All-Time-24-1) . "Tempest"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke--2:51 (from Duality) 2. com/ reviews/ movie/ 5947207/ review/ 5947208/ the_insider). 1999). . The New York Times. com/ 1999/ 11/ 05/ movies/ film-review-mournful-echoes-of-a-whistle-blower. "Liquid Moon"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—4:05 14." "Hot Shots" and "Night Stop"--Curt Sobel "Litany"--Arvo Pärt "Smokey Mountain Waltz"--Richard Gilks "Armenia"--Einstürzende Neubauten "Two or Three Things"--David Darling References [1] "The Insider" (http:/ / www. "LB in Montana"--Graeme Revell—0:50 11. "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" (http:/ / www. "Mournful Echoes of a Whistle-Blower" (http:/ / www.992439. . "Rites" (special edit for the film)--Jan Garbarek--5:34 15. November 12. Bernard (December 3. Retrieved 2010-03-05. htm). . [7] Maslin. premiere. nytimes. [2] Weinraub. [5] Ebert. 1999). suntimes. Peter (December 8. "Mournful Echoes of a Whistle-Blower" (http:/ / www. "Faith"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—3:01 9. Entertainment Weekly. metacritic. Retrieved 2010-03-05. Metacritic. 1999). 1999. html). 2000). Janet (November 5. David (November 8. "Meltdown"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—5:40 Other music in the film • • • • • • "Uotaaref Men Elihabek"--Casbah Orchestra "Suffocate. "Safe from Harm (Perfecto Mix)"--Massive Attack--8:14 16. . . Richard (November 1. "The Insider" (http:/ / www. nytimes. Retrieved 2010-03-05. [3] "The Insider" (http:/ / www. [9] Travers.''The Insider (film)'' 154 Track listing 1. Rotten Tomatoes. "Sacrifice"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—7:41 (from Duality) 4. Retrieved 2010-03-05. "Iguazu"--Gustavo Santaolalla--3:12 13. [8] Corliss. com/ m/ insider/ ).271589. html?scp=20& sq="Michael+ Mann"& st=nyt). "I’m Alone on This"--Graeme Revell--2:02 10. Chicago Sun-Times. . The New York Times. "Exile"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—1:39 6.. Retrieved 2010-03-05. "Palladino Montage"--Graeme Revell—0:45 12. Box Office Mojo. "The Silencer"--Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke—1:38 7. com/ movies/ ?id=insider. Time. newsweek. Retrieved 2010-03-05. com/ id/ 90142). rottentomatoes. Newsweek. time. .00. [6] Ansen. com/ 1999/ 12/ 03/ movies/ at-the-movies. Retrieved 2010-03-05. Retrieved 2010-03-05. . "At the Movies" (http:/ / www. . 1999). . 1999).

jeffreywigand.pbs.com/60minutes.com) Jeffrey Wigand on 60 Minutes.go.allmovie.com/work/181097) at Allmovie The Insider (http://www.edublogs.imdb.php)--transcript of the CBS story.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/smoke/) • Case Study Analysis (http://wethemedia.boxofficemojo.com/insider/index_flash.com/title/tt0140352/) at the Internet Movie Database The Insider (http://www.movies.''The Insider (film)'' 155 External links • • • • • • • • Official website (http://http://video.rottentomatoes. (http://www.com/film/titles/insider) at Metacritic The Insider (http://www.com/m/insider/) at Rotten Tomatoes The Insider (http://www.jeffreywigand.com/movies/?id=insider.org/1970s-case-study-film/ 1999-case-study-film-the-insider/) from We the Media .metacritic.htm) at Box Office Mojo Jeffrey Wigand's official site. • Frontline: Smoke in the Eye (http://www. 1996 (http://www.html) The Insider (http://www. February 4.

1999 Theatrical cut 162 minutes Director's cut 156 minutes United States English $55.''Any Given Sunday'' 156 Any Given Sunday Any Given Sunday Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Oliver Stone Richard Donner Oliver Stone Oliver Stone Daniel Pyne John Logan Pat Toomay (novel) Al Pacino Dennis Quaid Cameron Diaz James Woods Jamie Foxx LL Cool J Elizabeth Berkley Charlton Heston Salvatore Totino Warner Bros. December 22.000 $ Starring Cinematography Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue .

and the pressures that they face. James Woods. Lela Rochon. Marty Wright. He becomes the poster boy for the AFFA and receives numerous lucrative advertisement deals. Charlton Heston. Lauren Holly. Aaron Eckhart. (However." The ailing and increasingly desperate Sharks are forced to call upon third-string quarterback and former seventh round draft pick Willie Beamen (Jamie Foxx). Y. Matthew Modine. consisting of Al Pacino. Ann-Margret. the general consensus is that this is the best solution because D'Amato and Crozier (Aaron Eckhart) (backed by Christina) cannot co-exist. Ricky Watters. which serves as a creative stand-in for the National Football League. the Miami Dolphins are mentioned in the film). and legendary NFL players Jim Brown and Lawrence Taylor. In the opening scene both the starting quarterback Jack "Cap" Rooney and the second-string quarterback Tyler Cherubini are injured and forced to leave the game. During one play he lines up under the guard instead of the center. The film features an ensemble cast. staff. being thanked by owner Christina (Cameron Diaz) and the media for his contributions to the team. reminiscent of Hall of Fame Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly. As the scene ends. This leads to a recurring theme of the movie that "on any given Sunday. resulting in a growing narcissism and arrogance in Beamen. Pat Toomay.''Any Given Sunday'' Any Given Sunday is a 1999 American drama film directed by Oliver Stone depicting a fictional professional American football team. Miami beats Minnesota in conference championship. and press. Emmitt Smith and Terrell Owens. Even though the movie was released in 1999. Beamen begins to gain a comfort for the game and quickly learns the playbook. . Jamie Foxx. a once-great team now in turmoil and struggling to make the playoffs. Beamen is visibly nervous and he makes a number of errors illustrating his lack of knowledge regarding the team's playbook. D'Amato is then expected to announce his retirement. The professional football league in the film is the fictitious AFFA (Associated Football Franchises of America). as evident when Al Pacino's character updates the team's schedule following the Sharks' most recent loss early in the movie. John C. Elizabeth Berkley. In the final game shown on screen. It examines many different aspects of American football. including a music video.A. anything can happen. winning the first round of the playoffs. Then he says he just signed Willie Beamen as his starting quarterback and franchise player. but loses to San Francisco in the Pantheon Cup Championship. At D'Amato's (Al Pacino) final press conference as head coach. including the players. Johnny Unitas. which begins a ritual that he follows every game. politicians. Despite the initial hysteria among the media and owners. The film also featured many American football players including Dick Butkus. all feuds have been resolved or at least put on hold and he leaves on a positive note. but then drops a bombshell and announces that he has been hired as head coach and general manager of the expansion Albuquerque Aztecs. Cameron Diaz. Beamen displays his raw athletic talent and starts to run and pass extremely successfully. front office. However. 157 Plot The film deals with the Miami Sharks. McGinley. and he later in the game he audibles to a play which does not exist. Barry Switzer. Miami manages a come-from-behind win in the final seconds against the Dallas Knights. Bill Bellamy. Warren Moon. Dennis Quaid. He throws up in the huddle. the football season in the film takes place two years into the then-future of 2001. Off-screen. Christina and the other executives are angrily asking Crozier how he could have let Beamen finish the season without re-signing him to a longer contract for the Sharks. Tittle. LL Cool J. he dislikes the Sharks' conservative offense and much to the dismay of both coach Tony D'Amato and offensive coordinator Nick Crozier he begins to change the plays in the huddle.

Jim Brown as Montezuma (Monty) Monroe – The Defensive Coordinator of the Miami Sharks. and then an injury to the backup quarterback. He is a very good back but becomes increasingly angry at Beamen for his cockiness and tendencies to call plays away from him. A favorite of Coach D'Amato. he may be killed or permanently disabled. If he suffers a serious hit again. Jamie Foxx as (Steamin) Willie Beamen – The third-string quarterback for the Miami Sharks who takes over as starter after an injury to Rooney. However. adding to his distractions. the championship for the film's professional football league. Rooney is now an aging veteran who is losing motivation and faces conflicts with team personnel and his own family. Harvey Mandrake – The team physician for the Miami Sharks. including missing the playoffs several times. She also begins political maneuvers that cause confrontation with the AFFA Commissioner and the Mayor of Miami. She has hinted several times that D'Amato will not return after his contract expires. He eventually is injured in a game and is replaced but tries to make a comeback later on. which she attributes to Coach D'Amato's "old-school methods"." Lawrence Taylor as Luther (Shark) Lavay – The captain of the Miami Sharks' defense. LL Cool J as Julian (J-Man) Washington – The starting running back for the Miami Sharks. a broken neck that did not heal properly. Cameron Diaz as Christina Pagniacci – The owner and general manager of the Miami Sharks who inherited the team from her father and boasts a Cornell MBA. He later gives the younger player a quiet but impassioned speech about playing with 100% emotion. she attempts to take a more hands-on approach to the team. He is motivated by incentive clauses in his contract. including bringing in an innovative offensive coordinator Nick Crozier.''Any Given Sunday'' 158 Cast Al Pacino as Tony D'Amato – The head coach of the Miami Sharks. The team's intern doctor informs him and D'Amato of the situation. He is vocal and brings high intensity to the defense and to the rest of the team in general. However. as he frequently changes the plays the coach calls. including two Pantheon Cups. at the very least she has grown accustomed to their lifestyle and her position as Quarterback's Wife and is unwilling to lose the social standing). During the last few years. Beamen causes tension among staff and teammates. He gave most of his time to the team. He begins a singing career and even asks the attractive team owner for a date when she enters a postgame locker room full of mostly naked players. despite his legacy. and Coach D'Amato refers to him as a "merc" (mercenary) "who will be gone before next season. Having held his position for decades and given much autonomy by the elder Pagniacci. Dennis Quaid as Jack (Cap) Rooney – The starting quarterback/team captain of the Miami Sharks. and is inspired by Cap Rooney's gutsy performance in the Sharks' first playoff game. the two have been credited with the team's greatest on-field successes. D'Amato's traditional and old-fashioned methods have come under fire for poor results during the last seasons. He is a crooked doctor who risks the injury of players to enable the team to have a better shot at winning. or just calls his own. Given the team's poor results in the last few years. He is later fired after his practices are discovered by the team internist. who succeeded her father as team owner. he is widely respected for leading his men to great successes. Relations have soured between himself and his wife Cindy (Lauren Holly) who consistently goads him on without sympathy to his physical or mental situation. the . James Woods as Dr. defense in football(which culminates with him cutting Beamen's Chevrolet Suburban in half with a circular saw during a party when fed up with Beamen's attitude). Mandrake has concealed that Shark is suffering from a previous injury. he also resents the hands-on-approach or "interference" of Christina Pagniacci. and it led him to lose touch with and become estranged from his wife and children. listens to his coaches and teammates. and Shark says he will lose over a million dollars if he does not make his incentive stats if he retires as the intern doctor suggests. He also has an earlier confrontation with Willie Beamen over the role of offense vs. Beamen later matures. Though surprisingly successful. A longtime friend of Tony D'Amato's. mercilessly browbeating him when he even mentions retiring (it is implied that Cindy married Jack only because he was a well-paid athlete and she is a gold-digger.

