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Peter Renshaw almost 7 years ago
An anti-war film. Redford excels, Cruise plays a sleazebag.
Dominic Dirupo over 7 years ago
This movie is dry. And to think Redford thinks he's a better Director than Soderbergh
Matteo Satta over 1 year ago
Marlene 5 years ago
Scott Julian over 5 years ago
Dan over 5 years ago
Vincent Roth over 6 years ago
Manu almost 7 years ago
Silke Bschek 7 years ago
J. Duval 7 years ago
Aysha Nasser over 7 years ago
Blanca Aurora M. E over 7 years ago
Eduardo CQ over 7 years ago
Adam Meehan over 7 years ago
David Diaz over 7 years ago
Ivo Culic over 7 years ago
Lions for Lambs is a 2007 American drama film about the connection between a platoon of United States soldiers in Afghanistan, a U.S. senator, a reporter, and a California college professor. It stars Tom Cruise, Robert Redford and Meryl Streep. It was the first Cruise/Wagner Productions film since the company joined with United Artists subsequent to Cruise's falling out with Paramount Pictures in 2006. With a title that alludes to incompetent leaders sending brave soldiers into the slaughter of battle, the film takes aim at the U.S. government's prosecution of the wars in the Middle East, showing three different simultaneous stories: a senator who launches a new military strategy and details it to a journalist on the edge of a mental breakdown, two soldiers involved in said operation, and their college professor trying to re-engage a promising student. The film was written by Matthew Michael Carnahan, and directed by Redford. It was released in North America on Friday, November 9,...
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