We get it: It’s hot outside, especially in Southern California.
With no relief in sight this weekend, why not stay cool inside and watch a film (or 10) that understands just how brutal a heat wave can be? It’ll remind you that there’s life after sweating through your clothes thanks to 100-degree heat.
“Dog Day Afternoon” (1975)
On a dreadfully hot August day, two men decide to rob a bank. Eight hours into their heist, they become the most talked-about duo on television. The best part: It’s based on a true story. Starring Al Pacino and John Cazale, the tension is high and the small and sweaty spaces of the bank make you...