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Rated R · 121 minutes · 2014
An escaped militant's (Grigoriy Dobrygin) attempt to claim an inheritance gives a German agent (Philip Seymour Hoffman) the chance to lay a trap for a well-regarded Muslim scholar who is suspected of financing terrorists.
Director: Anton Corbijn
Producer: Stephen Cornwell, Gail Egan, Malte Grunert, Simon Cornwell, Andrea Calderwood, John le Carré, Tessa Ross, Sam Englebardt and William Johnson
Cast: Philip Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Grigoriy Dobrygin, Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright, Homayoun Ershadi, Nina Hoss, Franz Hartwig, Daniel Brühl, Kostja Ullmann, Vicky Krieps, Mehdi Dehbi and Rainer Bock

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A Most Wanted Man

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Boise Weekly The Talented Mr. Hoffman John le Carre's thriller reminds us that America--the CIA in particular--has chosen to arrest and prosecute small-time terrorists instead of being patient enough to trap a big-time mastermind. by George Prentice 07/23/2014
Creative Loafing Atlanta Philip Seymour Hoffman comes in from the cold with ‘A Most Wanted Man’ Oscar-winning actor’s last leading role leaves audiences wanting more by Curt Holman 07/24/2014
East Bay Express A Most Wanted Man Intricate plot lines, incisive dialogue, and unforgettable characters form this grim and creepy adaptation of a John le Carré spy novel. by Kelly Vance 07/22/2014
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Charleston City Paper Philip Seymour Hoffman steals the show in A Most Wanted Man Sadly, 2014 has become the year of goodbye performances from Philip Seymour Hoffman. by Tom Meek 07/23/2014
The Coast Halifax A Most Wanted Man Serious/double crossings/moving parts by Tara Thorne 07/31/2014
Creative Loafing Charlotte A Most Wanted Man worth finding Rating: *** by Matt Brunson 08/01/2014
Portland Mercury Spies in the Shadows Philip Seymour Hoffman takes on John le Carré's A Most Wanted Man. by Alison Hallett 07/23/2014

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