1999. and he is named D'Amato's successor. Nick is an offensive guru brought in from Minnesota by Christina Pagniacci. he is highly critical of Tony's old fashioned offensive play calling. a sports journalist. Young and tech-savvy (making use of a laptop computer while calling plays)." James Woods' character was based on Rosenfield. and his first diagnosis of "Cap" Rooney's career-threatening injury at the beginning of the film is "you're okay. the latter recognizes Crozier's talent. working under Dr. it's just a bruise. Aaron Eckhart as Nick Crozier – The Offensive Coordinator of the Miami Sharks. He discovers Harvey covering for players who are suffering from near-career-ending injuries but are overdosing on painkillers. Matthew Modine as Dr. Sean "P. steroids. based on the real-life Mike Harden case. and Julian's playing for contract incentives. According to Cuba Gooding Jr. Stone later amalgamated a third screenplay.. Henry Rollins was offered a role as a football player but turned it down as he felt he did not have the size to make the portrayal believable. Willie's changing the plays in the huddle. He faces his own dilemma in the need to relieve the players' pain vs. with "story" credit to Pyne and Logan. revisions by Lisa Amsterdam & Robert Huizenga. subsequent revisions by Gary Ross. The screenplay was also based in part on the book You're Okay. into the project. Diddy" Combs was cast as Willie Beaman. Evans. Stone separately acquired the spec script On Any Given Sunday. a thinly disguised impression of Jim Rome. 159 Production Development Oliver Stone developed a script called Monday Night written by Jamie Williams. latest revisions by Oliver Stone. Pacino had already accepted. it's just a bruise. prescribing too much medication at the insistence of the addicted players. after D'Amato departs to lead an expansion franchise in New Mexico." Huizenga left the Raiders in the early 1990s. Although De Niro declined the role. Casting Director Oliver Stone's first two choices to play Tony D'Amato were Al Pacino and Robert De Niro. Huizenga was the intern doctor for the L. He shows an incredible distaste for all things D'Amato. Raiders in their 1980s heyday. John C. John Logan. Oliver (Ollie) Powers – The intern doctor for the team and Harvey's nephew. a former tight end for the San Francisco 49ers.''Any Given Sunday'' coach personally confides in Montezuma several times. and hormones to cover the pain. Monroe states at one point he would like to return to high school coaching where the game is "pure". but were credited for their work on the film as technical consultants. one of which is closely mirrored in the film—Shark's neck injury and risk of sudden death. Playing Hurt by Daniel Pyne. McGinley as Jack Rose – An abrasive and prominent sports reporter with his own cable show. . by John Logan. revisions by John Logan. and Richard Weiner. who dismissed many players' injuries with the phrase. disgusted at the way the medical advice was kept from players and Rosenfield being allowed to continue treating them after several mishaps.A. It's Just a Bruise: A Doctor's Sideline Secrets by Robert Huizenga. the screenplay's cover page listed the following writers: original draft by Jamie Williams & Richard Weiner. but dropped out because of scheduling conflicts with his recording career. Daniel Pyne. Despite the tension between himself and head coach D'Amato. Rosenfield. Williams and Weiner went uncredited for their original screenplay. As of May 1. he met with Oliver Stone about playing the role of Willie Beamen but Stone turned Gooding down because he had already played a football player in Jerry Maguire (1996). The Writers Guild of America ultimately awarded screenplay credit to Logan and Stone. "You're okay. revisions by Raynold Gideon & Bruce A.

the second game. which is located in Miami. Jim Caviezel played Tony D'Amato's estranged son. In actuality. for Chicago. They can be seen in the extras of the Oliver Stone Collection DVD. with California. who supplied the original score. in empty seats cardboard cutouts were placed in seats with balloons attached to them so that they would seem in motion. Warren Moon.[5] . the band said no. Dick Butkus. Due to the packaging listing "6 minutes of previously unseen footage" and a running time of 156 minutes. For the scenes during a football game. Clair. Director Oliver Stone tried and failed to get the National Football League's permission to use real NFL team logos and stadiums for the film. the first game. the Miami Sharks. Stone said these changes were made to help with the film's pacing. a new director's cut by Oliver Stone was used. Director's cut When released to home video on VHS and DVD. published his complete music for the film on a [4] promotional CD. A scene in the film was shot at Villa Vizcaya. but it too was cut.''Any Given Sunday'' Five NFL Hall of Fame Players made cameo appearances as opposing head coaches. Release Reception The film received an aggregated score of 49% from 115 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Dennis Quaid's character's house is really Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino's house. when he later asked for permission. For each shot the crowd was asked to move around so that each section looked filled. Tittle. 12 minutes was deleted for the Director's Cut. Oliver Stone wanted to use the music of the Canadian band Godspeed You! Black Emperor and actually filmed a scene using their music. in the finale. the stadium used was actually Pro Player Stadium. It peaked at #28 on the Billboard 200 and #11 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Florida and Irving. The differences between the two versions are discussed on IMDb's entry for the film.[3] Soundtrack A soundtrack containing hip hop. Y. so Stone was forced to redo the scene without the music.[1] [2] When the team traveled to California. The fictional Associated Football Franchises of America (AFFA) was used instead. Tom Sizemore also had a role in the film. rock and R&B music was released on January 4. with New York in the rain soaked game. Miami's Orange Bowl stadium represents the home of the fictitious American football team. Bob St. Texas Stadium is used for the home of the fictitious Dallas Knights. with Minnesota. and six minutes of new footage was added. 2000 by Atlantic Records. and that Stone had added six minutes of footage. many assumed that the theatrical cut was 150 minutes. including Lake Stevens Middle School in Miami. Florida. Johnny Unitas with Dallas. the theatrical cut ran 162 minutes. but his scenes were cut. Texas. And finally. the road game. 160 Principal photography The film was shot in Miami.A. production asked local schools to participate as extras for the film. Film composer Richard Horowitz.

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and the directions their lives are heading. the two engage in an all-night conversation about their respective art. love. Shot almost exclusively as a one-on-one conversation between the two main characters. until he is fired. 2007 as a part of a three-movie boxed set called Pacino: An Actor's Vision. After years of withholding it. it chronicles friendship. After Jake says he doesn't have the money. External links • Review of Chinese Coffee at [[Blogcritics [1]]] • Chinese Coffee [2] at the Internet Movie Database . past and present loves. and humor of daily life. The play and film are set in New York City circa 1982. loss. he pays a visit to his friend Jake Manheim (Orbach). starring Al Pacino and Jerry Orbach. Pacino directed and was introduced by Robert De Niro during the open ceremony. Desperate for money. Pacino allowed it to be released on June 19.''Chinese Coffee'' 162 Chinese Coffee Chinese Coffee Directed by Produced by Al Pacino James Bulleit Anne D'Amato Michael Hadge Larry Meistrich John Mollura Robert Salerno Ira Lewis Al Pacino Jerry Orbach Susan Floyd Ellen McElduff Elmer Bernstein Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Frank Prinzi Editing by Michael Berenbaum Pasquale Buba Noah Herzog Chal Productions 99 minutes United States English Distributed by Running time Country Language Chinese Coffee (2000) is a play by Ira Lewis which was made into an independent film and released in New York as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. to collect an old debt. Plot Harry Levine (Pacino) is a struggling writer (barely) ekeing out a living as a doorman — that is. an arts photographer.

2002 118 minutes United States Release date(s) Running time Country . imdb.(USA) Buena Vista International (UK and AU) May 24. org/ archives/ 2008/ 03/ 04/ 180106.''Chinese Coffee'' 163 References [1] http:/ / blogcritics. Kosove Edward L. com/ title/ tt0118852/ Insomnia (2002 film) Insomnia Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Christopher Nolan Broderick Johnson Paul Junger Witt Andrew A. McDonnell Erik Skjoldbjærg Nikolaj Frobenius (1997 screenplay) Hilary Seitz Al Pacino Robin Williams Hilary Swank David Julyan Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Wally Pfister Editing by Studio Distributed by Dody Dorn Alcon Entertainment Section Eight Warner Bros. php [2] http:/ / www.

Will Dormer (Al Pacino) and Hap Eckhart (Martin Donovan) are sent up to assist the local police with their investigation. and so starts to suspect Finch is the killer. says that ultimately he must look out for himself and his family first. However. which he believes to be the armed murder suspect. Early in the movie. Finch offers Dormer a deal. He finds Finch's address and enters his apartment illegally. He does not want his life's work destroyed. and they arrange to meet. Eckhart turns away in horror.''Insomnia (2002 film)'' Language Budget Gross revenue English $46 million $113. but realizing that there was not enough evidence to support a conviction. Dormer tries to talk Eckhart out of it. Alaska. so he feels he has no choice but to accept the deal. Robin Williams. Ellie Burr (Hilary Swank). As none of the other officers witnessed Eckhart's shooting. He fires. but who saw Dormer shoot Eckhart and knows about his attempt to cover it up. Two LAPD detectives. reveals that Internal Affairs has offered him an immunity deal in exchange for his testimony. Dormer becomes more and more unhinged. Focusing now on the Nightmute case. where Dormer is supposed to help frame Kay's abusive boyfriend Randy Stetz (Jonathan Jackson) for the murder in exchange for Finch's silence about the Eckhart shooting. nor does he want these criminals back on the streets. is put in charge of the investigation into Eckhart's shooting. Dormer faces the dilemma of trying to bring the murder suspect to justice while at the same time cover up the truth about Eckhart's shooting and preserve the misconception that the murder suspect was responsible for that as well. and partly because of insomnia brought on by the perpetual daylight of the Alaskan summer. Plot In the small fishing town of Nightmute. who does not identify himself. Given the nature of Eckhart's impending testimony. Throughout the film. apparently complicit to some degree in Dormer's misdeeds. Dormer comes up with a clever plan to lure the murderer back to the scene of the crime. He discovers that Finch lives in Alaska. Dormer's partner. He then . During the pursuit. The film was released on 24 May 2002. When Dormer realizes what he's done and tries to help. and the figure collapses. Thus. Adding to his delirium are the phone calls he receives from Kay's killer. forcing the police to spread out and search for him on foot. However.714. Dormer sees a figure through the fog. There. and the murder suspect flees into the fog. Dormer knows that Internal Affairs will never believe that the shooting was accidental. believing that Dormer shot him to prevent him from testifying in the Internal Affairs investigation. and Hilary Swank. Finch returns to his apartment while Dormer is there. guilty of planting false evidence against at least one suspect in this earlier case. when Dormer approaches. Dormer goes in pursuit. and flees. in order to give him hard evidence of Dormer's role in the shooting. a man named Dobbs. Eckhart. partly because of feelings of guilt over shooting his partner and anxiety about the risk of being found out. Eckhart dies moments later. he finds his photo.830 [1] 164 Insomnia is a 2002 American psychological thriller mystery film directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Al Pacino. but Eckhart. a young police officer and Dormer's biggest fan. not far from the crime scene. Dormer is. Finch contacts Dormer again. Dormer is aware that Kay was a fan of a crime writer named Walter Finch (Robin Williams). and books autographed by him were found among her possessions. as well as Dormer's attempt to cover it up. but Finch escapes. he discovers that he has mistakenly shot Eckhart. realizes Dormer has identified him. in fact. a local 17-year-old girl named Kay Connell (Crystal Lowe) is found murdered. It is a remake of the 1997 film of the same name. Dormer planted forensic evidence in Dobbs' apartment. Finch secretly tape records their conversation. Certain that Dobbs was responsible for kidnapping and murdering a young boy. Dormer fears that many of his legitimate convictions will be overturned if Internal Affairs discovers that he falsified evidence in the Dobbs case. an intense Internal Affairs investigation back in Los Angeles is about to put Dormer under the microscope. it is initially assumed that he was shot by the fleeing murder suspect. Concurrently. the stakeout attempt is blown.

admitting that he shot his partner and stating that he is no longer certain whether it was an accident or not. Burr rushes to the detective's aid. Burr finds some inconsistencies in the Eckhart shooting: she finds a 9mm shell casing at the scene. Meanwhile. Finch fires at them with his shotgun. she reaches for her gun. but Dormer quickly picks up the shotgun and blasts Finch at point blank in the stomach. Burr holds Dormer at gunpoint. Dormer is forced to choose between destroying his own reputation and allowing an innocent man to be sent to prison. a 9mm Walther. Dormer races to the cabin to confront Finch. as well as the English words derived from it—before finally dying. revealing that she knows he shot Eckhart and demands to know whether he did it on purpose. While Burr and Finch trade gunshots. "to sleep".''Insomnia (2002 film)'' lets Dormer know he taped the conversation. Burr discovers the murder victim's dress. telling her not to lose her way. Dormer stops Burr. Finch is impatient and manages to frame Randy all by himself. "Let me sleep. Dormer seemingly agrees to the plan. before a now conscious Burr arrives and Finch escapes to his shed." asks Dormer—whose name echoes the Latin verb dormire. She comforts Dormer by affirming that Eckhart's shooting was accidental. she learns that Dormer carries a backup gun. After a moment of contemplation. and tries to toss the evidence. A stunned Finch dies and tumbles into the water. Later. while meeting with Finch at his cabin. Dormer sneaks around to Finch's location. It is clear that his concentration is nearly gone due to his lack of sleep. Unfortunately. Finch fatally wounds Dormer with Burr's original weapon. found from the scene. now leading her to suspect that Dormer shot his own partner. 165 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Detective Will Dormer Robin Williams as Walter Finch Hilary Swank as Ellie Burr Martin Donovan as Detective Hap Eckhart Maura Tierney as Rachel Clement Paul Dooley as Chief Nyback Jay Brazeau as Francis Nicky Katt as Fred Duggar Larry Holden as Farrell Lorne Cardinal as Rich Katharine Isabelle as Tanya Francke Jonathan Jackson as Randy Stetz Crystal Lowe as Kay Connell . Reading a case report on one of Dormer's old cases. A brief fight ensues between Dormer and Finch. but Finch knocks her unconscious. Dormer breaks down. the 9mm shell casing. Burr slips the shell casing back into its plastic evidence bag. Realizing that Finch is the murderer. When Randy is arrested for murder. From the protection of his shed. though he's really just stalling for time. a move designed to ensure Dormer's silence.

Box Office Mojo. rottentomatoes.com/) Insomnia (http://www. Insomnia. "Driven by Pacino's performance. boxofficemojo.htm) at Box Office Mojo Insomnia (http://www. .allmovie. Retrieved 2009-05-26. Insomnia is a smart and riveting psychological drama.[3] References [1] "Insomnia" (http:/ / www.com/title/tt0278504/) at the Internet Movie Database Insomnia (http://www. The website reported the critical consensus. .asp?id=47& eid=4&section=essay) • Insomnia Screenshot Gallery at NolanFans (http://www.criterion. com/ m/ 1114154-insomnia/ ). Retrieved 2009-08-05.com/m/1114154-insomnia/) at Rotten Tomatoes Peter Cowie essay on the original at Criterion. which was published by Onyx in May 2002. Rotten Tomatoes. Robert. [2] "Insomnia (2002)" (http:/ / www.com/movies/?id=insomnia. External links • • • • • • Official website (http://http://dontcloseyoureyes.imdb. ISBN 9780451410498." [2] Novelization Robert Westbrook adapted the screenplay to novel form.com (http://www.com/asp/release. htm). Onyx.com/work/260290) at Allmovie Insomnia (http://www.nolanfans. com/ movies/ ?id=insomnia.php) .boxofficemojo.''Insomnia (2002 film)'' 166 Reception Critics' reviews were extremely positive.rottentomatoes.com/insomniagallery. [3] Westbrook. with a "Certified Fresh" rating of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes.warnerbros.

