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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (38)
| Top Critics (9)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (25)
| DVD (3)
Fortunately for us (and for Pakula), Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt are bona fide movie stars: their charisma is a considerable compensation.
While this film runs almost two hours, it seems longer because of the pacing.
Though Hour 2's heavy emphasis on physical and emotional confrontations stimulates dramatic momentum, this respectable superstar meeting is finally, of all things, ordinary.
An engrossing but disappointing big-budget political suspense film, that never becomes exceptional.
The good news is, The Devil's Own doesn't live down to its reputation.
Presents itself as being about Something Important, whereas in fact it is really about nothing very much at all.
Finally just another schoolmarmish prestige piece touting America's moral superiority
What's left is a lot of moral grappling, not all of which has one iota of relevance to the plot.
A cobbled-together mess of conflicting tones.
The line 'This is not an American story, it's an Irish one' means nothing ... it is a story as American as McNuggets -- all extra-crispy coating and no real meat underneath.
Messy, but still strangely appealing
Unjustly dismissed and really quite watchable, despite Brad Pitt's silly Irish accent.
They came from different worlds. They fought for different causes.
This has GOT to be the worst movie ever for both Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt. I found myself wondering throughout, "What is this movie even about?"
terrorists kidnapped Harrisons family again! part4584
Awful. At first I thought the story sounded real good at it got off to a great start but it just didn't follow through and bored the pants off of me. I got interested in something else and couldn't follow the story. Ford seemed to do a pretty good job but Pitt was annoying and dull. He just sounded stupid and fake.
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