Georgetown

critic Reviews

, 56% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    Christoph Waltz is such a master at playing debonair and duplicitous manipulator...
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    Claudia PuigFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    I found it moderately entertaining... Poor Annette Bening was wasted.
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    Amy NicholsonFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It's silly, but watching Vanessa Redgrave get wooed by a younger man -- Christoph Waltz is laying on the charm -- is nice.
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    Calum MarshNew York Times
    The cast can only do so much with thin material, and Waltz, duping and swindling grandly, isn't equipped to make the long con interesting.
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    Rex ReedObserver
    The acting is first-rate from start to finish, but it is really Mr. Waltz who keeps the action flowing.
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    Nell MinowRogerEbert.com
    The script by David Auburn is more interested in the culture of the title neighborhood than insight into the characters' lives.
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    M.G. MaillouxIn Review Online
    Georgetown is by no means a disastrous movie, nor even a particularly bad one; it is drab though, no more than aesthetically competent
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    Bill NewcottThe Saturday Evening Post
    A guilty pleasure that trades on the occasional pleasures of guilt.
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    Eleanor Ringel CaterSaporta Report (Atlanta)
    Much like its slippery protagonist, Georgetown holds your attention. But again, much like hanging around said protagonist, you may not be sure your time was well spent.
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    Armond WhiteNational Review
    Waltz delivers a dazzling, memorable con.
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