Drama • PG-13 • 2007 • 1 hr 50 min
Chris Cooper is excellent in a political thriller that never quite reaches his level.
Great thriller drama movie, great performances and story. Worth watching
Kind of fascinating if you're into seeing how this kind of massive security breach can happen. Can't trust anybody, man.
Very, very generic espionage political thriller with a cast that is wasted on the material
Good movie, lots of moving parts, wasn't my favorite by a long shot. Worth a watch.
Caught between a villains character study, a coming-of-age, and a spy movie, this film delivers a few tense moments, but mostly flat beats
Creates suspense out of nothing, incredible and unique film.
An FBI thriller actually based on a true story
Not sure what rock I was living under to know nothing about this true story.
Ryan Phillippe is unfortunately the weakest part of this movie
The true story of fraudulent Washington, D.C. journalist Stephen Glass, who rose to meteoric heights as a young writer in his 20s, becoming a staff writer at The New Republic for three years. Looking for a short cut to fame, Glass concocted sources, quotes and even entire stories, but his deception did not go unnoticed forever, and eventually, his world came crumbling down.
The true story of British intelligence whistleblower Katharine Gun who—prior to the 2003 Iraq invasion—leaked a top-secret NSA memo exposing a joint US-UK illegal spying operation against members of the UN Security Council. The memo proposed blackmailing member states into voting for war.
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A juror on the inside and a woman on the outside manipulate a court trial involving a major gun manufacturer.
Meet Jack Foley, a smooth criminal who bends the law and is determined to make one last heist. Karen Sisco is a federal marshal who chooses all the right moves … and all the wrong guys. Now they're willing to risk it all to find out if there's more between them than just the law.
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