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The Interpreter 2005 123movies

The Interpreter 2005 123movies

The truth needs no translation.Apr. 08, 2005128 Min.
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Watch: The Interpreter 2005 123movies, Full Movie Online – Escalating events begin when U.N. interpreter Silvia Broome alleges that she has overheard a death threat against an African head of state, spoken in a rare dialect few people other than Silvia can understand. With the words “The Teacher will never leave this room alive,” in an instant, Silvia’s life is turned upside down as she becomes a hunted target of the killers. Placed under the protection of federal agent Tobin Keller, Silvia’s world only grows more nightmarish. As Keller digs deeper into his eyewitnesses’ past and her secretive world of global connections, the more suspicious he becomes that she herself might be involved in the conspiracy. With every step of the way, he finds more reasons to mistrust her. Is Sylvia a victim? A suspect? Or something else entirely? And can Tobin, coping with his own personal heartache, keep her safe? Though they must depend on one another, Silvia and Tobin couldn’t be more different. Silvia’s strengths are words, diplomacy and the subtleties of meaning, while Tobin is all about instinct, action and reading into the most primal human behaviors. Now, as the danger of a major assassination on U.S. soil grows and Silvia’s life hangs in the balance, Silvia and Tobin play out a gripping dance of evasion and revelation that keeps them both guessing as they race to stop a terrifying international crisis before it’s too late..
Plot: After Silvia Broome, an interpreter at United Nations headquarters, overhears plans of an assassination, an American Secret Service agent is sent to investigate.
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Nicely textured suspense drama with a heart
Sydney Pollak has directed a lot of good films over the last 40 years, and this, though not his finest work, is one. But it’s just ‘good’. Pollak has a great sense of pacing and character development, and he puts both to work to good effect in this suspenseful high-stakes terrorism drama. Kidman and Penn deliver solid and memorable performances and are joined by an excellent supporting cast. The acting talent, clever though predictable plot, superior production and cinematography, and fearlessly quirky script are what makes this film work, despite a few rather absurd plot points.

Kidman unsurprisingly, dominates the screen with a powerful portrayal of a young South African translator for the UN, who overhears a plot to assassinate the genocidal president of her home country, Motambo. Penn plays a hard-nosed, recently widowed investigator assigned to the case. As the plot escalates, it becomes clear that Kidman herself is also a target and that she has secrets…

There are some problems with believability here. Most glaring is the fact that the intelligence agents and security people investigating Kidman and the plot to kill a genocidal African president in the U.N. are depicted as anything but intelligent. The identity of the perpetrator and the nature of the intended crimes should have been more or less obvious about half-way through the film, and the security team should have had a trap set and armed personnel crawling all over the entire building. It is also unlikely that anybody in Kidman’s predicament would have been allowed to continue with unrestricted access to the UN, at virtually any time of day or night, more or less unwatched. And it is even more problematic that somebody with her background should be working at the UN in the first place. The actors’ performances and the relationship which develops between the two main characters (which is really at least half the plot) help to gloss over the minor problems and make the film very entertaining and suspenseful. There are also some potentially powerful political messages just below the surface, but I never felt that these messages really emerged, and was left wondering if theyr were simply artistic flourishes or perhaps, posturing.

Review By: mstomaso
Another lame, wannabe thriller that had a lot of promise……..

Watching the trailer for ‘The Interpreter’, I was initially intrigued. I love a good political thriller, and I see Sean Penn and Sydney Pollack involved….I’m game. Never mind Nicole Kidman, I’m not a fan and probably never will be; she just irks me. Anyhow, as much as I liked the trailer, it’s VERY flawed in that I basically knew what was going to happen in the film…..namely who the ‘bad guy’ is. It really spoiled the movie for me. I’m smarter than the average Joe; I can’t believe people still fall for the ‘oh my goodness, the bad guy is actually the person who appears to be the victim, the good guy!!’ twist. It’s very lame and overdone. Try something new people! Even so I had to depend on the execution of this to come away satisfied overall. That does NOT happen here….at ALL.

