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The Infiltrator Movie Review

The Infiltrator Movie Review English Movie Review
Review for the film " The Infiltrator"
Runtime: 2 Hours 07 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 15-07-2016
Genre: Crime, Drama, Biography
3.5 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • Paul M Brennan
  • Miriam Segal
  • Don Sikorski
  • Brad Furman
  • Music Director:
  • Chris Hajian
  • Editor:
  • David Rosenbloom
  • Luis Carballar
  • Jeff McEvoy
  • Composer:
  • Tristan Clopet
  • Gilde Flores
  • Director:
  • Brad Furman
  • Costume Designer:
  • Dinah Collin
  • Art Director:
  • Karen Wakefield
  • Andrew White
  • First Assistant Director:
  • Philip A Patterson
  • Dominic Fysh
  • Second Assistant Director:
  • Amy Stares
  • Meaghan F McLaughlin
  • Katye Kalivoda
  • Emma Stokes
  • Director of Photography:
  • Joshua Reis
  • Stunt Director:
  • Tom Akos
  • Executive Producer:
  • Bryan Cranston
  • Robert Mazur
  • Peter Hampden
  • Jill Morris
  • Norman Merry
  • Kate Fasulo
  • Martin Rushton Turner
  • Visual Effects Producer:
  • Martin Gabriel
  • Novelist:
  • Robert Mazur
  • Sound Effects Editor:
  • James Hayday
  • Sound Re-recording Mixer:
  • Paul Cotterell
  • Paul Carter
  • Assistant Editor:
  • Fiona DeSouza
  • Visual Effects Supervisor:
  • Uel Hormann
  • Unit Production Manager:
  • Tim Wellspring
  • Carla Aucoin
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • Ellen Sue Brown
  • Script Supervisor:
  • Caroline O\'Reilly
  • Grip:
  • Keith Gaynor
  • James Starr
  • Gaffer:
  • Alan Martin
  • Music Editor:
  • Stuart Morton
  • Foley Artist:
  • Peter Burgis
  • Jemma Riley-Tolch
  • Jack Stew
  • Production Designer:
  • Crispian Sallis
  • Set Decorator:
  • Cathy Cosgrove
  • Scott Jacobson
  • Storyboard Artist:
  • Nathan Morse
  • Casting Agency:
  • Casting Collective
  • 2020 Casting
  • Casting Associate:
  • Rebecca Farhall
  • Costume Assistant:
  • Kitty Bennett
  • Ailsa Windsor
  • Alison Lewis
  • Catherine Hibbert
  • Lizzie Moul
  • Location Manager:
  • Sherrill Smith
  • Stephen G Parker
  • Lynsey Cosford
  • Katrina Day
  • Location Scout:
  • Damon Crane
  • Joshua Benedetti
  • Makeup Artist:
  • Catriona Johnstone
  • Hannah Ovenden
  • Sharon Martin
  • Anna Cash
  • Special Effects Coordinator:
  • James Carter
  • Jeremy S Brock
  • Mark Holt
  • Special Effects Technician:
  • Neil Reynolds
  • Kyle May
  • Stunt Coordinator:
  • Eric Miranda
  • Rowley Irlam
  • Stunt Performer:
  • George Kirby
  • Arran Topham
  • Ian Pead
  • Jason Curle
  • Leo Woodruff
  • Pablo Verdejo
  • Ronald Fox
  • Matthew Stirling
  • Matt Sherren
  • Levan Doran
  • Stunt Double:
  • Kevin Morgan
  • Special Thanks:
  • Dale Gordon
  • Tyler Martinolich
  • Visual Effects Coordinator:
  • George Stone
  • Digital Compositor:
  • Yuko Kimoto
  • Tim Barter
  • Nikolay Kolev
  • James McPherson
  • Eri Adachi
  • Andy Quinn
  • James Elster
  • Transportation Coordinator:
  • Barrie Williams
  • Driver:
  • Grady Allen Bishop
  • Graham Ashley
  • Fergus Cotter
  • Glenn Charter
  • Electrician:
  • Sean Davis
  • Lee Baker
  • Joshua Dempsey
  • Set Dresser:
  • Richard E Kruder
  • John Francis Kupfer
  • Extras Casting:
  • Universal Extras
  • Solomon Artistes
  • Adam Penny
  • Sound Mixer:
  • William Miller
  • Robert Sharman
  • Colorist:
  • Jamie Welsh
  • Boom Operator:
  • Mike Schmidt
  • Key Grip:
  • Philip Kenyon
  • Darren Holland
  • Prop Master:
  • Kurt Thoresen
  • Will Botton
  • Barry Gibbs
  • Joe Smith
  • Assistant Art Director:
  • Sarah Finlay
  • Associate Editor:
  • Jo Dixon
  • Foley Editor:
  • Lilly Blazewicz
  • First Assistant Editor:
  • Joe Rosenbloom
  • Production Coordinator:
  • Scott Eaton
  • Alice Syed
  • Karen Bosma
  • Costume Supervisor:
  • Suzy Freeman
  • Annie Crawford
  • Digital Imaging Technician:
  • Keir Garnet Lawson
  • Graphic Designer:
  • Liz Colbert
  • Post Production Facility:
  • Lipsync Post
  • Production Assistant:
  • Ennis Alhashimi
  • Spencer Haberman
  • Emerald Black
  • Katie Organ
  • Music Coordinator:
  • Seth C Harris
  • Production Secretary:
  • Elizabeth Tatro
  • Associate Cameraman:
  • Tim Wooster

The Infiltrator is a crime drama movie based on an autobiography of the same name by Robert Mazur.

Plot: The movie is set in the mid- 1980s. Robert Mazur ( Bryan Cranston) has gone undercover as Bob Musella, a money launderer, to bust Pablo Escobar's drug trafficking and all the banks linked to it. Mazur, his pretend fiance Kathy Ertz ( Diane Kruger) and streetwise Emir Abreu ( John Leguizamo) team up to befriend Escobar's lieutenant, Roberto Alcaino (Benjamin Bratt). What follows is a number of false identities to get closer to the top and win the drug war. But they have to tread very carefully because one false step means death. Will Bob Musella give in to the temptations of easy money, sex, and drugs or will he be Robert Mazur, the self-righteous federal agent? You'll have to watch to find out.

Analysis: Bryan Cranston's acting is amazing; you won't take your eyes off him, and you won't forget him even days after you've watched the movie. The camera shots are bad at places, though. The movie still manages to keep you hooked throughout, with certain emotional or really tense scenes.

Star performances: Bryan Cranston in the lead role is a great choice - his acting is intense and really hits the mark. All that time with "Breaking Bad" has really toned him well. Diane Kruger looks younger than her years and adds glamour to the movie. The rest of the supporting cast are competent and don't give the movie any negatives because of their acting. The director Brad Furman takes a little too literal approach to tiny details. The screenplay is by his mother, Ellen Brown-Furman. Chris Hajian did music for the movie, and it turns out to be quite a requisite. The cinematographer is Joshua Reis.

What's there?

1. The script stays very true to the actual event the movie is based on and thus gives the viewer a clear idea of the ongoings.

2. The acting skills of everybody onscreen are brilliant. A special mention goes out to Bryan Cranston, the jewel of the show.

What's not there?

1. Execution isn't without flaws; it gets quite confusing at times.

2. There are a million cliche scenes that don't work well at all and leave you bored.

3.The cinematography is only so-so, with most shots having a made-for-TV kind of feel.

Verdict: If you're looking for bloody action, this movie doesn't have much of it. If you're looking for good acting, a decent story, and an overall gripping movie, then go for this.