10 November 2018
Reviews for Bridge of Spies ( 2015 ) 720pDisable Third Party Ads
A feel-good Cold War melodrama, Bridge of Spies is an absorbing true-life espionage tale very smoothly handled by old pros who know what they're doing. If all goes well, the Russians would get Rudolf Abel, the convicted spy who Donovan defended in court. Given the year is 1957, Abel's fate looks bleak. Obviously a little bit embellished for Hollywood's sake, Bridge of Spies does a fine job as a historical docudrama.
The plot revolves around James B. Also, some facts have been included but presented out of any historical context. A great film, one of my favorites this year.
Reviews for Bridge of Spies ( 2015 ) 720p - That wouldn't be so bad except for the fact that the interior of the car appears to be from the 70s and beyond, and not 1961.
The bridge spans the Havel narrows between Berlin and Potsdam, and was closed to traffic for filming over the last weekend of November. Tom Hanks does what he does best, by playing an everyday man in an average life. Instead, the time should be spent on character development of which there is absolutely none. Colors are full and finely detailed, a little warm in New York and very cold -- favoring a severe blue and gray scheme -- in Germany. Flesh tones are naturally healthy. Tom Hanks does what he does best, by playing an everyday man in an average life. Sadly, on this occasion Spielberg fails to deliver. And because everyone knows you can't put metal things in a microwave, it would have at least provided more drama and more tension than the entirety of this very long and very boring film. Then parts of the story. Strengths first: the meticulous recreation of the 60's across two countries is breathtaking. The script is by the Coen brothers but it has John Le Carre written all over it.