A beautifully shot, well acted collection of scenes that don't quite feel like they fit together. The characters spend most of the film separated and are confronted by their childhood fears one after another, making the story feel formulaic. The scares, while effective, suffer from looking overly digital and lack subtlety. That being said, I would still recommend this film for the performances and the overall filmmaking ability on display.
Possibly the best heist movie I've ever seen, and quickly becoming one of my favourite movies of all time. The rivalry between Deniro and Pacino is enthralling to watch, and Michael Mann's direction is impeccable. The script was perhaps without flaw, and kept me interested for the entire two and a half hour run time. It also contains possibly the best shootout in movie history. Worth your time and money.