170 Min. | Action – Crime – Drama | December 1995
IMDB Rating: 8.2
Director: Michael Mann
Starring: Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Val Kilmer
Heat is an amazing film. Has stunning battle sequences, culminating in the airport scene which was perhaps not as spectacular as other action sequences but still manages to be brilliant. The bank robbing scene is fantastic and feels very real and you can almost believe it is happening as you watch it. You almost want De Niro to get away with it all and ride off into the sunset at the end, even though he and his criminal buddies have done some terrible things throughout their time including bank robbing and killing whoever got in the way. The ‘humanising’ relationship that he has really does endear you to the criminal though, despite knowing what he has done and is doing throughout the film, Heat.
An all time favourite, Heat is one of those movies you can watch again at any time and still be entertained. Only hope that something can get made continuing in the ‘universe’ that has some of the actors who didn’t die in the film. A reboot with Natalie Portman as a main character perhaps? We all know De Niro and Pacino could have been either main part, but can you imagine it any other way round. Pacino doing ice cool calm? De Niro the manic outbursts, arms flailing? It wouldn’t work. We know these men now. We know neither will stop at what they do. And yet there is no way either would stop the other. Unless they had too. Which leads us too the characters. All of them.
This is an extended family where you feel you know all of them without knowing anything at all. The cops are similar to the robbers and vice-versa. Perhaps Mann is telling us were all the same. Except in what we do. Every speaking part holds substance in Heat, and the support cast is astonishing when you actually read the caliber of who appeared in this film. Tom Sizmore, Val Kilmer, Ashley Judd, Ted Levine, Wes Studi, Hank Azaria, William Fitchner, Henry Rollins, Dennis Haysbert, Tom Noonan. And Natalie Portman, for chrissake! Try getting that cast again. Overall, Heat is an excellent film.
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