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Donny asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 8 years ago

happy birthday to the second greatest actor OF ALL TIME, top 10 favorite movies of his?

BQ- his #1 best performance?

BQ2- (if you follow baseball), how's your team looking so far?

BQ3- I asked this in my last Q, but will you be seeing The Avengers in theaters? and expectations?!

BQ4- can you name every US State that you have been to? (sorry foreigners)

BQ5- top 5 actors born outside the US?

BQ6- what's better, your favorite movie from 2011 or 2001? (please tell me both) lol

thank you and happy birthday AP


@janie jones- no. because I don't really care about your answer. but for anyone else answering this question, yes.

Update 2:

great answer LoudLon!!! Bravo

Update 3:

@suicidal- BQ6 was a homage to you and your questions!

9 Answers

  • 8 years ago
    Best Answer

    Happy Birthday, Al! Love that guy.

    1. The Godfather

    2. Dog Day Afternoon

    3. Carlito's Way

    4. The Godfather, Pt. II

    5. Serpico

    6. Donnie Brasco

    7. Scent of a Woman

    8. ....And Justice For All

    9. Heat

    10. Scarface

    BQ: Dog Day Afternoon

    BA2: Not following this year

    BQ3: Maybe, if I see the other films first. I have high expectations due to the early critic reviews and the fact that Joss Whedon wrote and directed it.

    BQ4: Random, lol.


    Rhode Island





    New York


    New Jersey

    North Carolina

    South Carolina


    West Virgina



    I think that's it.

    BQ5: Gosling, Rogen, Bale, Ellen Page, Fassbender, Day-Lewis.

    BQ6: The Royal Tenenbaums vs. 50/50. The Royal Tenenbaums.

  • \Liam\
    Lv 5
    8 years ago

    Hey Donny,

    1. Dog Day Afternoon

    2. The Godfater

    3. Insomnia

    4. Scarface

    5. Heat

    6. Serpico

    7. The Godfather Part II

    8. Donnie Brasko

    9. Scent of a Woman

    10. Jack and Jill (jks)

    BQ: Either The Godfather Part II or Dog Day Afternoon

    BQ3: Probably not

    BQ4: Haven't been to the US


    Natalie Portman

    Daniel Day-Lewis

    Javier Bardem

    Heath Ledger

    Naomi Watts

    BQ6: 2001: Mulholland Drive, 2011: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Mulholland Drive wins


  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    1. Dog Day Afternoon

    2. The Panic in Needle Park

    3. Glengarry Glen Ross

    4. The Godfather

    5. Heat

    6. Scarecrow

    7. The Godfather: Part II

    8. ...And Justice for All

    9. Serpico

    10. Scent of a Woman

    BQ: Dog Day Afternoon

    BQ3: Maybe.

    BQ4: None.

    BQ5: Cary Grant, Errol Flynn, Christian Bale, Max von Sydow, Claude Rains

    BQ6: We Need to Talk About Kevin vs. Spirited Away... the latter wins

  • 8 years ago

    Happy 72nd Birthday to Al Pacino!!

    1) The Godfather 1 & 2

    2) Dog Day Afternoon

    3) Scarface

    4) Glengarry Glen Ross

    5) Insomnia

    6) Heat

    7) The Panic in Needle Park

    8) Carlito's Way

    9) Donnie Brasco

    10) Scarecrow

    BQ- Oh man.. Either The Godfather Part II or Dog Day Afternoon.

    BQ3- I sure am

    BQ4- Never been to the US


    Daniel Day-Lewis

    Cary Grant

    Christian Bale

    Anthony Hopkins

    Laurence Olivier

    BQ6- Midnight in Paris vs The Fellowship of the Ring.. LOTR wins!

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    1The Godfather I & II

    2. Serpico

    3. Dog Day Afternoon

    4. Panic At Needle Park

    5. Frankie & Johnny

    6. Scarface

    7. 88 Minutes

    8. Sea of Love

    9. Scent of a Woman

    10. Heat.


    How are Red Sox going?

