Summary: I may actually watch this one again, and I almost never watch anything again. We love Martin Freeman, right? But in this one, he's not so likable -- except he's still sympathetic because he's him. So it's hard not to root for him. The very end... nah, I won't spoil it. :-p Warren Clarke doesn't look like a movie star, but he certainly fit this role perfectly. He was entirely believable in every way.
Summary: The inconsistent pacing of this film can be forgiven because of the powerhouse acting that portrays an intriguing story of truth and redemption. The film portrays an interesting era of history and does well at maintaining its slow burn plot and moralistic themes.
Summary: The debt is well worth a watch, as we follow a bunch of criminals trying to make their way out of money-trouble in a complex everyday world. Lawyer, police, construction entrepreneurs and petty thieves - well you all got them here, in a complex, but still neatly told story. Without telling too much, director Jon Jones has a great cast helping him get this everyday crime story to shine.
Summary: A failed mission to capture a surgeon murderer forced three individuals to lie about it. Now that they take credit of it for thirty years, they now have to deal with it- which happens differently for the three of them. *** I was a bit hesitant watching this drama-thriller, but five minutes in, and I was hooked. Everything is a mystery on the most part of the film, but stellar acting by Helen Mirren showed story without saying everything.
Summary: A strong thriller that's well-cast and written. 3 Israeli agents embark on a secret mission to capture and deliver a Nazi war criminal but things don't go as planned. The decisions the agents make turn out to affect the rest of their lives, as we rejoin their story many years later to see how what they've done has impacted their future. Good direction from John Madden and great turns from all of the cast members make this a good watch.
Summary: Rachel Singer (Jessica Chastain) lands in East Berlin to meet fellow agents David Peretz (Sam Worthington) and Stefan Gold (Marton Csokas). Their mission is to detain Nazi war criminal Dieter Vogel (Jesper Christensen). He escapes and the three made a pact to keep it a secret that their mission failed. The characters were not revealed in detail so the plot tends to be confusing in the beginning.