Face/Off

1997

Action / Crime / Sci-Fi / Thriller

188
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 83%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 310649

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Nicolas Cage as Castor Troy / Sean Archer
John Travolta as Sean Archer / Castor Troy
Thomas Jane as Burke Hicks
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2hr 18 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by meghnasri-97601 10 / 10

One of the greatest action movies ever made

John woo directs a film called face/off which star the academy award winner Nicolas Cage as a villain and John travolta as an FBI agent. The performances on the movie were great and the action in the movie was so awesome. The scences were awesome and this is John woo and Nicolas Cage best movie. This movie by far is the best action movie of the summer and it is a masterpiece. The critics and the audience will like it. I love this movie and it's my favourite action movie of 1997

Reviewed by amheretojudge 6 / 10

so why don't we trade back..

Face/Off

The concept will take its time to let it sink in but before you do, you find yourself already enjoying these characters of John Woo which offers kick back to the movie and bursts it out of the door.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 8 / 10

Very moral story, which is about the need to condemn the sadism of enjoying the presence of peace

An action that isn't referenced, at a later point is the lack of an action that is referenced at a later point. A lack of an action is neither an action or an emptiness - the lack of an action is the possession of no action.

At a later point, the possession of no action is something that's being made known. A later point is the future. The future is a detachment - a detachment is the possession of no action that's made known.

A reference is a detachment. A detachment is the possession of no action that's a detachment - a detachment is the detachment of the possession of no action.

A detachment is a loss. A loss is the loss of the possession of no action. A possession of no action is the loss of action. A loss is the loss of the loss of action.

A loss of action is a gain of no action. A gain of no action is a gain of no violence. A loss is a loss of the gain of no violence - a loss is a loss of the gain of peace.

A loss of the gain of peace is a gain of the loss of violence - a gain of the loss of violence is a gain of the gain of peace.

A loss is a gain of the gain of peace - a gain is the loss of the loss of violence.

Losing violence isn't enough; actual balance is when the force that removes violence is also subjected to scrutiny.

Removing violence is important. However, what's just as important is to not indulge in the satisfaction of losing violence

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