The Manchurian Candidate (2004) User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.14

Current Rating: 4.14

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  • the first hour or so was disappointing-Washington`s character was just too spaced out. But, stick around for the last 40 minutes. I really enjoyed the suspence and twists at that point. I hope Streep gets the Oscar-she was AMAZING. Scary to know that this mind control technology already exists.
  • pure propaganda. its so bad. watch the original, its so much better
  • One of the more entertaining movies of the year. Streep and Washington are great. A very good time at the movies.
  • THIS MOVIE WAS THE BEST THRILLER/THINKER MOVIE...I LIKED TO WATCHED IT AT FIRST I THOUGH I WAS GONNA BE BORING BUT IT REALLY GOT SUSPENCE FILL I LOVED DENZEL HE WAS A GR8 ACTOR SO WITH THE OTHER GUY BUT YEA L8AS PPLZ REDCROW
  • Predictable...slow..no suspense...watch it on DVD
  • Worst movie ever... Hated it. Honestly it was dreadfull.
  • This movie was amazing! Great actors, plot, the whole 9 yards. A must-see!!!
  • Great movie… Except for the weird mother who was obvious infatuated with her son which I found totally repulsive and extremely inappropriate. Like.. Awkward. Other than that, Denzel is the BOMB. And it was a cool movie that makes you further believe government conspiracies.
  • Liev Schreiber was great! Denzel was forgetable! Streep is weak. Movie was overall a disapointment.
  • This film was too long and boring. If the US government (political elite) were really well organized as the film would lead you to believe, then 9/11 would not have happened.

The Manchurian Candidate (2004)

Genre:  Thriller | Running Time:  130 min.
Release date:  July 30, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  December 21, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.14
based on 9252 votes and 52 reviews
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Cast: Denzel Washington, Meryl Streep, Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight, Kimberly Elise, Jeffrey Wright, Ted Levine, Anthony Mackie