Bridge of Spies

Bridge of Spies

During the Cold War, the Soviet Union captures U.S. pilot Francis Gary Powers after shooting down his U-2 spy plane. Sentenced to 10 years in prison, Powers' only hope is New York lawyer James Donovan, recruited by a CIA operative to negotiate his release. Donovan boards a plane to Berlin, hoping to win the young man's freedom through a prisoner exchange. If all goes well, the Russians would get Rudolf Abel, the convicted spy who Donovan defended in court.

Bridge of Spies, a historical thriller movie, tells the story of James B Donovan, a  lawyer who is recruited by the CIA and involved in an intense negotiation mission to  the release of Francis Gary Powers, spy-plane pilot, whose U-2 plane was shot down over the Soviet Union, in exchange for Rudolf Abel, a captive Soviet KGB spy held under the custody of the US. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bridge of Spies torrent reviews

Jarek M (us) wrote: French "Crash" but not engaging.

Emma W (gb) wrote: Lol I remember I cried but I don't know why.

Gregory G (br) wrote: Errol Morris' Oscar-winning documentary featuring interviews with former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara as he ruminates on his service in the Presidents Kennedy and Johnson administrations, focusing particularly on his involvement in the Vietnam War. The title refers to the uncertainty during military conflict. Morris incorporates intertitles with lessons that summarize McNamara's philosophy on warfare but the result is nebulous. McNamara is compellingly contradictory; both candid and evasive. Morris falters when he aestheticizes his commentary - repetitious images of falling dominoes is an obvious pronouncement. The score by Philip Glass is frequently obtrusive when matched with archival footage. There is a spectacular inclusion of taped audio recordings between McNamara and the Presidents that is astonishingly revelatory. Despite these reservations, this is an endlessly fascinating oral history essay.

Jorge G (es) wrote: EL CIELO. LA HIStORia Es MeDIo aBURRida, SIN eMbaRgo dESpUEs De LOs 40 MIN., Se TornA iNTEresante y De Esta sURJEn oTRAs 3 qUE Se COneCTaN Al FInAl a LO cuAl, MucHAs cOSAS qUEdan EN el AirE.

Mark D (us) wrote: How bad was the movie? It made Gene Wilder quit show business.Still even though Pryor is stiff and Gene overcompensating I can't help but enjoy seeing them both onscreen one last time

Lasse G (de) wrote: Creepy shit. Haven't seen it in a long time..

Leon B (jp) wrote: One of the worst movies of the century.

Emily B (ag) wrote: Michael Powell's first collaboration with Pressburger. Whilst clearly not as good as their later works, 'The Spy In Black' is still an entertaining War thriller with enough twists in the plot to keep you interested throughout.

Jayakrishnan R (gb) wrote: 81%Saw this on 3/10/16it's glacially slow, but never dull. The leads, especially Oscar issac gives a good performance. What's different about this is the character of the wealthy business man who wishes to do everything legally, something which you don't see often.

Benjamin N (ru) wrote: bad representation of Dick

Paul D (es) wrote: It's a decent film, but certainly one that doesn't appeal, please or satisfy. The set of characters depicted are completely unlikeable and the pompous storyline frustrating for most. It is well made though.

Aarias D (ag) wrote: Chi-Raq has a lot of style imbedded within it and the entire cast give great & surprising performances, but the films comedic aspects are very awkward and the film sometimes enters the realm of fiction. For every moment that works there's another moment that waters the film down.

Kay L (jp) wrote: Not as good as I hoped for