James & Nico Have Never Seen: Heat (1995)

Impact's very own Film & TV and Reviews Editors talk about catching up with the "classics" and whether or not they're worth your time.

University moves pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around (at movies) once in a while you might miss it.

We have more access to movies than ever before in history, and keeping up with every new release can be daunting enough for any student cinephile. Add to this the constant barrage of “how have you never seen (insert x film)?!” we all get from constantly being in contact with people from all different backgrounds and walks of life, and keeping on top with your “To-watch” list can become close to impossible. Being the inquisitive team that we are here at Impact, we wondered what it would be like to actually delve into the “classic” films we keep hearing about yet never have the time to actually watch. We’re here to tell you whether you should definitely find a quiet Sunday afternoon to watch these, or if you can give this one a miss and watch the next Marvel film instead. Keep in mind this is Impact’s first ever Podcast series, so feel free to listen to us on your device so you can find your next thing to watch on your way home!

In the first edition of James and Nico Have Never Seen, we talk about the 1995 Michael Mann directed film Heat, starring Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino. Spoiler alert: we liked it.

James Hurman and Nicolas Caballero

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