In 2019, Irish It became a huge hit on Netflix, thanks in large part to the strong chemistry between stars Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. But this isn’t the first time these acting giants have shared screens with each other. hot Considered one of the best crime movies of all time. Michael Mann’s classic beautifully and epicly details the lives of people in conflict on opposing sides of the law. It also boasts an impressive cast, including Pacino and De Niro in the lead roles.
Along with some thrilling action sequences and tense moments, the film is filled with great dialogue and memorable lines.
Updated by Colin McCormick on September 27, 2021: Almost three years after its release, hot Still an epic crime masterpiece. While the team that brought this cop story to life have all gone on to produce other critically acclaimed projects, the film remains a career highlight for all of them. Along with the famous action sequences of the film, hot There are far more memorable quotes than swashbuckling stances, insightful observations about the world, and even rare moments of frivolity.
- 1 “Because there’s a dead person on the other end of the line.” – Neil Macaulay
- 2 “I’m lonely, I’m not alone.” – Neil Macaulay
- 3 “What the hell? BBQ and ball game?” – Neil Macaulay
- 4 “I do what I do best; I score points. You do what you do best; try to stop people like me.” – Neil Macaulay
- 5 “Well, you know, for me, action is juice.” – Michael Cherrito
- 6 “You can’t watch my damn TV!” – Vincent Hannah
- 7 “I had to wear it.” – Wengerow
- 8 “We were just created.” – Vincent Hannah
- 9 “Put your hat on, these people kick.” – Vincent Hannah
- 10 “Told you never to come back.” – Neil Macaulay
- 11 “Because she has a great A**!” – Vincent Hannah
- 12 “Give me all you got!” – Vincent Hannah
- 13 “How about I buy you a cup of coffee?” – Vincent Hannah
- 14 “Princess, you come down.” – Vincent Hannah
- 15 “…if you feel the heat around.”
“Because there’s a dead person on the other end of the line.” – Neil Macaulay
One of the subdiagrams in hot The story revolves around Neil Macaulay and his crew being betrayed in a deal with a shady businessman named Van Zandt. Unfortunately for Van Zandt, he doesn’t know how dangerous these people really are.
After the deal fell through, Macaulay called Van Zante, who was surprised to learn he was still alive but tried to remain calm. He asked McCauley what he was doing, and McCauley replied, “I’m talking on a dead phone… because there’s a dead person on the other end of the line.”
“I’m lonely, I’m not alone.” – Neil Macaulay
Macaulay is an interesting criminal character, as the first scenes show him willing to kill people to avoid getting caught. But the film then continues to explore him as a more complex character, including a budding relationship with a young woman named Eady.
Relationships bring a man to a deeper understanding as he becomes more vulnerable to her. When asked if he feels lonely in his solitary life, Macaulay pointed out that there is a difference between loneliness and loneliness, which explains his cold and detached view of the world. gender.
“What the hell? BBQ and ball game?” – Neil Macaulay
iconic dinner scene hot It’s not just about watching two powerful actors act opposite each other. It’s a fascinating moment for these two legal opposites, towards each other’s collision course, to realize that they’re not all that different.
As Macaulay and Detective Vincent Hannah talk candidly about their lives, Hannah asks Macaulay the obvious question: will he ever want a normal life. However, Macaulay sees it as a “barb and ball game,” and it’s clear that Hannah feels the same way.
“I do what I do best; I score points. You do what you do best; try to stop people like me.” – Neil Macaulay
With all the excitement of gunfights and thefts, it’s easy to forget hot is a very simple story about two men doing their job. Macaulay and Hannah don’t see this as an epic battle, but something they are both good at.
Macaulay mentions the differences between them may have caused them to kill each other, but he takes a very realistic view of it. He talks as if he has no choice in this matter and that both should do what they are good at.
“Well, you know, for me, action is juice.” – Michael Cherrito
When Macaulay and his team discover they are being watched by Hannah and his team, the stakes on their next score go even higher. The group gathers to discuss whether their bank robbery is worth carrying out as planned.
McCauley suggested to his friend Michael that he didn’t need to take the risk and that he had enough money to withdraw immediately. But Michael replies that it’s not just about money; The excitement of work was what he was after.
“You can’t watch my damn TV!” – Vincent Hannah
hot It’s a very serious movie with most of the characters leading apathetic and unhappy lives. However, there are also some interesting humorous moments throughout the story, most of which come from Pacino playing the professional but heartless detective Vincent Hannah.
