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Despite its promising premise and superstar cast, Proof of Life is just a routine thriller that doesn't offer anything new.
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Neither Crowe, Ryan nor the topical subject keeps Proof of Life from feeling recycled. For all the up-to-the-minute research, the movie still gives off the musty scent of Hollywood contrivance.
I was interested all through the movie--interested, but not riveted.
For all its nail-biting fusillades, it fails to score a shot to the heart.
Proof of Life refers to a negotiator's demand for proof a hostage is still alive...you may start wondering the same thing about the movie.
Proof of Life is intelligent, but culturally biased and less than altogether compelling.
Well directed, superbly acted, full of conflicting emotions and has subtle psychological shifts in loyalties.
Good story, but too violent for kids.
The unconvincing Proof of Life is a missed opportunity.
Whatever sparks ignited off the set fail to register on film, in essence ruining Taylor Hackford's drama.
About as thrilling as the Kansas plains.
Crackles, sputters, and starts up finally in the last half of the movie.
Tragically for both Hackford and the punters, the best drama came when the cameras weren't rolling.
It is what it is. You really cant blame this movie on Russell Crowe or Meg Ryan, but the atrocious screen writer and the studio that allowed this to be made.
Well, first of all, "Proof of Life" is somewhat of a insignificant movie. Of course the subject of the film is important but there are too many negative aspects.
Script-wise the movie is very weak. There's no suspense, no emotion. If there was, then the actors didn't do their job. The characters are mainly quite unappealing.
"Proof of Life" is still worth seeing but will not last a second viewing. It's starts slowly but in the end it delivers some enjoyable moments.
A tense, stunning and pulse-pounding thriller that explodes with action, excitment, romance and suspense. A truly thrilling, gripping, nail-biting and breathtaking adventure. Heart-wrenching and adreniline-pumping. Powerhouse performances. Russell Crowe is magnificent. David Morse is outstanding. David Caruso is excellent.
Proof of Life stars the very good Meg Ryan and Russell Crowe.
Meg Ryans husband gets kidnapped while being in a foreign country. In order to save him and negotiater (Crowe) assists with the difficult situation. During this time they spend a lot of time with one another and start to develope feelings.
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