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Operation Finale

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.

Other Titles
Operation Finale - Kuoleman asiamies, A végső hadművelet, Επιχείρηση: Φινάλε, Operation Finale - Vânătoarea de nazişti, Opération Finale, Operación Final, Operacija Finale, Operação Final, Ostateczna operacja, Mivtza Finale, Eichmann, Operation Eichmann, Operation Eichmann - Jakten på rettferdighet, 最終行動, オペレーション・フィナーレ
Running Time
2 hours 2 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Thriller, History, Drama, Biography, War
Chris Weitz
Matthew Orton
Mélanie Laurent, Ben Kingsley, Oscar Isaac, Lior Raz
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A team of secret agents set out to track down the Nazi officer who masterminded the Holocaust.

Comments about thriller «Operation Finale» (18)

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I'm a bit of a film buff and I have seen many of the movies that were made in the 1940's. The reason I picked this movie was because it was based on a book and it had a really good story to tell. The story is about the sinking of the Lusitania and the events that happened that day. It is a great story that is told through the eyes of a British captain. The acting in this movie is great. It is very believable. The character of Captain Jack Aubrey is very well played and he is really a very good captain. He has a lot of emotions and he is very likable. The other characters are also very good. The movie is very good and it has a very good ending. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a good movie.

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Alan W.

This is the best film I have ever seen. The only film that has ever made me cry. It has so many moving scenes that you will never forget. The acting is superb. The direction is excellent. The script is brilliant. I am not a big fan of war films, but this is the best I have ever seen. The scenes are so real and the actors are so great that you really feel for them. I recommend this film to everyone. This is a must see film. This is a film that will stay with you forever. I have seen it a few times now and I still cry every time. I give it 10 out of 10.

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I have seen this movie over 20 times and I never tire of it. I think it is one of the best movies ever made. The cast is amazing, the direction is great, the acting is great, the story is great. The story is so real that you can feel the pain of the soldiers in this movie. The movie is great because it shows how the soldiers lived in the trenches and the people that they were living with. The movie is a must see for everyone. I will never forget this movie and I will always watch it over and over.

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I am a HUGE fan of Steven Spielberg. I've seen all of his films and have been a HUGE fan of his since I first saw "E.T." in 1982. I thought the first two "Jaws" movies were incredible and would love to see another one, but this one was just as great. It is a great story, well told, and the cinematography is amazing. The acting is great, but I thought the best acting came from M. Emmet Walsh. He is simply amazing in this film. I was very surprised to see that he is still doing films. I thought he was great in this film, and the supporting cast was great as well. The only thing that I didn't like about this film was the "Jaws" name. I was so excited when the movie came out, and was hoping that they would use the name "Jaws" in the film. I thought that was a little bit too much of a coincidence. I think that Spielberg should have used the name "Jaws" for the film. The movie was great and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a great story, great acting, and a great film. I hope that they do a sequel, but if not, I hope they use the name "Jaws" for the film. I give this film a 10 out of 10.

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Jerry H.

A lot of the criticism against this film is directed at how it does not contain any strong political statements, or lack of any. Instead, the film gives you the impression that "Who the hell did this?" is the best one-liner you'll ever hear. But then again, this movie does not aim for any deep political statements. In fact, it doesn't really contain any political statements whatsoever, except in the very end of the movie. So, basically, it is a movie that doesn't speak about anything, except it is about Hitler's war machine. Hitler's war machine is made up of millions of, butchers, with thousands of machine guns and bombs, and this movie also does not show this aspect. The only part that you will notice is that these soldiers were not all sitting ducks. There are a lot of very professional soldiers, and these soldiers must have been fighting for a much bigger cause. This film focuses more on the tactics of war than on any specific war or campaign. The film is about the tactics of war, but what you really will notice is how good the soldiers in the movie are. The people in this film are the most professional, hard-working, and patriotic soldiers you'll ever meet in your life. In my opinion, the best part of the movie is that it gives you the impression that these soldiers were fighting for a greater cause, than what they were fighting for. But then again, this is not a movie about how a war was fought, or even about Hitler. I would have preferred that the film was more about how the people fought. But then again, the movie is about a war. So, to sum up, I would highly recommend the film, because it is really good at giving you the feeling that it is just about a war. So, if you are a film fan, or if you are a history buff, then you will enjoy this film.

