Heat (1995) - The Coffee Shop Scarface - Cast Reunion & Party 2 days ago   05:58

Writer/director Michael Mann, and actors Robert De Niro and Al Pacino at the Academy Event “Heat (1995)” on September 7, 2016 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater.

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RhinoBandit akaWings
Look at me, L O O K A T M E
Nolan and Mann are two of my favorite directors
James Ventura
getting old sucks a$$
Eric Hughes
I thought it was a lousy scene. You have two heavyweights like that, and it was a poorly written scene. Honestly, I remember walking away from that movie thinking what a blown opportunity
Alex wimhöfer
As i saw first time HEAT, i knew he will return to kill the asshole in hotel, and i liked too much ! Great Movie for my Oppinion. Alex from Germany
pavan kumar
Vojislav Markovic
this two overrated pals are nothing compared to Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum in the 1962 movie !
Harry Josh
Al Pacino is in his late fucking 70s but the man looks like he is in his early 60s..he had aged gracefully. Same goes to de niro as well. He has also aged pretty gracefully and I can't believe these 2 are in their late 70s. I mean they look 10 years younger than they are.
The Original Boyz in the Hood
I think in this case people are just interested in the film and not the stupid boring fucking back and forth between the actors...
Lindsey Mays
People love to talk about Robert DeNiro ‘falling off’, but there are so many 30th and 40th anniversary cast interviews for many of his films, proving how many classics he’s made in his career. They don’t do that for movies that aren’t iconic and haven’t had a tremendous impact. Robert has had a 40+ year career. It’s impossible to not have a few missteps along the way and let’s be honest, Hollywood just isn’t making the kind of great, legendary films they made when he was in his 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, but from The Godfather 2 to Taxi Driver to Raging Bull to Goodfellas to Casino to Cape Fear to Heat to Jackie Brown, Robert DeNiro has had a PHENOMENAL career and has a body of work and legacy any actor would be proud of. In my opinion, he’s a national treasure and the greatest actor to have ever walked the face of the earth.
Loves Lunatics
Theyre fckn actors, ffs, not brain surgeons. It's fuckn make believe.
Lex K
Robert De Niro vs Al Pacino in Heat
Christian Bale Vs Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight
Al Pacino vs Marlon Brando in the Godfather
Three of the most compelling and incredible scenes in acting "duels" of cinema. Undoubtedly. But also thanks to great directors like Francis Coppola, Christopher Nolan and Michael Mann. Great respect.👌
Horse Radish
i know my millennialism is showing that im geeking out more over Nolan being in this than De Niro and Al Pacino, but idc the dude is fuckin cooool
Alberta Proud
That was the scariest movie I have ever seen. When I was only 10 years old, my dad rented it in VHS after work one day. Man, whoever played waingro is a genius and the suspense and gun fighting was very very realistic.
Wong Sifu
Who would have thought that a coffee shop scene would be a cult scene
Supremewunder 1
Heat had one of the greatest shootouts ever
YouAreNot Prepared
Al Pacino is just so freaking humble, man!
I’m a Brit, when I went to LA for the first time, I went with my brother and we went to Kate Mantilini’ for lunch, so excited, we walked in and asked the host “where did they sit?”.The guy was very kind and sat us in the same spot. We were chuffed to bits! Thank you! Heat is still my favourite film and been a fan of Michael Mann since Miami Vice from the 80’s.
Steve Powell
One of my favourite films of all time, with two of my favourite actors. Serious talent in front and behind the camera. I saw this around 1998 and at the time I was very struck by the inner conflict within Neil...on the one hand to get away, to stop and live a decent life and on the other, just one more job. At that time in my life I could really relate to that. Also I found it quite poignant at times, the score was amazing, just watch this scene, stunning and absolutely perfect, amazing acting, directing and cinematography, such a beautiful clip: https://up-tube.com/upvideo/6qUefcatWaH
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Scarface - Cast Reunion & Party Heat (1995) - The Coffee Shop 2 days ago   03:54

Stars Al Pacino, Steven Bauer, Robert Loggia, F. Murray Abraham and producer Martin Bregman celebrated the worldwide Blu-ray release of SCARFACE at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles on August 23, 2011. The evening also included a special performance by Ludacris, cuisine by Border Grill chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger and a special Scarface-themed Ciroc lounge.