• fulci420

    Added by fulci420

    Exquisitely shot but just so forgettable and blah for a thriller with an intriguing enough premise. Clive Owen is just doing his intense thing he's done in many better films, he was kind of annoying me with how serious he is all the time, calm down bro! Naomi Watts is given an incredibly inconsequential character when all is said and done and for me it was a rare lackluster performance from an actress I consistently like.

    Tom Twyker of "Run…

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  • tomwanted

    ★★★★★ Watched by tomwanted 07 Feb, 2016

    Ich kann es nicht abstreiten, einer meiner Lieblingsfilme.

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  • Owen Greenwell

    ★★★½ Watched by Owen Greenwell 24 Aug, 2009

    Great shootout, intelligent plotting and pacing.

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  • Ryan Narce

    ★★½ Watched by Ryan Narce 17 Jan, 2016

    It bears pointing out that, despite what the cover and myriad promotional posters might have you believe (SPOILER ALERT), Clive Owen never fires a machine pistol while in the company of Naomi Watts, and specifically never does so with her while in the Guggenheim.

    Acts like you should be invested in these characters and ideas without ever getting you there, and the leaden narrative threads are serviced by simply cutting from one euro-futurist NGO building to another, where people have…

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  • Keith Abt

    ★½ Added by Keith Abt

    Globe trotting cloak and dagger stuff with Clive Owen as an Interpol agent investigating a major European bank that dabbles in illegal arms deals and assassinations. A technically well made flick with lots of purty Euro scenery and one EPIC shootout scene set at the Guggenheim Museum in New York but otherwise this one's a bit on the dry side.

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  • James Earley

    ★★½ Watched by James Earley 12 Jan, 2016

    Undone by its anti-climactic final act.

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  • Eric Robert Wilkinson

    Watched by Eric Robert Wilkinson 11 Feb, 2009

    Tom Tykwer’s The International is a tense, fascinating global thriller and an absorbingly hypnotic tale of coporate greed, murder, corruption and the odyssey to expose the truth.

    Clive Owen stars as Louis Salinger, a British Interpol agent stationed in Lyons, France who, as the film opens, is knocked unconscious just after his partner is poisoned by a passer-by on a busy Berlin street. He is aided by a Manhattan district attorney named Eleanor Whitman (Naomi Watts), a loving wife and…

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  • Stephan

    ★★★ Watched by Stephan 31 Oct, 2015

    Von Tom Tykwer solide in Szene gesetzter und streckenweise auch spannenender Thriller mit einer guten Leistung von Clive Owen. Kann man sich gut anschauen.

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  • Dave Holmes

    ★★★½ Added by Dave Holmes

    Pros: incredible location filming, great cinematography, intriguing premise, Owen's always welcome, doesn't reach for Bourne-style shakycam silliness so the action is more grounded. Cons: too convoluted, too dour (like Bourne), main characters relatively dull, too many unnecessary characters come and go without great impression. Overall, well worth a look, esp the Guggenheim bit.

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  • Chris McMahon

    Watched by Chris McMahon 16 Sep, 2015

    Why you talk so much?

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  • Koen Romers

    ★★★ Watched by Koen Romers 08 Sep, 2015

    Visually intriguing, narratively flat.

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  • Dustpan

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Dustpan 10 Aug, 2015

    An underrated thriller where Clive Owen fights a bank. Well put together and highly enjoyable.

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