Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
A first-rate thriller about arrogance at the top. Read full review
Eastwood is at his effortless, slyboots best and the film is as preposterous as it is delightful. Read full review
A tight, taut thriller with a twist. Read full review
A fairly routine thriller that gets high marks as a result of tight pacing and top-notch acting. Read full review
Eastwood is perfect as the bad guy (a thief) you root for. Read full review
The content is eminently forgettable but the thing has definitely got style. Read full review
A film that is entertaining but not seriously absorbing. Read full review
An old man's movie, filled with regret over things lost, corrupted and spoiled. Read full review
Glum and depersonalized, as if Eastwood couldn't muster the energy to guide us through this maze of improbable twists. [14 Feb 1997, p. 39] Read full review
Eastwood gutsily stages the extended opening slowly and methodically... [But u]nintentional yuks litter an otherwise somber political thriller adapted from David Baldacci's novel. Read full review
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