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(26909) 6.6 122 min 2018

Operation Finale is a movie starring Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, and Mélanie Laurent. A team of secret agents set out to track down the Nazi officer who masterminded the Holocaust.

Lior Raz, Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, Mélanie Laurent
Thriller, Biography, Drama, History, War
Chris Weitz

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Biography, Drama, History, War
Director Chris Weitz
Writer Matthew Orton
Stars Lior Raz, Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, Mélanie Laurent
Country USA
Also Known As Επιχείρηση: Φινάλε, 最終行動, Ostateczna operacja, Opération Finale, Operacija Finale, オペレーション・フィナーレ, Operation Eichmann, Operation Eichmann - Jakten på rettferdighet, Operation Finale - Vânătoarea de nazişti, Operation Finale - Kuoleman asiamies, Operação Final, Mivtza Finale, Operación Final, A végső hadművelet, Eichmann
Runtime 2H 2M
Description On Christmas Eve in 1944, SS-Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann (Kingsley) flees the Eastern Front to Berlin to coordinate the destruction of documents related to Department B4, going into hiding after the war ends. In Buenos Aires, Sylvia Hermann (Haley Lu Richardson) begins courting Klaus Eichmann (Joe Alwyn). Klaus meets Sylvia and her German-Jewish father, Lothar (Peter Strauss) at home. Klaus speaks of his father's service with the SS but tells Lothar that he had died on the Eastern Front, and that he has been raised by his uncle, Ricardo. Suspicious, Lothar passes this information to West German prosecutor-general Fritz Bauer. Bauer, suspecting Klaus' uncle may in fact be Adolf Eichmann, relays this intelligence to Mossad director Isser Harel (Lior Raz) in Tel Aviv, but Harel is unwilling to devote resources to investigate. At the insistence of Rafi Eitan (Nick Kroll), Harel dispatches field agent Zvi Aharoni (Michael Aronov) to Buenos Aries to begin reconnaissance. At a dinner party celebrating Argentina's 150th anniversary of independence from Spain, Klaus introduces Sylvia to Carlos Fuldner, a former Nazi officer who assisted with SS members escape to Argentina. Fuldner addresses the guests with anti-Semitic rhetoric invoking the Hitlergrüsse, leaving Sylvia visibly disturbed, who promptly leaves..

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Wednesday, 20 May 2020 22:50

I just finished watching "10 Downing Street", starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hanks. I had read some comments on this site and was put off by the 'monotone' acting by the two stars and the extreme stoicism shown by the villain. But as the movie went on I got to understand how these two gentlemen had found that path to happiness. The movie starts out in the White House as George W. Bush and Tony Blair plan a terrorist attack against Iraq. The president goes through several exercises to prepare for the mission. The president is put through some psychological warfare exercises, a mind game called "Blindfold" or "Firearms", and a sexual assault. The training for these exercises is very grueling. I have read the book "The President's Game" by Michael Gordon, and it is very similar to what I saw on the screen. I was surprised that these exercises were considered so psychologically and emotionally difficult. For the most part, they were. The movie shows how these men are put through a psychological abuse and torture. There is torture, but it is not just physical abuse. There is the social and emotional abuse. There is the abuse of the media and of the military, and there is the sexual assault. In the movie, there are no scenes of violence. It is a psychological action movie and we see the impact of it on the people involved. In the movie, the military gets to play a big part, but it is not a military action movie. In the book "The President's Game" it is the same. The military is an important part of the movie and is used to portray the soldier's emotions and their self-defeating actions. They do not only play a part in the movie, but are part of it. There are two things I liked about this movie. First, the acting is amazing. I thought Benedict Cumberbatch was perfect for the role. I don't think I have seen such an excellent performance by a British actor. I can't really comment on the British accent or his character. But I can say that Benedict Cumberbatch did an amazing job of the role. His intensity, his personality and his style were just great. It is also interesting to see that Benedict Cumberbatch has been doing the same type of roles for years. I always thought of him as a Shakespearean actor, but I have to say that I have never seen a performance like this before. It is hard to believe that he is that good. Tom Hanks is not my favorite actor, but he does an amazing job in this movie. I don't think I have seen a better performance from him. I have seen the same performance from his father and his mother. I think his performance is very good and he is very versatile. The supporting cast also did an amazing job. I have never seen a military official who was so understated. He is one of the only officers in the movie who did not seem to be bent on inflicting torture. I found him very understated and easy to like. I also like that he showed that there was not just a single emotion from him. If he was emotionless, then he was emotionless. I have not seen a supporting character in a movie in a long time who is so well-done. Even though it is a military action movie, it is not a movie about the war. It is a movie about the psychological process that these men go through in
Thursday, 07 May 2020 09:00

