Hollywood legend Al Pacino admits he hasn't made a good movie in 30 years.
The actor believes he peaked in 1975 movie Dog Day Afternoon and hasn't had a decent role since, despite the four ACADEMY AWARD nominations and one win - for 1992's SCENT OF A WOMAN - he has achieved since.
He tells the New York Daily News, "I know I haven't made a good film since Dog Day Afternoon.
"Somebody at a press conference once asked me, 'Do you think you'll ever be as good as you were in 'Dog Day'?' and I said flatly, 'No.' That answered that."