    Ummm... no.

    I've only been to Hawaii. Does LAX count?

    Sam Neil, Clive Owen, Russell Crowe, Ewen McGreggor, Catherine Denuve, Jean Reno okay that's 6

    I can't remember what I saw in 2001

  • 8 years ago

    No particular order:



    Sea of Love

    Scent of a Woman

    Dog Day Afternoon

    The Godfather

    Donnie Brasco

    Glengarry Glen Ross

    Author! Author!

    Any Given Sunday

    BQ: Personally, my favorite is in Donnie Brasco

    BQ2: I follow the Reds. They're 8 and 9 right now but it looks like they're on their way to getting out of their hitting slump.

    BQ3: I will be seeing The Avengers in the theater, and my expectation is that it'll be the best on-screen representation of the Hulk to date, and will be one of the best comic book movies of all time.

    BQ4: Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Florida, NC, SC, Mississippi, Virginia and West Virginia, Montana, California, Hawaii, Illinois

    BQ5: Chow Yun Fat, Alain Delon, Anthony Hopkins, Armin Mueller-Stahl (sp), Edwige Feneche

    BQ6: Favorite from 2011: Tucker and Dale vs Evil. Favorite from 2001: Memento. Liked better: Memento.

    Happy birthday, Al!

  • Happy Birthday Al Pacino!

    It's also Hank Azaria's birthday. :) I love both of them.

    BA- Personal favourite in Glengarry Glen Ross, but ah! man! I love Heat too! And Donnie Brasco.

    BA4: Boston, Massachusetts and NY.


    1) Daniel Day-Lewis

    2) Christian Bale

    3) Gary Oldman

    4) Javier Bardem

    5) Guy Pearce

    (I feel like I've missed someone majorly important out, but my brain isn't working and that's off the top of my head so there.)

    BA6: Drive & Fellowship of the Ring. LOTR wins.

    I'll edit the mq later... my head hurts.


    1) Heat

    2) Glengarry Glen Ross

    3) The Godfather

    4) Dog Day Afternoon

    5) Scarface

    6) The Insider

    7) Dick Tracy

    8) Serpico

    9) Chinese Coffee – This is my favorite film from my dad's Pacino box set. I'm glad I discovered it. What a fantastic film it is. It’s more like a play – Pacino and Orbach in a room for 90 minutes. But these two are such phenomenal actors that they engage you without ever making you check your watch. Truly compelling stuff here.

    10) Also, I really have an affinity for Carlito’s Way. Screw DePalma.

  • Happy birthday to Al Pacino!

    Dog Day Afternoon



    The Insider

    Godfather 1


    Carlito's Way


    Donnie Brasko

    Godfather part II

    that's in no real order though.

    BA: Dog Day Afternoon

    BA3: Yeah I do, hopefully I am seeing it tomorrow. Anticipations are thatit will be a better than usual marvel film, and highly entertaining. Hope to give it a 8 or a 9 out of 10.

    BA4: Never been to overseas


    1. Ralph Fiennes

    2. Daniel Bruhl

    3. Emily Watson

    4. Guy Pearce (born in England, offically Australian)

    5. Christian Bale

    those aren't in any order

    BA6: Copy, much? lol anyway

    Moulin Rouge or Tree Of Life (one of your favourites!), Moulin Rouge is better. I still need to watch heaps of 2011 films, and rewatch X-men and Hugo.


    edit: thanks.. and I didn't mean copy much seriously, just kind of joking around

  • 8 years ago

    Dog Day Afternoon

    Yeah, that one blew me away.

    BQ3- I have no plans too

    BQ4- Yes. Do you want me too?

    BQ5- Tim Roth, Cillian Murphy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, and let's say Gary Oldman. Although Matt Smith really does it for me too. And Tom Hardy more recently.

    BQ6- 2001. 2011- Take Shelter. 2001- Big Fish.

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