Finnish filmmaker Juho Tullen is a talented storyteller. His first feature, the touching drama "Laikipuri", (1991), was a humble piece of work. And I think it's the same for "Diva", a film that seems to have been a surefire winner in the eyes of critics and audiences alike, but doesn't really get the praise it deserves. Why? Well, that would be a personal and objective question. I would say that the reason is a simple one: there is very little drama in this film. It's more about the characters, their lives and their quest to uncover the truth behind the assassination of John Lennon. It's also about what is happening in Helsinki. The murder of a prominent rock star doesn't bring any changes to Finnish society, and the same goes for the assassination of the Finnish Prime Minister. But one man's quest is different. So, what is important about the film? Well, it is about the motivation of the various characters in the film. It is about the current problems that exist in Finnish society. And of course, it's about the story of a man's life. But above all, it's about a man's journey. A man who has been hunted by the police, an uninteresting and boring rock star, a very vulnerable politician and a very powerful man who wishes to be remembered as a hero. Everything seems to be normal in this film, but there are some extraordinary moments. It is surprising to see the young actor Mikko Kallio. A lot of people have said that he is an uninteresting actor, but I think he is perfect. I loved his portrayal of the rock star who can't cope with his fame and fame. He was born a rock star, and it was not easy to find something in him that made him feel comfortable. And here he is. He has a very strong charisma, and this charisma is more than a selling point. It is his motivation and his passion. He has a very powerful and wise soul, and it is the reason that he is able to survive in this tough world. And of course, his love for John Lennon. In a way, I thought the film was really about a relationship between the rock star and the politician. It is a very powerful story. It is also a very touching story. It is a story about life and about the will to live, about honour and about sacrifice. And a great story is all it needs, I think. It is also a film about the problems in Finnish society. The police, the very strong politicians and their unwillingness to try to resolve the issues that have been growing for so many years. This is a very dramatic film. And it is a very personal film. I think the film is very well written, and I think it will do well on the big screen. I think it deserves a big reward. It is a very sad film, but I think it is also a very moving one. It is not the best film ever, but it is very good.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 12:35

After watching the movie and reading the reviews and reading other people's comments about the movie, I have to say I was really impressed with this movie. It was very moving, very well made, and I really thought that the story was fascinating and entertaining. I felt as if I was watching this movie for the first time. I wanted to see it again so I could hear how things ended, and I wanted to see it again just so I could see how the whole story was presented. I feel like I have to give the movie a 10/10. However, I don't want to give it too high of a score just because of the negative reviews I have read. I think it is highly entertaining and it does give you a lot of information and entertainment. I don't think it is boring, I think it is very entertaining and it doesn't drag on and on. I think that is the best thing about it, because if it didn't have that, I don't think it would have been nearly as good as it is. If I wasn't so interested in the story, I would have just stayed home and watched something else. I do think that it is a good movie that everyone should see. I also think that it is not so much a historical movie as a movie about people in the war. I think that it is a very good movie that I would like to see again. I would also like to see it again just for the sake of seeing how it ends, but I would like to see it again to hear how things ended, but I don't think it would be nearly as interesting. I do think it is a very good movie. I give it a 10/10. If you liked it, you will probably like it, if you didn't, you won't.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 14:58

There are movies that I feel will never be re-made. Others I will give the ultimate praise for. The case of the sinking of the Lusitania is the absolute antithesis of the "Great American Novel." It is an emotional charge to every viewer that we had the luxury of seeing and listening to an incident that had such tragic consequences. It should be a movie that is repeated in our minds long after it has left us. That film should be considered as one of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time. I would hazard that with the possible exception of Titanic, no film has been so subject to controversy, such as this. How does it compare to Titanic? How do you compare a masterpiece to a failure? It is an impossibility. It is impossible to compare to any other movie. The death of such a film and such a tragedy would be a real tragedy. It should be placed on the same level as some of the greatest films ever made. The technical achievements of this film would not be possible without the writing and the performances of both acting and directing. To give a rating to this film, I have had to go through a real intellectual leap. I must not compare this film to the other films of the same caliber. I must compare this film to Titanic. It is not the same film. It is so different. It has been created differently. It is unlike any other film I have ever seen. I had to be willing to pay attention to be able to watch it. I was astonished at the difficulty. It is a genuine achievement in film-making. The acting is phenomenal. Sir Roger Moore is still the greatest actor of all time. He has never been in a better film. Even the more down-to-earth actors are on top. Sir Anthony Hopkins is amazing in a fantastic way. The directing is top notch. I have never seen a film so sensitively directed. It is one of the best I have ever seen. That it was made so long ago, I feel has more to do with the music of the period. It is as if the music was a reflection of what the characters are feeling. I felt that was what the producers were trying to do. I have never seen such an accurate recreation of the period and of the events. I am sure everyone can appreciate this film. It should be in the history books as a cinematic masterpiece.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 14:46

I watched this film because it was produced by the Italian state, and is called a "british film". I just saw it because I was so impressed. You can tell from the first few scenes that this is not a typical british film, but it is brilliant. I especially loved the sound. You feel the fog and then the wind in the trees, and then you can hear the birds, which is an awesome experience, like in a bird house. The only thing I could nitpick on is that the pronunciation of the English parts of the script, and the way they present the events are not correct. But that's only a nitpick, because I don't think anyone will really notice the small errors. But seriously, the effects are absolutely beautiful, especially the shots of the trees. My only complaint is that, the filming of the whole movie is made in the 1980s, I think it looks great, but the makeup and the scenery is so young and a lot of people are using makeup in the '80s, but I think it looks good. I really don't understand why a movie this good should have such a bad sound track. And I really don't understand why anyone would have such a bad English dubbing. I know that they're only making these films in Italy, but I think it's really great that they have been so active in the English-speaking world. The script is very good, it feels like real things. You can really feel the desperation and the love of the characters. The production values are really good, especially the cinematography. Everything is done with such a great attention to detail. All in all, this is a perfect movie, and I would give it a 9 out of 10, but I think that's just because I didn't read the book, and was not in the right mood to judge.

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