Review: The Interpreter

After seeing a boring movie featuring Nicole Kidman, it’s clear there was definitely no blame on her acting skills. Right from the start you’ll see a totally new character, and she even produces a believable accent. Opposite her, we have Sean Penn playing another poor tormented soul, just the way we like to see it. Quite a match up, and with the heavy and deep dialogue, it probably wouldn’t have worked out otherwise. Directing them is Sydney Pollack, after a few so-so movies (Sabrina, Random Hearts), he’s definitely back on the roll, reminiscence of the solid thriller that The Firm was.
A simple plot gets worked out through character exploration and uncovered political agenda’s, all the while building on the suspense. A good score from James Newton Howard finishes off a the first balanced suspense thriller of this year.8½.

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