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I Am An Idiot

When The Knucklehead was 13, I screwed up. Not for the first time, of course, nor the last, but more spectacularly than usual. I took him to see an R-rated movie. 1,834 more words

Top 5 Al Pacino Performances...

Next month, the iconic Hollywood actor Al Pacino visits the United Kingdom to take part in ‘An Evening With…’ events in both London and Glasgow. I will be hoping to grasp the opportunity to ask him a question about his hugely impressive career. 347 more words
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Jon Cazale, Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

Reason(s) why I love Dog Day Afternoon (1975):

1. Al Pacino and Jon Cazale
2. Jon Cazale
3. Al Pacino

Reason(s) why I love Al Pacino in “Dog Day Afternoon” 462 more words

Spotlight

Dog Day Afternoon: LGBT Characters in 1970s Film

Dog Day Afternoon was released in 1975; the real life events of the film took place in 1972. It is primarily a film about the death of the 1960s movement, with themes that touch upon the political anti-establishment, or disenfranchised Vietnam veterans. 1,376 more words

Reviews & Analysis

0244 | Dog Day Afternoon

‘Attica! Attica!’ cries Sonny Wortzik at the massed ranks of cops pointing their guns toward him, making reference to the excessive force the police used in response to the Attica Prison riot in the early 1970s. 1,926 more words

Film

Dog Day Afternoon

Al Pacino and John Cazale star as Sonny Wortzic and Sal Naturale in the 1975 heist drama Dog Day Afternoon. The screenplay by Frank Pierson was based”The Boys in the Bank” by P. 256 more words

Academy Award Winner

'A Most Violent Year'

You know, we’ve been in ‘anti-hero’ mode for so long, it was really nice to see an old-fashioned New York pic like ‘A Most Violent Year’ show up. 172 more words

Inspirations