As Vincent focuses on taking down this newest band of bandits, his marriage begins to fall apart. This leads to a nasty confrontation when he comes home to find his wife with another man. Vincent sits on the sofa and confronts the confused man, telling him that he doesn’t mind sleeping with his wife, but watching TV is his ultimate profit.
“I had to wear it.” – Wengerow
At the beginning of the film, Neil McCauley’s team of professional thieves is introduced. Although the staff is very professional and efficient, new member Waingro is a liability. During an armored vehicle robbery, Wegro lost his temper and executed a guard, killing two.
When the group met later, it became clear to Waingro that the others were not pleased with him. He lied that the guards were moving and explained, “I have to put it on.” Neil immediately punched him, dispelling the thought that Wanegro was a tough guy.
“We were just created.” – Vincent Hannah
The cat-and-mouse game between Neil and Vincent is one of the more interesting aspects of the film. These guys and their respective teams are very good at what they do, which makes them formidable opponents.
Vincent and his team track Neil and his team to a location and overhear them discussing upcoming work. Afterwards, Vincent and the police patrol the area, trying to find out what the target is. Suddenly, Vincent realizes that they are the target and Neal is now watching them. He reluctantly admires his nemesis and admits, “We just made it.”
“Put your hat on, these people kick.” – Vincent Hannah
Vincent is appalled at the violence of criminals like Neil, but he seems to have a certain respect for professionalism in his work. He used to hunt stupid criminals, so he was surprised to see that some thieves knew what they were doing.
As he passed by the armored vehicle crime scene, he explained that they didn’t kill people for the sake of killing but because they were effective. When things escalated, they killed the guards and left no witnesses. Vincent understands that this impressive team of thieves is not a hoax.
“Told you never to come back.” – Neil Macaulay
The whole movie feels like it’s leading up to the inevitable confrontation between Vincent and Neal. The epic feeling of the moment was all the more effective not just because it was Pacino and De Niro, but because these two men respected each other so much.
The climax of the film is the scene where Vincent chases Neil at the airport. No matter how much they respect each other, both are willing to kill. After Vincent shot Neil, they were able to share their final moments in preparation for the final shot of the film.
“Because she has a great A**!” – Vincent Hannah
Pacino has always been a charming performer, and his performance as Vincent Hanna breathed a lot of life into the film. De Niro plays an introverted criminal, while Vincent is carefree, wild, and unpredictable. Pacino seems to be having a good time in the role.
In one particularly memorable scene, Vincent meets a man (Hank Azaria) who is having an affair with a woman related to Neal’s gang. When the man complained about why he was going out with her, Vincent shouted: “Because she has a great dick!“According to his words tweetSzaria’s shocking reaction to the melodramatic moment was unrecorded.
“Give me all you got!” – Vincent Hannah
As Vincent, Pacino’s performance ranges from calm and composed to wild and melodramatic, adding a convincing level of unpredictability. While the wild side of the character is never distracting, it does spice up certain scenes.
In one scene, Vincent is confronted by a sloppy informant. Pacino relaxes in this scene, shouting his lines with frenzied energy. Again, his co-stars in that scene seemed shocked by the outburst, which made the scene all the more hilarious.
“How about I buy you a cup of coffee?” – Vincent Hannah
That simple line opens one of the most memorable movie scenes in history. After chasing each other for most of the movie, Vincent finds Neil in his car. Both men had their guns ready, but Vincent suggested they have a cup of coffee together.
Seeing these two acting legends on the same stage is exciting enough, but they’ve really brought the A-list match up to this point. These people are outspoken about their lives, nightmares, and codes. According to gossip movieMann specifically didn’t want the two actors to rehearse the scenes before shooting, which certainly paid off in the end.
“Princess, you come down.” – Vincent Hannah
The cafe scene between Vincent and Neil is played out with unexpected courtesy. In the end, however, the two must acknowledge the inevitable end of their path.
Vincent explains that while he can respect Neil, he has no choice if he is killed to save some innocent lives, saying, “You’re going down there, man. ” But Neil explains that the coin has another side. If Vincent gets in the way of Neil and his freedom, he won’t hesitate to kill him, even after their cheerful face-to-face conversation.
“…if you feel the heat around.”
While both Neil and Vincent find themselves on opposite sides of the law, the film makes it clear that they are not that different. The two seem to immediately understand this kinship, which is Neal’s rule of how to live this life, which they both seem to be living.
Neil’s mantra is “If you feel the heat coming, don’t attach yourself to anything where you’re not ready to step outside for 30 seconds.” Because of the paths they have chosen, both of them live distant and lonely lives. It’s not clear if they can or want to change that.