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A Mighty Heart

Rated R for horror violence, some sexual content and language.

R 103min.
 
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Angelina Jolie stars as Mariane Pearl, wife of slain journalist Daniel Pearl, in director Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of Mariane's memoir recounting the abduction and murder of her husband (played in the film by Dan Futterman) by Pakistani ... Read More
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Mariane Pearl
Daniel "Danny" Pearl
Javed Nabib, "Captain"
John Bussey
Asra Nomani
Randall Bennett
Steve LeVine
Danny's Taxi Driver
Masud the Fixer
October 24, 2009
Limerick Bob
Did we watch the same movie? It stunk!!!
May 22, 2008
tvldia
Enjoyed the movie. Thought the story was well told and understandable. Their was no overacting by any of the characters.Very realistically done.Whole cast well acted and there was nooveracting. The story is more documentary and is not made to be a Hollywood story but a realistic story.Angelie Jolie was perfect with her dialect, mannerisms and was a ideal casting . Told a good story about
May 22, 2008
kgheff22
This movie put all three of us who saw it today asleep several times and it was in the afternoon! This movie is so boring and slow. It is a sad true story but should not have been made into a feature movie. A TV docudrama would have been much better.
May 22, 2008
mjssjames
"A Mighty Heart" Bombed for two reasons.First, the majority of the movie audienceare young people between 18 and 25 andthey would rather see Agelina swinging]from a rope, than a human interest story.Second, Hollywood has shot themselves inthe foot because the've shoved so manyaction and adventure movies down theirthroats that that's all they want to see.That is why you don't see too many
May 22, 2008
scoval71
As another writer/reviewer says: I also looked at my watch. Horrible accent by Jolie. More of a documentary; save your money.

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