Internal Affairs Reviews

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Top Critic
March 29, 2009
Gere is hypnotic, writer Henry Bean's construction is entertainingly intricate, and director Mike Figgis knows how to turn on a subtle, authentic erotic heat.
April 9, 2008
Figgis never lets the pace slow long enough to expose the story's thinness despite, in retrospect, a moderate amount of action.
April 9, 2008
A lurid, lightweight throw-together of cheap psycho-thrills which tries to dress itself up as something more substantial.
April 9, 2008
The conflict between Gere and Garcia is what carries the movie; deep beneath the macho brutality there's an almost homoerotic tint to their relationship. It makes for compelling stuff.
April 9, 2008
Yet another goofy credit in Gere's already overloaded resume of embarrassment -- although some may consider this one of those movies that's so silly it's good.
April 9, 2008
Internal Affairs delivers what it promises, and perhaps a little more. There's less action but more menace, and the pulse quickens as the plot drives relentlessly toward a conclusion that, in retrospect, can be seen as inevitable.
Top Critic
June 24, 2006
Dark, dangerous and disturbing.
June 12, 2005
March 24, 2005
March 11, 2005
A tense, memorable motion picture...Gere is at the top of his game
November 19, 2004
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March 26, 2004
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May 20, 2003
Internal Affairs is, for the dim movie season that is traditionally January, an unusually bright light.
December 17, 2002
November 7, 2002
A very, very good thriller.
September 26, 2002
Internal Affairs is all stylish visuals and no substance whatsoever. That may be an attempt to hide the silliness of Henry Bean's first-time screenplay, but it doesn't work.
July 31, 2002
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