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Spy Game (2001)
Great acting, great directing...
When i saw who the director was of Spy Game, Tony Scott (director of Top Gun and Days Of Thunder), i was a bit hesitant about watching this movie. However, once the movie was over i was quite impressed. First of all, I loved the way he structured the movie on an investigation around Brad Pitt's character and Robert Redford's character going around CIA politics to save his former partner. Throughout the movie, Brad Pitt and Robert Redford each have their own defining moments and nobody seems to steal the show. I loved the way Robert Redford's character seems so mysterious to everyone, including the CIA, some people say that this is poor character development, however, i believe it is another way to show a character trait of a CIA agent. Tony Scott did wonderful job with the camera shots, especially when Robert Redford and Brad Pitt are talking on the roof. The aerial shot was just so incredible, particularly when he mixed the aerial camera and the camera on the roof itself which gave the movie a certain style that i have never seen before. That one scene struck me because you could see the beautiful architecture of Germany without distancing yourself from the story. By far this is Tony Scott's best movie!