Spends too much time covering ground well known from the headlines. But the scenes of the couple at home with their children and friends are uniquely fascinating, if not, in Wilson's words, "very 007-ish." show more
Most of the scenes depicting the couple's domestic life are borderline-banal, and they miniaturize the political drama that plays out partly in public, partly in the shadows but almost always in a middle distance just beyond emotional reach. show more
Watts gives a deep and Oscar-worthy performance here, displaying the steely composure that made Plame a valued NOC (non-official cover operative). show more
And now we know how true it all was.... GREAT MOVIE
Why didn\'t the teabagger cross the road? Because Faux Noise didn\'t tell them to.............
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!