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June 30, 2015
A Different Loyalty is a disappointing film. It is about war reporters who come across each other's path while they are both on assignment in Beirut. Sharon Stone and Rupert Everett give terrible performances. The script is badly written. Marek Kanievska did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
March 27, 2015
good thriller year s/b 2004 not 05 though
½ June 13, 2012
OF COURSE excellently acted. And a compelling story! It was a quiet film and never quite hit a dramatic climax. But it keeps a viewers interest and all production aspects were certainly quality. Sharon Stone did the job, but I don't really understand why she's famous. Rupert Everett is stunning in his trademark quiet, yet powerful acting. You really believed every word. Definitely worthy of a watch!
June 26, 2011
Interesting because of the historic background. Quite forgivable anyway.
½ October 23, 2010
Kiinnostava aihe ja juonikin ok mutta nayttelijat...blaa
½ September 8, 2009
A Different Loyalty was pretty good. It was about a woman (Sharon Stone) who falls in love with a russian spy and marrys him in england and then all of a sudden he disappears and then she finds out he is working for Russia as a spy and that if he returns to USA he will get arrested. If you like James Bond you will definitely like this movie.
½ June 26, 2009
I don't know that I would have enjoyed watching this if it wasn't for the scenes shot in Malta. Once again Malta stands in for Beiruit, which is exactly what a public intellectual called it back in the 1980s. Highlight of the movie: Michael Sciortino as a hotel receptionist.
½ June 4, 2009
Every time I thought this movie might get better, Sharon Stone dragged it down like a concrete block.
January 24, 2009
hayatimda seyrettigim en kotu gercek hayat alintisi, 2 yildiz sharon stone'a...
½ June 13, 2008
You can't really Make a big twisting thriller out of TRUE STORY because the facts are bare facts of what has happenned. This was really nicely acted movie on what actually happenned though they could have omitted useless details
May 8, 2008
Based on the story of a real spy, it interested me potentially, but not really. The movie was quite flat, maybe because of the stereotype of the movie spy, such as 007.
Quite fake some Sharon Stone's expressions, even though she confirms to be a great and charming actress. Even faker the supposed Russian houses and offices and hotel rooms... I know the movie portraits stuff that has now more than 60 years, but I don't think the Russian rooms were that way 60 years ago, as they're surely not now.
½ February 24, 2008
Underrated if you ask me. This is a fact based drama and a pretty decent one.
December 22, 2007
Based on the true story of a retired Brittish MI6 agent who works for the KGB as told from the angle of his relationship with his wife. The film works in that sense but in that same sense that's what makes what could've been a suspense-filled, fast-paced thriller into a dull and dreary drama.
July 7, 2007
An interesting look at a part of British history I wasn't aware of. Kept me intrigue, only let down by some confusing edits, but worth a look netherhteless.
½ March 13, 2007
Moderately effective thriller that suffers from a slow moving pace, bland script, unexciting performances and a boring score. Some good location footage, and it isn't too long, which is a plus. Not much effort was made on the period detail of the film.
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