The acting here is good overall, nice cinematography all around, but what absolutely kills ‘The Interpreter’ is the script. My GOD the script is horrible! My friend sitting next to me asked me if it was written in crayon. It minus well had been written in crayon, because it doesn’t get more childish than this. Kidman’s character now ranks up there with Monica Bellucci’s horrid ‘performance’ in Tears of the Sun as one of the most annoying characters ever in film; and what pisses me off is that this type of character is getting more and more prevalent in movies like this. From the beginning Kidman’s character walks around completely clueless, lying every chance she gets holding information from anyone/everyone who’s trying to help her. What killed me was when Penn asked her who she met with in the park and she simply answers, ‘it’s personal’. I was about to walk out the theater after hearing that. You’d think that in a pressure situation where you had bitched and moaned earlier about possibly not getting any protection, you’d be a LITTLE more cooperative with the people who are now PROTECTING YOU! Who writes this crap? ‘It’s personal’??? The writers couldn’t come up with a better answer than that??? All throughout the movie we gotta sit through the torture of seeing Kidman lie and hide things from the very people she’s depending on, like it’s a game or something. At one point Penn shows her a picture he found of her and her brother, holding machine guns walking down a street in Africa some time ago. Penn, now expecting her to finally come clean after about 2-3 previous meetings like these (where he uncovers another one of her lies), and the best thing that Kidman could say is…..get this……’that’s not me’. WHAT??? What do you mean ‘that’s not me?’ Only after more pressing from Penn does she admit that the woman in the picture (her) isn’t the type of person she is now. Penn isn’t innocent of corny/lame/pointless dialogue either….as we get the pleasure of going through more of his emotional, ‘oh woe is me’ soliloquies throughout the film, at times without ANY provocation. I swear in a scene or two they’d be talking about something political or a conspiracy and Penn just bust out talking about his dead wife. Where the hell did THAT come from? And how many more times does the hero/good guy of the film have to be a drunk, never mind the reason?

This movie, running at 2 hrs and 8 mins, could’ve been cut down by at least 40 minutes easily. By simply doing away with the run-around supplied by Kidman, and lame subtle attempts at a romantic angle….scenes that seem like Pollack was all too happy to film and make the movie drag even more, would have STARTED to make the movie’s execution a little better. I say ‘started’ because the script on a whole is just a total mess. After a while there’s just blabbering going on and you don’t even care who’s who and who’s working for this one or that one and he has conflict with him because of someone else’s agenda blah blah blah. Other things I didn’t like:

* the bus scene was filmed nicely, but what was REALLY her point of getting on the bus?

* Who was the assassin who was after Kidman working for?

* Just why in the hell did she turn on the light in the interpreter’s room anyway??

* You mean to tell me that the whole thing was just faking an assassination attempt in order to get more ‘credibility’??

* Kidman goes through all of this lying and hiding to get to the President, just for him to read a few passages in a book he wrote and that she knows by heart???

* She attempts to murder an international government figure, and all they do to her is ‘send her home’?? Isn’t she a citizen of her home country (where she really will be just ‘going home’), but also a citizen of the US…where she can be tried and sentenced like any one of us?

I refuse to waste anymore time on this joke of a political thriller…I’ve wasted enough. I only went to see this because I was taking a friend of mine out for her birthday and this is what she wanted to see. Now I remember why I said I would not be going to the movies for a long while. Total waste of time and money.

* out of **** stars.

Review By: lotus_chief

Other Information:

Original Title The Interpreter
Release Date 2005-04-08
Release Year 2005

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 8 min (128 min)
Budget 80000000
Revenue 162944923
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Director Sydney Pollack
Writer Martin Stellman, Brian Ward, Charles Randolph
Actors Nicole Kidman, Sean Penn, Catherine Keener
Country United Kingdom, France, Germany, United States
Awards 3 wins & 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam ST, Cooke Xtal Express and Technovision/Cooke Lenses, Arriflex 35-III, Cooke Xtal Express and Technovision/Cooke Lenses, Arriflex 435, Cooke Xtal Express and Technovision/Cooke Lenses, Bell & Howell Eyemo
Laboratory EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate), Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length 3,524 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision2 100T 5212, Vision2 Expression 500T 5229)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), J-D-C Scope (anamorphic) (source format), Technovision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema

The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
The Interpreter 2005 123movies
Original title The Interpreter
TMDb Rating 6.3 1,224 votes

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