Icy yet smoking hot, Pfeiffer is the apple of drug kingpin Tony Montana's eye in this cult classic from Brian De Palma.
Nobody has ever brought an emotional depth to the character of Catwoman equal to that of Pfeiffer.
Pfeiffer grabbed an Oscar nomination for her sultry performance. Her rendition of "Makin' Whoopee!" is worth the price of admission.
Pfeiffer's teacher is an ex-marine with a leather coat and a working knowledge of hand-to-hand combat: a rough school is no match for her.
Jack Nicholson, Susan Sarandon, Cher, and Pfeiffer. There are truly fun performances all around in this adaptation of a John Updike novel.
This daring, aristocratic psychodrama has been put on film multiple times, but this version is the best.
Pfeiffer is tough as nails, with a soft underside, in this tearjerker about a mentally challenged man fighting for custody of his kid.
In Scorsese's most out-of-character movie, Pfeiffer balances sexy and likeable as part of a great ensemble including Daniel Day-Lewis.
Pfeiffer plays a down-on-her-luck waitress and successfully brings her magnetic persona down to earth in this comedy.
As the polar opposite of her character in Scarface, Pfeiffer's mob wife here is utterly hilarious.