Allied

Allied

By Robert Zemeckis

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2016-11-23
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 2h 5min
  • Director: Robert Zemeckis
  • Production Company: Paramount Pictures
  • Production Country: United Kingdom, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 6.99
6.6/10
6.6
From 1,425 Ratings

Description

From the director of Forrest Gump and Cast Away comes the year’s most seductive thriller. When Intelligence Officer Max Vatan (Academy Award® nominee Brad Pitt) learns his wife (Academy Award® winner Marion Cotillard) may be conspiring with the enemy, he has only 72 hours to prove her innocence and save his family before he must do the unthinkable.

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Reviews

  • Why?

    1
    By Andrew A1
    Why does Brad Pitt paint an unrepresentative picture of wartime allies? We had sadistic American killers in inglorious Basterds, American soldiers committing war crimes as the norm in the Fury and now cocaine snorting orgies in this awful film. Pitt loves to take the worst in British/American / Canadian personal and push it as the norm rather than the exception. Shame on you Pitt. Shame. Not as bad a Fury but close.
  • Loved it, and worth a watch

    5
    By RichardHui
    I liked the simplicity of the storyline, every element of the film was relevant to the period and fantastic continuity. Highly recommend watching this to anyone
  • Moving

    5
    By Dreayster
    Fantastic film!! I absolutely loved it and found it quite moving, definitely worth a watch
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By Jacob355
    Great great movie! Definitely the best I've seen this year so far!
  • Beautiful 😉

    5
    By Bailey1234
    I don't understand the bad reviews. I loved it! It was gripping from start to finish and Pitt was brilliant. Well worth a watch. Ok, I admit it, I had tears in my eyes at the end!!
  • Eau de Obvious

    2
    By revoxx
    Marion Cotillard is fantastic in this and a jewel to watch. However the script,although good on plot, smelt a tad sentimental and is predictable viewing. This is a problem with US big films: The omission of reality, history and period; underestimation of the audience And an old formula story set in European wartime.Films like The Triple Cross, The Good German, The Reader and Where Eagles Dare depicted dilemma better. Watch but only for Marion Cotillard's performance.
  • Oops

    1
    By Magicbikeboy
    Very poor, disjointed movie, especially given Cotillard/Pitt combo. Clunky!
  • Dull

    2
    By Injnghfghjkkkk
    Not the worst film I've ever seen, but it comes close.
  • This could have been so good

    2
    By Gospike
    This film is beatifully filmed with some David Lean touches. I was so hopeful that this would be a great film and could have been. There is a good enough plot but the script seems to fall down and be dumbed down. You think that if this was a TV mini series made by the team that brought the Night Manager you would have had a wonderful offering. I'm afraid one huge let down is Brad Pitt, he is in great shape and some of the suits he wears are stunning, but he shows he has the acting talant of Micheal Caine. I hope a copany in years to come will take this plot and produce the story that should have been told.
  • Good story but could have been so much better

    2
    By ReviewboyAl
    This has a great story but it's one of those films that fails to engage. The cgi is terrible and the depth of the story is half baked. Good movie but could have been better.

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