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Originally Posted by doubledenim
Originally Posted by TONGO
HEAT 2 makes about as much sense as Gladiator 2.

To quote the Iron Shiek, "**** da Hollywood!"
Am I the only one that knows itís real?! Itís a book. Mann already wrote it. Multiple timelines. Like Dark! Not where, but‚Ķ
OH! Well thats completely different then, Ill definitely see it. The first HEAT was based off a true story too.
Originally Posted by TONGO
HEAT 2 makes about as much sense as Gladiator 2.

To quote the Iron Shiek, "**** da Hollywood!"
Am I the only one that knows itís real?! Itís a book. Mann already wrote it. Multiple timelines. Like Dark! Not where, butÖ
Heat 2: Re-Heated

"Neil" Deniro's corpse (de-aged) is secretly sold to OCP. He is made into the ultimate robotic robber. ROBOCROOK. Seemingly unstoppable, save for his need to constantly stop at Tesla charging stations (never let your battery get so low that you couldn't leave a charger in 30 seconds). Pacino de-aged as Vincent now has to give chase the ultimate criminal using only the power of is wacky vocal delivery.
itíd be a great movie about farming in the afterlife
Gladiator 2 makes far less sense if you remember the ending.
HEAT 2 makes about as much sense as Gladiator 2.

To quote the Iron Shiek, "**** da Hollywood!"
Originally Posted by mattiasflgrtll6
Meanwhile Al Pacino still only has one.
Just wait tilí Heat 2 gets made.

Big Adderall fan, that one 😳
Somehow thought she had won more often. I don't remember which ones she won for, but Kramer vs. Kramer was at least an Oscarworthy performance.
Originally Posted by mattiasflgrtll6
Meanwhile Al Pacino still only has one.
He's been nominated nine times but only won once, as opposed to Streep being nominated twenty-one times and winning thrice (and he got his first nomination six years before she got hers).
Meanwhile Al Pacino still only has one.
Realised recently that this year marks five years since Meryl Streep's last Oscar nomination. The last time she went that long without a nomination was 1991-1996. Maybe the Academy has finally decided to stop giving her nominations "just because".