15 favorite al pacino films

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MY TOP 15 FAVORITE AL PACINO FILMS - #5
Scarecrow (1973) / Al Pacino as Francis Lionel Delbuchi

“Hey, Max…have you ever heard the story of the scarecrow? Do you think crows are scared of a scarecrow? Well, they’re not scared, believe me. The crows are laughing, that’s right. They’re laughing their asses off…Scarecrows are beautiful!”

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MY TOP 15 FAVORITE AL PACINO FILMS - #7
…And Justice For All (1979) / Al Pacino as Arthur Kirkland

“These proceedings are here to see that justice is done. And justice, as any reasonable person will tell you, is the finding of the truth. But what is the intention of justice? The intention of justice is to see that the guilty people are proven guilty and the innocent are freed. Justice for all. Only we have a problem here, you know what it is? Both sides want to win. We want to win. We want to win regardless of the truth, and we want to win regardless of justice, regardless of who’s guilty or innocent. Winning is everything”

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MY TOP 15 FAVORITE AL PACINO FILMS - #8
Heat (1995) / Al Pacino as Lt. Vincent Hanna

“I say what I mean, and I do what I say. We are sitting here, you and I, like a couple of regular fellas. You do what you do, and I do what I gotta do. And now that we’ve been face to face, if I’m there and I gotta put you away, I won’t like it. But I tell you, if it’s between you and some poor bastard whose wife you’re gonna turn into a widow, brother, you are going down”

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MY TOP 15 FAVORITE AL PACINO FILMS - #9
Frankie & Johnny (1991) / Al Pacino as Johnny

“There’s a man and a woman. He’s a cook. She’s a waitress. They meet and they don’t connect. Only, she noticed him. He could feel it. And he noticed her. And they both knew it was going to happen. They made love, and for maybe one whole night, they forgot the 10 million things that make people think. It was perfect, and they were perfect. And that’s all there was to know about. Only now, she’s beginning to forget all that, and pretty soon he’s going to forget it too”

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MY TOP 15 FAVORITE AL PACINO FILMS - #HONORABLE MENTION
Angels In America (2003) / Al Pacino as Roy Cohn

Roy: What I am is defined entirely by who I am. Roy Cohn is not a homosexual. Roy Cohn is a heterosexual man who fucks around with guys…And what is my diagnosis, Henry?

Henry: You have AIDS, Roy.

Roy: No, Henry, no. AIDS is what homosexuals have. I have liver cancer.