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The Infiltrator

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United Kingdom · 2016
Rated R · 2h 7m
Director Brad Furman
Starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Kruger, John Leguizamo, Daniel Mays
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller

A U.S. Customs Service special agent named Robert Mazur uncovers a massive money laundering scheme involving Pablo Escobar and the drug cartel. Using an undercover alias, “Bob Musell,” he becomes a pivotal player for the drug lords, attempting to take them down from the inside.

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Village Voice by April Wolfe

Unfortunately, as he performs the acting equivalent of triple backflips, Cranston isn't given much of a safety net from the script or direction.


TheWrap by Claudia Puig

At times, The Infiltrator feels like a movie we’ve seen before, but deft performances and Furman’s sharp sense of the era transform it into an engrossing drama.


Variety by Owen Gleiberman

Bryan Cranston gives the most authentic and lived-in performance as an agent pretending to be a criminal that I have ever seen.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

When all that’s taken into account, The Infiltrator feels like a TV mini series squished into two hours, with the budget, supporting cast and period piece compromises to match.


Tampa Bay Times by Steve Persall

The Infiltrator is an evocative crime drama, anchored by Cranston's gift for playing internal conflict with wordless expression and that deep, clinched voice.

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