Ripley's Game
Ripley's Game (2003)

The continuing story of Tom Ripley, a career criminal who has amassed his wealth through various illicit activities, including murder. He is married and living in France, when the necessity arises to silence two foes who could reveal his… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 1, 2003
DVD Release Date: March 30, 2004
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Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

As slithery and seductive a thriller as you'll find.

David Rooney

Malkovich's elegantly malicious performance gives Ripley's Game a magnetic center.

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Boyd van Hoeij

See this film for its story and for Malkovich' performance, or if you are easily distracted and irritated, buy the book and imagine everything yourself instead.

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Andrew Sarris
New York Observer

Arguably the most satisfying distillation of Highsmith's nastiness, ingenuity and humor, with the added dividend of Mr. Malkovich's diabolical charm and insouciance.

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

A surprising film with so much going for it including a lot of intrigue in Hitchcockian proportions...

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Brian Gibson
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)

Ripley's Game draws you in with its virtuoso performances and moody aura of menace.

Anthony Lane
New Yorker

The movie may, late in Cavani's career, come to be seen as her best work.

Alan Morrison
Empire Magazine

Malkovich is perhaps the best, most chillingly precise Ripley to date.

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Walter Chaw
Film Freak Central

Representative of the fear and loathing attendant to the death rattle of domestic culture.

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Flixster Audience Score: 67% Flixster User Reviews
Lady D'arbanville
My predicting rating: 3.5 A film that is reasonably slow moving in parts and yet still manages to be intriguing. It does lack a little psychological feel to… More
Jens S.
Tom Ripley, formerly played by Matt Damon returns for another thriller, in this in the shape of John Malkovich. The look, feel and direction of the movie… More
Film Crazy
Uhhh well shocked really at how much i didnt really enjoy it compared with the reviews its had! Fantastic cast brilliant scenery , nice acting but the… More
Stephen M
Already superbly adapted by Wim Wenders as "The American Friend", and with Anthony Minghella's stylish prequel "The Talented Mr Ripley"… More
Robert C
Good Cast...Great Locations...A Surprisingly Mediocre Film. I think if you go into this with no knowledge of any of the other "Ripley" films, you… More
Luke Baldock
An intelligent thriller with fantastic turns from the main cast. Each chracter is well developed, allowing the audience to both fear Malkovick and sympathise… More