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We continue our focus on crime films with a look at Dog Day Afternoon. John Cazale and Al Pacino star in this look at a bank robbery that goes both comically and tragically wrong. Based on a true story but filled with impressive improvised scenes, the movie represents Pacino at the height of his movie star powers. Jason Kruger joins us to watch the film and he knows, basically, nothing about it at all. If you are like Jason, it is time for you to give this movie a look!
Next up, we will finally watch Pulp Fiction!
|The Sting (1973)|
|Rating: 8.3/10 (267,547 votes)
Director: George Roy Hill
Writer: David S. Ward
Stars: Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Robert Shaw
Runtime: 129 min
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
Released: 25 Dec 1973
|Plot: Two grifters team up to pull off the ultimate con.|