Heat

Heat

Academy Award-winners Robert DeNiro (Showtime) and Al Pacino (Insomnia, Any Given Sunday) -- together for the first time since "The Godfather Part II" -- head a stellar cast in this taut psychological drama about an obsessive detective and a brilliant thief whose fates are linked in the aftermath of a high-stakes securities heist. Co-starring Val Kilmer, Oscar-winner Jon Voight, Golden Globe-nominee Amy Brenneman, Golden Globe-nominee Tom Sizemore, Diane Venora, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Ashley Judd and Natalie Portman. The Hollywood Reporter praises this film as "stunningly made and incisively acted by a large and terrific cast. [Director] Michael Mann's ambitious study of the relativity of good and evil stands apart from other films of its type by virtue of its extraordinarily rich characterizations and its thoughtful, deeply melancholy take on modern life." Siskel & Ebert give the movie "two thumbs up!" and Time Magazine calls it "Truly epic. A masterpiece. Wholly original."
  • Rated R for violence and language.
Academy Award-winners Robert DeNiro (Showtime) and Al Pacino (Insomnia, Any Given Sunday) -- together for the first time since "The Godfather Part II" -- head a stellar cast in this taut psychological drama about an obsessive detective and a brilliant thief whose fates are linked in the aftermath of a high-stakes securities heist. Co-starring Val Kilmer, Oscar-winner Jon Voight, Golden Globe-nominee Amy Brenneman, Golden Globe-nominee Tom Sizemore, Diane Venora, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Ashley Judd and Natalie Portman. The Hollywood Reporter praises this film as "stunningly made and incisively acted by a large and terrific cast. [Director] Michael Mann's ambitious study of the relativity of good and evil stands apart from other films of its type by virtue of its extraordinarily rich characterizations and its thoughtful, deeply melancholy take on modern life." Siskel & Ebert give the movie "two thumbs up!" and Time Magazine calls it "Truly epic. A masterpiece. Wholly original."
  • Rated R for violence and language.