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Middle Men

Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity, language, drug use and violence.

R In Theaters 08/6/2010 , 105min.
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31%
Viewer score based on 113 ratings
60%
Critic score based on 20 reviews

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January 23, 2011
ScammedByMallick
The problem is that Christopher Mallick the Middle man of Oxymoron Entertainment (see money man) Producer also owned Epassporte. Epassporte is a payment processing company that went belly up. Some Payment Processors Embezzle their customer funds in order to pursue their projects like Movie Making. Mallick owns both Epassporte and Oxymoron Entertainment. Millions
September 06, 2010
WhoseMarie
Gosh, people! RATE IT for heavens sake! Just saw it and it's fantastic! One of the best we've seen in a while. Highly recommend. (We saw it in a small town in an arts theatre, by the way)
August 19, 2010
Wixie7
the movie is fantaastic, great script, all the actors where in character what else do you want? go see it
August 18, 2010
ViaZurita
We in San Diego can't see the film. We are kind of a small town far away from the Hollywood. They must not have done this one to make money.
August 13, 2010
DSYDE
Great Movie...full of action! Kept me on the edge of my seat.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Originally intended as a cable television series, Middle Men bears some telltale scars of hasty, clumsy truncation. Still, there is a raffish vigor that makes the movie watchable despite all-over-the-map storytelling and a fuzzy, superficial grasp of the salient themes. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
Even as this film unravels into incoherent, self-justifying moral instruction, it never becomes boring to watch. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Think "Boogie Nights" meets "Casino," though it's not likely to make the lasting impression of either seminal film. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Director George Gallo seems so enamored of Martin Scorsese's Mafia classic, he's borrowed everything from the use of voiceover to the Stones-centric soundtrack to the insistent editing style. What's missing, alas, is the artistry. Full Review
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
This cranked-up drama wants it both ways. Full Review

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