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Heat 1995


description written by member Tim:

A professional team of robbers lead by Deniro takes down huge scores with big payoffs. Pacino is a work-aholic cop who is trying to catch them. Heat explores the professional side of Deniro and Pacino as well as whats going on in their personal lives. Known for one of the best shootouts in Hollywood history and one of the best dialouge performances between the legendary actors Deniro and Pacino.

Release Date:December 15th, 1995
Running Time:188 minutes
Box Office Gross: $67,436,818 (US)
$187,436,818 (World)
Directed By:
Michael MannMichael Mann
Written By:
Michael MannMichael Mann
Starring:
Robert De NiroRobert De Niro
Al PacinoAl Pacino
Val KilmerVal Kilmer
Jon VoightJon Voight
No image existsDiane Venora
Ashley JuddAshley Judd
No image existsWes Studi
Tom SizemoreTom Sizemore
Mykelti WilliamsonMykelti Williamson
No image existsAmy Brenneman
No image existsTed Levine
No image existsDennis Haysbert
No image existsWilliam Fichtner
Natalie PortmanNatalie Portman
Hank AzariaHank Azaria
No image existsHenry Rollins
No image existsKevin Gage
No image existsTom Noonan
No image existsXander Berkeley
No image existsThomas Rosales Jr.
No image existsTone Loc
No image existsDanny Trejo

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Heat Movie Review by Jarrod (6/23/2008)

'Heat' is an epic, captivating crime saga from Michael Mann that features the first on-screen pairing of Al Pacino and Robert De Niro; yes, they appeared together in The Godfather, Part II, but never had a chance to be in the same scene at once. They are both in top form, and the anticipation leading up to their...

(complete Heat review by Jarrod)


Heat Movie Review by Filmkiller (8/31/2007)

One of those Academy snubs that makes you question who you have to blow in this town to make an impression, Heat ignites the screen with a gritty, real-world look at cops and robbers living, loving, killing, and dying on the streets of L.A. Bulging at the seams with ass-kicking actors, Hollywood heavyweights, and the...

(complete Heat review by Filmkiller)


Heat Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/25/2007)

I know the title I gave this review is trite and a little corny, but
how else do you describe a film that has Al Pacino (Who I loved in The
Devil's Advocate), Robert DiNiro, Val Kilmer, John Voight, Ashley Judd
(one of my very favorites), Natalie Portman, Ted Levine (Hey! Captain
Stottlemeyer!), Hank Azaria, Danny Trejo,...

(complete Heat review by Movie Addict)


Heat Movie Review by SHAYNE (12/17/2006)

Written and directed by Michael Mann ( Miami Vice, Collateral), this action / drama is classic, cool and captivating. Robert De Niro, Val Kilmer, & Tom Sizemore play the hippest bank robbers of this day and age. While Al Pacino plays an all time great cop that is on their trail to the bitter end. This movie has one of the...

(complete Heat review by SHAYNE)


Heat Movie Review by Tim (12/11/2006)

Heat is an exciting blend of action and drama that takes you on a ride that you will never forget. Michael Mann brilliantly delivers one of the finest Cop's and Robber's / Good guys Vs Bad guys films in cinematic history.

For a three hour long motion picture, it can be summed up accordingly. Neil McCauley (Robert Deniro)...

(complete Heat review by Tim)



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