Hoo-Ah, It's a Supercut of Al Pacino Noises

Suffice it to say, there is no one like Al Pacino. From "Scarface" to "Serpico," "Dog Day Afternoon" to "Scent of a Woman," he is the actor's actor, a one-man powerhouse who has clocked over a half-dozen Oscar nominations, and whose performance are always unshakable (and, yes, we've forgiven him for "Jack and Jill." Ish).

He's also really, really loud. Not that that's a bad thing, of course! In fact, it's the guy's signature, which is why a supercut called "Al Pacino: Full Roar" couldn't have a more appropriate title, as cobbled together by Press Play. As they explain it, "[Pacino] sings the body electric; sometimes he screams it. He's a stripped electrical wire zapping lightning bolts into the air...Even when his characters are hiding or repressing things, they seem on the verge of imploding or exploding, transforming or mutating."

So, no, the guy doesn't "work small," and he's all the better for it. Plus, let's face it: any old joe can shout, "Hoo-ah!", but we all know where it originated.