The Devil's Advocate

1997

Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

345
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 66%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 291633

Synopsis


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Cast

Keanu Reeves as Kevin Lomax
Charlize Theron as Mary Ann Lomax
Al Pacino as John Milton
Connie Nielsen as Christabella Andreoli
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2hr 24 min
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2hr 24 min
P/S 9 / 50

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Smoreni Zmaj 10 / 10

One of my all time favorites

In my opinion,this is one of the best movies of all time. I'm shocked that it has no Oscar nominations. Pacino definitely deserves one for almost every movie he was in. But it won Saturn award for the best horror... really?! Horror?! In which universe is this movie a horror?! It's drama, it may pass for thriller or mystery, but to say it's horror is complete nonsense. I suppose everyone saw this movie, but to those who saw it just once I recommend watching it again, because this movie is full of ingenious lines that in first watching mostly pass unnoticed, because without knowing how movie ends they seem casual and irrelevant, and they're not. In spite of the fact that the main role is entrusted to Keanu Reeves, the story and other actors are so strong that the film is a pure

10/10

Reviewed by amheretojudge 5 / 10

go on..

The Devil's Advocate

Setting up the plot and characters for more than an hour is too much especially if there isn't any thread to hold on to for the audience after which the movie paces up for its surprising final act but till then it is hard to come back.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10

God can create God, and the imitation will be perfect despite having no power

Non-need to be interested, in the need to analyse, is need to be interested in the redundancy of analysis.

Necessary interest is boring redundancy. The redundancy of analysis is the necessity of freedom.

Boring redundancy is boring boredom. The necessity of freedom is boring oppression.

Boring oppression is boring boredom. Boring boredom that's boring boredom is insincere boredom that's insincere boredom. Insincere boredom is sincere excitement.

Sincere excitement of sincere excitement is the illusion of excitement that's self-created - true boredom that's free.

Free true boredom is free free boredom

Free free is the experience of freedom.

The experience of freedom is the freedom of experience.

The freedom of experience is the limitlessness of experience - the experience of limitlessness.

An experience of limitlessness that's boring is an experience of limit that's exciting.

The experience of limit is the illusion of limit - insincere limit

An insincere limit is a limited insincerity. A limited insincerity is an oppressed deception - a weak deception.

A weak deception is a deceptive deception - a deceptive deception is a betrayal of betrayal.

A betrayal is not origin. Betrayal is reaction.

A reaction to betrayal that's exciting is a non-reaction to origin that's exciting.

A non-reaction to origin is a non-reaction to God.

A non-reaction is not not. Not not is deceptive.

Non-reaction is meant to be nothing. Intended nothing is deceptive intent.

The deception of deceptive intent is a betrayal of deceptive intent.

A betrayal of deceptive intent is a betrayal of the illusion of deception.

The deception of a false illusion is the deception of an intended illusion - the intent of a false illusion.

The intent of a false illusion is the mission of a lie that's a lie. A lie that's a lie is a lie that behaves.

A lie that behaves is a lie that's alive.

A lie that's alive is a truth of no life.

Life isn't real, but the illusion has the ability to be a mission.

God can create a lie, and then God can intend for the lie to live an identical existence to God despite the lie having none of God's power

God can create God, and the imitation can be 100% identical despite having no power

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