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Lions for Lambs

7 Ratings: 1.7
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Director: Robert Redford
Genre: Drama
Release Date: November 9, 2007
MPAA Rating: R
4 reviews about Lions for Lambs
review by . November 16, 2008
Short Attention Span Summary (SASS)     *WARNING! This movie is not geared towards the SAS viewer.     1. Dr. Malley (Redford) lectures and debates a bright but unmotivated political science student about his future.   2. Senator Irving (Cruise) lectures and debates journalist Roth (Streep) about his new war strategy. See Irving in full spin mode. See Roth get dizzy.   3. For purposes of illustration, and to keep viewers awake, the first …
review by . May 22, 2008
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Pros: It is 88 minutes. The message is clear if not clearly explored      Cons: It is boring and emotionally hollow      The Bottom Line: I can't give it one star because there is at least a little of value. Still it is simplistic and uninspiring.      Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie''s plot.      Robert Redford’s Lions for Lambs is an incomplete triptych that leaves …
review by . April 09, 2008
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LIONS FOR LAMBS as a movie has the courage to do just what the message of the film attempts to do: encourage the American public to stop being so apathetic about our position in the global community. The dramatization of three points of view about the Middle East conflicts (it not only takes on the Iraq debacle, but adds the Afghanistan and Iran problems as well) could, in lesser hands than Robert Redford's direction of Matthew Michael Carnahan's script, be a preachy bore. But while the 'action' …
review by . November 12, 2007
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"Give a Damn!" That was Yippie* leader Jerry Ruben's axiom during the sixties. He also said, "Do It!" Another famous slogan was, "If you're not a part of the solution, you're a part of the problem." Although not axiomatic, Professor Stephen Malley (Robert Redford) reaches out to one of his brightest students, Todd (Andrew Garfield), and barters with him to come back and attend his class. The banter between Dr. and student is filled with wit and insight. Still, Dr. Malley makes those sayings new …
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