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  1. The Informant! (2009) - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Audience Reviews for The Informant! Jun 07, 2013. Entertaining semi-accurate real-life portrayal of an educated bipolar personality with mixed-up perceptions with an improper use of a cute ...

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    • drama, comedy, crime
  2. The Informant! Movie Review - Common Sense Media

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    The movie is based on a true story and sends some mixed messages about corporate ethics; ethical breaches are treated somewhat lightly, which may make the crimes seem less serious. And the main character isn't exactly a role model himself.

  3. Informant (2013) - Movie Trailers | Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Mar 22, 2016 · Audience Reviews for Informant. Sep 16, 2013. With the documentary "Informant," let's start with what is known: Brandon Darby once worked with a collective in post-Katrina New Orleans to provide ...

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  5. The Informant! movie review & film summary (2009) | Roger Ebert

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    Sep 16, 2009 · All is explained, sort of, in “The Informant!,” and as Soderbergh lovingly peels away veil after veil of deception, the film develops into an unexpected human comedy. Not that any of the characters are laughing. “The Informant!” is fascinating in the way it reveals two levels of events, not always visible to each other or to the audience.

  6. The Informant! - Plugged In

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    Sep 18, 2009 · The Informant! is a comedy based on the real-life saga of whistle-blower/white collar criminal Mark Whitacre. And while the film likely takes some liberties with Whitacre’s story, it also uses his unlikely tale to reinforce some time-honored truths: Don’t lie.

  7. Movie Review: The Informant! - California Literary Review

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    Jun 10, 2020 · Movie Review: The Informant! Perhaps the most ingenious part of Whitacre’s affect (and the film) is his stream-of-consciousness inner monologue. He wonders about tie patterns, spews factoids about polar bears, and wrestles with the German language as he bumbles deeper into an FBI investigation he instigated.

  8. The Informant! Reviews - Metacritic

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    The Informant! may end up closer to the non-starters. Its lunacy is too deadpan, and its denouement too drawn out, to appeal to those who liked the Bourne movies, or, for that matter, the Gore. But it's worth seeing, and a salutary achievement. Read full review

  9. Critic Reviews for The Informant! - Metacritic

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    The Informant! may end up closer to the non-starters. Its lunacy is too deadpan, and its denouement too drawn out, to appeal to those who liked the Bourne movies, or, for that matter, the Gore. But it's worth seeing, and a salutary achievement. Read full review

  10. The Informant! (2009) - IMDb

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    Sep 18, 2009 · Directed by Steven Soderbergh. With Matt Damon, Tony Hale, Patton Oswalt, Lucas McHugh Carroll. The U.S. government decides to go after an agro-business giant with a price-fixing accusation, based on the evidence submitted by their star witness, vice president-turned-informant Mark Whitacre.

  11. The Informant! - Wikipedia

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    The Informant! is a 2009 American biographical-crime comedy film directed by Steven Soderbergh. Written by Scott Z. Burns , the film stars Matt Damon as the titular informant named Mark Whitacre , as well as Scott Bakula , Joel McHale and Melanie Lynskey .