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Director Peter Landesman (Tom Hanks, Donnie Brasco, Chicago, Clash of the Titans) throws the film's first few scenes into a dreary monotone to give the film's atmosphere a certain hopelessness. The movie is shot almost entirely in the dreary, rainy, and rain-shrouded Yorkshire town of Bridlington, England. Landesman's direction is rough and gritty, but not necessarily all that unpleasant. The movie's first act is dull, as the crowd disperses into a moored, very busy waterfront on the Thames, where John Miller (Hanks), the local captain of a dredging ship, is escorted by a man armed with a gun and a young man who is hiding behind a bus shelter. He is said to be John Miller's replacement, and to have been lost in the rioting. Miller is about to receive his promotion. There is a somewhat more ambitious finale, but it's not nearly as accomplished as the last few shots of the film, which offer one of the best scenes of the year. It's a dreary, rain-soaked, and muddy finish, and it's hard to say what that is supposed to say about a film. As a movie, this is very disappointing. A "lost" film at the box office, its final scenes may have a certain catharsis, but the problem is that a movie can't be "lost" forever, and that is the story. The film's final scenes, shot with very little dialogue, offer much more. The final shot is an image of John Miller in the port of London, the Titanic's bow looming over the fog-ridden town. It is a stunning, silent image. It shows an almost hostile future of the past, when almost everyone has died in the riots. The final shot is a very quiet image, one that really shows that the rioting was not the death of the world. But it is not quite enough. The film's first act is still very rough, with many of the scenes staged. For a while, there is little dialogue in the first half of the film, until the men in the boat arrive at Bridlington. But the film's first act is extremely dull and uneventful. The men in the boat are very nice, but they are hard to see, and it is hard to know what the men are doing at all. The film's second act is much better. The men on the boat are more confident, and much better acting. They talk, the film is showing how their lives and the lives of the others are changing in the world around them, and they do a lot of talking. The movie is not nearly as boring in its second act. The first three hours of the film are very nice, but then, that's what a first act should be. But the second act, though it's much better, is still not quite enough. The movie, however, is not too bad. The story is not very

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A masterful film, the best of the year. I thought the acting was superb and the film really made you feel like you were there. The film was very realistic, and the true story of the sinking of the RMS Titanic is one of the best ever told. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has a love of history, and the truth.

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Heather H.

This movie is a great example of what the movie industry should be. It is an excellent portrayal of what happened in Vietnam. I was very impressed by the performances of all the actors and especially the two young actors who played the younger brothers. I can't wait to see more movies by this director. The movie is well written and well directed. It has a great feel to it. I will be purchasing this movie when it comes out on DVD.

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Albert Medina

After having seen some wonderful documentaries and having enjoyed many great films of the past, I was very glad to see a work that was equally as fascinating and well put together. "The Hunt for Red October" was certainly one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and although the film did not have as much material as "The Passion of the Christ" or "Pleasantville", it still made the best use of its time period. The quality of the film, and the attention to detail, made the audience feel as if they were actually in that time period. "The Hunt for Red October" was very moving and probably the most riveting piece of cinema ever put to film. The graphic style was amazing and you could tell that the actors had no fear or hesitation, not even with what was happening around them. The portrayal of the Russian people and their fear of Communism was especially moving. It was a powerful film that should be seen by everyone. If you are not a fan of history documentaries, don't let this one deter you.

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By far, it's one of the best film based on events of WWII. The time and location of the film are well used, and there are many important films that were based on events of WWII. For this film, it's interesting to see many films based on WW2 (as the WWII was the first time ever that the story was told) and as I saw it, the result was better than I expected. Most of the documentaries are interesting and well made, and this one was no exception. The fact that the subject matter is more important than any propaganda, it's a huge positive to see a film based on the events of WWII, rather than any movies based on any other subject matter.

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Jeremy N.

This movie is an excellent adaptation of a book that is not for everyone. For those who do not know the story, it is about a group of American soldiers who arrive in a foreign country to do a rescue operation in the jungles. After they arrive, they become separated from their soldiers. While searching for their lost men, the U.S. Army encounters many dangers, but everything is still in the hands of the soldiers. After the death of one of the soldiers, the rest of the troops are stranded on an island, and the U.S. Army begins to think that the American soldiers are lost. But the soldiers are not lost, and their mission of rescuing their fallen comrades has a final climax. This is a good story about a soldier's journey through the jungle in the Vietnam war, and about the later on Vietnam war.

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Samuel S.

First, I'll say this, after seeing the trailer I was ready for a 90 minute documentary but I wasn't disappointed. You can get a bit of a feel for the work and some of the events, but it's not really a documentary. It's a bit like a documentary of events, but this documentary is much more than that. It's a very true account of the events of the day of the attacks on the World Trade Center. For this purpose, we have interviews with the firefighters, the medical personnel and many people who were in the towers. All these people gave very direct and often very emotional accounts about the events that unfolded on the morning of September 11. The most important thing that I took from this documentary is that if you're looking for an accurate account, it's not for you. But if you want to be connected to the event, then this documentary is a very good one. It's very thorough, it's very well-paced and it gives you a sense of what was going on on that day. The most important thing I found in this documentary is the fact that no matter how you have lived your life, there are things that you take for granted. I could relate a lot of what people were saying to what they were feeling. It is also a documentary, so it gives you information in a very specific way. It's very informative, but I think the film should be taken as a very personal account of the events of 9/11. If you're not going to get to that, then I don't think you will get the whole story. I think a documentary is a good way to get to that part. I think it's very well done and it's very powerful. It is a powerful documentary and it tells you about what happened on that morning. If you're not going to get into that, then you won't get the whole story. But if you are going to get into that, then I think it's very well done. I give it 8 out of 10.