576. produced and directed by Andrew Niccol. Rachel Roberts.023 (worldwide) S1m0ne (also spelled Simone) is a 2002 science fiction drama film written.''S1m0ne'' 167 S1m0ne S1m0ne Promotional poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Andrew Niccol Andrew Niccol Daniel Lupi (co-producer) Andrew Niccol Al Pacino Catherine Keener Rachel Roberts Winona Ryder Rebecca Romijn Distributed by New Line Cinema Release date(s) August 23. 2002 Running time Country Language Gross revenue 117 minutes United States English $19. . It stars Al Pacino. Catherine Keener. Winona Ryder and Rebecca Romijn.

who were worried that the replacement of all actors would be the next inevitable step. Viktor's wife and daughter enter his studio. Unfortunately for him. He has her star in a film of her own about zoophilia. starts to ask "who is Simone?" The film is a great success. After a while. Viktor decides to kill her off. hoping to disgust audiences.''S1m0ne'' 168 Plot When the main star of disillusioned director Viktor Taransky's (Al Pacino) new film walks away. The studio. winning the Academy Award for Best Actress. specifically Kurzweil's 2001 TED Conference presentation of his female alter ego. Viktor uses the program as a last. Ramona. In his defence he admits that Simone was just a computer program. Simone (Rachel Roberts) gives a fantastic performance. they continue to love her work. Cast • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Viktor Taransky Catherine Keener as Elaine Christian Evan Rachel Wood as Lainey Christian Rachel Roberts as Simone Winona Ryder as Nicola Anders Jay Mohr as Hal Sinclair Pruitt Taylor Vince as Max Sayer Jason Schwartzman as Milton Elias Koteas as Hank Aleno (uncredited) Rebecca Romijn as Faith (uncredited) Production The film is inspired by Ray Kurzweil. was . and Viktor markets her as a real person. desperate attempt to finish the film. Simone ascends to even greater heights. During the funeral. and that he put all the program discs in the chest and dropped it into the sea. The film producers thought of using an actual computer-generated character to play the part of Simone. Taransky is forced to find a replacement or never work again. Rachel Roberts. find the program. He is taken to the police station and is shown a security camera video where he is seen putting the trunk into his yacht (he had sailed the boat to the middle of the sea and only then thrown the trunk into the water). but it becomes difficult to maintain. believing it real. they decided to use an unknown actress in the role and make her look slightly less realistic in post-production. The scene in which Viktor performs a concert is modeled very closely with Kurzweil's Ramona presentation. He gives phone and camera interviews. nobody wants to work with him any more. The system allows him to use a computer-generated woman to play the film's central character. the Canadian fashion model who played the role. He is arrested for her murder. He then uses a computer virus to erase the program and dumps all of the DVDs and computer-related information into a trunk and throws it out to sea. which one of her pursuers sees. Pre-release publicity issued to news media actually did suggest that a completely computer-generated actress would be used. and realize that Viktor's actress is only a simulation (he forgot a virus floppy disk in the computer). the police arrive and open the coffin where there is only Simone's poster. Viktor names his synthetic actress "Simone". The film ends with Simone and Viktor holding an interview about their new "baby" before a post-credits sequence shows Viktor creating fake footage of Simone in a supermarket. They revive Simone and he is freed from custody. and soon the world. Simulation One. a name derived from the computer program's title. Two people doggedly pursue him and force him to showcase Simone "live" after they discover that he used stock photography as a background during the interview instead of being on that site as he claimed she was. Viktor tries a new computer program on a hard disk he inherited from his acquaintance Hank Aleno (Elias Koteas). Seamlessly incorporated into the film. However. After discussions with the Screen Actors Guild.

Hewlett. com/ m/ s1m0ne/ ). 169 Reception The film received a mixed critical response. The title could be interpreted as "simulation number one" and includes both numbers of the binary number system.com/title/tt0258153/) at the Internet Movie Database S1m0ne (http://www.boxofficemojo. Rotten Tomatoes. .576. 2010. Viktor Taransky is named after the Victor 9000.kurzweilai. calculated an average score of 49. Retrieved July 14.''S1m0ne'' not initially credited in the film (her credit was added for the home video release. based on 38 reviews. [3] "Simone (2002)" (http:/ / www. Claris. grossing in US$3. Dell. 51% of critics gave S1m0ne a positive review.imdb. rottentomatoes. htm). after the computer HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey and Sir Clive Sinclair. which assigns a weighted average out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics.com/movies/?id=simone.[1] By comparison.allmovie.023 worldwide[3] References [1] "S1m0ne (2002)" (http:/ / www. Retrieved July 14. Metacritic. Most of the names in the film are chosen for their link with computers.813. Based on 154 reviews collected by the film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. 2010. 2010. .html) by Ray Kurzweil . Other characters in the film are named after computer companies: Corel. metacritic. The film grossed $19. Mac and Lotus. The actress is actually referred to by this pseudonym in a behind-the-scenes featurette included on the DVD release. and she worked under the pseudonym "Anna Green" during production. Retrieved July 14.[2] The film opened at #9 on the North American box office chart.463 in its opening weekend.com/m/s1m0ne/) at Rotten Tomatoes S1m0ne (http://www.net/meme/frame. External links • • • • • S1m0ne (http://www. Metacritic. . in the theatrical release "Simone" was credited as "herself"). com/ video/ titles/ simone). Simone's co-star (Jay Mohr) is named Hal Sinclair.html?main=/articles/art0514.htm) at Box Office Mojo Reflections on S1m0ne (http://www.rottentomatoes. [2] "Simone reviews" (http:/ / www.com/work/263575) at Allmovie S1m0ne (http://www. Box Office Mojo. com/ movies/ ?id=simone. boxofficemojo. the inventor of several early commercial computers.

793 People I Know is a drama film which was directed by Daniel Algrant and stars Al Pacino. 2002 100 min  United States Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Germany English $20. and Téa Leoni. 2002. Kim Basinger.000.000 $126.''People I Know'' 170 People I Know People I Know Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Daniel Algrant Michael Nozik Jon Robin Baitz Al Pacino Kim Basinger Ryan O'Neal Téa Leoni Richard Schiff Bill Nunn Robert Klein Terence Blanchard Peter Deming Suzy Elmiger Miramax October 11. It was released on October 11. .

By the next morning. The television actress takes him to a drug. is a publicist on the out. But will the increasingly befuddled Eli be able to stay ahead of the game? Will Eli exploit the secret and continue his downward spiral into decadence or will he use the opportunity to change? Reception The film received mixed reviews. As he strives to bring together the people he knows—members of the Black and Jewish communities. Discerning audiences willing to invest in the characters will soon warm to the downbeat story and Al Pacino’s subdued performance — especially the scenes he shares with Basinger'. it becomes clear that dangerous forces are in play. a playground for the rich and famous. Eli finally realizes he is involved in something he shouldn't be involved with. She tells the guards " I got all of you now". but in his opiate daze he cannot be sure. full of misplaced performances (not least Basinger as Eli's supportive sister-in-law). a pill-gobbling. The television actress is escorted off the premises by security. Back in her room. But its rebellious spirit is commendable'. the memory is buried. misfires and moral inconsistencies. The hazy mania of his everyday life is fuelled by a steady stream of prescription drugs and alcohol.and-sex den.boxofficemojo. One night. Eli seems to see something he shouldn't. power-shlumping Southern Jew of indeterminate sexual preferences. References [1] http:/ / uk. she asks them "where is my toy?". and powerful forces are at play to keep his mouth shut. threaten and persuade. On Rotten Tomatoes in was given a rating of 43% making it rotten.''People I Know'' 171 Plot Eli Wurman (Al Pacino). Eli takes her back to the Hotel room. The consensus being that the derivative plot fails to cohere or draw the viewer in.metacritic. BBC said that it was 'Intriguing but deeply flawed thriller'. where she claims to be looking for a toy. Eli's last remaining "big client" Cary Launer (Ryan O'Neal) entreats him to take care of his latest publicity mess—a dangerous liaison with a hard-shelled. Empire magazine though gave a largely positive review awarding 4 starts out of five and said that ' May be a slow-burn. but all he knows is how to hustle and cajole. com/ m/ people_i_know/ External links • • • • People I Know (http://www. film stars and media—for the grand fundraiser. quick-tongued television actress with a soft centre and a taste for illegal drugs (Téa Leoni). He needs to pull together his benefit. then she realises she has found it. Eli is too stoned to understand the exchange.com/movies/?id=peopleiknow.[1] .htm) at Box Office Mojo . but his work is interrupted by the Police who question him.imdb.com/m/people_i_know/) at Rotten Tomatoes People I Know (http://www.rottentomatoes. but despite its lack of success elsewhere. it’s still more than worthy of its long-delayed cinema release. rottentomatoes.com/title/tt0274711/) at the Internet Movie Database People I Know (http://www. this is a mess.com/film/titles/peopleiknow) at Metacritic People I Know (http://www. where he takes more pills and passes out right after witnessing the actress' murder. Time out magazine said that 'With its uncertainties of tone.

Al Pacino.5/10. and starring Colin Farrell. and Bridget Moynahan.884 [1] The Recruit is a 2003 spy thriller film directed by Roger Donaldson.[2] Metacritic gave it an average score of 56 out of 100 from the 36 reviews it collected. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 43% of critics gave positive reviews based on 163 reviews with an average score of 5. 2003 115 minutes United States English $101.''The Recruit'' 172 The Recruit The Recruit Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Roger Donaldson Jeff Apple Gary Barber Roger Birnbaum Roger Towne Kurt Wimmer Mitch Glazer Al Pacino Colin Farrell Bridget Moynahan Gabriel Macht Klaus Badelt Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Stuart Dryburgh Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue David Rosenbloom Touchstone Pictures Spyglass Entertainment January 31. 2003 in North America by Touchstone Pictures.191.[3] . The film received mixed reviews from critics. It was released on January 31.

Clayton and Moore are paired up for a training exercise in counter-surveillance. Throughout the various stages of the training. but also to that of Moore. until he spots Moore. but he holds out until one of his interrogators provides evidence that his defiance is contributing not only to his suffering. as the CIA has evidence that she is a mole for a foreign intelligence service recruited to extract a top secret new computer virus from the CIA. Clayton eventually uncovers proof that Moore is removing the virus from the CIA piece-by-piece using a USB flash drive concealed in the bottom of a thermal coffee mug. and he stays in a motel. numerical reasoning.''The Recruit'' It follows the career of a recent MIT graduate recruited into the CIA. While at MIT. getting drunk. Clayton meets Walter Burke (Al Pacino). she and Zack had been . who presumably had gone missing when Clayton was quite young. Clayton learns that she had a training mission of her own: to prevent him from completing his mission. Burke arrives in the morning to tell him that he feigned cutting Clayton from the program in order to appoint him as a non-official cover operative. and his ingenuity and fast thinking when he manages to escape from a botched training drill by dramatically jumping through a glass window. he and the other successful candidates. psychological. Clayton helped to develop a computer program called Sp@rtacus. He yells out Burke's name and suddenly the rear wall of the cell rises up revealing that Burke. Moore's contact turns out to be Zack (Gabriel Macht). the instructors become increasingly impressed by Clayton's natural ability in the "black arts" of espionage such as weapons. In another test. 173 Plot James Clayton (Colin Farrell) is constantly looking for information about his father. Burke takes the recruits present (all males) to a nearby bar to conduct a training exercise with one simple objective: to pick up a girl. Clayton and the other candidates then begin their training suite in covert ops and intelligence gathering. He follows her to uncover the identities of her contacts and winds up pursuing one contact through a train station. During this exercise. Having been apparently successful in the selection process. She explains that. Clayton. but Moore manages to draw him outside where. casually revealing to James a familiarity with his father. and it appears that Clayton's future is on track. demanding an explanation. Clayton reluctantly agrees to spy on her and re-establishes contact with Moore. psychoanalytical. and the other recruits are sitting in the lecture theater and have witnessed the entire event. including Moore. Later that night. Clayton escapes the scene and confronts Moore with evidence of her treachery. Clayton takes part in numerous assessments including psychometric. Moore. during which time Burke reveals that he is a CIA recruiter. Clayton is interrogated for several days in a dungeon-like cell and tortured. Moore bugs Clayton's coat with a listening device. the two recruits are kidnapped by men apparently from a foreign intelligence service. classroom exercises. Clayton appears to do exceedingly well at first. who he had previously noticed hanging around at the career fair. He is asked to give up the names of his instructors. Clayton is informed that he has been cut from the program. are driven by bus to the CIA training facility. Clayton becomes intrigued and decides to attend the interview and selection process for the CIA's clandestine service. upon reaching the parking lot with her. The two begin talking. Upon arriving at the CIA headquarters in Langley. pretending to be a low-level CIA data-entry office worker. is not interested and Burke walks away. Clayton offers to call a cab for her as an act of sympathy. they become romantically involved and the tension is apparent when. in fact. after making love. which turns computer terminals to which it is networked into its slave. aptitude. apparently quite inebriated. He abandons the girl to whom he was talking and learns from Moore that she was dropped from the program. The identity of the contact is concealed by his hooded jumper until James shoots and kills him in a scuffle. as well as a polygraph test. The Farm. One night. where Burke then briefs the candidates on the training regimen and various issues of espionage. During the testing he meets fellow recruit Layla Moore (Bridget Moynahan). Burke tells Clayton that he was paired with Moore in order to spy on her. alone at a table. To Clayton's surprise. The program impresses a grad recruiter for Dell at a career fair. however. During this time. another CIA agent who had been a recruit with Clayton and Moore at The Farm.

