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Dr. No (1962)
The beginning of all
In 1962 no one knew this film would begin a franchise that exists until this very day.
It was a tight budget movie but that does not prevent everyone involved to did a great job. It is true that Sean Connery was not fully prepared for the role in the first film, but it was possible to see he could do more and thanks to the director Terence Young we all know he did.
The film also bring the first and most famous bond girl in the entire franchise, an unforgettable scene when Ursula Andress comes out of the sea singing and carrying shells, and of course has the main villain Dr. No played very well by Joseph Wiseman.
Dr. No is a classic and a great film that gave rise to the biggest franchise in movie history.
The perfect picture of Las Vegas early days.
Scorsese, De Niro and Pesci team up again for a amazing movie with unforgettable performances.
The film portrays Las Vegas at a time when it was dominated by the mafia, extremely well directed by Scorsese that film shows Robert De Niro as manager of the Tangiers Casino who have to deal with his unstable wife that used to be a high-class prostitute but who can not forget her pimp Lester and his childhood friend Nicky that is taking the city with extreme uncontrolled violence bringing a bad image to the plans that the mafia has in Las Vegas.
Sharon Stone definitely give the best performance of his career in this film and the secondary characters convey very well the image of the great leaders of the mafia.
Casino is a classic and a must-see movie.
Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
A 70's classic.
In his second and last collaboration with Sidney Lumet, Al Pacino give a amazing performance as a bank robber who don't planned his assault very well, actually do not want to harm anyone and reveal himself as a bisexual.
John Cazale also give a very good performance in one of his last films as a accomplice of Al Pacino character. The film transmits extremely well all the anguish, fear and fatigue of all the characters from the main until the supporting, especially in the parts that are fun. Charles Durning also gives a brilliant performance as the man who tries to bring balance to keep the negotiations between the police and the robbers.
One of the best performances of Al Pacino and one of the best Sidney Lumet films, Dog Day Afternoon is one of the best films from the 70's.
Mean Streets (1973)
The start of one of the best movie partnerships.
A amazing movie that talk about friends, family, business, and conflicts over religion.
Scorsese capture in a excellent way the New York of that time and also start to show the world what he could do, and Robert De Niro steal all the scenes he was in, giving one of his best performances in his career at a time when few people know who he was.
Harvel Keitel also give a good performance as a man in conflict with his attitudes, his work and the prejudices of the time.
One of the best films of the 70's and a masterpiece of cinema with one of the best director and actor of all time.