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27th Feb '18 5:31:08 PM MandolinMagi
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** The level of training and realism is so impressive that [[http://imgur.com/gallery/n0zDj3t Chris' mid-firefight reload]] is often shown to ''United States Marines'' as an example of a flawless tactical reload.
*** Not surprising, considering that Creator/MichaelMann consistently uses former Special Forces operatives like [[http://mickgould.net/about-mick/ Mick Gould]] as instructors on his movies.
8th Aug '17 10:27:44 AM HBarnill
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1st Jul '17 8:31:42 PM mouschilight
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* Al Pacino utterly discombobulating Hank Azaria's character (and Hank Azaria himself, as this was an ad-lib) with:

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* Al Pacino utterly discombobulating Hank Azaria's Creator/HankAzaria's character (and Hank Azaria himself, as [[ThrowItIn this was an ad-lib) ad-lib]]) with:



* The famous coffee scene. Not only is it a Crowning Moment for the movie and cinema in a meta sense (as it's the first time Al Pacino and Robert De Niro ever shared the screen in the same scene in a movie), but also for the characters in the movie; in a film which isn't without its bombastic and grand moments of awesome, it's strangely fitting that its most compelling moment should be a simple, quiet scene where two protagonists share a coffee, have a pleasant conversation and discovering that, despite the fact that they work on polar opposite sides of the law, they're [[NotSoDifferent two similar guys]] [[WorthyOpponent who actually kind of like each other]].
** People hunt down the eatery just to sit in that booth. Sadly, it closed in 2014.

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* The famous coffee scene. Not only is it a Crowning Moment for the movie and cinema in a meta sense (as it's the first time Al Pacino Creator/AlPacino and Robert De Niro Creator/RobertDeNiro ever shared the screen in the same scene in a movie), but also for the characters in the movie; in a film which isn't without its bombastic and grand moments of awesome, it's strangely fitting that its most compelling moment should be a simple, quiet scene where two protagonists share a coffee, have a pleasant conversation and discovering that, despite the fact that they work on polar opposite sides of the law, they're [[NotSoDifferent two similar guys]] [[WorthyOpponent who actually kind of like each other]].
** People hunt In real life, people hunted down the eatery just to sit in that booth. Sadly, booth until it closed in 2014.



* Neil's threat to Van Zant is a BaddassBoast delivered about as emotionlessly as possible; "I'm talking to an empty phone... because there is a dead man on the other end of this line." (MicDrop)

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* Neil's threat to Van Zant is a BaddassBoast BadassBoast delivered about as emotionlessly as possible; "I'm talking to an empty phone... because there is a dead man on the other end of this line." (MicDrop)
16th Jun '17 9:06:51 AM mouschilight
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* The famous coffee scene. Not only is it a Crowning Moment for the movie and cinema in a meta sense (as it's the first time Al Pacino and Robert De Niro ever shared the screen in the same scene in a movie), but also for the characters in the movie; in a film which isn't without its bombastic and grand moments of awesome, it's strangely fitting that its most compelling moment should be a simple, quiet scene where two protagonists share a coffee, have a pleasant conversation and discovering that, despite the fact that they work on polar opposite sides of the law, they're [[NotSoDifferent two similar guys]] [[WorthyOpponent who actually kind of like each other.]]

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* The famous coffee scene. Not only is it a Crowning Moment for the movie and cinema in a meta sense (as it's the first time Al Pacino and Robert De Niro ever shared the screen in the same scene in a movie), but also for the characters in the movie; in a film which isn't without its bombastic and grand moments of awesome, it's strangely fitting that its most compelling moment should be a simple, quiet scene where two protagonists share a coffee, have a pleasant conversation and discovering that, despite the fact that they work on polar opposite sides of the law, they're [[NotSoDifferent two similar guys]] [[WorthyOpponent who actually kind of like each other.]]other]].
5th Jun '17 5:20:17 AM Doc_Loki
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* Neil's threat to Van Zant is a BaddassBoast delivered about as emotionlessly as possible; "I'm talking to an empty phone... because there is a dead man on the other end of this line." (MicDrop)
21st Apr '17 11:12:40 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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*** Not surprising, considering that MichaelMann consistently uses former Special Forces operatives like [[http://mickgould.net/about-mick/ Mick Gould]] as instructors on his movies.

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*** Not surprising, considering that MichaelMann Creator/MichaelMann consistently uses former Special Forces operatives like [[http://mickgould.net/about-mick/ Mick Gould]] as instructors on his movies.
9th Apr '17 3:13:09 PM bt8257
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* Neil [[spoiler: killing Van Zant and Waingro]] especially how horrible they were.

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* Neil [[spoiler: killing Van Zant and Waingro]] especially how horrible they were.were.
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7th Aug '16 7:31:09 PM TomTheEducator
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** The level of training and realism is so impressive that [[http://imgur.com/gallery/n0zDj3t Chris' mid-firefight reload]] is often shown to ''United States Marines'' as an example of a flawless tactical reload.
*** Not surprising, considering that MichaelMann consistently uses former Special Forces operatives like [[http://mickgould.net/about-mick/ Mick Gould]] as instructors on his movies.
21st May '16 9:09:31 AM MrReviser121
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* Neil [[spoiler: killing Van Zant and Waingro]] especially how horrible people they were.

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* Neil [[spoiler: killing Van Zant and Waingro]] especially how horrible people they were.
21st May '16 9:08:41 AM MrReviser121
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** People hunt down the eatery just to sit in that booth.

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** People hunt down the eatery just to sit in that booth. Sadly, it closed in 2014.



* The armored car robbery is also just as much as CrowningMomentOfAwesome as it is an EstablishingCharacterMoment for each member of the crew.

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* The armored car robbery is also just as much as CrowningMomentOfAwesome as it is an EstablishingCharacterMoment for each member of the crew.crew.
* Neil [[spoiler: killing Van Zant and Waingro]] especially how horrible people they were.
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