boasting that he organized the scheme in order to sell the virus. chasing Clayton outside. he says. Burke becomes incensed. Burke rails at his unjust treatment by the CIA. A tense moment ensues and Burke knocks the gun away. confirming that his father did in fact work for the CIA. and shows Burke the screen running his own software program Spartacus. claiming it is only filled with blanks. Clayton agrees to give Burke the laptop containing the completed virus. he tells Clayton that he is a scary judge of talent then he commits suicide-by-cop. . He also shatters Clayton's hopes about his father by saying that the story that his father was a CIA agent was only a ruse to trick Clayton into befriending Burke. On the drive to Langley. Burke chases Clayton through a warehouse. at first. Afterward. Upon discovering that he himself had foiled his own plan. Dell Rep • Karl Pruner as Dennis Slayne • Jeanie Calleja as Co-Ed #1 • Jennifer Cooper as Blonde with Cell Phone • Angelo Tsarouchas as Cab Driver • Veronica Hurnick as Polygraph Interrogator • Eugene Lipinski as Husky Man • Mark Ellis as Test Instructor • • • • • • • • • • • • Richard Fitzpatrick as Rob Stevens John Watson as Guard Chris Owens as Art Wallis Jessica Greco as Hot Girl at Blue Ridge Sam Kalileh as Elliot Merwin Mondesir as Stan Elisa Moolecherry as Lisa Sahadi Sheldon Davis as Security Officer #1 Oscar Hsu as Psychiatrist #1 Arlene Mazerolle as Psychiatrist #2 Brian Rhodes as Psychiatrist #3 Steve Behal as Exam Procter Al Pacino and Colin Farrell in The Recruit. Unbeknownst to Burke. the senior CIA instructor (Karl Pruner) tells Clayton "you were born to do this. it's in your blood". and the CIA agents realize that Burke is the traitor. Burke invites Clayton to shoot him with a gun he supplied Clayton with. The virus. nor that Zack wasn't dead. apparently relaying Burke's entire confession back to CIA headquarters. 174 Cast • Al Pacino as Walter Burke • Colin Farrell as James Douglas Clayton • Bridget Moynahan as Layla Moore • Gabriel Macht as Zack • Kenneth Mitchell as Alan • Mike Realba as Ronnie Gibson • Ron Lea as Bill Rudolph. and that Zack was the non-official cover operative. where a SWAT team has assembled to track them down. Not knowing this. congratulates Clayton on passing his final test. The CIA had no knowledge of Burke's treachery and were there to arrest Clayton. Clayton's link to the CIA was a fake. Clayton suspects differently and confronts Burke with these contradictions at an abandoned warehouse. however. By virtue of his familiarity with computer programs. however. Moore consoles Clayton before he heads back to Langley for debriefing. Burke. was not real. shooting out a car window.''The Recruit'' commissioned by the CIA to test the security protocols of the facility by attempting to remove a "fake" virus.

boxofficemojo.[5] References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] The Recruit (2003) . com/ movies/ ?id=recruit.389.htm) at Box Office Mojo . Pictures ." Actor Colin Farrell would play Sonny Crockett in Michael Mann's 2006 film Miami Vice.com/m/recruit/) at Rotten Tomatoes The Recruit (http://www."[4] The movie garnered $52. com/ movies/ ?id=recruit. • The pictures that are during the opening credits. htm) The Recruit Movie Reviews. com/ movie/ the-recruit) http:/ / www.''The Recruit'' • • • • • • • • • • Jane Moffat as Polygraph Technician Bart Bedford as Co-Worker Tony Craig as Transit Cop David Boyce as New Security Guard Tova Smith as Beth Michael Rubenfeld as Felix Domenico Fiore as Farm Instructor #1 Steve Lucescu as Farm Instructor #2 Neil Crone as Farm Instructor #3 Ray Paisley as Farm Instructor #4 175 Trivia • During the card game scene. Rotten tomatoes reports a 'Rotten' average rating of 5.Rotten Tomatoes (http:/ / www.5 out of 10.com/movies/?id=recruit. htm External links • • • • The Recruit (http://www.140 in the United States and $48. are actual childhood photos of Colin Farrell and his father. rottentomatoes.imdb. Clayton says "Looks like it's just me and Sonny Crockett.744 in other countries. and More at Metacritic (http:/ / www. of James and his father. com/ m/ recruit/ ) The Recruit Reviews.metacritic.com/film/titles/recruit) at Metacritic The Recruit (http://www. Credits. com/ m/ recruit/ http:/ / boxofficemojo. making a total worldwide gross of $101.Box Office Mojo (http:/ / www. Ratings. rottentomatoes.rottentomatoes.com/title/tt0292506/) at the Internet Movie Database The Recruit (http://www.802. Reception Critical reception of the film was mixed. summarizing it in the following sentence: "This polished thriller is engaging until it takes one twist too many into the predictable. metacritic. • The character of the CIA Career Trainee Lisa Sahadi (Elisa Moolecherry) was revealed in a deleted scene to have been a CIA agent who is part of the new group and is gathering intelligence on the group.884.191. boxofficemojo.

Christopher Walken. Its title is an homage to Nick Gigli. 2003 121 minutes United States English $54 million $7.209 [1] Music by Cinematography Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue [2] Gigli (pronounced /ˈdʒiːli/) is a 2003 film written and directed by Martin Brest and starring Ben Affleck. a minor character from John Dos Passos's U.266.A.S. The film was the focus of significant media attention and popular interest prior to its release. were romantically involved at the time. the film's stars. primarily because Affleck and Lopez. . Al Pacino. Jennifer Lopez.''Gigli'' 176 Gigli Gigli Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Martin Brest Martin Brest Casey Silver Martin Brest Ben Affleck Jennifer Lopez Justin Bartha Al Pacino Lainie Kazan John Powell Robert Elswit Julie Monroe Billy Weber Revolution Studios Columbia Pictures August 1. trilogy. and Lainie Kazan.

earning a total of only $6 million domestically and $1 million abroad. She slits both wrists and has to be rushed to the hospital. The film received six Razzies in the 2003 Golden Raspberry Awards – Worst Picture. Affleck and Lopez lack chemistry. leading to a sexual encounter between them. Worst Actor. which he sends to his boss as Brian's thumb. a drop of 97 percent. Worst Director. He then included Gigli on his 100 worst movies of the decade at #7.[5] By its third weekend in release. but Ricki talks him out of it. Conan O'Brien said "The Mets are doing so badly that they will be renamed 'The New York Gigli. Ricki's girlfriend (Crider) shows up at Gigli's apartment. they are called to meet with the mob's boss. As for its stars. grossing less than $4 million in its opening weekend after costing $54 million to make."[3] It scored an 18% on Metacritic based on 37 reviews. In the UK. although Ebert showed some sympathy towards the film. often called the worst movie of 2003. too disorganized for me to recommend it. and Worst Screen Couple. The majority of the reviews have been negative. 177 Plot Larry Gigli (Affleck) is a low-ranking mobster who is commanded to kidnap the mentally challenged. accusing her of cheating. On the show Ebert and Roeper. he hires a woman calling herself Ricki (Lopez) to take over the job. Gigli goes to the morgue and cuts off a corpse's thumb.S. stating it had "clever dialogue". Gigli scored 6% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 157 reviews. The events take a darker turn when Larry and Ricki receive orders to cut off Brian's thumb. Gigli also set a record for the biggest second-weekend drop in box office gross of any film in wide release since that statistic was kept.[6] Late night talk show hosts in particular lampooned the film in their monologues. Worst Screenplay. While at the hospital. Worst Actress." Roeper called the film "a disaster" and "one of the worst movies I've ever seen". He fatally shoots Gigli's superior Louis.. Starkman is about to kill Ricki and Gigli as well. Gigli successfully convinces the young man. He is also frustrated by Brian's insistence on going to "the Baywatch" and by Ricki's lesbianism.215 during its first weekend. Gigli's boss. with the overall consensus being: "Bizarre and clumsily plotted. Brian. critics Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper both gave the film thumbs down. critical reception was extremely poor. They decide to take Brian back to where they found him." However. they discover Baywatch shooting an episode on the beach and leave a happy Brian there. Louis (Venito). to go off with him by promising to take him "to the Baywatch.3 among Metacritic's users.'" The film was withdrawn from U.. . Reception The movie was considered a bomb. down from 2. Starkman (Pacino) reveals that he didn't approve of the plan to kidnap a federal prosecutor's brother and scolds them because the thumb they sent won't match Brian's fingerprint. Although Gigli is attracted to Ricki. On the way. and in the years since its release Gigli has frequently been cited as among the worst movies ever made. theaters were showing it. Its title was named by the Global Language Monitor as one of the top words from Hollywood having an impact on the English language in 2003. he resents the fact that Louis does not have faith in him and that he has to take orders from Ricki. Baywatch-obsessed younger brother (Bartha) of a powerful federal prosecutor to save his mobster boss from prison. Gigli and Ricki go back to his apartment and Gigli confesses his love. theatres after only three weeks (one of the shortest circulation times for a big-budget movie).S.''Gigli'' However. but was ". Afterwards. Gigli is a mess. meaning "extreme dislike or disgust". only 73 U. does not trust him. the movie was dropped by virtually every cinema after critics panned it. For a film to win the "Academy Awards grand slam". something neither of them wants to do. a three among notable critics at Rotten Tomatoes and a 2. it dropped by almost 82 percent in its second weekend compared to its first.[4] It also scored only an 8% on Rotten Tomatoes' "Cream of the Crop" section.

as opposed to less negative. php http:/ / www.sonypictures. com/ movies/ 2003/ GIGLI. com/ m/ gigli/ ). Variety. html). gigli/ index.imdb. metacritic. com/ video/ titles/ gigli?q=gigli) Biggest Second Weekend Drops at the Box Office (http:/ / www. Even some of the critics who were completely panning the film gave a sliver of positivity when mentioning Bartha's performance. winning those awards' Razzie counterparts makes Gigli the only film ever to perform the "Razzie grand slam".Yahoo! Movies (http:/ / movies.rottentomatoes. External links • • • • • • Official website (http://http://www.[7] with a critics rating of D−. when set alongside the likes of Dumb and Dumberer and Legally Blonde 2. while panning the film. the-numbers.metacritic. review. boxofficemojo. Roger (2003-08-01). com/ movies/ ?id=gigli. htm) Hollywords (http:/ / www. [11] Dawes.[10] Ebert ranked the film with two and a half stars. com/ review/ VE1117921453. Best Director." A rare positive. com/ alltime/ weekends/ drops." Berardinelli ranked the film with two stars. Chicago Sun-Times. review came from Amy Dawes of Variety. "Movie Reviews: Gigli" (http:/ / rogerebert. theonion. The Onion. suntimes. Roger Ebert's was the highest rated on Metacritic. really bad" (http:/ / www. Rotten Tomatoes. titled "Gigli focus groups demand new ending in which Affleck and Lopez die. Amy (2003-08-02). . Screenplay. Yahoo! Movies rates Gigli number one on their Bottom Rated Movies of All Time. .com/title/tt0299930/) at the Internet Movie Database Gigli (http://www. . cnn. but the film is worth seeing for some very good scenes. "This isn't a good film. Retrieved 2010-05-03. and Best Writing. dll/ article?AID=/ 20030801/ REVIEWS/ 308010303/ 1023).com/work/282034) at Allmovie . A year later. com/ movie/ 1808404170/ info) "Gigli Focus Groups Demand New Ending In Which Both Affleck And Lopez Die" (http:/ / www. Perhaps the only element of the film that received any noticeable positive attention was Justin Bartha's performance as the mentally handicapped younger brother. com/ hollywords) Top Movies . 2003-07-31.[11] Her review was the only positive one out of 37 reviews from notable critics according to Rotten Tomatoes. yahoo.Movie Info . html?iref=newssearch). [10] Ebert. rottentomatoes. 178 References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] http:/ / www. saying.htm) at Box Office Mojo Gigli (http://www. (http:/ / www. com/ apps/ pbcs. were two of the very few critics to not write it off completely. yahoo. his performance did nothing to overshadow the film's nearly unanimous bad reviews.boxofficemojo. She wrote that the story was ludicrous and that the film would tank. "They didn't quite get to where they wanted to be. variety. Retrieved 2008-01-19.[12] Nonetheless. Jen & Ben offer less pain.Yahoo! Movies (http:/ / movies. although others (particularly Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper) found the character manipulative and derivative of Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man. com/ 2003/ SHOWBIZ/ Movies/ 07/ 31/ sprj. cas03. languagemonitor.allmovie. a satirical newspaper. Best Actor.com/movies/?id=gigli. com/ mvc/ top10) Gigli (2003) . the film won a seventh Razzie for "Worst Comedy of Our First 25 Years.com/m/gigli/) at Rotten Tomatoes Gigli (http://www. Conversely. [12] "Review: 'Gigli' is really. "Gigli Review" (http:/ / www.[8] The Onion. . but that on balance she found it a fun film with several good performances. 2003-07-30." Currently. saying. ran an article about the film."[9] Roger Ebert and James Berardinelli. but.''Gigli'' it must win the awards for Best Picture. Best Actress. com/ content/ node/ 29151). Although hers was the only positive one on Rotten Tomatoes. boxofficemojo. CNN. .com/movies/gigli/) Gigli (http://www. htm "Gigli" (http:/ / www.com/film/titles/gigli) at Metacritic Gigli (http://www.

