We are going to list 10 films from Al Pacino's prolific career as a suggestion in this list. Choosing 10 films from the career of an actor who even today and in his old age had brilliant performances on the cinema screen is not an easy task. For this reason, the priority in the selection of films is related both to his brilliant appearance and to their place in the history of cinema and its nature in his career, otherwise it could have been from films such as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Insomnia, or Danny Collins, was named as one of these conditions. Natalie began her acting career (in a feature film), but it was the 1971 horror film in the panic in needle park that made her name. Became his cinematic icon; A full-blown insurgency that goes against the existing dry order even in the role of a gangster or a policeman. Let the actor in the seventies to Al Pacino: Michael Corleone in the Godfather movie series. From then on, he became the star of a generation of Americans who had both abandoned the ruling regime and considered the rise of criminal and mafia groups to be against their values. In fact, he was both a fragile hero like the Americans for James Dean two decades ago and an iconic figure of the rebellious man of the 1970s.
On the contrary, his acting skills led him to become a scale in the art of acting. He gradually added other features to his maps, including his high energy during the performance and his occasional shouts to take over the frame. Al Pacino did not forget the theater over the years, and whenever he graduated from the cinema, he would go there and appear in a role on stage. In addition, he always dreamed of making a film. In 1996, he made the documentary Looking for Richard and then directed and starred in the films Chinese coffee, Wild Salome and Salome.
Al Pacino's presence on the screen is still an important weight for any film; Although old age has made us no longer see him in roles such as the characters of his youth, Al Pacino is still the best choice if a rebellious old man is to enter theaters; Like his appearance in the movie Stand Up Guys.
10. The Irishman
- Director: Martin Scorsese
- Other Actors: Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci
- Product: 2019, USA
- IMDb movie rating: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 95.
Next From the presence of Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the film The Trouble directed by Michael Mann, the presence of the two together has become a dream for cinema lovers. From time to time, it was rumored that Martin Scorsese was going to direct a film starring the two stars together, and naming this famous director would arouse curiosity. The two eventually met in an Irish film.
Al Pacino plays Jimmy Hoff, the legendary president of the American Trade Unions in the 1950s and 1960s. The way he plays the role of this giant behind the scenes of American domestic politics by him is based on the filmmaker's mezzanine; Powerful as someone who is used to always being in the center of the frame.
One of the best parts of the film when he speaks in honor of the main character, played by Robert De Niro, is the warm yet scary presence at the same time. , Makes this sequence memorable.
"In the late twentieth century, an old gangster named Frank Sheeran remembers his past. After World War II, he accidentally met Russell Buffalino, the leader of a large mafia group in the 1950s. Through him, lions go through the hierarchy one by one and become a professional assassin. "After the trust of the bosses, he is introduced to Jimmy Hoff, president of the trade unions, to work together"
9. Justice And Justice for All
- Director : Norman Jason
- Other Actors: Jack Warden, John Forsyth
- Product: 1979, USA li>
- IMDb site rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 81.
One of Al Pacino's brilliant performances as a rebel. In and Justice for All, Al Pacino plays someone who has to sacrifice to maintain law and order in the system. But the apparent inadequacies and oppression he sees in his country's harsh domestic bureaucracy turn him into an insurgent. A man who himself falls victim to a system he was supposed to protect.
This good Norman Jason film earned Al Pacino an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. He owes this achievement to his precise performance in a role that is slowly changing. This change can be seen in all the manifestations of his presence on the screen, so much so that the madness of the character is not only sudden, but the audience understands it well. The script of the film is not very detailed to achieve such a format, and all this is the achievement of the actor for the film. The film has a complex story and cannot be explained in a few lines, but it can be summarized as follows:
"Arthur Kirkland is a young lawyer who has to defend a judge. The judge has been arrested on charges of defamation, while Arthur has had problems with him in the past
8. The Insider
- Director: Michael Man
- Other Actors: Robert De Niro, Christopher Plummer
- Product: 1999, USA
- IMDb movie rating: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis rating: 96.
Many The actors have presented their best roles in a film by Michael Mann. Now imagine Al Pacino with Russell Crowe in a film about him; The result will be brilliant. Al Pacino took on the role of a news producer this time around in another film by Michael Mann, after his brilliant appearance in The Trouble. The person who is supposed to narrate one of the greatest scandals of the twentieth century America.
Although the emotional burden of the film's story is on the character played by Russell Crowe, it is Al Pacino who frames the film Takes over. He still plays his rebellious image, but with one fundamental difference: this time an adult human being, based on his own logic and consciously rebelling against what he has made, not like the previous film, a blind rebellious list based on emotion. p>
Such a payment is formed in his game moment by moment. What falls on this character does not break him, but makes him aware of the shadows of his professional light. So controlling emotions at the height of clutter becomes Al Pacino's main trump card in the game. So if you enjoy watching The Trouble, don't miss the penetration.
"This movie is based on a true story. The producer of a popular news program finds out that someone from the great American cigarette and tobacco organization is ready to testify against this complex and powerful network. His testimony will make them appear behind the scenes. This puts both in a difficult position because both the news network and the tobacco organization are trying to discredit them
7. Carlito's Way
- Director: Brian Dipalma
- Other Actors: Sean Penn, Penelope Anne Miller
- Product: 1993, USA
- IMDb movie rating: 7.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis rating: 82.
