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Bridge of Spies is a movie starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, and Alan Alda. During the Cold War, an American lawyer is recruited to defend an arrested Soviet spy in court, and then help the CIA facilitate an exchange of the spy for...

Genres
Drama, Thriller, History
Director
Steven Spielberg
Starring
Mark Rylance, Alan Alda, Amy Ryan, Tom Hanks

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Product details

Genres Drama, Thriller, History
Director Steven Spielberg
Writer Matt Charman, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
Stars Mark Rylance, Alan Alda, Amy Ryan, Tom Hanks
Country USA, India, Germany
Also Known As Nguoi Dam Phan, El puente de los espías, Casuslar Köprüsü, Spionernes bro, Spioonide sild, I géfyra ton kataskópon, Most vohunov, Most špijuna, Most špiónů, ブリッジ・オブ・スパイ, Most Spijuna, Puente de espías, Espioien Zubia, A Ponte dos Espiões, Most spijuna, St. James Place, Ponte dos Espiões, Bridge of Spies: Der Unterhändler, Podul spionilor, Spiegu tilts, Vakoojien silta, Šnipu tiltas, 間諜橋, Gesher ha'meraglim, Η γέφυρα των κατασκόπων, Untitled Cold War Spy Thriller, Spionernas bro, Le pont des espions, Pont d'Espies, Kémek hídja, Most szpiegów, Il ponte delle spie
Runtime 2 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description During the Cold War, an American lawyer is recruited to defend an arrested Soviet spy in court, and then help the CIA facilitate an exchange of the spy for the Soviet captured American U2 spy plane pilot, Francis Gary Powers.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 13:30

Martin Scorsese has a pretty solid career behind him, he has made several films that I consider to be quite good, many that are more action packed and have a bigger budget and probably make a lot more money than this film does, and that is something I will give him a lot of credit for. It is true that the plot of the film is not exactly the most original but that is probably because the entire film is based on the true story of a single man that was sent to a prison in the middle east. The story of the man is pretty interesting and for someone who is not familiar with that specific story the film does not bore you, it is very entertaining. The acting in the film is quite good, I think most people would agree that John Cusak did a great job playing the man, and the supporting cast is also very good, it is easy to see that a lot of hard work went into this film, it is a very different take on war movies, a lot of people may not like the fact that the plot is not exactly the most original but that is the only thing that the film has going for it. It is true that the film is not perfect, and it has some very cliche moments, especially during the film, the end is a little weak but at the same time I did not like the fact that it was a bit too "brave" for the audience to accept it. The film is definitely not a masterpiece but I have not seen many films that are, so I think that is a great thing to say. All in all, the film is quite good and I think anyone who is interested in war films should see it, I rate this film 9/10.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 05:20

I really enjoyed this movie. As a lifelong movie fan, I loved how it took the viewer back to the early days of World War 2 and the drama that was involved in being on the outside. It is a reminder to remember that even though the Cold War was over in the early 1960s, it's never too early to start looking at the role that the U.S. has had in making the world a better place. The film is filled with great performances, especially by the young actors. The casting in this movie was outstanding. It really brings back memories of the early days of movies in the 1930s and 1940s when the best performances were made by the young actors, rather than by older actors who were just not the best. I especially liked the way the young actors came out of their shell in this movie, and showed us that a young person can really make an impact on the world. The movie also took you back to some important historical moments. The film shows us that in 1942, the Russians were putting the Germans and Italians on the run. They were making their moves to do that. There was a lot of confusion about what Hitler was doing and what his intentions were, and the United States had to come to the rescue, and led the way in taking the fight to the Soviet Union. It was the beginning of the American involvement in World War 2. The film also shows us that after WWII, the American people were just as divided as they were in 1943. The movie takes us through the highs and lows of the relationship between FDR and President Truman, and how that relationship was ultimately affected by the economic and political changes during the mid-1970s. Finally, the movie shows us the impact of the Cold War and the anti-Communist policies that were imposed by the Soviet Union on the United States. There are a lot of lessons to learn from this movie. One of the most important was the importance of having a strong and vibrant civil service. There is a famous quote from former U.S. President Harry Truman, that the greatest tragedy of World War 2 was not the loss of life, but the loss of the ability to think for ourselves. If you enjoyed this movie, then I highly recommend that you watch "The World is Not Enough" and "The Battle for Sputnik" as well.
Friday, 22 May 2020 17:43