" as well as six one-hour "chapters" that roughly correspond to an act or two of each of these plays. "In Vitro" and "The Messenger") were initially broadcast on December 7. 2003 352 min.''Angels in America (TV miniseries)'' 179 Angels in America (TV miniseries) Angels in America DVD cover for Angels in America Genre Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Miniseries Mike Nichols Celia D. the spreading AIDS epidemic and a rapidly changing social and political climate. Kushner adapted his original text for the screen. the film has at its core the story of two couples whose relationships dissolve amidst the backdrop of Reagan era politics. of episodes Angels in America is a 2003 HBO miniseries adapted from the Pulitzer Prize winning play of the same name by Tony Kushner. 2003 – December 14. and Mike Nichols directed.[1] HBO broadcast the film in various formats: two three-hour chunks that correspond to "Millennium Approaches" and "Perestroika. 2003 to . 6 chapters Original channel HBO Original run Running time No. the first three chapters ("Bad News". Costas Tony Kushner Al Pacino Meryl Streep Patrick Wilson Emma Thompson Mary-Louise Parker Jeffrey Wright Justin Kirk Thomas Newman Music by Cinematography Stephen Goldblatt Editing by Country Language John Bloom Antonia Van Drimmelen United States Canada English Hebrew Aramaic Yiddish December 7. Set in 1985.

Roy is diagnosed with AIDS early on. Joe Pitt. In 2006.[2] 180 Plot It's 1985: God has abandoned heaven. an attorney who is Mormon and Republican. help Prior choose. and Death swings the quiet scythe of AIDS across the nation. Lou. but the relationship doesn't work out. and loneliness and. he's ill.''Angels in America (TV miniseries)'' international acclaim. with the final three chapters ("Stop Moving!". and she longs to escape from her sexless marriage. his lover of four years. Cohn to preserve his power and image. garnering much critical acclaim and multiple Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. Angels in America was the most watched made-for-cable movie in 2003. I'm in Heaven") following. [3] [4] Cast • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Roy Cohn Meryl Streep as Hannah Pitt / Ethel Rosenberg / The Rabbi / The Angel Australia Patrick Wilson as Joe Pitt / the Antarctic Eskimo Mary-Louise Parker as Harper Pitt Emma Thompson as Nurse Emily / the Homeless Woman / The Angel America Justin Kirk as Prior Walter / Leatherman in the Park Jeffrey Wright as Mr. Lies / Belize / Homeless Man / The Angel Europa Ben Shenkman as Louis Ironson / The Angel Oceania James Cromwell as Henry. guilt invades Lou. loss. "Beyond Nelly" and "Heaven. and as his life comes to a close he is haunted by the ghost of Ethel Rosenberg. Ronald Reagan is in the White House. in the end. As disease and loneliness ravage Prior. Pitt's mother and Belize. As the film continues. these lost souls come together to create bonds of love. leaves him. Prior Walter tells Lou. is pushed by right-wing fixer Roy Cohn toward a job at the United States Department of Justice. causing her to hallucinate constantly. Both Pitt and Cohn are in the closet: Pitt out of shame and religious turmoil. Roy's Doctor . Pitt's wife Harper is strung out on Valium. In Manhattan. Seattle Times listed the series amongst "Best of the filmed AIDS portrayals" on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of AIDS. a close friend. Joe leaves his wife and goes to live with Lou. An angel commands Prior to be a prophet. unable to handle it. discover forgiveness and overcome abandonment.

Bethesda Fountain at the Bethesda Terrace in New York City's Central Park. were part of the project. including Meryl Streep. a number of directors. In 1993. The principal cast. realizing there was "literally too much plot. where many scenes were shot Below Bethesda Terrace. was immediately assembled by him. ended in January 2003. Altman worked on the project in 1993 and 1994. Television or Other Visual Media. Kushner tried squeezing the play into a feature film. Al Pacino committed to playing the role of Roy Cohn.''Angels in America (TV miniseries)'' 181 Soundtrack The soundtrack of the series by Thomas Newman was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture. and had won the 1994 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor for his stage performance.[6] The shooting started in May 2002. who also co-adapted the play of the same title. before budget constraints forced him to move out. having first read it in 1989. Central Park. Subsequently. where the heaven sequence was shot Brokaw gave Mike Nichols the script while he was working with him on Wit (2001) starring Emma Thompson. and after a 137-day schedule. HBO Films stepped in as producer. New York City. as few studios could risk producing two successive 150 minute movies at the cost of $40 million. before its first production. including Robert Altman. with important scenes at ." and settling for the TV miniseries format. having recently worked with Nichols. Production Executive producer of the series. Jeffrey Wright was the only original cast member to appear in the film version. Al Pacino and Emma Thompson. In the meantime. where final scene was shot Canopus of Hadrian's Villa. allocating a budget of $60 million. Filming was done primarily at Kaufman Astoria Studios. Cary Brokaw worked for over ten years to bring the 1991 stage production to television. While Kushner continued adapting the play until the late [5] 1990s. at which he eventually failed.

Movie or a Special (Non-Prosthetic) Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Movie [9] Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries. Miniseries. Won • • • • • • • • • • • Outstanding Miniseries Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries. Central Park. or Movie (Mary-Louise Parker) Emmy Awards In 2004.and Pulitzer Prize-winning work" and that he "managed to make "Angels in America" thrive onscreen. or Movie (Jeffrey Wright) Best Supporting Actress in a Series. dating early 2nd century. signifying her "coming to life." [8] Awards and nominations Golden Globe Awards • • • • • Best Miniseries or Made for TV Movie Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie (Al Pacino) Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie (Meryl Streep) Best Supporting Actor in a Series... Movie or a Special Outstanding Art Direction for a Miniseries. Miniseries. the Roman archaeological complex at Tivoli.Miniseries or a Movie .''Angels in America (TV miniseries)'' Bethesda Fountain. Italy."[5] 182 Critical reception The New York Times wrote that "Mike Nichols's television version is a work of art in itself. The heaven sequence was shot at Hadrian's Villa. Angels in America broke the record previously held by Roots for the most Emmys awarded to a program in a single year by winning 11 awards from 21 nominations. Movie or a Dramatic Special (Mike Nichols) Outstanding Lead Actor – Miniseries or a Movie (Al Pacino) Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or a Movie (Meryl Streep) Outstanding Supporting Actor – Miniseries or a Movie (Jeffrey Wright) Outstanding Supporting Actress . "director Mike Nichols. as well as the opening sequence wherein the angel at the Bethesda Fountain opens its eyes in the end. and a magnificent cast led by Meryl Streep have pulled a spellbinding and revelatory TV movie out of the Tony. Movie or a Special (Part I & II) Outstanding Makeup for a Miniseries."[7] According to a Boston Globe review. Special effects in the series were by Richard Edlund (Star Wars trilogy). The record was broken four years later by John Adams. Movie or a Dramatic Special (Tony Kushner) Nominated • Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or a Movie • (Emma Thompson) • Outstanding Supporting Actor – Miniseries or a Movie • (Patrick Wilson) • (Ben Shenkman) • (Justin Kirk) • Outstanding Main Title Design • Outstanding Special Visual Effects . Manhattan. who created the two important Angel visitation sequences.Miniseries or a Movie (Mary-Louise Parker) Outstanding Casting for a Miniseries.

(Mini)Series or Film Made for TV (Justin Kirk) Best Actor .Miniseries or Film Made for TV (Emma Thompson) . Television or Other Visual Media (Thomas Newman) National Board of Review • Best Film Made for Cable TV Producers Guild of America (PGA) • Producer of the Year Award in Longform (Mike Nichols.Miniseries or Film Made for TV (Justin Kirk) Best Actor .Miniseries or Film Made for TV (Mary-Louise Parker) Best Actress .Miniseries or Film Made for TV (Jeffrey Wright) Best Actress . Costas and Michael Haley) Satellite Awards • • • • • • • Best Actress . Movie or a Special 183 Other Broadcast Film Critics • Best Picture Made for Television Directors Guild of America (DGA) • Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television (Mike Nichols) GLAAD Media Awards • Best Miniseries or Film Made for TV • Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture. Cary Brokaw.Miniseries or TV Film (Al Pacino) Best Supporting Actor .(Mini)Series or Film Made for TV (Jeffrey Wright) Best Supporting Actress .''Angels in America (TV miniseries)'' • • • • Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries.Miniseries or Film Made for TV (Meryl Streep) Best Miniseries Best Supporting Actor .(Mini)Series or Film Made for TV(Patrick Wilson) Best Supporting Actor . Celia D. Movie or a Special Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie Outstanding Costumes for a Miniseries. Movie or a Special Outstanding Hairstyling for a Miniseries.(Mini)Series or Film Made for TV (Mary-Louise Parker) • Best Supporting Actress .(Mini)Series or Film Made for TV (Emma Thompson) Screen Actors Guild (SAG) • • • • • • Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie: Al Pacino (won) Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Movie : Meryl Streep (won) Best Actor .

html?res=9A07EFDB1E3EF934A25757C0A9639C8B63) by Anita Gates. April 17.com/title/tt0318997/) at the Internet Movie Database Angels in America (http://www. co. Boston Globe Staff. The essential HBO reader. com/ movie/ 299769/ Angels-in-America/ overview) New York Times [2] An AIDS anniversary: 25 years in the arts (http:/ / seattletimes. com/ reviews/ 2003/ angels-in-america-part-one) Film4 [4] Part two (http:/ / www. film4. Gary Richard. [9] Awards (http:/ / www. 2005.com/m/angels_in_america/) at Rotten Tomatoes Winged Victory: (http://nymag. [8] TELEVISION REVIEW: HBO infuses `Angels' with new life Nichols.imdb. com/ html/ entertainment/ 2003079432_filmaids25. p. html) Seattle Times. imdb.com/films/angelsinamerica) Angels in America (http://www. ISBN 0813124522. com/ ae/ tv/ articles/ 2003/ 12/ 05/ hbo_infuses_angels_with_new_life/ ) By Matthew Gilbert. [5] Edgerton. boston. nwsource. com/ gst/ fullpage.rottentomatoes. [3] Part one (http:/ / www. Jones (2008). nytimes. cast triumph in inspiring production (http:/ / www. Angels in America" (http:/ / books. . 136.hbo. com/ reviews/ 2003/ angels-in-america-part-two) Film4. New York Times. [6] Trivia (http:/ / www.com/id/2092434/) A Slate Magazine review arguing that the miniseries "gets Kushner wrong". com/ title/ tt0318997/ trivia) IMDB [7] Critics Choice:Movies (http:/ / query. 12/5/2003. imdb.''Angels in America (TV miniseries)'' 184 References [1] Angels in America:Overview (http:/ / movies. in/ books?id=odSAPSA1JFEC& pg=PA135& dq=Angels+ in+ America+ 2003& cd=1#v=onepage& q=Angels in America 2003& f=false). June 25.com/nymetro/arts/tv/reviews/n_9578/) New York Television Review The Lector Effect: (http://www. film4.slate. google. com/ title/ tt0318997/ awards) IMDB External links • • • • • Official website (http://http://www. Jeffrey P. 2006. University Press of Kentucky. "10. nytimes. .

as a convert. It begins with text and a montage of how the Jewish community is abused by the Christian population of Venice. The 2004 Merchant of Venice follows the text very closely. One of the last shots of the film also brings attention to the fact that. There had been a British early sound nine-minute short subject production of the trial scene in 1927. It is the first full-length sound film version in English of Shakespeare's play. most other versions are videotaped productions made for television. 2004 138 minutes Italy United Kingdom Luxembourg Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country The Merchant of Venice is a 2004 film based on Shakespeare's play of the same name. Shylock would have been cast out of the Jewish community in Venice. who reaches a catastrophe due to his own flaws: thus the film does not show Shylock purely as a villain. . but partly also as a victim.''The Merchant of Venice (2004 film)'' 185 The Merchant of Venice (2004 film) The Merchant of Venice Directed by Produced by Michael Radford Cary Brokaw Michael Cowan Jason Piette Barry Navidi Michael Radford William Shakespeare (play) Al Pacino Jeremy Irons Joseph Fiennes Lynn Collins Jocelyn Pook Benoît Delhomme Lucia Zucchetti Sony Pictures Classics December 29. with Lewis Casson as Shylock and Sybil Thorndike (Casson's wife) as Portia. Michael Radford. believed that Shylock was Shakespeare's first tragic hero. only missing occasional lines. no longer allowed to live in the ghetto. The director.

