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Rated PG-13 · 102 minutes · 2010

Thriller
Who-cares “romantic” spy flick has international woman of mystery Angelina Jolie leading innocent title guy Johnny Depp through Venice ahead of a typical herd of gangsters and cops. He’s not funny enough, and she moves through the haphazard scenario like a manikin on wheels. Four stiffs, including director Florian Henckel von Donnersmark, wrote the screenplay, a modern-day miracle of padding. Chief embalmer is Hollywood newcomer von Donnersmark, stepping down in class – if not in budget – from his German art hit The Lives of Others. Deny it a visa and deport it. (104 min.)
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Official Site: www.thetourist-movie.com
Director: Florian von Donnersmarck
Producer: Graham King, Tim Headington, Roger Birnbaum, Gary Barber, Jonathan Glickman, Lloyd Phillips, Bahman Naraghi, Olivier Courson and Ron Halpern
Cast: Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Paul Bettany, Timothy Dalton, Steven Berkoff, Rufus Sewell, Christian De Sica, Alessio Boni, Daniele Pecci, Giovanni Guidelli, Raoul Bova, Bruno Wolkowitz, Marc Ruchmann, Julien Baumgartner, François Vincentelli and Clément Sibony

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