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Actors of "No Way Out"
Characters of "No Way Out"
Directors of "No Way Out"Roger DonaldsonBirthdate: 15 November 1945, Ballarat, Australia
Creators of "No Way Out"Kenneth FearingBirthdate: 28 July 1902, Oak Park, Illinois, USARobert Garland
Critic Reviews of "No Way Out"Chicago TribuneJuly 29, 2013
While the film's behind-the-scenes look into the world of Washington bureaucracy is appealing, the movie is a complete letdown as a thriller, dissolving into implausible silliness.Chicago TribuneJuly 29, 2013
No Way Out emerges, paradoxically, as a film that is better than it has to be and not as good as it ought to be, but there is skill here, as well as an admirable willingness to try something new.Los Angeles TimesJuly 29, 2013
No Way Out's greatest prize is Costner, a leading man at last: fiercely good, intelligent, appreciatively sensual in a performance balanced perfectly between action and introspection.Orlando SentinelJuly 29, 2013
A thriller that grabs you even before the ironies of its plot kick in is a thriller you don't want to miss. No Way Out is that sort of movie, a thriller that's thrilling throughout.Philadelphia InquirerJuly 29, 2013
A juicy thriller-romance bursting out of the Pentagon's arid corridors.TIME MagazineMay 23, 2011
Viewers who arrive at the movie five minutes late and leave five minutes early will avoid the setup and payoff for the preposterous twist that spoils this lively, intelligent remake of 1948's The Big Clock.Film Freak CentralJuly 11, 2016
No Way Out is a secret noir.The Blu SpotJune 21, 2016
No Way Out may take about half its runtime to finally get the story moving, but when it does, the audience is treated to a grand thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsApril 23, 2016
The film is remembered for its limo sex scene.People MagazineJuly 26, 2014
As befits the title, it dead-ends long before it's over.Empire MagazineJuly 29, 2013
Good performances from a strong cast and paranoid plotting enough to keep even the staunchest of remake nay-sayers quiet. Hitchockian production with a modern twist.
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