Overall Rank: 23445
Average Rating: 1.9/4
# of Ratings: 20
Theatrical Release Date: 10/28/2011
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/31/2012
Genre: Crime, Drama
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Michael Brandt
Actors: Odette Annable, Stephen Moyer, Topher Grace, Richard Gere, Stana Katic, Martin Sheen
Plot: A young FBI agent must work together with a retired CIA operative in order to solve the murder of senator with all leads pointing to a dangerous Soviet assassin. -- Chris Kavan
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 04/18/2012
In 1988, a group people were murdered. Paul (Gere) and Ben (Grace) tries to resolve a case involving a Russian operative. The identity of Cassius was obvious from the beginning. Manner of resolving was clever and soundtrack was thrilling. Car chase was exciting, fight scenes enticing and the final scenes were the best, if it only had more mystery to Gere’s character instead of placing too much clues. Grace was uninteresting and it was iffy seeing Richard Gere in this type of role, which was a rarity. The Double was somewhat entertaining though it lacks a certain punch for its genre.
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ikkegoemikke - wrote on 11/25/2016
Ouch, what a setback.
I thought a film with Richard Gere as a retired secret agent might well be interesting. The first half hour it was. When I saw Topher Grace, I didn't recognize him immediately. And then it hit me. He used to play in "That '70s Show". At that time he already looked sluggish and dull. In this movie it also seemed as if he would fall asleep any time. This part totally didn't suit him.
The plot being revealed so early is something new. But then it all crumbles down and at the end you get a totally unexpected twist. The only thing is, it's totally unbelievable. The heroic fight at the end between Richard Gere and Tamer Hassan was kind of entertaining, but when suddenly Gere crawls along Grace and almost immediately passes away, I was like, "Yep, come on". What a …
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