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The Tourist has all the hallmarks of a sleekly diverting Euro-thriller, and sets about proving that hallmarks are not enough. It begins, as it must, with a caption saying “Paris, France”, and a bunch of surveillance guys trying to get a look up Angelina Jolie’s legs.
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jaipur  ,  India
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Jaipur  ,  India
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This tale of Lord Lucan was gripping but with a dash of camp, says Sameer Rahim
Lucan (ITV), the first of two parts, was gripping and atmospheric. The opening credits admitted that the programme “includes an element of speculation”, but since no one knows what really happened – or if they do they aren’t telling – you can allow the creators some licence. The framing device is that a biographer is investigating the case 30 years on, speaking to those who knew the fast set that Lucan ran with. This isn’t vital to the drama, but it did give Michael Gambon (playing a former friend of Lucan in the present day) the chance to reprise his acting specialty: wistful recollections of an ambiguous past.
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Kotputli  ,  India
 
he Tourist: Seven Magazine review, by Jenny McCartney
The Tourist has all the hallmarks of a sleekly diverting Euro-thriller, and sets about proving that hallmarks are not enough. It begins, as it must, with a caption saying “Paris, France”, and a bunch of surveillance guys trying to get a look up Angelina Jolie’s legs.
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Kota  ,  India
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he Tourist: Seven Magazine review, by Jenny McCartney
The pairing of Angelina Jolie with Johnny Depp in The Tourist represents the latest step in the apparent campaign by Jolie, like some cinematic vampire, to drain her leading men of all charisma. While Jolie, dressed to the nines, cruises through the film in an absurd ecstasy of preening self-regard, Depp looks oddly pallid and immobilised, as though cookie-dough had been randomly injected into his face. Jolie, as is her habit recently, plays a danger-loving woman of mystery, Elise, who picks up a hapless American tourist called Frank (Depp) on a train. Her plan is to use him to throw her ruthless pursuers off the trail of her real lover, an international master thief. Cue chases, double-crosses and a couple of kisses with all the heat of an outdoor swimming pool in January. The real shock here is not the improbable twist, but the revelation that this glossy crock of nonsense is directed and co-written by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, he of the matchless German film The Lives of Others. A gloomy reminder, if we needed one, that Hollywood can destroy talent as often as it encourages it.
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