I’ll take DeNiro over Pacino anyday of the week and twice on Sunday!

Al Pacino Voted Greatest Film Star in Poll
LONDON (Reuters) – “Godfather” star Al Pacino has been named the greatest movie star of all time in a poll of British film fans.
Italian-American Pacino topped the Channel 4 television poll to find the 100 greatest movie stars, followed by Robert de Niro, who played his father in “The Godfather II.”
The results, broadcast on Sunday and Monday, reflected a strong bias toward the current generation of male actors.
Known for a string of gritty roles, Pacino, 63, was twice nominated for an Oscar for his performances as Michael Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola’s “Godfather” movies but did not win.
Pacino picked up an Oscar in 1992 for a more tender role as embittered blind army veteran in “Scent of a Woman”
Tom Hanks and Kevin Spacey came in at number three and four, followed by Harrison Ford and Jack Nicholson in fifth and sixth position.
More than 25,000 votes were cast in the poll. The highest placed British star was Anthony Hopkins at number seven, ahead of Sean Connery at eight and Ewan McGregor at nine.
The 32-year-old Scottish actor was the youngest Top 10 entry. Cary Grant, star of classics such as “North by Northwest,” was the highest posthumous placing at number 10.
There were no actresses in the Top 10. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” star Audrey Hepburn was the highest female entry at number 13, while Sigourney Weaver, best known for her roles in the “Alien” movies, took 20th place.
This year’s Oscar winner Catherine Zeta-Jones did not make the list, but her husband Michael Douglas came in at number 100.
The list of candidates was compiled by a panel of film critics and filmmakers, with voting taking place on the Channel 4 Web Site and by text message over a six-week period.