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The Recruit (2003)

1 rating: 4.0
A movie directed by Roger Donaldson

"Nothing is as it seems" inThe Recruit, a guessing-game thriller that employs plot twists and conflicting loyalties as its primary raison d'être. Surrounded by potential deception, a newly recruited CIA officer (Colin Farrell) must determine if … see full wiki

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Director: Roger Donaldson
1 review about The Recruit (2003)

Deceptions Abound

  • Feb 4, 2005
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+4
The Recruit is one gripping movie. Just when James Clayton(Collin Farrell) thinks he has all the answers, Walter Burke(Al Pacino) shifts the game and changes the questions.

The storyline is filled with intrigue ranging from the tense CIA training sessions to the love interest between Clayon and Bridget Moynahan to the fake dissmissal of Clayton and much more. Al Pacino really lights up the screen in his role as the master manipulator. Its quite interesting how things end up for Pacino in the end. Some may think its predictable but I think otherwise.

A winner on many fronts although in comapring Pacino movie's I prefer Scent of a Woman just a bit more.

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