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The Perfect Fit: A conversation with Pierce Brosnan and Geoffrey Rush
Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English, Turkish, Polish, Danish, Czech, Swedish, Hungarian, Finnish, Icelandic, Greek, Hindi, Norwegian, Hebrew, Arabic, Dutch, Bulgarian, Croatian
Widescreen 2.35:1 aspect ratio
As Andy observes, Panama is "Casablanca without heroes", and that's precisely how Boorman depicts it: a melting pot of greed, ambition, and backroom manoeuvring, where Andy can bed an embassy official (Catherine McCormack) while squeezing information from Harry, who concocts a phony "silent opposition" that puts British and American forces on full alert. Harry's wife (Jamie Lee Curtis) is pulled into the scenario by Andy's ruthless scheming, and The Tailor of Panama reveals how a simple fabrication can provoke trigger-happy forces around the globe. Part comedy and part political horror thriller--with a tragic supporting role for Brendan Gleason, from Boorman's The General--this is old-fashioned spy stuff made new by leCarré's inventive plotting and keen ear for the dialogue of rogues. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
Well up to the standard of the auther.
And acting excellent.
Don't want write anymore words. Surely the number is my choice!
Disappointed with this movie. Story is a rehash of "Our Man in Havana" and if you have seen that you will find this rather annoying. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Exiled warrior
Pierce Brosnan in another of his nasty roles (like in the Fourth Protocol). A good yarn of corruption and blackmail in South America. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. W. F. Russell
Just did not like it, crude, offensive, not funny, the story was non existent. Really it was a total waste of time.Published 10 months ago by johnboy
In spite of the wonderful Geoffrey Rush, this film is a disaster. It doesn't know what it is -- comedy (think Our Man in Havana) or cold-world thriller. Read morePublished 15 months ago by P. DENING