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Besetzung & Stab: Carlito's WayCarlito's Way. Der Ehre zuviel. In einer Welt, in der die Grenzen zwischen gut und böse, legal und illegal in dem Maße sich verwischen, je mehr man hinter die. sugarhollowmusic.com - Kaufen Sie Carlito's Way by Al Pacino günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. Gangster/Krimi ( Min.) Carlito's Way Al Pacino als Carlito.
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As you can see, with friends like these it would be a hard job for Carlito to abandon his old life. However he finds strength and inspiration to continue his efforts of cleaning his act by reuniting with his old love from before he went to jail Gail.
This story is a perfect thriller whose structure and development feels a lot like a Greek tragedy reinterpreted as a film noir.
There are few action sequences, but the dialog is so perfect that you just want to know more and more about the characters. The few action sequences are beautifully filmed, and i assure you: you will not be disappointed, they will keep you on the edge of your seat.
The performances are great, Pacino gives a great Humphrey Bogart-like performance as the ex-con always tormented by his past the narration is also great, it clearly shows us how Carlito is feeling, and how i think an ex-con would think trying to clean his act with temptations in every corner.
Sean Penn gives an academy award worthy performance by giving a believable approach to Carlito's increasingly drug addicted, paranoid and even homicidal lawyer.
The beautiful Penelope Ann Miller gives us a wonderful performance as Carlito's only positive influence and inspiration in his life I think this performance should have established her as strong leading lady, but as i said, this movie doesn't have even half of the recognition it deserves.
All in all, Is a great movie, and personally, one of my all time favorites if not favorite. Great Performances, Perfect Film. Most people don't highlight 'Carlito's Way' among Al Pacino's gangster movies, but in my opinion it's an instant classic.
It's not as hyped as 'The Godfather' or 'Scarface', but it's an extremely honest and captivating film, that wins you over exactly because it doesn't seem to have been created to make it into film history.
All the characters are very well defined, so there are no ambiguous or contradicting behaviors. Al Pacino is extremely charismatic, convincing the viewer that as well as he can play an Italian or a cuban, he can play a puerto-rican.
And his complete change from one character to another is what makes this movie so special among the other great gangster movies.
Carlito Brigante is a more mature gangster, reformed from his years spent in jail. Differently from Tony Montana, Carlito doesn't feel, or needs to feel isolated.
He reaches out to the people around him. He wants to trust, and mainly, love. Gail, his love interest, is put on a pedestal, as the person with whom he wants to escape to 'paradise', and the entire film revolves around the expectations and the hope that the viewer feels for this romance that along with Carlito's way out of the crime world would lead them both to the dream life.
If Michael Corleone's essence was in honor and Tony Montana's in money, Carlito Brigante's is in this sensitivity, that make's you forget about his ethnicity or his background, which isn't so in 'Scarface'.
His body language and his looks as a Latin-American also change amazingly compared to Tony Montana. The supporting actors were also amazing, mainly Sean Penn, that really embraced his character, Kleinfeld, a stressed-out, corrupt lawyer, who betrays everyone around him.
John Leguizamo is also great as 'Benny from the Bronx'. Overall the film is very well paced, as it begins with a bit of action, when Carlito returns to his neighbourhood, goes on revolving around him getting his life back on track and making plans with Gail, and ends with the thrilling and greatly edited scenes of the Grand Central Station chase.
Finally, when he's shot, you're left wondering if there was any way out to begin with, and if there's really a possibility of 'paradise', even for a reformed gangster like himself.
This is one of the two greatest works of a true master - Brian de Palma. Just like it's "brother", Scarface, the movie gives us an insight of a criminal world, with all it's cruelty, deceit, lies and fatal decisions which can change ones life forever.
As we observe the last days of a retired gangster Carlito Brigante, it's hard not to admire skills of the director, as a quite usual story of a good guy trying to quit "the business" turns into an epic and a cult movie right in front of our eyes.
The movie also contains some important messages, and one of the most important is: "Never give up your friends, no matter what Apology7 31 December This movie was great.
