Reviewed Jul 05, 2012
Alexson Philipiah’s review:
A very "magnificent" film. There isn't much depth to it's characters yet the film manages to intrigue the audience from the start to the end due to the story, the costumes, set designs, and performances; mainly from Norton and Giamatti. The ending is not that good though, as it spoon feeds the audience everything when it could have done something else to keep the audience guessing even after the end of the film and it has Giamatti smiling and quietly cheering...which is quite strange as an innocent man was just killed. None the less, it's a really good movie.