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The Informant!

Rated R for language.

R In Theaters 09/18/2009 , 108min.
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Viewer Score
32%
Viewer score based on 367 ratings
66%
Critic score based on 37 reviews

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April 30, 2011
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SO GREAT! hahaha this movie is funny! Parts of the movie are kind of slow, but trust me, keep watching and it will be well worth it. Matt Damon's character is amazing, he does such a great job!
March 28, 2011
buddy20112011
Nothing funny here except the idea that someone thought this was funny.
October 25, 2010
Db528
The movie was interesting, but what really blew me away was one caption at the very end. After embezzling millions of dollars from ADM and serving eight years in prison, after telling one lie after another to try to save his own ass, he's made chief operating officer of Cypress Systems, Inc.
June 21, 2010
ireckin1971
BORING!!! I'm from Decatur Illinois so I thought it might be interesting, but it was really really bad!!!!
May 16, 2010
Crunchberri
really really not entertaining at ALL. Thank goodness I rented it at a RedBox!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

San Francisco Chronicle
Matt Damon's old-fashioned, brilliantly calibrated character turn as a corporate schnook-turned-whistle-blower; and Marvin Hamlisch's retro-groovy score. For the movie's first hour or so, the pair of them together make for four-star entertainment. The last half hour, not so much. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
Matt Damon's old-fashioned, brilliantly calibrated character turn as a corporate schnook-turned-whistle-blower; and Marvin Hamlisch's retro-groovy score. For the movie's first hour or so, the pair of them together make for four-star entertainment. The last half hour, not so much. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
With composure so out of fashion these days in the public square, Steven Soderbergh's adamantly restrained The Informant! arrives like a cleansing tonic. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Soderbergh takes a deadly serious news story and amplifies and colors it to the point of outrageousness. The results aren't always consistent, but they are undeniably compelling. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Slate
Soderbergh whiplashes his viewers between two contrasting mental states that are best described as "jaunty" and "wrenching." Full Review

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