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4 Ratings: 1.0
A movie directed by Tony Gilroy

Julia Roberts and Clive Owen surprise and delight on multiple levels in Duplicity, a caper film that keeps the audience guessing if the tone is cheeky, seriously, or both in exactly the same scene. Owen smolders as the relaxed, craggy sexual beast he's … see full wiki

Director: Tony Gilroy
4 reviews about Duplicity
review by . September 15, 2009
Julia Roberts and Clive Owens heat up the screen with chemistry while a whole ping-pong time-span keeps viewers on their toes wondering "are they or aren't they?" A lot of sensual sizzle with very little skin, or language for that matter, and a lot of plot twists and turns. Some amusing scenes with other characters, who may or may not be whom they seem to be, brings corporate espionage into cool spy territory.    One scene between battling CEO's (one is Paul Giamatti) is a slow …
review by . September 08, 2009
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Julia Roberts has seen better days and better characters. Here she just couldn't bring the vitality and charm necessary to convince me that Clive Owen's dapper and suave but cautious double agent and schemer would be head over heels in love with her jaded and untrusting con-artist and corporate spy. I know that might sound like I'm applying a double standard, but it's not just that Julia Roberts has aged, it's that the role was unsympathetic and she was unconvincing in it; by contrast, Clive Owen's …
review by . August 30, 2009
Tony Gilroy's films (such as Michael Clayton, Dolores Claiborne, the Bourne series etc) are bright, fast paced, and full of good dialogue. And they keep the audience involved and entertained. Here, in DUPLICITY, he directs his own script, adds a cast of fine actors, finds locations that are fascinating, and paces this journey into the world of corporate espionage with an eye to the brain of the audience. And that seems to be where the trouble with this film begins. Yes, it is refreshing to see a …
review by . July 25, 2009
When people in a movie theatre start checking their cell phones for messages, getting up and down to visit the restroom and rustle constantly through miscellaneous candy bags for another hit of sweet or salt, the film being presented just isn't all that good. Either that or the audience's expectation is not being met which quite possibly could be the culprit in the case of director/writer Tony Gilroy's billed intelligent thriller, "Duplicity," starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owens.    As …
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