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Current Rating: 3.73

Current Rating: 3.73

based on 252 votes and 19 reviews

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  • 3 stars I was first shocked how much I enjoyed this movie -the simple look of it was great. Secondly, who knew Ben Affleck could act. He does a great job in this well-done movie.
  • average movie. Found it uninteresting at times.
  • Hurry up to NOT see this movie (?).
  • Good flick, particularly if you watched the Superman series as a kid. Slow moving, but persistent as was the investigation by Adian Body`s character. A very accurate portrayal of the narcissistic movie business and LA police corruption in the 40s/50s. Perhaps that`s what the movie was really all about. The backstory of the character evolution of the private eye was the most interesting and effective part of the movie. An Oscar to Brody.
  • Adrien Brody was much better than Ben Affleck
  • very slow, borr ring, I almost fell asleep twice, unfortunatly my wife woke me up both times, can`t recommend it to anyone unless their tired
  • Like most movies this day and age, it was too long. Good performances but as far as more insight into George Reeves` life, the audience is not further ahead. Wait for DVD. Nice to see Ben in a decent role again.
  • Not much! I thought it contained poor acting in many cases, was very slow in some sections, the language used was crude & unecessary and the character development was poor. Over all it was a piece of junk!
  • Great film - the three main stars were all fantastic in their roles.
  • awsome movie... that`s all i can say!


Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  126 min.
Release date:  September 8, 2006 | On DVD/VOD:  February 6, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 3.73
based on 252 votes and 19 reviews
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Cast: Adrien Brody, Diane Lane, Ben Affleck, Bob Hoskins, Robin Tunney, Joe Spano, Molly Parker, Dash Mihok, Steve Adams, Ted Atherton, Caroline Dhavernas, Shae Norris