Action • R • 1995 • 2 hr 50 min
A classic of crime fiction. Performances are top tier and the diner scene is amazing. It’s Michael Mann at his best, you can’t miss it.
The best Michael Mann movie, every bank robbery after this is either an homage of rip off of this. Perfect cast
Epic crime drama featuring Pacino and DeNiro on the same screen.
An intense and epic masterpiece. Pacino and De Niro at the top of their games
Better than average if and only if you’re into heist movies.
Good and entertaining film, however, it seems many have ignored some fairly significant plot holes.
A slow-burning and tense action-drama with one of the best shootouts in cinematic history. Easily one of the best heist films ever made.
One of the best crime films out there! Incredible story, pacing, and themes. The rapport between the two leads is amazing. A masterpiece.
Crime thriller Masterpiece, everyone at the top of their game. Best experienced on the big screen. Cinematic tour de force in film technique
Sets a high bar for the heist genre, but the relationship between the main characters really pushes it beyond expectations.
Obsessive master thief Neil McCauley leads a top-notch crew on various daring heists throughout Los Angeles while determined detective Vincent Hanna pursues him without rest. Each man recognizes and respects the ability and the dedication of the other even though they are aware their cat-and-mouse game may end in violence.
Spanning the years 1988–2000, this sequel/prequel will explore the lives of homicide detective Vincent Hanna and criminals Neil McCauley and Chris Shiherlis years before their paths cross in 1995, and will follow Shiherlis and Hanna's lives in the aftermath of McCauley's death.