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Nice shirt. Nice tan. The 70s & 80s version of you called, they’d like you to take a good look at yourself. And stop.
lovu u Sir
Come on Al. After this no ore serious talks.
Arghhhh, help me, I’m blind! Is Adam Sandler on crack?
No – in this film Sandler HAS a crack.
Great hair for 70+
Alice Cooper called. He wants his look back.
my god in heaven…
who the hell told him it was OK to go out in public looking like that? i don’t even have the words…
Why the hell is he wearing two watches?
Seinfeld wants his pirate shirt back!
Very well spoken Al-
looking forward to WILDE SALOME
His “look” here is not all that far out. Wedding planners in Miami Beach fall asleep in the sun all the time.
God, he used to be sooo good looking. what the hell happened?? A prime example of aging badly.
At least he’s trying, I say trying, to shake the decade plus plus of playing his Oscar winning role over and over and over again and not rest on his paycheck needs 100% of the time. Certainly something you can’t see about his contemporary Bobby D.
Liberace wants his shirt back.
It’s in Pacino’s best interests to do interviews, to remind us that after turning in one-note performances for 20 years, there is more to him after all.
I have borderline-seizures watching Pacino on screen.
Why the hell isn’t Disney casting Al as Jack Sparrow’s UNCLE or something in the next oozing cash sore of the Pirates franchise? He’s living the dream!
I love his blouse!
I hope Wilde Salome is well received, as at least he is trying to be orignal. He really is a decent and kind guy, I was lucky to work on one of his sets many years ago.
This collection of snarky comments is the most revealing I’ve seen. What a bunch of know nothings. Aside from Pacino’s place as one of the greatest film actors of all time, he has continued – in more recent years – to give vibrant and masterful performances on stage. Have none of the commenters seen his recent Merchant of Venice? His Arturo Ui from nine years or so ago? (Have any of you traveled East of the Mississippi?) How incredible that one of the most prolific, restless, and adventurous artists of our time should be so disparaged. And why? You don’t like his hair? His clothes? His tan? What a world.
I want to write something snarky, but mainly because I’m unemployed, just had my film rejected from two highly respected film festivals I desperately wanted to get into, and because life suddenly feels like an annoying, pointless void in which the biggest pieces of sh*t seem to thrive without any effort. AAAARGH!
That, and the fact that I like Pacino.
You’re all haters. LOL!
He’s Al F’n Pacino.
And you’re NOT!
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