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MERCHANT OF VENICE
Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, Joseph Fiennes. In 16th century Venice, when a merchant must default on a large loan from an abused Jewish moneylender for a friend with romantic ambitions, the bitterly vengeful creditor demands gruesome payment instead. (2004) (138 min.)

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...AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
Al Pacino, Jack Warden, John Forsyth, Lee Strasberg. A provocative mix of outrageous comedy and high drama stars Pacino as a lawyer disillusioned by judicial corruption. The fine cast also features Christine Lahti. (1979) (118 min.)

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88 MINUTES
Al Pacino, Alicia Witt, Leelee Sobieski. A thriller about a forensic psychologist who receives a phone call telling him that he has only 88 minutes to live. Now he must solve the biggest murder of his career: his own. (2007) (107min)

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ANY GIVEN SUNDAY
Al Pacino, Dennis Quaid, Cameron Diaz. Oliver Stone's epic football drama about a battle-worn coach who clashes with his young quarterback, as well as the team's overbearing owner. The all-star cast also features Charlton Heston and Jamie Foxx. (1999) (162min)

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ANGELS IN AMERICA
Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson. HBO's six-part adaptation of Tony Kushner's two phantasmagorical award-winning plays. (2003) (360min)

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AUTHOR! AUTHOR!
Al Pacino, Dyan Cannon, Tuesday Weld, Alan King. Lighthearted comedy about a struggling New York playwright whose wife walks out on him, leaving him to take care of their one child plus her four from previous marriages. This guy has it all, but can he handle it? (1982) (110 min.)

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BABBLEONIA
A retrospective of Al Pacino's lengthy and remarkable career in his own words. He takes us through his early years as a stage actor up through his forays in directing, featuring behind-the-scenes looks at his version of "Richard III," "Looking for Richard." (2005) (54min)

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BOBBY DEERFIELD
Al Pacino, Marthe Keller. Pacino plays a cold and lonely race-car driver in Europe who romances a life-loving young woman who is terminally ill. Director Sydney Pollack, whose credits include The Way We Were and Tootsie, considers this his best film. CC. (1977) (123 min.)

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CARLITO'S WAY
Al Pacino, Sean Penn, Penelope Ann M?ller. Former drug kingpin Carlito Brigante vows to go straight when he's released from prison. He finds out that it isn't going to be easy because anyone who takes him out takes his title. And there are plenty of small fry trying to make a name for themselves. CC. (1993) (145 min.)

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CHINESE COFFEE
Al Pacino, Jerry Orbach, Susan Floyd. Al Pacino directs and stars in this poignant film about two best friends one of whom is a struggling author working on a new book. He asks his friend to read the manuscript and give his opinion, but the friend denounces the book as a betrayal of their friendship. (2000) (99min)

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CITY HALL
Al Pacino, John Cusack, Bridget Fonda, Danny Aiello. An urban thriller with Pacino as a tough New York City mayor whose entire administration is beset with scandal because a six-year-old boy is accidentally killed in a shoot-out between a drug dealer and a cop. Shady deals and power-brokering are revealed. CC. (1996) (112 min.)

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CRUISING
Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino, Karen Allen. A graphic and unsettling murder mystery about a detective who searches the hard-core gay bars of New York in order to find a depraved homophobic killer. Pacino goes undercover to act as bait for the murderer in this bizarre and disturbing film. (1980) (106 min.)

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