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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
All over the place, but extremely well-acted
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Self-serious, snoozy showcase for Clooney
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
You rated this 3 stars on 3/5/2011
David almost 8 years ago
The perfect movie - gets better (and more understandable) every time its watched
Michael Cole almost 8 years ago
The story is hard to follow and will be mostly forgotten by the next day.
Frankie Jackson over 8 years ago
The worst. Ever. I feel like this film was deliberately obtuse. I had a ragey nap.
Glen Maddern over 8 years ago
Complex, stark, and emotionally tough. But believable, and perfectly made.
Caleb Pereira 10 months ago
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Michelle Arostegui almost 3 years ago
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Tom o'brien 6 years ago
Syriana is a 2005 geopolitical thriller film written and directed by Stephen Gaghan, and executive produced by George Clooney, who also stars in the film with an ensemble cast. Gaghan's screenplay is loosely adapted from Robert Baer's memoir See No Evil. The film focuses on petroleum politics, and the global influence of the oil industry, whose political, economic, legal, and social effects are experienced by a Central Intelligence Agency operative (George Clooney), an energy analyst (Matt Damon), a Washington attorney (Jeffrey Wright), and a young unemployed Pakistani migrant worker (Mazhar Munir) in an Arab country in the Persian Gulf. The film also features an extensive supporting cast including Amanda Peet, Tim Blake Nelson, and Christopher Plummer, as well as Academy Award winners Chris Cooper, William Hurt with Alexander Siddig and Amr Waked. As with Gaghan's screenplay for Traffic, Syriana uses multiple, parallel storylines, jumping from locations in Iran, Texas, Washington D.C...
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