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Thread: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

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    Default Re: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

    De Niro could play a loud, intense & active role (Untouchables, Cape Fear, Raging Bull) and as a subtle,quiet & reserved (Heat, Godfather 2, Once Upon a TIme in America) with great results

    he's also a better villain than Pacino (Cape Fear, King of Comedy, Untouchables)
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    Default Re: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

    Tom Hanks just shits on everyone.

    GOAT actor and it

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    Default Re: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

    Both are great actors but De Niro has made himself look stupid with his political commentary in the last few years.

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    Default Re: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

    Robert De Niro is the most overrated actor.

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    Default Re: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

    Al Pacino peaked in G2

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    Default Re: Al Pacino Vs Robert De Niro

    Deniro is a huge fruit cake now with his cringe worthy hating Trump bullshit, but he's a much better actor overall than Pacino. Al was great in the 70s for about a 6 year period, but then he fell into drugs and fell off the radar and when he came back with Scarface he basically stopped actually acting with any nuance and just started yelling a lot. His acting throughout the 90s is just him yelling like that makes something emotional. Besides Donnie Brasco his acting throughout the 90s and early 2000s before he got old is just blah. Literally if something calls for some kind of emotion he just starts yelling and hollering. No subtly at all to his acting for 90% of his roles since Scarface.

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