In the absence of internal logic, external style and emotional intelligence carry the day.
The Interpreter bristles with the smart, steadily engrossing tension that marked such 1970s goodies as "All the President's Men," "The Parallax View" and Pollack's own "Three Days of the Condor." show more
The film feels long, the editing is choppy, and the plot strands are at once convoluted and cliched. show more