After reading all the reviews I am finally able to say that I like this movie. The best one I have ever seen, although I didn't even notice it was one of those. The way the characters look, the language they speak. I don't like it a lot, but if you want a movie with a little more substance than simply a movie about espionage, this is one of the best ones. It's really good to see Ben Affleck again, I always loved him when he was in this movie. Unfortunately, I think this movie was a bit like a movie he had no chance of doing. I am sure, if he hadn't done the movie he did he would have been a total flop. Despite his performance, I don't think he was able to do much. I believe the entire cast did great. Robert Redford played his role as the head of the spy agency as he should, and Matthew McConaughey did a great job playing the head of the FBI as well. He always did a great job playing this character. I really enjoyed his acting. I think this is the first time I have seen McConaughey in an intense role like this. Not that his other roles have always been good, but he was great in this one. Also I didn't really know what was going on with the role of the KGB. I didn't see that they had anything on it, but I didn't mind, because it was a fairly small role. I also enjoyed how they used language. I think it's important to show the audience what the culture is like. I am not sure what the intention was, but it was a good movie. It's just a little too long for a movie of this size, but then again, the movie is an hour and a half long. Overall, I liked this movie a lot. I think you should see it at least once. I think you should see it, but at the same time I would like to say that I am glad to see someone who is capable of making a movie like this, instead of these Transformers movies. I believe if it were made in the 70's it would have been a classic. The movie makes you feel like you are in the 70's and it really is a great movie.
Sunday, 17 May 2020 12:12

In an era when Hollywood and Hollywood studios alike are chock full of movies that demand the audience to consume screen time, it's refreshing to see a movie that can move the audience in a more subtle way, leaving them to follow the "What The f* did you expect" mentality they've always been supposed to be like. This movie is a fascinating look at an era that was almost as important in the US as it was in the UK, but certainly not as important as it should have been. The movie is set in the early 1900's in a time when America was still led by the duopoly of the US government and Wall Street. A player of the game was always in it for the gold, and the game was one that meant that the "the people" were, as in the game, invisible. In this movie we see how the US government was doing everything possible to manipulate events for their benefit, to benefit their investment groups and to make the United States look good in the eyes of the world. It's fascinating how the game is played, how the big-shot investors keep the game going, and how the game is played by the two parties involved. The movie is played almost exclusively in the middle of the film, and yet it doesn't focus on the main characters. You see two characters in the movie, Max Bialystock (Russell Crowe) and Max Schmeling (Tom Hanks), and they have almost no dialogue, but they do have some very interesting scenes together. Max's last night as a field agent and Schmeling's final days as a World War II veteran. The plot is basic, but the way it is portrayed is something I've never seen before. There is a very clear reason why the game is being played. I don't think I've seen a movie where so much emphasis is placed on the politics of the game, and the game has so much to do with the big picture. It's like a car chase, where the cars that are involved are never really driving the car. The actors in this movie really make it very easy to follow their movements, and even if you have seen a lot of movies before, you will find yourself wondering who the characters are. The movie has one of the greatest closing scenes I've ever seen. I've seen some movies that had an ending that made you just want to see it again, and I have to say I'm pretty grateful for that. The movie is very simple and it's very clear. I would recommend this movie to anyone, but if you're not very familiar with the game, you will get the message right away. The movie is a great one that is definitely worth watching.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 19:16

This movie is one of the best movies of this century. It's quite a long movie, so I recommend that you stay with it. I've never been so taken aback by a film in my life. I've always been suspicious about Tom Hanks since my early childhood. It was always my opinion that he was just a bit too stupid for my liking. Now I've seen this movie I've changed my opinion. I could care less if he is really that stupid. And I think that the reason why I can stand Hanks is because he is so different. I'm not going to go into details about how this movie is amazing. There are a lot of great things about it. But the main thing is the way that this movie makes you think. Every time I watch a Tom Hanks movie, I try to make sure that I'm not expecting too much. I want to be surprised. But I have to admit that this movie was a little too sudden and unexpected. I could predict some of the scenes that Hanks was involved in, and I was trying to pick out the clever jokes. But I'm not going to reveal how. And that's why I like this movie so much. I like how it makes you think. It's about the truth and the lies that one person can tell to another. And it's about espionage and how it's all about how you tell your true feelings to another person. And about the political corruption in the US government. And about the lies that all of us are told and how we have to trust each other. And about how we must become so clever because the main truth of the movie is that our enemies are out to get us. So Tom Hanks is a brilliant actor. He has the ability to portray the emotions and the feelings that we are not meant to feel. But I think that we need to be able to understand what's going on because Tom Hanks is a master spy. And I think that he was very well chosen to play the role of a man who is becoming too much of a smart guy. And it's a shame that he is in this movie because he is the only man that has shown us that he can be the good guy. Tom Hanks is amazing. I'm going to rate this movie 9 out of 10. Tom Hanks is great.


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