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A throbbing segment of pulsating dangers that never quite leaves the viewer alone: The Infiltrator’s thrilling parts succeed where most features of the similar caliber don’t. On a completely different level, The Infiltrator also presents itself as great characters study regarding the ‘mole’ within Pablo Escobar’s crime empire. Will he double-cross his newly acquainted gangster friends, or develop new relationships among them which will make him forget why he ever came to know them in the first place? Two very different ... Read full review »
Werner Herzog tends to become enamored with many angles and offshoots when filming his documentaries, but he’s fallen into quite the rabbit hole when tackling the subject of the internet. He hopes to cover it all from its very inception to its possibilities of unlocking secrets of the universe. In many ways, Herzog is the perfect director for such a topic as he’s able to cover an extraordinary amount of ground and pluck the most unique aspects to explore. While he certainly take has a knack for taking simple subjects ... Read full review »