The David Mamet directed biopic airs 9 p.m. Sunday.
Now that Jack Lemon and Walter Matthau are out of the picture Hollywood needs a couple of new curmudgeons o fill the void. Enter Walken and Pacino.
The acting legend will play the coaching legend.
Al Pacino delivers one of his best-ever performances in this true-life story of an undercover cop who dared to expose the corruption of the New York City Police Department.
It won’t be out until 2013, but here’s a little teaser for Despicable Me 2. Silliness of the best kind.
Brian De Palma’s gonzo crime opera features a must-be-seen-to-be-believed performance by Al Pacino as a Cuban immigrant turned Miami drug lord.
Al Pacino and Ellen Barkin have hot cathartic smoldering sex in this steamy, preposterous and completely irresistible thriller.
The holiday movie season (more or less) officially begins with A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, Tower Heist, Killing Bono and The Son of No One.
Oh man. This looks so painful. A family man (Sandler) is forced to deal with his twin sister (also Sandler) from the Bronx when she comes to Los Angeles for a visit and then won’t leave.
Al Pacino gives one of his career-best performances as a cop who can’t sleep in Christopher Nolan’s unsettling thriller, now ready to keep you up all night on Netflix Instant.
Nothing can show how things can go completely, totally and utterly wrong like a heist movie. Here are a few attempted robberies that didn’t go so well, now available for immediate stealing — err, streaming on Netflix Instant.