While mastering the animal temperament of the characters on the screen, he also discovers goodness. Humanity in his characters disappears when it is not possible to express, and this causes their anger to erupt. In his iconic films, his people do not want much to live on, and if they rebel, it is because their very existence is in danger. And who do you know better than Al Pacino to bring such characters to life? They come to life again. He finds a job at a nightclub and enjoys a quiet life. But the discovery of David's head causes problems
6. Dog Day Afternoon
- Other Actors: John Cazal, James Bradrick
- Product: 1975, USA
- IMDb movie rating: 8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis rating: 96.
Again, to play the role of such a thief who has nothing to lose and his amateur theft, his protests and arrogance take on a meaning beyond a theft and become a means of expressing the right to liberty, who better? You know Al Pacino.
"A man named Sonny is forced to rob a bank to pay for the transgender act. Immediately after he and his friend arrived at the police bank, he noticed the robbery and surrounded the bank. Now these two friends must find a way to escape
- Director: Michael Mann
- Other Actors: Robert De Niro, Wall Kilmer
- Product: 1995, USA
- IMDb movie rating: 8.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis rating: 87.
Less in The history of cinema, the confrontation of two superstars, is so glorious. Al Pacino and Robert De Niro confront each other in their best acting forms to turn the story of the mouse and the cat that Michael Mann intends to define into a place beyond just a police drama and what was expected.In this film, Al Pacinood plays the role of a detective who has dedicated his whole life to his job and has reached a dead end in his private life. Therefore, catching a professional thief who erases all traces behind him becomes a personal matter for him; The problem he has to solve in order to find an answer to his failure in his personal life.
Now, in such a situation, his relationship with the negative side of the story becomes something beyond a normal and professional relationship. It seems that in other circumstances and in another story, they could have been each other's best friends. Two clever people who keep the ups and downs of the film in him.
In such fascinating circumstances, the predicament of some of the best chase and theft sequences in the history of cinema. Michael Mann's directing is flawless, and Wal Kilmer excels in both emotional and action sequences. The final sequence of Al Pacino's film and game will not be easily erased from the audience's eyes with his eyes.
"Neil and his group rob a money truck. During the robbery, one of the bodyguards is killed by a new member of the group. Neil and his group manage to escape with a lot of money. On the other hand, Carbold police are responsible for handling the case. He approaches the arrest of members of the group while they are planning a major bank robbery and
- Director: Jerry Shatsberg
- Other Actors: Jane Hackman, Richard Lynch
- Product: 1973, USA
- strong> IMDb movie rating: 7.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 77.
from the same Jerry Shatsberg's opening sequence and open homage to Samuel Beckett and his famous play, Waiting for Godot, clearly show that we are on the side of a brilliant and brilliant film. The Guardian critic Peter Brad Shaw believes that Al Pacino and Jane Hackman both played their best roles in the film. That's why the film won the Palme d'Or for Best Picture in the same year it was produced. This time, it tells the story of two people excluded from the community around them, who strive every day for a better life and feel they are making progress. At the same time, they make every effort to drown themselves in the vortex of life. Understanding the reality around them delays, otherwise their fate, like that of Samuel Beckett's creatures, is clear from the start.
Jane Hackman has never been so brilliant. In the famous dance sequence of the restaurant, she takes off all her acting skills while taking off her clothes. Al Pacino, as the protagonist of the story, is so fragile and delicate that the audience worries about his future in this angry community.
"Max, who has just been released from prison, confronts Francisco. He needs a business partner to do what he wants to do. But Francis is unaware of his child and wants to see him first. They both decide to go to Pittsburgh after finding Francis's child and start their own business
- Director: Brian Dipalma
- Other Actors: Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer
- Product: 1983, USA
- IMDb movie rating: 8.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 82.
Brian Dipalma took the story of Howard Hawks' classic film of the same name, adding lots of hints of the day to it, making its tone more bitter and the atmosphere of the film more glamorous. In the story of Hawks, a character is excluded from the world of marginalized human beings. After gaining wealth through work and gaining wrongdoing, he becomes so insane and fascinated by power that his human manifestations fade. The same trait is present in Brian Dipalma's film, but he portrays it differently.
The Cuban revolution causes one to travel to the United States without any particular preparation for settling into a new society. Being in a new country with a new culture makes him a pathetic and complex creature. This causes him to take a deep hatred of society and try to fight against it. All of this man's power and energy is spent on this goal, and even after taking power, he has no way to escape it. And wealth over anything can destroy humanity and turn everyone into greedy animals. The characters in the story all value money and no one cares about human relationships. In such an environment, Al Pacino manages to portray the character of a rebel as well as ever, and as he continues to shine in gangster films, he brings the image of a drug trafficker to life on the big screen.<"After the Cuban revolution, the new leader of this country, Fidel Castro, orders the opening of the gates of the country. A large group of Cubans are moving to Miami, USA to seek refuge there. One of these people is a man named Tony Montana who has a criminal record in his country. He slowly infiltrates criminal groups and goes through a hierarchy of progress and comes to power, but
- Director: Sydney Lumet
- Other Actors: Cornella Sharp, Albert Henderson
- Product: 1973, USA
- strong IMDb movie rating: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 90%
Serpico Bar The basis of a true story is made. In the real world, Frank Serpico was an idealistic and honest policeman who tried to stand up to his corrupt colleagues, which led to his rejection by his colleagues. Because his presence caused fear in the body and mind, this led to the reform of law enforcement. .
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