The Informant!


Action / Biography / Comedy / Crime / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 57076


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Matt Damon as Mark Whitacre
Melanie Lynskey as Ginger Whitacre
Clancy Brown as Aubrey Daniel
Scott Bakula as FBI Special Agent Brian Shepard
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789.21 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 48 min
P/S 2 / 7
1.64 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 48 min
P/S 2 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Matt Greene 8 / 10

More Proof That Rich People are the Worst

Soderbergh walks the line between absurd hilarity & grounded sadness so well in this true story of a not-all-there whistleblower. Damon gives one of his greatest most underrated, performances. He's playing a man who desperately wants to speak & for people to hear him, even if what he's saying is untrue or uninteresting. The movie gets a bit unwieldy when the details are coming out, but it's still a quirky & wonderful example of how the human element can ruin even the best laid plans.

Reviewed by lennart-73652 6 / 10

Slow start with a fantastic ending!

Extremely slow and boring start to the movie. Kicks up in the end where Matt Damon also redeems himself as the main thing that keeps this movie up. How he acts as the plot unravels towards the end is very good, though my first thought of him was that he looked ridiculous and was poorly casted to carry his role. The movie in general is actually very simple to watch which also makes it a little boring at first. There are no side stories/plots and no other interesting characters to develop. All you have to do is to wait for the plot to develop and for Matt Damon to step up towards the end.

Reviewed by Mike Beranek 10 / 10

Blend of slapstick humor and mind-bending enigma

A lamentable story made a laughable one too in such a sweet way thanks to the great screenplay, cast, incidental music and the understated genius of Matt Damon. I've got some psychiatric training and see some former patients in this true-life character Whitacre, where normal diagnostic categories don't really apply. Anyway it's been rendered all so entertaining here. Damon has nailed it. The situation has been compared to The Insider (1999) with Russell Crowe, but it's a whole level more crooked, kind of double intrigue - two leveled - and a gift of a story in this actor's capable hands, allegedly praised by the real Whitacre for his "psychological intensity". The realism for me is in the way some kinds of madness can seem so bland and ordinary in a way. I find it hard to find any faults. It does take its time and the denouement is a slow reveal. It's less of a forensic account of corporate crime and more an extended very quirky funny study of a character no one not even himself may ever really understand.

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