However. there is a close-up shot of the turquoise ring on Jessica's finger. Tubal: It was my turquoise. Tubal tells Shylock that in Genoa. realistic look of the streets of Venice.''The Merchant of Venice (2004 film)'' 186 Cast The principal roles are Al Pacino as Shylock the Jew. especially for Michael Radford's and Al Pacino's interpretation of the Shylock character. I had it of Leah when I was a bachelor.[1] . for which production designer Bruno Rubeo was honored by the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists. There are some significant emendations: In Act III. scene i. Words on the screen inform the audience about anti-Semitism in the period.3 million. Joseph Fiennes as Bassanio. Other cast members include: • • • • • • • • • • • • Zuleikha Robinson (Jessica) Kris Marshall (Gratiano) Charlie Cox (Lorenzo) Heather Goldenhersh (Nerissa) Mackenzie Crook (Launcelot Gobbo) John Sessions (Salerio) Gregor Fisher (Solanio) Ron Cook (Old Gobbo) Allan Corduner (Tubal) Anton Rodgers (The Duke) David Harewood (Prince of Morocco) Jules Werner (Franciscan Friar) Plot The film opens with images of Venetian life in 1596. with a production budget of $30 million. Otherwise. Another significant emendation is that we don't see that Antonio receives the good news that three of his ships were not stranded and have returned safely after all at the end of the film." Shylock replies "Thou torturest me. Its worldwide theatrical gross was about $21." Nothing more is said of it. a person "showed me a ring that he had of your daughter for a monkey. Shylock and Antonio are seen among a crowd watching Jews being thrown from the Rialto Bridge into the canal. in an added scene at the end of the film. Jeremy Irons as Antonio the merchant. describing the system of the ghetto and Jewish usury. Critics also praised the dark. In 2005 the film had a Royal Premiere in the presence of Prince Charles and received a BAFTA nomination for Best Costume Design. Reactions Most film critics praised The Merchant of Venice. the film follows the plot of Shakespeare's play closely. I would not have given it for a wilderness of monkeys. especially discrimination against the Jews. implying that Shylock had jumped to the wrong conclusion. and Lynn Collins as Portia.

htm) at Box Office Mojo .metacritic.com/m/merchant_of_venice/) at Rotten Tomatoes • William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice (http://www.com/title/tt0379889/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Merchant of Venice (http://www. com/ movies/ ?id=merchantofvenice.rottentomatoes.com/film/titles/merchantofvenice) at Metacritic • William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice (http://www. htm) at Box Office Mojo External links • The Merchant of Venice (http://www.''The Merchant of Venice (2004 film)'' 187 References [1] The Merchant of Venice (http:/ / www.com/work/292960) at Allmovie • William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice (http://www.imdb.boxofficemojo.allmovie. boxofficemojo.com/movies/ ?id=merchantofvenice.

Caruso and starring Matthew McConaughey.526. J. J. 2005 122 minutes United States English $20 million $30. and Rene Russo.509 [1] Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Two for the Money is a 2005 film directed by D. Al Pacino. . Caruso Jay Cohen Guy McElwaine Dan Gilroy Matthew McConaughey Al Pacino Rene Russo Universal Pictures Morgan Creek October 7.''Two for the Money (film)'' 188 Two for the Money (film) Two for the Money DVD cover Directed by Produced by Written by Starring D. The film is about the world of sports gambling.

Tammy Tyler James Williams . leagues and players continues to bring in big winnings and bigger clients.Alexandria Charles Carroll . Abrams' cable show. the slick head of one of the biggest sports consulting operations in the United States. Novian Jeremy Piven . The Sports Advisors. skyrockets in popularity when he adds Lang's "John Anthony" persona to the desk.C. drawing in everyone in their world. When he begins to falter. His success at choosing winners catches the eye of Walter Abrams (Pacino). after sustaining a career-ending injury. Cast Main • Al Pacino. Walter takes Brandon under his wing. When things go south and Lang loses his touch. With millions at stake. 2005. their fondness for football turns into a bitter fighting match for love and money. California on September 26. takes a job handicapping football games. .M.5M worldwide) against a production budget of $35 million. a former college football star who. aka John Anthony • Rene Russo .Walter Abrams • Matthew McConaughey. It scored only 20% overall rating at Rotten Tomatoes (18% for "cream of the crop").Chuck Adler Carly Pope . Initially. Lang and Abrams battle.Toni Abrams Supporting • • • • • • Armand Assante .9 million (and $30. the once-solid relationship between Lang and Abrams sours. 2005 to generally bad reviews and lackluster box office returns.Jerry Sykes Jaime King . Two for the Money's North American receipts came to only $22. including Abrams' wife. The film itself was released on October 8. and soon they are making tremendous amounts of money. business is very good and Lang's in-depth knowledge of the game. Toni (Russo).Guest at Party (uncredited) Release and Reception Bodog (an online sports betting firm) sponsored the world premiere of Two for the Money in Beverly Hills. Abrams applies the pressure. Lang's new high-rolling lifestyle depended entirely on his ability to predict the outcomes of the games.''Two for the Money (film)'' 189 Plot Brandon Lang (McConaughey).Brandon Lang.

com/ movies/ ?id=twoforthemoney.rottentomatoes. Box Office Mojo.com/m/two_for_the_money/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Film's Box Office tally and budget (http://boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=twoforthemoney. External links • Two for the Money (http://www.twoforthemoney. boxofficemojo. . Retrieved June 15. 2010.com • Official site (http://www.htm) at boxofficemojo. htm).''Two for the Money (film)'' 190 References [1] "Two for the Money (2005)" (http:/ / www.com/title/tt0417217/) at the Internet Movie Database • Two for the Money (http://www.imdb.net/) .

''Ocean's Thirteen'' 191 Ocean's Thirteen Ocean's Thirteen Directed by Produced by Written by Narrated by Starring Steven Soderbergh Jerry Weintraub Brian Koppelman David Levien George Clooney George Clooney Brad Pitt Matt Damon Andy García Don Cheadle Bernie Mac Ellen Barkin Al Pacino Casey Affleck Scott Caan Eddie Izzard Eddie Jemison Shaobo Qin Carl Reiner Elliott Gould David Holmes Music by Cinematography Steven Soderbergh Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Stephen Mirrione Village Roadshow Pictures Warner Bros. 2007 114 minutes. Pictures June 8. 122 (Director's Cut) United States English .

000. they run into problems when the drill fails. in an attempt to legitimize himself in his later years.[2] The film was screened out of competition at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. to gain access to the display and switch the diamonds with fakes. Filming began in July 2006 in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Rigging of the games would require them to defeat "The Greco". which may reveal the rest of Ocean's gang to Bank. While the group prepares the rigged games. this will force Bank to cede control of the hotel to his board. All of the cast members reprised their roles from the previous installments except for Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta-Jones. he only offers Ocean the funds if they also steal the four other Diamond Awards Bank has won. and have identified Linus. As they exit to the roof of the hotel for extraction via helicopter. "The Bank". in on Ocean's plan and there to help Linus swap the diamonds. Reuben suffers a heart attack from the revelation and becomes bed-ridden. which itself was a remake of the 1960 Rat Pack film of the same name. while the real reviewer. and arranged for Linus and Bobby to extract the . Ocean's team acquires one of the giant drills used to bore the Channel Tunnel to simulate an earthquake under the hotel on its gala opening night. which Bank has won four times before for other casinos.624 Ocean's Twelve 192 Ocean's Thirteen is a 2007 crime comedy film directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring an ensemble cast. It is the third and final film[1] in the Soderbergh series following the 2004 sequel Ocean's Twelve and the 2001 film Ocean's Eleven. Ocean is forced to approach his nemesis Terry Benedict (Andy García) to fund the purchase of the second drill. Linus is arrested by the lead agent. but is surprised to discover he is his father Bobby (Bob Einstein). They plan to trick Bank into carrying a cell phone with a magnetron. To assure that players cash out. they plan to prevent Bank's new hotel from winning the prestigious Five Diamond Award from the Royal Review board. Willy Bank (Al Pacino). Saul Bloom (Carl Reiner) poses as the reviewer of the board. tipped off to rigged machines by Livingston Dell (Eddie Jemison). Linus and Bobby hand over the diamonds to Toulour. after attempting to negotiate with Bank. The second plan is to rig the casino's slot machines and other gambling games to force the hotel to pay out more than $500 million in winnings.312. Danny Ocean (George Clooney). a self-proclaimed "Very Unimportant Person" (David Paymer). who Benedict had ordered to intercept the diamonds. is treated poorly during his stay through Ocean's associates and the staff of the hotel on their payroll. First. Basher (Don Cheadle). but discovers too late he only holds the fakes. They decide to do so in two ways. agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrive. While Benedict has a grunge against Bank and is willing to help. based on a script by Brian Koppelman and David Levien. Ocean had been aware of Toulour's presence. Ocean plans for Linus Caldwell (Matt Damon)to seduce Bank's assistant. when Bank forces Tishkoff to sign over the ownership rights of the new hotel/casino they were building together. is conned by his business partner and ruthless businessman. created by technical expert Roman Nagel (Eddie Izzard) to disrupt the Greco. As Ocean's plan proceeds on opening night.[5] Plot Reuben Tishkoff (Elliott Gould). now on display in a secured case at the upper levels of the hotel. a state-of-the-art artificial intelligence system that monitors the games. distracts Bank long enough to allow the gang to change the FBI records. who leaves.[3] It was released on June 8. 2007 in the United States[4] and in several countries in the Middle East on June 6. they are caught by François "The Night Fox" Toulour (Vincent Cassel). as a way to get revenge for Reuben. gathers up his partners-in-crime and plans to completely ruin Bank on the night of the opening of the casino.000 $311. Abigail Sponder (Ellen Barkin). Al Pacino and Ellen Barkin joined the cast as their new targets.''Ocean's Thirteen'' Budget Gross revenue Preceded by $85.

Scott Caan as Turk Malloy 8. Matt Damon as Linus Caldwell/Lenny Pepperidge 4. (The real Five Diamond Award reviewer. As Bank realizes his ruin. Shaobo Qin as "The Amazing" Yen/Mr. Carl Reiner as Saul Bloom/Kensington Chubb 12. Bernie Mac as Frank Catton 5. Casey Affleck as Virgil Malloy 7. The group uses the money they made off with to buy property north of the Las Vegas Strip for Reuben to build his own casino. 193 Cast The Thirteen 1. who repeatedly states "It's not their fight." Others • • • • • • • • • • • • Ellen Barkin as Abigail Sponder Al Pacino as Willy Bank Vincent Cassel as François Toulour Bob Einstein as FBI Agent Robert "Bobby" Caldwell Olga Sosnovska as Debbie David Paymer as The V. and guests leaving the hotel with their bountiful winnings. Ocean lets him know that they did everything for Reuben. Weng 11. Don Cheadle as Basher Tarr/Fender Roads 10. Eddie Jemison as Livingston Dell 9.P. forcing Benedict to publicly admit his philanthropy. Schwartz as "The Bruiser" (seen cashing a large amount of casino chips) Oprah Winfrey as Herself Noureen DeWulf as Indian girl . The remainder of Ocean's plan continues as expected. Ocean donates Benedict's portions of the take to charity. Elliott Gould as Reuben Tishkoff 6. their absence being explained by Danny. Eddie Izzard as Roman Nagel Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta-Jones did not appear in their roles as Tess Ocean and Isabel Lahiri due to script issues[6] .) Julian Sands as Greco Montgomery Angel Oquendo as Guard Ortega Jerry Weintraub as Denny Shields Scott L. Rusty ensures that the Very Unimportant Person is compensated by allowing him to win a million-dollar jackpot at a rigged slot machine at the airport.''Ocean's Thirteen'' entire display case from the hotel with the helicopter.U. As the group disperses on their own and consider settling down. Andy García as Terry Benedict 13. with the Greco disrupted. George Clooney as Danny Ocean 2. Brad Pitt as Rusty Ryan 3.

