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Dec 9, 20103Reposting, without the score of "10".
Potential viewers might be interested in Judith Miller's review "The Plame Affair, Hollywood Style" in the Wall Street Journal. (Don't diss it before you read it..) She is a journalist who was close to the subject, so close that she was "...the only person to have gone to jail in what became known as Plamegate." She cites multiple inaccuracies and untruths. Way to go Sean Penn. Her closing line is worth noting: "Asked about the film's accuracy by the Washington Post, Mr. Wilson gave this review: 'For people who have short memories or don't read, this is the only way they will remember the period.'" To which she says "Precisely." In other words, this is fiction, not factual.… Collapse
Nov 21, 20100I am saddened by what passes for movies these days. Completely unengaging in all aspects. Nothing but a cluster of "scenes" that are thrown together with hand held, close-up camera work, which is used by directors that don't know how to make movies. Utilizes the dreaded TV Drama "formula" most of the time. If I see one more scene that has three people walking down a hallway like they are "on a mission", spewing all important information one after the other, in place of actually developing a story and characters............... I will puke.
This movie, like most of the crap coming out these days, is an utter mess.… Expand
Dec 9, 20101This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. When the liberal Washington post says the film is inaccurate, that must count for something: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/12/03/AR2010120306298.html
Remember this if nothing else, Richard Armitage at the State Department is the one that revealed Valerie Plame, not anyone from the white house.… Expand