Engaging and thoughtful, the movie asks a lot from its viewers but ultimately pays off on an interesting concept.
A real spy tale, with real characters, and a real anti-climatic ending.
Brilliant performance from Hoffman. A slow, but intriguing crime drama.
Thought provoking and bittersweet look at the realities of government task forces and international relations.
Great themes and Hoffman’s acting is, as always, incredible. But it’s also slow and complicated.
Slow & methodic, but engaging to the end.
Good performances can’t save the slow boring pace
Solid with great acting. Keeps you on the edge of your seat. I'd say it's a mix between the Bourne movies and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.
Great understated espionage stuff. Not for the action/gadget fans, but stacked with good writing and interesting, nuanced complexities.
Excellent spy film. One of the last films PSH starred in, and he totally brings it.
Hoffman’s final film certainly showcases his ability, however the story fails to keep you continuously engaged
Political intrigue should keep you on the edge of your seat. This is not nearly that compelling, but the ending has stuck with me for years.
Lovely and sad and everything you could possibly want from LeCarre adaptation. Completely nails down his aesthetic and uses it masterfully
Poor writing and a disengaging plot. I’d steer clear
It was really boring
Good movie, such a great actors
A bloodless spy thriller.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman is so missed.