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Actors of "Heat"William FichtnerBirthdate: 27 November 1956, Mitchell Field Air Force Base, East Meadow, Long Island, New York, USA
Characters of "Heat"
Directors of "Heat"Michael MannBirthdate: 5 February 1943, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Creators of "Heat"Michael MannBirthdate: 5 February 1943, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Critic Reviews of "Heat"Chicago TribuneApril 29, 2014
When Pacino's loud, bruised cop and De Niro's canny crook stare at each other, you can read something spent and weary in their eyes and voices. The heat is hell. So are their jobs -- but somebody's got to do them.New YorkerApril 29, 2014
The taciturn De Niro and the braying Pacino share a flawless scene over a cup of coffee, but the real honors go to Val Kilmer and Ashley Judd as a warring, loving couple.Philadelphia InquirerApril 29, 2014
So why doesn't Heat, with its elaborately staged, tautly edited robberies, its killer cast, edgy score and elegant cinematography, offer more satisfaction? It's the script, stupid.NewsweekApril 29, 2014
Just when it seemed that the only hope for crime movies lay in the postmodernist artifice of films like Pulp Fiction, Mann reinvests the genre with brooding, modernist conviction. This one sticks to your gut.Chicago ReaderApril 29, 2014
There's nothing really new in this lengthy 1995 thriller by writer-director Michael Mann about cops and robbers in Los Angeles, but it has craft, pacing, and an overall sense of proportion, three pretty rare classic virtues nowadays.New York Daily NewsApril 29, 2014
An odd though often entertaining blend of The Asphalt Jungle and Oprah, a traditional cops-and-robbers story weirdly fitted out with long, earnest discussions of interpersonal relationships.Suite101.comDecember 29, 2015
Ominous, operatic, often emulated but never equaled. This is go-for-broke, GOAT-level filmmaking - not only upending expectations but exceeding them with unanticipated success in its elegant, exciting examination of existential and emotional entropy.Common Sense MediaOctober 13, 2015
Criminal and police face off in bloody '90s action-adventurePhiladelphia Daily NewsApril 29, 2014
A movie with two powerhouse performances and enough bad dialogue (it runs two hours, 45 minutes) to clog a Pentium processor.Radio TimesApril 29, 2014
Though punctuated by bursts of virtuoso action, including a running battle in downtown LA that ranks as one of the best action scenes ever filmed, it is the unusual emphasis on character that impresses most.Baltimore SunApril 29, 2014
This is glandular, not intellectual, movie-making but it's at the highest end of technical expressiveness.Christian Science MonitorApril 29, 2014
The performances are persuasive but the plot rattles on much too long.
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