Dog Day Afternoon
Crime • R • 1975 • 2 hr 5 min
Al Pacino is fkin awesome. Great movie ahead of its time
Wow, just wow. The feeling and emotional that’s portrayed in this classic film is off the charts! Pacino and Cazale at their finest! 10/10
Darkly funny, deeply human, and tense as hell. Pacino rarely gets as good as this. What else is there to say?
Very ahead of it’s time for the subjects it has.
Unique bank robbery thriller with lots of tension, humor, and humanity, great direction and performances from the whole cast
Felt a bit long, but Al Pacino brought this movie to life.
Please tell me a better bank heist film, and I'll tell you you're wrong everytime.
Al Pacino and John Cazale are both on point in this intense, often funny and strangely progressive bank robbery gone wrong.
Very good movie keeps you hooked all along. Al Pacino is great as always
Al Pacino is one of the greatest actors of all time!
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