You're basically watching the same movie, except one of them is much better than the other.
Michael Mann's 1995 Pacino/De Niro crime drama is nothing short of a masterpiece.
The storm left over 30 people dead, flooded coastal communities worse than Hurricane Sandy, and grounded thousands of flights — and climate scientists say it is consistent with how climate change is expected to intensify winter storms.
Size Five's summertime heist-sim has me recalling Robert De Niro's criminal code in "Heat"—be capable of dropping everything, or die.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History received a $15 million donation from David Koch — and one of its exhibits omits human-caused climate change, says the museum's former president.
The oceans have been absorbing the lion's share of global warming in recent years, sparing land dwellers the worst of the heat. That's about to change.
In his new movie, director Michael Mann strips action-flick conventions down to their core elements and reconfigures them into something more abstract and visceral.