Reviewed Mar 18, 2012
Leighton Trent’s review:
The problem with this movie is that you cannot find one. The script is great, the direction perfect, the acting powerful at times, somber at others, and chuckle-worthy when it seems like it wouldn't work at all. The thing is, why am I not more compelled by it? (It's reservist/minimalist filmmaking at its best.) The one thing I did love was Michael Sheen playing Tony Blair. He's what made the watch enjoyable and not just a purely aesthetic experience.