Al Pacino's flick rule heist film poll
Award winning actor Al Pacino's movie Dog Day Afternoon has been voted as the best heist film of all time by readers of Empire film magazineUpdated: Aug 30, 2006 17:23 IST
Award winning actor Al Pacino's movie Dog Day Afternoon has been voted as the best heist film of all time by readers of Empire film magazine.
Director Sidney Lumet's 1975 classic beat another Pacino movie Heat to bag the first place in the poll of readers of the British magazine publication, reports Contactmusic.
Third place was taken by Clint Eastwood's film Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, followed by George Clooney's and Jennifer Lopez's Out Of Sight, which came in fourth.
Inside Man, directed by Spike Lee and starring Denzel Washington, Clive Owen and Jodie Foster rounded off the top five list.
The Top 10 Heist Films are:
1. Dog Day Afternoon(1975)
2. Heat (1995)
3. Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)
4. Out Of Sight (1998)
5. Inside Man(2006)
6. Quick Change (1990)
7. Swordfish (2001)
8. The Hot Spot (1990)
9. Two Hands (1999)
10. Stander (2003)
First Published: Aug 30, 2006 17:23 IST