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Obviously, this was an incredible event in real life back in 1972. Even if the ACTUAL Sonny Wortzik (named John Wojtowicz in reality) says the film was only 30% accurate to what actually happened, this is still a damn good watch.
I think it goes without saying that the best part of this whole movie is Pacino. Pacino, Pacino, Pacino. He CARRIES this film. It’s a great film on its own, but it wouldn’t have anything near the status it…
Obviously the saving graces of this film are De Niro and Billy Crystal. And Lisa Kudrow, of course. She’s a national treasure. Though I feel like De Niro’s comedic performance here outshines the others, partially due to just the way the script was written.
I really wanted to like this a lot more, and I was expecting to just because of the talent that was involved. But unfortunately this just kinda falls flat way more than it sticks the landing.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Alright folks, here's the deal. It's currently 2 am and I have a lot to say about this film. Right off the bat, (get it?) I need to make it clear just how much I love Batman. I. LOVE. Batman. He's my all-time favorite superhero, (with Spidey as a very close second) and he has been since like, second grade. So needless to say, I was absolutely pumped for this. After seeing it, I have a lot of thoughts. I…
I really honestly don't think I have seen a film this innovative, this creative, this heartfelt, this sweet, or this fucking insane in a long, long time.
The movie starts off REALLY fast. Right off the bat, you notice that this film moves at a breakneck pace. At first, it's a little disorienting and a little hard to get adjusted to, but there's never a point where you feel lost in what's actually happening. Then all of the actual multiverse…