The Debt Movie Stories have more temptations of crisis in past lives are proven to have more of the courage to have the fans back on the seats. Rightly so one of the fine movie directors around John Madden is making his way about the right time to bring a story of past to alive with the movie The Debt Movie (2010) and it was proven to be one of the most interesting movie expectations for many. Good true drama and thriller comes on with it and lively made for all.
So as many of the movies in past it does have a clear lead of mind setting from the start. Most of film makers are getting them self into the driving seat of the movie when the movie shows off more comparisons with to day and past. It was where many of them used some things like unforgettable memories and making them to remind with current life challenges. Here in this movie too one of the individuals in the movie have to go back to place where here past of making her remind more thriller and crime situations she past with when she was quite so young and now she has to face the ugly truth ones again. It was so wisely done and what act of The Debt movie. What a fine movie concept this has been for all and lovely to see how the cast been adopting well for the perfect grid lines shown by the director. It was quite a wonderful where they have been able to compress more of the live achieving task.
The tale was go deep into 1965 and where Rachel Singer is back with one of her darkest past mission. This character was play by Helen Mirren and she was actress come along with some out standing performance over the years. In this movie too she was teaming up with two of the other agents who are Sam Worthington and Marton Csokas come with wonderful acting. The tale comes along with Israeli Mossad agents who been send back to find the truth behind the Surgeon of Birkenau whom they have captures as a Nazi criminal. What a fine movie explore this has been for every one and counting most of their likes on with it.
Over roll this has been wonderful movie concept and such a fine movie making comes with it. Such a drama it has been opens up a good adventure at the middle part of the movie and even though most of its hidden facts been reveals among the time it end up with good heat. The Debt plot of three of the agents goes ensure most comprising look of the tale and some what passionate past of these three were taken the fans into next level of movie experiencing.
Least use of adventure at the start of The Debt movie and which have been a good thing by the movie director and prompt more of the endurance for the later part of the movie to be raised. Ciarán Hinds, Tom Wilkinson, Jessica Chastain, Jesper Christensen, Romi Aboulafia joins in the movie too.
29 December 2010 is the scheduled released date for this fine The Debt movie.
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|Movie: Duplicity * Trailer *||In Theaters: March 20, 2009|
|Runtime: 125 minutes||Directed by: Tony Gilroy|
|MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language and some sexual content||Gecko Rating:|
I’ve been excited to see “Duplicity” since I first heard about it. Not only does it pair Julia Roberts and Clive Owen in a movie with lots of snappy banter and intrigue (they did “Closer” together in 2004), but it also teams them with Tony Gilroy.
Gilroy earned a place in my heart with films like “Michael Clayton,” which he wrote and directed, and the “Bourne” movies, for which he wrote the screenplay. He also wrote the screenplay for “State of Play,” the upcoming crime thriller starring Russell Crowe and Ben Affleck.
The trio of Roberts, Owen and Gilroy works, for the most part, and Gilroy wisely plays up the stars’ snappy banter and cat-and-mouse chemistry.
“Duplicity” is all about corporate intrigue, spies and secrets, but it’s more light-hearted than you might think at first glance. Instead of missiles and terrorists, we’re dealing with something more benign, along the lines of body lotion, hair gel and pizza crust.
The story begins with the heads of two companies, played by the great Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti, on an airport tarmac surrounded by their respective staff and entourage. The scene plays in slow-motion, as the two corporate giants fly at each other and eventually end up rolling around on the ground like schoolboys. It sets the scene for the rest of the movie, which while filled with intrigue and a twisty-turny plot, always has a comic air to it.
Clive Owen plays Ray Koval, an ex-MI6 agent who butts heads with an ex-CIA agent named Claire Stenwick (Julia Roberts, with a more world-weary look than in previous films). The two former spies have joined the private sector, working in security for the research and development departments of the companies helmed by Wilkinson and Giamatti. There’s a secret new product being developed by one or the other, and we don’t get to know what it is until later in the film. But it doesn’t much matter, because the product is secondary to the goings on of Koval and Stenwick.
Their history goes back five years and has played across the globe in Dubai, Rome and Cleveland. You have to keep an eye on the screen and read the subtitles telling us just where we are in the couples’ timeline. It’s all about who’s double-crossing whom and when and where, and the film ends differently than you might expect it to end.
While overly long and a little plodding, this movie is worth a look if you’re a fan of the main players or Gilroy or romantic spy movies, in general. For me, it wavered too much between being a romantic spy movie and a dark mystery-thriller such as “Michael Claytons.” I wish it would have been one or the other.
Note to Parents: Rated PG-13, this movie is fine for kids 13 and older. However, the story is complex and twisty, and teens not into this type of genre might lose interest. Sexual content includes lots of innuendoes and sexual banter, as well as several scenes of the main characters in bed together. Language includes “sh*t,” “a**hole” and “swinging d**k.”
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I’m giddy over the thought of this movie. Julia Roberts is back on the screen – and in a spy thriller with Clive Owen, no less! The film is “Duplicity,” scheduled to hit theaters March 20, 2009. Check out my preview and movie stills here, and watch the trailer below. Are you as (overly) excited about this movie as I am?
Robbing or stealing is that sounds good to you for a movie. But in modern arena of film making it get mean a difference. They take it out as a super cool life fashion and today they are screened them as super heroes.
Of course day to day life we get cheated or cheat any with simple manner. But hire in the movie Duplicity (2009) it is about the two person’s one perfect brain master and beautiful stealer meeting at a hotel to stole a valuable product.
They come out with a impressive plan. To be on the separate parties of the two companies who are desperate to get this product and by that getting the source of information they can grab to steel it first. First you reach first you leave it is the method they put on.
Though it based on the steal in many occasion director tries to highlight the interaction between these two and make them fallen love with. Two grate thief can they trust each other. It is the fact we have to play with until the very end.
The passion is their for the adults for sure when Julia around. The story and the game between couple was hilarious and dashing I think. As many technologies not been involved to disturb but the brain traps were mostly included for interest for many. Duplicity (2009) directed by Tony Gilroy. Don’t ever trust on some one you meet around on a team of steal.