The Good Shepherd


Action / Drama / History / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 54%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 51%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 91328


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Angelina Jolie as Margaret 'Clover' Russell
Eddie Redmayne as Edward Wilson Jr.
Matt Damon as Edward Wilson
Robert De Niro as Bill Sullivan
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23.976 fps
2hr 47 min
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23.976 fps
2hr 47 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thpapasotiriou 5 / 10

Kinda boring

Nice topic and interesting point of view, casting was amazing, which is the reason that I selected this movie, but I found the movie a bit boring. I think th pace was slow and not that much of suspense. I think director could have done better (sorry Robert). I recommend to watch this movie with low expectations a night that you get bored and have nothing better to do. Put it back in your list but do not exclude it at all. Only because of the topic and the casting worths a try.

Reviewed by Tom Willett (yonhope) 5 / 10

Very boring

This is a staring contest. Someone asks Matt Damon's character and he stares off into space. Too many changes of dates and a very confused story line. This movie is about something but exactly what eludes me.

The Whiffenpoofs are seen in some musical presentations but no good show of their talent is to be found here. The old cars look nice. Matt is supposed to age more than twenty years but that doesn't happen at all.

This is not an entertaining film in my opinion. Lots of people here did like it. The one very good scene I recommend watching is the parachute scene near the end. How did they do that? My guess is the stunt is what cost the $90 million.

Reviewed by Eric Douglas Statzer 10 / 10

"Friends can be enemies, and enemies friends"

Friend or foe, the O.S.S. will know. This is a brilliant depiction of the early days of the Central Intelligence Agency, through the eyes of a sinister and yet highly astute man, Edward Wilson played by the very intelligent Matt Damon. Damon's Harvard Ivy League education certainly didn't dampen his ability to play a Yale - Skull and Bones Society member recruited by an even more powerful agency in its inception.

This is not a film for the impatient or weak and it's not a film for anyone lacking the historical knowledge of the era. There's nothing funny about it, it's deep, multi-layered and complex. It's morally challenging and through the eyes of Wilson you'll find yourself living through a dark period of deceit and espionage, you may have to watch this one twice.

With an amalgamated A-list cast every performance is superb. There's a haunting feel to the film, an eerie and elusive plot that makes the viewer work hard to comprehend and appreciate it.

-Eric Statzer

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