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  • 5 stars Totally entertaining, kept you guessing. Definitely worth seeing
  • 4 stars Well made. Worth seeing especially for fans of the 'Casablanca" type films of back in the day. Actress Marion Cotillard steals the show as an updated version of Marlene Dietrich. Brad Pitt generously lets her steal it in an underplayed costar role. Slow first half of the movie builds nicely with more and more intrigue until the final showdown at (guess where ?) yes the airport. Question: why do antique cars used in period films always appear immaculate....even in a dusty desert. Go figure.
  • 5 stars Beautiful love story but not a chick flick. I highly recommend this movie.
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  • 5 stars Enjoyed this movie. The time period covered was exceptionally depicted. Found it to begin slow and then the story line took on a life of its own. The two lead actors performance was impressive. Not a huge Brad Pitt fan but thoroughly enjoyed him in this role
  • 4 stars Good, and a plot that I could actually follow instead of a dozen different directions and dead ends. Very good period costumes, scenery, period weapons, cars etal are a visual treat. Never cared for Brad Pitt, but he is an excellent actor and finally a masculine image unlike the Cruise guy who does impossibly stupid feats which ruin realism. It flowed, had a good story, acting,and my wife and I enjoyed it.
  • 3 stars Not as fast paced as the trailers. First 40 minutes seemed painfully slow and there was little suspense. When you get to crux of story then there is some tension and envolvement. Much of the movie was shot in low natural light which have contributed the slow feel. It is an old fashioned movie.. We went to cheap early show. Not worth paying top dollar.
  • 2 stars Was expecting more action, surprisingly dull except for the opening 1/2 hour. There were too many 'no ways' in this movie to take it seriously. The acting was okay but not exceptional. Wait for the DVD.
  • 4 stars Good movie! My husband was reluctant to see this thinking it was just a love story/chick flick. When we left the theatre he looked at me and said "well I was wrong". We both really enjoyed this. I'll leave it to that, as it is hard to discuss the movie without giving too much away.
  • 2 stars While this film had potential for greatness it fell short in several areas including historical accuracy. The costumes were superb as was the art direction and cinematography. The lovemaking in the car during a sandstorm was particularly well done. The acting perfurmanced by Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard were adequate for a only passable script. Both could have done better had the writers and director Robert Zemekis tried harder. The other were the boo boos. If you believed the film, females in the military could openly be exhibitionist lesbians in the 1940s. Hardly! They would have been kicked out of the service as degenerates and security risks and possibly jailed. Also senior officers and ranks weren't in the habit of snorting lines of cocaine at the house parties of other officers. I saw the movie on a cheap Tuesday night so it wasn't a complete waste of time and money. But if you prefer to watch serious Oscar contenders this time of year, wait until next April and rent it for a couple of bucks.

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Genre:  Drama , Romance , Thriller | Running Time:  121 min.
In theatres:  November 23, 2016 | On DVD/VOD:  February 21, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 4.00
based on 78 votes and 29 reviews
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Cast: Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard, Matthew Goode, Lizzy Caplan, Raffey Cassidy, Jared Harris, Simon McBurney