Michael Mann’s “Heat” is the Most Laughable Oscar Snub of All Time

Nearly 25 years after it first hit theaters in 1995, Michael Mann’s epic crime drama “Heat” is considered a modern classic. It also failed to garner any Oscar consideration in the run-up to the 1996 Academy Awards telecast.

Seriously. Not one single nomination to its name.

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