com/ movies/ ?id=oceans13. . net/ news/ movienews. "Ocean's Thirteen" (http:/ / rogerebert. com/ en/ archives/ ficheFilm/ id/ 4402485/ year/ 2007. none of which I cared much about because the movie doesn't pause to develop the characters. 1 spot at box office" (http:/ / news. David Edelstein wrote. Manohla (June 8. wrote. Ocean's Thirteen had generated $311. It’s all anchored by Clooney. almost laughably handsome". com/ stories/ 2006/ 03/ 28/ entertainment/ main1444841. On the movie website Rotten Tomatoes. David (June 3. looking impudent. bahraincinema. php). Edward (June 10. 2007. festival-cannes. comingsoon. [5] "Bahrain Cinema Company homepage" (http:/ / www. [2] "Ocean's 13 to Start on July 21" (http:/ / www. com/ m3254/ oceans-thirteen/ ). "They Always Come Out Ahead. 2007. htm) [10] http:/ / www. Yahoo! Entertainment News (Online News).com. "As the plotting gets knottier. darkhorizons. 2007). 2007). nytimes. Roger (June 7. shtml [7] ""Ocean's Thirteen" steals No. 2007). [6] http:/ / www. Box Office Mojo (Online News). net/ news/ movienews. compared to Twelve's $39 million opening weekend. Roger Ebert wrote. and a top critics score of 57%. [8] Douglas. . themovieinsider. 2007). the colors more luscious. [9] Ocean's Thirteen (2007) (http:/ / www.whooaaa! . Bet on It" (http:/ / movies. References [1] ""Ocean's 13" Definitely The Last?" (http:/ / www. Retrieved June 6. festival-cannes. dll/ article?AID=/ 20070606/ REVIEWS/ 706060301). . Despite being opened in 250 more theaters than Ocean's Twelve. New York. html?ref=movies). 2007. the whip-pans more whizbang. com/ 2007/ 06/ 08/ movies/ 08ocea. and a lotta stuff happening. 2006. Retrieved July 14. 2008.[9] Critics Critical reception to the movie has been mostly positive with some critics liking the movie's style while others criticized it for being overly complex. the movie has received an overall 70% score. wrote. com). Retrieved June 10. in his review for the Chicago Sun-Times. in her review for The New York Times. who are forced to make do with their movie-star personas". Clooney’s luscious mug. in his review for The Guardian. Retrieved 2009-12-20. php?id=13812). In Ocean’s Thirteen he proves that in spades by using color like Kandinsky and hanging a funny mustache on Mr. php?id=20925). "Sometimes we go to split-screen. com/ news06/ 061204k. stated that if it had been the first movie. Joel Siegel. com/ movies/ reviews/ 32866/ ). his technique gets more fluid—the editing jazzier. suntimes. "Ocean's Thirteen proceeds with insouciant dialogue. 2008. it had a slightly weaker opening weekend than the former.two of the split-screen frames are funkily showing the same thing. the scenes could be reshuffled and shown in any order and it would amount to the same thing. reaching the top spot at the North American box office. . Retrieved June 17. and sometimes . Retrieved June 18. June 10. "The Summer Box Office Gets All Wet" (http:/ / www.[12] However. rottentomatoes. Retrieved June 18. in what would turn out to be his last review for Good Morning America. .[14] Home video release Ocean's Thirteen was released on DVD in November 2007.[11] Manohla Dargis. 2007. .[13] Peter Bradshaw. . [3] "Festival de Cannes: Ocean's Thirteen" (http:/ / www. . [4] "Movie Insider: Ocean's Thirteen (2007)" (http:/ / www. New York Times. yahoo.[10] In his review for New York. 2008. . com/ m/ oceans_thirteen/ [11] Edelstein. html). there still would have been a sequel.[7] [8] By the end of December 2007. cbsnews. Chicago-Sun Times. It is all quite meaningless. roguish. "Playing inside the box and out. Retrieved July 14. [12] Dargis. . com/ s/ nm/ 20070610/ film_nm/ boxoffice_dc_1). having become a genius of the system he so often resists". 2006. 2007. As if in an experimental novel by BS Johnson. pulling in $36 million. Retrieved June 18. studied casualness. There is no human motivation and no romance". boxofficemojo. he has learned to go against the grain while also going with the flow.''Ocean's Thirteen'' 194 Reception Box office The film did well on its first weekend. com/ apps/ pbcs. comingsoon. .4 million in box office revenue worldwide. "What Happens in Vegas…" (http:/ / nymag. Retrieved June 10. [13] Ebert.

.boxofficemojo. html). uk/ News_Story/ Critic_Review/ Guardian_review/ 0.00.warnerbros. "Ocean's Thirteen" (http:/ / film.htm) at Box Office Mojo Ocean's Thirteen (http://www. 2008. . co.com/movies/?id=oceans13. Peter (June 8. The Guardian. Retrieved June 18.imdb. guardian.com/) Ocean's Thirteen (http://www.2097605.com/work/346640) at Allmovie . 2007).''Ocean's Thirteen'' [14] Bradshaw.com/title/tt0496806/) at the Internet Movie Database Oceans Thirteen (http://www.allmovie. 195 External links • • • • Official website (http://http://oceans13.

2008 (United States) Running time Country Language Budget 111 minutes United States English $30 million Gross revenue $32.503[1] .''88 Minutes'' 196 88 Minutes 88 Minutes Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Jon Avnet Jon Avnet Randall Emmett Michael P. 2007 (Israel) April 18. Flannigan George Furla Avi Lerner Gary Scott Thompson Gary Scott Thompson Al Pacino Alicia Witt Leelee Sobieski Deborah Kara Unger Amy Brenneman Neal McDonough Benjamin McKenzie Edward Shearmur Millennium Films Written by Starring Music by Studio Distributed by TriStar Pictures (United States) Warner Bros.573. (United Kingdom) Release date(s) March 2.

had set this up and was working with Forster all this time. Amy Brenneman. The sound of a door breaking down and the girl screaming is heard. he receives a threatening phone call telling him that he has 88 minutes to live. Gramm tells him that Lauren is dead and it is over . On the tape is a little girl. giving Gramm a similar threat. After police questioning. Forster taunts him. Deborah Kara Unger. causing both Carol and Lauren to fall. TriStar Pictures acquired all United States distribution rights of 88 Minutes. he manages to save Carol.and that Forster only has 12 hours to live. Before leaving. scared. 2008. the attacker. He receives another call while teaching. several similar torture murders with very similar modi operandi occur. Leelee Sobieski. Gramm then tells Kim that the girl on the tape was his 12-year-old sister. saying "Tick tock. an FBI agent he is friendly with. when he was 28. the attacker subdues one of them using halothane and murders her after raping and torturing her. Doc. Soon after. He reports the threat to Shelly. 197 Plot The film opens in 1997 with a scene of an unknown assailant breaking into the home of two sisters. Gramm tries to notify authorities while trying to uncover Forster's past at the same time. to meet up with him. and he becomes suspicious of the students. Gramm arrives and finds that Forster's appeals attorney. He later discovers through a tape that someone had accessed his secure files. he left her alone in his house to work on a case. but Parks arrives and shoots Lauren. hanging her upside down with latches and rope. Carol has been hung over a balcony while Kim has been tied up.''88 Minutes'' 88 Minutes is a 2007 American thriller film directed by Jon Avnet starring Al Pacino. saying Gramm's name many times and asking for help. Gramm reports this to the police after questioning nearby people. With the help of his teaching assistant Kim. and brushes off the threat. tic-tock" . Carol. The assailant then rapes and tortures the other sister when she wakes up. Kim calls Gramm with a similar threat like Carol's. enters the classroom and warns of a bomb threat. In May 2007. is attacked by an unknown assailant. Later. As Gramm leaves." Nine years later. A dean. and Neal McDonough."except for the clock that goes tic-tock. Kate. Gramm tries to save both of them but Lauren comes loose and falls to her death. 2005 and wrapped in December 2005. After one goes to sleep. but leaves her alive. telling everyone to leave. on the day Forster is to be executed at midnight. The film was released in various territories during 2007. Gramm is questioned but released. is convicted by a jury after forensic psychiatrist Jack Gramm testifies against him in court. Jon Forster. his secretary. Lydia Doherty (who is actually Lauren under a pseudonym).[2] TriStar Pictures released this film in the United States theatrically on April 18. He goes to the parking lot to see that his car has been vandalized with a similar threat. Benjamin McKenzie. one of his students. The screaming stops seconds later. Lauren Douglas. However. Lauren threatens Gramm with a gun and forces him to "confess" that he gave false details at the trial. Filming began in the Vancouver area on October 8. when a serial killer he was trying to catch broke in and savagely murdered her. When Forster calls. Gramm finds written threats in the classroom. Alicia Witt. The crime took exactly 88 minutes. Carol tells Gramm to meet her at a location. Later. he manages to convince Parks. . On the way to his class.

168 theaters in the United States and Canada. In the middle of the movie there's a scene with a Roots Canada store in the background.890 and fell to number eight at the box office.385 with $17.467 from the US and Canadian box office and $15. . the film grossed $6. based on 27 reviews. ranking fourth at the box office and averaging $3. Critical reception 88 Minutes was heavily panned by critics. Rycker Kristina Copeland as Dale Morris Tammy Hui as Janie Cates Vicky Huang as Joanie Cates Victoria Tennant II as Kate Michal Yannai as Leeza Pearson Paul Campbell as Albert Jackson Shia LaBeouf as Student (Uncredited) Production Jon Avnet replaced James Foley as director. The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 5% of critics gave the film positive reviews.593.918 from the rest of the world. This also could have been because many integral scenes were filmed in the busiest areas of campus during peak class hours. In its second weekend. Filming locations The university scenes in the film were shot at the University of British Columbia (UBC) near Vancouver. The cab passes a "licenced" establishment.957. the film grossed $3.593.[3] On Metacritic. which stood in for a fictional Northwest Washington University.209 per theater.T.[4] Box office performance In its opening weekend. It attracted much attention on campus (mainly due to Pacino's presence in the film) and filming was interrupted repeatedly because of it. The Canadian location is much in evidence when Pacino enters a cab early in the film.379.[5] The film's worldwide gross is $32.213.''88 Minutes'' 198 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Dr. Jack Gramm Alicia Witt as Kim Cummings Leelee Sobieski as Lauren Douglas/Lydia Doherty Amy Brenneman as Shelly Barnes William Forsythe as Special Agent Frank Parks Deborah Kara Unger as Carol Johnson Benjamin McKenzie as Mike Stempt Neal McDonough as Jon Forster Leah Cairns as Sara Pollard Stephen Moyer as Guy LaForge Christopher Redman as Jeremy Guber Brendan Fletcher as Johnny d'Franco Michael Eklund as J. the film has an average score of 17 out of 100. based on 120 reviews.216 in 2. with a Shoppers Drug Mart store and a Canada Post mailbox in the background. It was common for students to exit buildings after class only to walk into a shooting location. Shero Rauf was the digital effects artist for the film.

150.htm) at Box Office Mojo .DVD Sales (http:/ / www. 2008 and sold 220. Variety.041 units which gathered revenue of $11. Metacritic. rottentomatoes. htm). The Numbers.88minutestolive.com/film/titles/88minutes) at Metacritic 88 Minutes (http://www. [3] "88 Minutes Movie Reviews.056 or more than one-third of the budget. [2] Garrett. htm).Weekend Box Office Results" (http:/ / www. . com/ index.[6] References [1] 88 Minutes (2008) (http:/ / www.boxofficemojo. "Sony snaps up 'Friday' remake" (http:/ / www. . As of the seventh week. php). [4] "88 Minutes Movie Reviews. 2007). Retrieved 2010-11-01. Retrieved 2009-11-15. boxofficemojo. Box Office Mojo. Credits" (http:/ / www. [6] 88 Minutes .''88 Minutes'' 199 Home media 88 Minutes was released on September 16. Retrieved 2008-04-21. asp?layout=festivals& jump=story& id=1061& articleid=VR1117965551& cs=1).rottentomatoes. com/ film/ titles/ 88minutes). Retrieved 2009-11-15. com/ movies/ 2008/ 88MIN-DVD. Ratings. [5] "88 Minutes (2008) .com/movies/?id=88minutes.com/m/88_minutes/) at Rotten Tomatoes 88 Minutes (http://www. com/ movies/ ?id=88minutes. External links • • • • • • Official website (http://http://www. Diane (May 21. boxofficemojo. it has sold about 574. . variety. .com) 88 Minutes (http://www. Retrieved 2010-11-01.com/work/307493) at Allmovie 88 Minutes (http://www.com/title/tt0411061/) at the Internet Movie Database 88 Minutes (http://www. metacritic. the-numbers.965 in the opening weekend. Box Office Mojo.metacritic.imdb. Rotten Tomatoes. Pictures" (http:/ / www.allmovie. com/ movies/ ?page=weekend& id=88minutes. com/ m/ 88_minutes).

202 [1] . Rosenberg Lati Grobman Randall Emmett Russell Gewirtz Robert De Niro Al Pacino Curtis Jackson Carla Gugino Donnie Wahlberg Brian Dennehy John Leguizamo Ed Shearmur Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Denis Lenoir Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Paul Hirsch Overture Films (USA) Lions Gate Entertainment (UK) September 12. 2008 100 minutes United States English $60 million $76.747.''Righteous Kill'' 200 Righteous Kill Righteous Kill Promotional poster Directed by Produced by Jon Avnet Avi Lerner Boaz Davidson Daniel M.

