Spy Game Reviews
Brad and Bob were good together.
Brad Pitt and Robert Redford make one heck of a great team in this movie that features enough twists and turns like any good spy film should and has plenty of tension that is fast paced and gets your blood pumping.
"Spy Game " is highly charged, brilliantly paced, well plotted and exceptionally acted especially on Robert Redford's part. It's got game and it's got the hyper kinetic style of most Tony Scott films but what they lack this one has all the right parts. It has the deep rooted effect of making you believe that what your seeing is a true to life story and it plays out so well that by the time the story begins your in it till the end.
Robert Redford proves that even though he is old he's still got what it takes to smoke the younger generation Redford gives Pitt the one up and completely and utterly overshadows him in this film. Brad Pitt is not as good as Redford and is at sometimes just there so Redford can talk to someone, but there are some scenes in the film where Pitt does shine and is equal to Redford. The rest of the cast display amazing talent and skill in there parts and do great to back up there two leads.
Tony Scott's "Spy Game" may be too complex for some but for others it's a blast to watch the espionage genre get back it's old feel and style. It's got the right stuff to make it believable and the right moves to play the game. Now there's only one question left, will you be there to watch it all go down?