The Informant! (303) ... Stunning as the events are, the movie managed to weave the story into the almost unbelievable romp in many ways that it was. The music score ...
The Informant (French: Gibraltar, also known as Border Informant) is a 2013 French crime thriller film written and directed by Julien Leclercq. Plot. Marc Duval is a ...
Recruited by the FBI, ex-con and former special operations soldier Pete Koslow uses his covert skills to try and take down the General -- the most powerful crime boss in New York. When a sting ...
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The Informant! was released in 2009 on Friday, September 18, 2009 in 2,505 theaters. There were 9 other movies released on the same date, including Jennifer's Body , Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Love Happens .
Sep 18, 2009 · Read the The Informant! movie synopsis, view the movie trailer, get cast and crew information, see movie photos, and more on Movies.com.
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Sep 17, 2009 · Some folks may turn on “The Informant!” when it makes a strong twist in its third act but the way it transformed makes it more than just the light treat like the “Ocean’s” movies.
Feb 02, 2012 · The Informant movie is currently in Development . February 2, 2012 • Story selection and rights acquired; idea being crafted into usable script; financing and casting attachments sought; aiming for 'greenlight'.
In New York, former convict Pete Koslow, related to the Polish mafia, must deal with both Klimek the General, his ruthless boss, and the twisted ambitions of two federal agents, as he tries to ...
The Informant! is a 2009 American biographical-comedy-crime 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.
Aug 20, 2019 · Then, through a series of events that became fodder for two books and a movie, his world of power and privilege blew apart. As told in the movie The Informant! (based on the book by journalist Kurt Eichenwald), Whitacre spent three years as a mole for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, gathering evidence about a price-fixing conspiracy at