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Christian Woods

I had high expectations for this movie, but had to suspend those expectations when I heard it was based on a true story. I have to say I was not disappointed. What I expected was a Hollywood production with over-the-top acting, but it was actually very decent. What I got was a story that made sense and was a very compelling tale about one man's fight against the forces of tyranny. It was not one of those movies where you just sit back and let it play itself out. I could tell there were parts of it that were not quite right, but I was willing to suspend my disbelief. To me, it was a movie about what was actually happening at the time and the drama that surrounded it. In many respects, this was a movie about what it meant to be a patriot. Not a Hollywood movie about a right wing event. I recommend this movie to any one who wants to learn more about the events that happened in Vietnam.

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This movie is an amazing, moving, and very well done movie. The movie starts with the news about the first plane crashing into the World Trade Center and ends with the news about the second plane crashing into the World Trade Center. The movie is very realistic and I think that the movie shows the reality of what happened. The movie also shows the good and bad sides of the people and shows how the people felt about the events that happened. The movie is a great movie and I recommend that everyone should watch it.

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This movie is a very accurate account of the events of 9/11. I have read some reviews that say they were "disappointed" by this film. Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to criticize this movie or criticize it's creators. The film is based on true events and it was my experience that the US Government was very good at keeping the story "classified." However, I think a few things were too exaggerated. I don't believe the stories of the missing plane, the remaining passengers and the hijackers were all that accurate. The number of people that actually boarded the plane was probably too low, I guess. Also, the number of hijackers that made it onto the plane seemed a bit high. I felt that most of the hijackers seemed to be more aggressive, not that aggressive enough. What they were doing was a bit out of character. They may have had a mission. The plane that hit the Pentagon was closer to the public and the President's limo than the pilot's, but still, I don't believe this was accurate. The crashes in Pennsylvania, the media coverage, the press conferences, the flying over the White House, the attacks on the World Trade Center, the attack on the Pentagon, the closing of the Pentagon were all very accurate. However, I do think that the events of 9/11 were much more accurate than the portrayal in this film. It was a very realistic film. There were many of these type of films made about the Vietnam War and the events of that war. I don't know if there was an actual plan to kill every person on that plane. But, it's an accurate depiction of the events. People have their own opinions on these matters. But, I think this movie was very accurate and shows the events of 9/11 in a very different way. 8/10.

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What could have been the least spectacular film of the year, turns out to be one of the best. U2 comes alive again with this movie about how terrorists planned the 9/11 attacks. It shows how things went down from one of the masterminds to the cops, to the victims. It shows the truth that lives in this film, and how we are all responsible for what happens. Its all worth watching. 9/11, 9/11, 9/11!

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Grimly accurate depiction of the second world war. I don't know if I would like it more than my own biography, but it is gripping, with enough suspense to keep you involved. The cast is excellent, as usual. Tilda Swinton as Eva Braun is great. I am also impressed by her more recent work (Winona Ryder in White Noise and Girl, Interrupted).

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Donna Martinez

The movie (filmed in 2011) could have been so much better. This is one of the movies that I didn't get how they could make it seem like that he was "just a tool". The guy was in prison for seven years for blowing up a building in Kuwait. And he had a wife who died in the bombing (two years after the bombing). And he also had two children with her (four years later). He was a plane engineer and when he was out of prison, he was trying to start a new life. And then they made him a monster. I'm sure this guy was trying to help the Iraqi people (which he did in the movie). But all he did was hurting them. They didn't find his plane. They didn't find the bomb. They didn't find the wife and his two children. This is one of the most unfair movies that I've ever seen. It's very clear that the movie makers weren't interested in giving us an accurate portrayal of what really happened. I would say it's a good movie (but I'm not a big fan of Spielberg). But I think it's wrong to take a movie and say "Well, I made that movie, I don't care if it's inaccurate" - it's not accurate. I don't care what happened. I only care that it happened. I think the main problem was that the movie makers took the easy way out, and didn't give us a fair picture of what happened to them. I think they could have made the movie very believable, but the movie makers didn't do that. They made it seem as if they were all heroes. And it makes it seem that their lives are that perfect. But I think they made a very misleading movie. I think the main reason that it's rated so highly is because of the war. I think most people are willing to believe that George Bush is a good guy. The movie is making it seem like he was just a tool, and it's not accurate. I think that it was probably easier to make this movie because it's an accurate movie. I think that the movie makers didn't try to make a great movie, and instead they made a movie that's just a little bit more believable than what it could have been. I think that that was the main problem with this movie. Overall, this movie is pretty good. It was good because it was good. But it was inaccurate. I'm sure the movie makers were trying to make a very accurate movie, but it's not. I think that it's unfair that the movie makers made the movie as it was. I think that it should have been accurate, but they made it as they wanted.