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May 08, 2011
And now we know how true it all was.... GREAT MOVIE
April 05, 2011
Why didn't the teabagger cross the road? Because Faux Noise didn't tell them to.............
March 30, 2011
ROFLMAO! Valerie Plame? Oh, gosh, what a wonderful movie she makes... A super-heroine (OK, no pun intended) for the Girly-men Lefties, for sure!
January 27, 2011
I also am unable to find this movie at any of the theatres in St. Louis and wonder WHY. Is this polical ???? This is very upsetting to me that noone will show this movie. I have been waiting for the release. NOT ONE THREATRE WILL SHOW IT.
December 14, 2010
The movies had some interesting points but some of the information in it conflicts with actual events and public records during the events. Unfortunately Hollywood plaed loose and fast with the facts of this case to turn this movie into a political agenda. I wish I did not see it for the money I spend. SKIP IT
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An emotionally inert film that never pulls viewers into the spiraling web of deceit that the couple face. Full Review
The New York Times
Things worked out between Joe and Valerie, and for their real-life models, who are now the subjects of a terrifically entertaining movie. But that does not mean that justice was done, or that truth prevailed. Full Review
The kind of taut, serious adult drama Hollywood rarely produces anymore. Quality-starved audiences should flock to it, if only to ensure that more of them get made. Full Review
More admirable than riveting, Fair Game works best as a portrait of power games at the highest levels. Full Review
The New Yorker
An effective political melodrama that induces a peculiar emotion--the bitterness generated by an old anger that has faded into dull exasperation and now flares up again. [8 Nov. 2010, p.92] Full Review