Sleuth Reviews

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August 12, 2002
A two-man play that displays the terrific talents of Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine
February 13, 2002
Joseph Mankiewicz directs this deft satire on the detective genre of literature that is both a metaphysical thriller and a psychological cliff-hanger.
January 1, 2000
With the exception of a brief showing by British thespian Alec Cawthorne, the only actors on screen are Olivier and Caine. Both are so good that there's not a moment when we wish for someone else to interrupt their duel.
January 1, 2000
For two great actors like Olivier and Caine, it's a chance to show off their acting talents, and fascinate people with dialogue, not action.
January 1, 2000
Sleuth is a great example of how you can take the barest of essentials -- two great actors, one great script, one great set -- and make magic happen.
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