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Sorry folks, I just didn't like this film.
It plays as a straightforward story of a hunt for the revolutionary leader with a subplot of the chief detective's growing love for his daughter's dance teacher.
Note references to Kant, most famous for his "Critique of Pure Reason." No, this film is no art house puzzle.
Brilliant and gripping movie, love, family and always politics!Published 27 days ago by MARILYN G. DERIGHT
Actually saying I loved it (5-stars) is overstating my opinion. But compared to most other movies in the thriller genre, I considered this to be well done and suspenseful. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Electric Eclectic
The brilliant use of one of the greatest jazz performances ever — "Who Knows Where The Time Goes" (nina simone) — is perhaps a perfect textbook case study for soundtrack... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Zahadum
This magnificent film, starring the Spanish actor Javier Bardem, is simply an unexpectedly enchanting odyssey in cinema — despite the ever looming threat of violence in the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dr. Miguel Faria
I love Javier Bardem. Eventhough it was mostly in English, I still enjoyed it. This is all I want to say at this moment.Published 14 months ago by Maria Llera
In 2002 we are at the turning point of out understanding of what violence used for political objectives is: not revolution at all of any type, just plainly terrorism. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jacques COULARDEAU
Tragic that such films can't be hits. This is what film making is about. Bardem is, well, all we've come to expect from Bardem. Strong characters, somewhat surprising finish. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Burton J. Brown