Body of Lies
Action • R • 2008 • 2 hr 8 min
It is worth watching even if it's definitely not one of the best films with Di Caprio.
You never know who to trust in this movie.
Very interesting turns, but a bit too long as I see it
Not that great. A lot of slow boring parts.
Boy where there lies, and a body of them to be exact. Leo stars in an action movie about terrorism with an entertaining plot. GOOD MOVIE.
I feel as if there is a really good movie wrapped up somewhere in here. The action scenes were pretty bad but DiCaprio warmed up on me.
Pretty decent throwback with good story and action.
Not one of Di Caprio’s finest movies, but still an interesting watch. Would recommend if you’re fan of action based films.
Leo’s acting is as amazing as usual. The story is compelling enough to make for a good watch.
Overly complicated with less punch than I expected.
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