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The Infiltrator (2016)

Stars: Bryan CranstonJohn LeguizamoDiane KrugerBenjamin Bratt.

Director: Brad Furman

When I heard the premise for this “based on true events” crime thriller, the first thing that went through my mind was Donnie Brasco, Donnie Brasco, repeatedly.   539 more words


The Infiltrator Arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD and VOD October 11

Oscar® nominee and four-time Emmy Award® winner Bryan Cranston (Best Actor, Trumbo, 2015; “Breaking Bad”) plays an undercover Federal agent who infiltrates the globe’s most powerful cartels and takes down the largest drug and money laundering operation in U.S. 324 more words


F.I.L.M. of the Week (August 25, 2016)

Much of Mike Mills’ “Thumbsucker” treads fairly standard young adult coming of age territory. Lou Pucci’s Justin Cobb, the protagonist whose titular habit serves an effective metaphor for his juvenility, must undergo familiar trials that provide him confidence and self-worth. 339 more words

Movie Reviews

The Infiltrator

For F*** Magazine


Director : Brad Furman
Cast : Bryan Cranston, Diane Kruger, John Leguizamo, Benjamin Bratt, Juliet Aubrey, Yul Vasquez, Amy Ryan, Said Taghmaoui, Jason Isaacs… 854 more words

The Infiltrator is just on the high end of OK

Steven James

Nothing special stands out about The Infiltrator. The movie is full of clichés and weird editing. Keeping up with all of the colorful characters is difficult, which is bad, because nearly every character we see is important to the story. 1,134 more words


"The Infiltrator"



The true story of an undercover customs agent who infiltrated Pablo Escobar’s drug trafficking ring in the mid-1980s is given the big screen treatment in “The Infiltrator,” the latest in a series of forgettable drugs are bad / cops are good movies. 311 more words

2016 Film Reviews

The Infiltrator (2016)

In the mid 1980s, Pablo Escobar and his cartel were responsible for billions of dollars worth of narcotics filtering into the United States. It’s the kind of work that can fill up Robert Mazur’s (Bryan Cranston) career. 1,550 more words