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One's take on the film will likely be determined by the level of need for historical accuracy and any personal connection to long-lasting war in Northern Ireland. Either of these traits will likely have you scoffing at the backseat verbal sparring and the plot contrivances that allow the two mortal enemies to slowly break down the ideological barriers.
On the other hand, it can be viewed as a mis-matched buddy movie featuring a game of witty one-upmanship with political and historical relevance. Either way, the dueling actors are a pleasure to watch. Spall surely has the more theatrical role, and he revels in the buttoned-up judgmental nature of Paisley — a man loyal enough to be attending his 50th wedding anniversary party, and sufficiently devoted to his beliefs that his last visit to a movie theatre was in as he led the protests against The Exorcist.
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Meaney plays McGuinness as both determined to find common ground and worn down by the years of fighting and lack of progress. Toby Stephens plays Prime Minister Tony Blair, while Freddie Highmore is the young driver charged with surreptitiously igniting conversation between the two rivals. He is fed instructions through his ear-piece by an MI5 director played by John Hurt, in one of his final film appearances. Unfortunately, this bit of "narration" came across as condescending to this viewer who surely could have done without such elementary guidance.
Still, the sight of Mr. Hurt on film is always welcome. The infusion of humor is nearly non-stop. There's a comical exchange about Samuel L.
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Jackson, a joke about the Titanic, and a Paisley diatribe at a gas station over a declined credit card that would easily fit in most any Hollywood buddy flick. However, these elements undermine one of the early on screen interviews we see when a citizen states bombs going off as you walk down the street is "part of life".
The two men re-hash some key events such as 's Bloody Sunday, and it's these moments that remind us just how important this new agreement was to the country. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!
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Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Colin Bateman screenplay by. San Francisco International Film Festival: Alex Hunter The original star of The Journey, Alex Hunter has already had a rollercoaster of a career in the first two installments of the trilogy. After signing for the Premier League club of his choice, Alex has gone on loan to the English Championship, spent half a season in Major League Soccer, and moved back to Europe to play for one of the continent's biggest clubs.
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