HBO has given Al Pacino a second life of sorts; for the first time on And Justice for Al, we examine an Alfredo performance that is relevant and vital to popular culture. It's time to dissect Pacino as Paterno.
2003 was the start of a curious era for Al Pacino, but something about the father-son dynamic with Colin Farrell brings out the best in the veteran actor. A special guest joins us to talk all things Al.
Al Pacino sings, and dances. And does too much cocaine, and attempts to charm Annette Bening via piano tunes. The latest episode of And Justice for Al wonders how a movie with those great elements could go so wrong.