Watched THE TOURIST (2010) last night with Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie and was not expecting much...and that is what I got. Directed by unknown Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, this film plays like a 1960's Cary Grant film with the long slow shots of actors walking streets as well as of locations involved such as the Venice backdrop here. It did have its enjoyable cute moments with witty dialogue between Depp and Jolie. The absence of sex and violence and the slower pace again made me think of the earlier films made and may help it play to an older more reserved audience. I enjoyed Paul Bettany as the Inspector and Timothy Dalton put in a nice appearance as well.
9/26/2012 03:22:40 am
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I have been acting for 27 years with experience in Film, Theatre, Television, Commercial, Industrial, and Voice-Overs.