Al Pacino delivers another brilliant performance as Carlito Brigante, the former drug dealer wanting to go straight. So much suspense in this movie you can't touch that remote.
Great plot, acting, with an awesome plot twist at the end. One thing I would have changed is not having Carlito getting shot in the beginning.
Well, thats my two bits on that movie. Hope you enjoy it! Spider 13 August There was a time when I really wasn't into movies very much. I happened to be flipping channels on my TV one night when I came across "Carlito's Way".
Immediately, I was drawn into the film. By the time the credits rolled by, I knew I had just witnessed the greatest film I had ever seen.
What makes "Carlito's Way" such a great film is the fact that even though you know what is going to happen at the end, the movie makes you want to know how this character, Carlito Brigante, ends up where he does.
And what a ride it is. Al Pacino is simply astonishing as Carlito Brigante, a reformed criminal who wants nothing more than to leave his old life behind and start anew.
Sean Penn proves once again that he is one of the most effective actors working today in a role that not only sees him keeping pace with Pacino, but should have netted him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar.
John Leguizamo and Viggo Mortensen also deliver solid performances. If you haven't seen it yet, run out and rent it immediately.
This is the film that turned me into a movie lover. Sure, I have seen better films since then not many, mind you , but "Carlito's Way" will forever remain my all time favourite.
CARLITO'S WAY is the real best Al Pacino performance after Love him in his Oscar-winning role in SCENT OF A WOMAN ; it's not as overrated as people say and he is infectiously good in that.
But in CARLITO'S WAY, Mr. Pacino plays the more difficult role of Carlito Brigante, who deserves as much respect as Michael Corleone or Tony Montana!
I've got to preface the rest of my review by saying that I've seen this film a bunch of times, starting with right after it first came out in the early 90s and have loved it ever since.
You like Action? This is one of the rare films that has it all! The legendary Pacino seemed to specialize in playing ambitious, crafty, respected gangsters and Carlito is no exception in those general aspects; but in this film, Carlito is in large parts different from both Corleone or Montana; whereas both Corleone and Montana were very powerful men that controlled empire throughout the bulk of their films, Carlito WAS a powerful gangster who lost his empire and did jail time; also, Corleone and Montana were inherently suspicious and possessive men to the point of being paranoid, and dare I say it, inherently evil; whereas Carlito was justifiably suspicious, but also ironically forgiving and accepting of other people's shortcomings and at his core, a GOOD man!
The other 2 men chose to live a certain way and either never tried to redeem himself Corleone or never had a chance Montana , but Carlito has lived the hard, gangster lifestyle, paid for his sins, and now wants redemption and to start anew.
From the moment the film starts in with his courtroom speech the only pure comic moment in the film "thanking" the judge for releasing him early from his year prison sentence he only served 5 years to the very end, the viewer HAS to root for Carlito Brigante!
Carlito, upon release, wants to start a whole knew life and become legitimate. No more drug-dealing, no more killings. He wants to play it straight.
Carlito's lawyer that gets him off is Dave Kleinfeld played by the great Sean Penn in a superb performance , a shady man who is hooked on drugs and has his own troubles as he has stolen money from one of his other imprisoned gangster clients, who finds out about it and blackmails Kleinfeld into helping break him out of prison.
This is definitely one of my favorite Sean Penn performances and ironically in a supporting role. He's effortless as this scuzzy, posing, pathetic, out-of-his-league lawyer and in a way, his tale is as tragic as Carlito's.
Carlito can't save his inexperienced cousin, but outsmarts the dealers and gets away with the money. He uses that money to buy into a partnership with disco-owner Sasso.
At this point, he sees a dancer one night that reminds him of his old girlfriend Gail Penelope Ann Miller in a sexy, sweet performance.
He seeks out Gail one night after her dance class and they go to a diner to talk about their past and possible future.
And Brian De Palma finally succeeds in a "Bonfire of the Vanities" vein, delivering a droll portrait of the disco years as seen through a bemused, jaundiced eye.
But the film's real heart is in the very places Carlito speaks of escaping: the seedy social clubs and slick dance palaces where the story's main action unfolds.
