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August 25, 2013
Liked the story just thought the actors were too old they used. Everything happened 30 yrs. ago when they were in college and these actors were way over that. They also had Robert Redford who is now 77 with an 11 year old daughter, come on! Not realistic......
August 15, 2013
This movie will bore most people because someone isnt getting shot or racing through city streets at 100mph. Its too deep for most. Skip it and get back to your twittering about your teeny lives and utter insignificance. Its more you!
May 19, 2013
Kgreeney should just really refrain from any reviews. These guys are very good at their craft. You give no reason at all to discredit this movie outside of your opinion of older people. Your no help at all. Your just taking up good air that someone else useful should be breathing.
May 18, 2013
Simply put... what a loser!!!! These guys just should get out of the movie business.
May 14, 2013
Good production and direction. I recommend it to everyone that enjoy a good drama, plot, and best acting!
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Despite Redford's sure-handed (but typically stolid) direction, an intriguing premise and a cast filled with top-line talent both veteran and relatively new, nearly every scene had me asking questions about what just transpired when I should have been absorbing what was happening next. Full Review
A would-be thriller masquerading a long, dry monument to the reliability and comfort of community, blindly cocooned by its own nostalgic self-regard. Full Review
The stars make this political drama engrossing, despite its few missteps. Full Review
Time Out New York
Redford’s devotion to old-school liberalism and ’70s socially informed dramas has been a directorial-career constant, and at its best, The Company You Keep feels like a movie you’d have seen in 1975 — one informed by political righteousness and made for adults. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
Lent distinguishing heft by its roster of screen veterans, this gripping drama provides an absorbing reflection on the courage and cost of dissent. Full Review