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Posts tagged with "Al Pacino"

NYFF Review: ‘The Dog’

Sep 25, 2013 · Jordan Hoffman · The documentary you never knew you wanted about the guy Al Pacino played in "Dog Day Afternoon."

Ranked: Every Brian De Palma Movie Ranked From Worst to Best

Aug 19, 2013 · Jake Cole · From "Murder a lá Mod" to "Passion" and everything in between.

James Woods Compares ‘White House Down’ to ‘Sophie’s Choice’

Jun 26, 2013 · Matt Patches · Oliver Stone is soft, Kristen Stewart is too beautiful, and James Woods is praying for Sergio Leone.

Movies Streaming This Week: ‘Upstream Color’ and Must See Titles For Mother’s Day

May 7, 2013 · Jason Guerrasio · "I was born with a disfigurement where my head is made of the same material as the sun."

The Art House: The Genius of Bob Gill, and the Movie Posters that Studios Didn’t Want You to See

Apr 24, 2013 · Brandon Schaefer · A look at one of the best graphic designers to ever make a movie poster.

10 Actors You Think Won For Something But Won For Something Else

Feb 6, 2013 · Sandie Angulo Chen · These pedigreed actors and directors have taken home Oscars for movies that would surprise you.

14 Supporting Noms That Were Actually Leads

Jan 17, 2013 · Joe Reid · Another set of Oscar nominations, another round of second-guessing about what it means to be...
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These Are 40: The Films Born in ’72 That Have Shaped Cinema

Dec 18, 2012 · Scott Harris · In honor of the release of "This Is 40," we take a look back at the best and most important films of 1972.

Alt Weekly: ‘Any Day Now’ and More

Dec 14, 2012 · William Goss · If you're not feeling up to a night out with Hobbitses, we have some suggestions.

Review: ‘Stand Up Guys’ Suffers From an Identity Crisis

Dec 11, 2012 · Jordan Hoffman · There's a good movie in "Stand Up Guys" somewhere.