In these settings, letting his camera swoop and soar in countless unexpected ways, Mr. De Palma captures the grandiose romanticism of his story without concentrating too heavily on the hard facts.
Based on two novels by Justice Edwin Torres of New York State Supreme Court one of them so steeped in street argot that it includes a glossary , "Carlito's Way" also has its gritty side.
At times the film's sharply urban look and its vivid minor characters suggest Mr. Pacino's work with Sidney Lumet "Dog Day Afternoon," "Serpico" , but "Carlito's Way" turns out to be more overheated than those films were.
This one unfolds against a backdrop of such churning decadence that Carlito becomes the one cool head in the story, not its crusading maverick. Indeed, Carlito's main job is to stay out of trouble, trying to defend himself against the new breed of hoodlum, the type that sneeringly brands him "a used-to-be bad guy.
One of the plot's more dubious contrivances is the idea of Carlito's huge debt to David Kleinfeld, a lawyer who epitomizes the film's wry view of get-rich-quick chic.
Look closely at David Kleinfeld: behind the glasses, sideburns, flashy clothes and thinning, frizzy hairdo, Sean Penn remains truly unrecognizable for a while.
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Reconnecting with his dancer girlfriend, Gail Penelope Ann Miller , Carlito gets entangled in the shady dealings of his friend Dave Kleinfeld Sean Penn , who also serves as his lawyer.
When Carlito and Kleinfeld run afoul of shifty gangster Benny Blanco John Alberto Leguizamo , it sets them on a dangerous path. Brian De Palma. Martin Bregman , Michael Scott Bregman , Willi Bär.
David Koepp. Aug 10, Universal Pictures, Epic Productions. Al Pacino Carlito Brigante. Sean Penn David Kleinfeld. Penelope Ann Miller Gail.
John Leguizamo Benny Blanco. Ingrid Rogers Steffie. James Rebhorn Dist. Joseph Siravo Vincent 'Vinnie' Taglialucci. Taglines: Sometimes, when you want to come clean, you have to play dirty.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia This was the second Brian De Palma directed film that both actors Al Pacino and Sean Penn have each starred in.
Their earlier de Palma movies were Scarface and Casualties of War respectively. Goofs When Carlito goes to visit Kleinfeld in the hospital, the guard in the hallway is holding a newspaper with both hands.
When the camera changes angles, the guard is holding the paper with one hand and pointing at Carlito with the other hand.
Quotes [ first lines ] Carlito : Somebody's pulling me close to the ground I can sense, but I can't see. I ain't panicked. I've been here before.
Same as I got popped on th street. Don't take me to no hospital, please. Fuckin' emergency rooms don't save nobody. Sons of bitches pop you at midnight, when all they got is a Chinese intern, with a dull spoon.
Oh look at these suckers. Scrambling around What for? My Puerto Rican ass ain't supposed to have made it this far. Most of my crew got washed a long time Was this review helpful to you?
Yes No Report this. Don't have an account? Your Email. Back to Login. Your name. Confirm Password. Have an account? Sharing is caring. It's the biggest motivation to help us to make the site better.Gail is perhaps meant, in David Koepp's screenplay, to be more substantial than the film makes her, but Ms. Released exactly ten years Hautnah Die Tierklinik Abgesetzt Scarface, the comparisons are more than obvious. This film is probubly the best crime story ive seen, next to GoodfellasPacino gives another superb performance as well as the rest of the cast. Archived from the Arte Indian Summer on January 8, Rate And Review Submit review Want to see. It's humanistic. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Template film date with 1 release date Film articles using image size parameter. Carlito's Way reunites De Palma and Pacino for a more wistful take on the crime Greta Scarano, delivering a stylish thriller with a beating heart beneath its pyrotechnic performances and set pieces. David Koepp's screenplay has the depth it needs in examining the intense struggle an ex-druglord must endure when trying to escape his violent past. Carlito Brigante: Ok, I Reloaded!! Awards FAQ User Ratings External Reviews Watch Babylon Berlin Reviews.