Rooster claims Spider as Poetry Boy's fourteenth victim. He calls for an ambulance. Poetry Boy assaults Perez. When Turk finishes. and Rooster is the actual Poetry Boy. and the film opens with the tenth victim. Brian Dennehy. Carla Gugino. 201 Plot Police psychologists review recordings of a man who is presumably Detective David Fisk (De Niro). and Riley (Wahlberg). Tom Cowan (Pacino).''Righteous Kill'' Righteous Kill is a 2008 crime thriller film with elements of a buddy cop film directed by Jon Avnet. After Perez and Riley leave the scene unsatisfied.[2] Righteous Kill also features John Leguizamo. Rooster puts Turk in front of a video camera and forces him to read the journal. Turk and Rooster investigate the murder with the less-experienced Detectives Corelli (Gugino). however Rooster begs him to withdraw the ambulance. and an attempted fourteenth victim. Turk's name is actually Tom Cowan. the "Poetry Boy" killer. Rooster fires aimlessly to convince Turk to report that the Poetry Boy is assaulting a police officer. Rooster plants a gun at the house of acquitted child molester and murderer Charles Randall (Hughes). who happens to be Perez's ex-girlfriend. He is last shown coaching a Police Athletic League baseball team as Corelli looks on. Cast • • • • • • • • • Robert De Niro as Detective Tom "Turk" Cowan Al Pacino as Detective David "Rooster" Fisk Carla Gugino as Detective Karen Corelli John Leguizamo as Detective Perez Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Riley Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson as Marcus "Spider" Smith Brian Dennehy as Lieutenant Hingis Frank John Hughes as Charles Randall Rob Dyrdek as Robert "Rambo" Brady . After some hesitation. and starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. Turk calls off the ambulance. Corelli. Perez and Riley suspect Turk of being Poetry Boy due to his markmanship skills and psych evaluations." These recordings provide a narrative. they link it to the Poetry Boy. and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. Corelli. Turk proves his innocence during an encounter with this drug dealer as he has the "wrong" gun and humiliating but obviously inappropriate poem. so they arrange a secretly supervised meeting between Turk and a drug dealer Marcus "Spider" Smith (Jackson) (during which Turk supposedly must kill him). The Poetry Boy earned the moniker for his modus operandi of murdering criminals and leaving short poems with their bodies. Russian mobster Yevgeny Mugalat. Donnie Wahlberg. a drug dealer named Robert "Rambo" Brady (Dyrdek). When Rooster takes aim at Turk. Turk stumbles upon and reads Rooster's journal. and considers him his role model of how a cop should be. 2008.[3] [4] The film was released in the United States on September 12. and Rooster's David Fisk (they were only referred to as "Turk" and "Rooster" outside of the recordings). Meanwhile. allowing Rooster to bleed to death. and Perez. Fisk reveals that he looks up to his partner of almost 30 years. Turk fires several rounds at Rooster. Perez (Leguizamo). Pacino goes by the nickname "Rooster" and De Niro by the nickname "Turk. During this scrape Rooster inadvertently drops his diary. convicting him. and fleeing. but Turk resists. However. When they find a poem on the body. Turk is now living with Corelli. resisting arrest. At this point. As Poetry Boy murders acquitted rapist Jonathan Van Luytens and Father Connell. he chases Rooster to a construction site. Rooster kills Spider. a Catholic priest and child molester (children including Poetry Boy himself). it is realized that the recordings from the film's beginning and therefore the narration merely set Turk up as a red herring. tension builds between Turk.

the jury were taken to the station to retrace de Menezes' steps as part of the inquiry. saying: "This isn't just generic material. grossed over $180 million worldwide. sensible editing and everything else one expects to find in a police thriller just to keep the audience off-guard.184 in revenue. Overture Films paid $12 million to acquire the film. Heat. and the director is a journeyman. it's generic material with a dumb ending. 'there's nothing wrong with a little shooting so long as the right people get shot" was prominently featured throughout London Underground stations during the film's release..''Righteous Kill'' 202 Reception The film has received mainly negative reviews.[13] By comparison. and the first real pairing of De Niro and Pacino is utterly wasted. "The novelty of watching De Niro and Pacino team up wears off pretty quickly.[6] The Times included Righteous Kill on its 100 Worst Films of 2008 list."[11] However. [with them] trudging through a thriller that would have felt warmed over in 1988. Righteous Kill.[14] and stated that they will be happy if this film could gross $25 million in the United States theatrically.a. and the tagline was seen and noted by the jury and judge. He was proven to be innocent.828. behind The Family That Preys and Burn After Reading respectively. Righteous Kill opened at #3. Its failure to live up to even modest expectations is a blow. grossing $16."[7] James Berardinelli of ReelViews gave the film two stars (out of four). . not a craftsman. but not nearly enough to save the film from collapsing under the weight of its own self-righteous tedium. Box office On its opening weekend. while not exactly cheating. Well. There's nothing righteous to be found here. About 954.[12] Its final box office tally was approximately $40 million domestic (US/Canada) and $38 million international for a total of $78 million. One of those stations was Stockwell tube station.288.V. plays an awfully cheap trick. where in July 2005 police marksmen shot and killed Jean Charles de Menezes. mistaking him for a terrorism suspect after the London Bombings."[8] Ken Fox of TV Guide also gave Righteous Kill a score of two stars out of four. an earlier movie that paired DeNiro and Pacino. a. saying: "Some people think Robert De Niro and Al Pacino would be a kick to watch just reading a phone book. Club said. During the inquest. Part II without appearing on screen together and in Heat. writer Russel Gewirtz and director John Avnet sacrifice mystery. Keith Phipps of The Onion's A. 2009.000 DVD units have been sold so [17] This does not include Blu-ray sales. It's not worth it.361.k. as does Leguizamo. saying: "The entire movie is one big build-up to a twist that. Richard Roeper gave the film 3 stars out of 4. resulting in calls for it to be removed from the underground due to poor taste.[5] Metacritic gave the film a 36/100 approval rating based 27 reviews. far. Stockwell Tube controversy The film's poster and tagline."[9] (The two actors had co-starred in The Godfather. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 21% of critics gave positive reviews based on 132 reviews. Pacino has a few funny lines. To get there. suspense. is a cop flick with all the drama of Law and Order: AARP. Director Jon Avnet doesn't offer much compensation for the absent suspense. saying: "By the time the movie reaches its protracted conclusion.. it feels like a slog. sharing the screen in just two scenes."[10] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave Righteous Kill one star out of four. The Al and Bob Show.) Claudia Puig of USA Today gave the film one and a half stars out of four. gathering $15. bring on that phone book.[15] DVD release The DVD and Blu-ray[16] of the film were released on January 6.[18] .

Retrieved 2008-09-14. rollingstone. html?categoryid=13& cs=1) [15] TIME magazine (http:/ / www. Peter Travers. Dispels Rumors" (http:/ / www. boxofficemojo. com/ news/ view/ 2761-5-cent-s-righteous-kill-talks-new-movie-dispels-rumors. htm).com/title/tt1034331/) at the Internet Movie Database Righteous Kill (http://www. htm [2] "De Niro and Pacino pair up again" (http:/ / news. net/ php_review_template. com/ article/ VR1117992159. com/ content/ cinema/ righteous_kill). . com/ film/ titles/ righteouskill?part=rss). ReelViews. Righteous Kill Review (http:/ / www. com/ weekend/ chart/ ?view=& yr=2008& wknd=37& p=. stm). 2008 Righteous Kill Review (http:/ / movies. Talks New Movie. com/ time/ arts/ article/ 0.imdb. Keith Phipps. rapbasement. Retrieved 2008-12-20. Box Office Mojo. BBC. html). Sep 11. 2007-08-29. .00. [6] [7] [8] [9] "Righteous Kill (2008):Reviews" (http:/ / www.boxofficemojo. [14] Variety (http:/ / www. Metacritic. htm).htm) at Box Office Mojo Righteous Kill (http://www. 2008" (http:/ / www. com/ movies/ 2008/ RTKIL-DVD. reelviews. tvguide. . Rotten Tomatoes. 2008 [12] "Weekend Box Office Results from September 12–14. com/ content/ view/ 2991/ 35). [3] "50 Cent's Righteous Kill. html) [16] http:/ / www.righteouskill-themovie. [5] "Righteous Kill Movie Reviews. TV Guide. com/ reviews/ movie/ 18139290/ review/ 22961620/ righteous_kill). ece/ ) External links • • • • Official website (http://http://www.rottentomatoes. defsounds. Club.1841028. thesun.V. time.com/m/righteous_kill/) at Rotten Tomatoes . Sep 11. 2008 [10] Righteous Kill Review (http:/ / www. Retrieved 2007-05-18. bbc. . com/ m/ righteous_kill/ ).com/) Righteous Kill (http://www. Rolling Stone. Ken Fox. uk/ sol/ homepage/ news/ article1727505. The A. uk/ 1/ hi/ entertainment/ 6668757. com/ movies/ ?id=righteouskill. php [18] Kill Poster. com%2F& ei=EDgxSo-cNeSrjAe7zdTSBw& rct=j& q=Righteous+ Kill+ dvd& usg=AFQjCNFX6UjD94DFziLU2eSU8cr_q8Yzeg& sig2=eWhfBTZPLzfDY2MBJwqzyA [17] http:/ / www. 2008 [11] Righteous Kill Review (http:/ / www. . com/ movies/ ?id=righteouskill. com/ url?sa=t& source=web& ct=res& cd=6& url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww. com/ righteous-kill/ review/ 292919).''Righteous Kill'' 203 References [1] http:/ / www. htm). co. rottentomatoes. James Berardinelli. avclub. righteouskill-themovie. (http:/ / www. boxofficemojo. co. [13] "Righteous Kill (2008)" (http:/ / www.com/movies/?id=righteouskill. Retrieved 2008-09-14. usatoday. 2008 Righteous Kill Review (http:/ / www. boxofficemojo. Pictures" (http:/ / www. com/ life/ movies/ reviews/ 2008-09-11-righteous-review_N. metacritic. Claudia Puig. Rap Basement. variety. . [4] "50 Cent Lands Role In New De Niro/Pacino Flick" (http:/ / www. Retrieved 2008-09-14. Box Office Mojo. php?identifier=1331). September 11th. .8599. google. 2007-05-18. USA Today. the-numbers.

Staten Island and Brooklyn. Jack Kevorkian Danny Huston as Geoffrey Fieger Susan Sarandon as Janet Good Brenda Vaccaro as Margo Janus John Goodman as Neal Nicol James Urbaniak as Jack Lessenberry Eric Lange as John Skrzynski John Engler as Himself (stock footage) Lisa Gaulzetti as Supporter #2 Teresa Yenque as Patient Earl Muccino as Paramedic #2 . 2010 134 min You Don't Know Jack is a 2010 television film directed by Barry Levinson and starring Al Pacino as Jack Kevorkian.''You Don't Know Jack (film)'' 204 You Don't Know Jack (film) You Don't Know Jack Directed by Produced by Written by Barry Levinson Scott Ferguson Lydia Dean Adam Mazer Neal Nicol Harry Wylie Al Pacino Danny Huston Susan Sarandon John Goodman Brenda Vaccaro Marcelo Zarvos Eigil Bryld Aaron Yanes Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Production company Royal Oak Films Country Language Original channel Release date Running time United States English HBO April 24. At the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. and surrounding areas (where the film also takes place). Plot A look at the life and work of physician-assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian. The film was shot in the New York boroughs of Queens. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Al Pacino as Dr. Michigan. Al Pacino won an Emmy for his role as Kevorkian. as well as Detroit. The film was also nominated for Outstanding Made for Television Movie.

hbo. com/ work/ 515389 [3] http:/ / www. allmovie.imdb. com/ title/ tt1132623/ .com/title/tt1132623/locations External links • Official website [1] • You Don't Know Jack [2] at Allmovie • You Don't Know Jack [3] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / http:/ / www. html [2] http:/ / www. and Outstanding Writing for a Movie or Mini-series 205 References • http://www. com/ movies/ you-dont-know-jack/ index.imdb. imdb.com/title/tt1132623/fullcredits • http://www.com/title/tt1132623/maindetails • http://www.''You Don't Know Jack (film)'' • Jabari Gray as Deputy #1 • Adam Lubarsky as Brian Russell • Moe Hindi as Paparazzi Photographer The movie won 2 Emmys: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Movie or Mini-Series for Al Pacino.imdb.

External links • Jack & Jill (http://www. Cast • • • • • • Adam Sandler as Jack/Jill Katie Holmes as Mrs.''Jack & Jill (film)'' 206 Jack & Jill (film) Jack and Jill Directed by Produced by Dennis Dugan Todd Garner Adam Sandler Jack Giarraputo Ben Zook Steve Koren Robert Smigel Adam Sandler Katie Holmes Al Pacino Happy Madison Productions Written by Starring Studio Distributed by Columbia Pictures Country Language United States English Jack & Jill. Steve Koren. IMDb. and on the cruise ship Allure of the Seas. is an upcoming comedy film starring Adam Sandler. com/ title/ tt0810913/ fullcredits#cast). Katie Holmes Join ‘Jack and Jill’ (http:/ / www. The film will be produced under Sandler's production company Happy Madison.imdb. News in Film.com/title/tt0810913/) at the Internet Movie Database . Retrieved 2010-12-06. who has collaborated with Sandler on most of his films. imdb. Murry[2] Al Pacino as Himself[2] Dan Patrick Linda Cohn Eugenio Derbez References [2] Al Pacino.[1] Ben Zook. will serve as director. and is being shot in Los Angeles. It will be distributed by Columbia Pictures. newsinfilm. before its maiden voyage on December. Retrieved 2010-12-06. [1] Full cast and crew for 'Jack and Jill' (2011) (http:/ / www. and Robert Smigel wrote the script and Dennis Dugan. com/ 2010/ 08/ 26/ al-pacino-katie-holmes-join-jack-and-jill). originally titled The Weird Personality.

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