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Current Rating: 3.61

Current Rating: 3.61

based on 309 votes and 11 reviews

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  • Very good movie. I think Cain`s character could have been better developed to show motivation for his crimes. Enjoyed it very much.
  • Mindboggling! I`ve watched it twice & pick up more details & links with each viewing. As a christian I am profoundly saddened by each story I see/read/hear concerning the mistreatment of Jews during WWII. I was blessed with loving orthodox friends who lost both sets of parents during the holocost. They tried to shield me from the horror of the holocost. I will never comprehend such evil.
  • Excellent. An incredible piece of art. Michael Caine is a great actor
  • Average. It`s the excellent performance of Caine that elevates this movie from being overly boring and forgetful.
  • Solid !
  • Very good movie, should have seen more of the judge though :)
  • Not a bad movie, a little repetive with very little in the way of sub plot or character development. Had the potential to be more.
  • Boring. They failed to bring out the most important parts in the plot, i lost interest in the first half hour.
  • In regards to the comment of blasting the Catholic church, go read your history books, you`ll need a warehouse to hold them all! If that what was going on, how can it be blasting anything?! The movie is worthy to be seen and better than lots I`ve been subjected to.
  • I think it was a waste of time , A very pour script , I think that may be why it`s at limited theatres. There was far to much bashing of Catholic Church for it to be taken seriously. It had potencial but must of had a low budjet.

The Statement

Genre:  Horror, Thriller
Running Time:  120 min.
Release Date: December 12, 2003
DVD: April 27, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 3.61
based on 309 votes and 11 reviews
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Cast: Michael Caine, Tilda Swinton, Jeremy Northam, Alan Bates, Charlotte Rampling, John Neville, Ciarán Hinds, Frank Finlay, William Hutt, Matt Craven, Noam Jenkins