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Plot: Mason Skiles had a great life as a diplomat in Beirut. He and his wife, Nadia, live in a beautiful house and have been mentoring a thirteen year-old Palestinian boy named Karim. The opening scene is a party that the Stiles are hosting for other dignitaries. Karim is helping out serving the guests. Runtime: 109 min Release Date: 11 Apr 2018
I don't know about the historical accuracy of this film, but I do know that I really enjoyed it. It was a great thriller and just down the alley of the type of films that i really like. It got me interested in the war in Lebanon and I bought a book on it to understand the history better.
Don Draper Teletransportation (by Talkador)
I liked the movie a lot. Reminded me of the movie Spy Game. But a dude that looks like Don Draper, has a drinking problem and smokes a lot?? Lol!
Good Intel thrills and adventure for the casual viewer. (by writenamehere)
Beirut is a medium weight Intel Thriller. It's unexpectedly good. If you have any affiliations with the actual troubles in the "Middle East" then no doubt you'll be able to argue the chronology and "historical facts" presented here until the end of time. But if, like me, you have no idea what the problem is and don't look to movies for facts anyway, and simply pick a spy type thriller off the shelf because it said something about the Bourne Trilogy, then take a chance, you'll enjoy it.Beirut is similar to Bourne, but there's little to no fighting or <more>
shooting. The name of the game is negotiation in this one, but not the three hour epic kind. John Hamm and Rosamund pike are well cast, and both are convincing. Hamm plays an aging alcoholic, and there's enough attention to reality that he doesn't suddenly become an athlete at the crucial moment. After a 5 minute trot in 40 degree heat he is an exhausted sweat soaked mess. Rosamund Pike is believable as a competent field officier, with the right amount of reserved detachment, and sudden force and menace.Good entertainment, good performances, nothing to really annoy the casual viewer.
I happened to watch the trailer of this movie when i went to another movie, and found it impressive. So, i went to watch the movie, and i was blown away. I never knew much about John Hamm and after watching this movie, all i can say is he is an incredible actor. I have no idea of the historical accuracy of the events, but the direction is absolutely fantastic ! Great story telling by the director : Mark Anderson. I don't remember watching such an edge-of-the-seat thriller in recent times.
Fascinating (by leibos)
Not only was it an excellent adventure but the basic plot lines were plausable enough even for those who follow Middle Eastern politics closely to sit back and enjoy.
A real re-acclimation into another world! (by SmileyMcGrouchpants)
This is Brad Anderson's best movie since 'Transsiberian.' He understands Americans need to have things explained to them. He's like John McPhee, in that respect.
A quality tense and gripping thriller. (by irons-dmw1966)
Ignore the irrelevant comments and reviews, this is a terrifically told story and is entertaining. I heard that 'The Quiet Place' was filmed in a very noisy location so perhaps that deserves low reviews too.... Just go and enjoy Beirut, it's a great movie.
It's just another great movie to watch (by supbericw)
I have no ideas about the history of this movie, but it is a great experience to look into something from a fiction story to the humanity side. The movie Beirut did Not try to make people hate each other, it try to make peace. It makes me rethink of stepping into other country with forces wouldn't earn any rewards until all could be killed or hunted in different ways. Make true friends better then hate each other...
Good, taunt espionage movie set in Middle East battleground (by springfieldrental)
"Beirut" is a film that demands you to be on your toes throughout. This intriguing picture emerges as a mental challenge containing multi-layers of plot devices from beginning to end. Yet in the final analysis, "Beirut" is worth all the cerebral jigsaw gnashing once the viewer puts all the pieces together. The story is set during the 1980's Lebanese Civil War where various factions, from Muslims to Christians to Palestinians to Israelites are mixing it up in the Mediterranean seaport and former vacation spot. Filmed in Morocco, scriptwriter Tony GIlroy, he of the <more>
"Bourne" series, establishes his fictional plot amidst the historical background of this turbulent time. Actor Jon Hamm's fine performance is understated as required by his character as the cool negotiator, though half the time drunk, who's fighting his personal demons while tight walking through a literal minefield in rescuing his kidnapped friend from terrorists.As someone wrote, they rarely make such challenging grown-up movies such as this anymore. "Beirut" harkens back to the days when the industry was making films such as 1982's "Missing" and 1969's "Z." This movie must be doing something right since my friends and I talked about all the logical plot twists after the ending. I hope this picture is successful since as director Billy Wilder said, "If I get to have my viewers to discuss my movie over drinks for 15 minutes, I think I've done my job." I read that anecdote from the fine book "The 15 Geniuses Behind The Lens: How The Best Film Directors Shaped Today's Movies" that I recently purchased from Amazon.