Atom User Reviews for Operation Finale
overwhelming - very powerful and thoughtful Please don't talk through movie - read a little background before you see it so you don't need to ask your seatmate
Ben Kingsley elevates his role but it’s sluggish and uncomplicated.
Ben Kingsley’s was amazing
It shows the incredible lengths that Israel followed to bring this monster to justice alive, when it would have been easier to just kill him.
I was a small child when this happened. It made that whole chapter in our history real for me. As an African American I absolutely get it. Everyone should see this. Good movie but more importantly learn our history so we don’t do it again!
The cast is superb and the flow from scene to scene is smooth.
True story that helps us remember, in order not to repeat the Holocaust - NEVER AGAIN!
Definitely has a number of minor plot holes and miss-steps, but a story of this scale is bound to have some. The writing as a whole was well done and the directors really played with some unique and controversial ideas that left me thoughtful and impressed. I recommend for Isaacs performance alone!
it was very well done
Great historical film with superb acting and cinematography
Very well done and informative to all people.
great historical movie
Well written history. Educational
Very interesting and intense “based on” true story of the apprehension of Adolf Eichmann. Sir Ben Kingsley proves why he is one of the world’s greatest actors.
Speechless. Go see it.
Speechless. History is the most accurate way to predict the future.
Great movie. Wonderful performances and a story that truly deserves to be told
good, but not great. I enjoyed the history of it.
This movie, is an accurate representation for the time it was made in, and a combination of a slow-moving methodical drama, that never feels too long.
It was a good movie interesting but I didn't understand it
Was a good movie just was a little slow moving in the middle.
A serviceable thriller, kind of an “Argo” in Argentina, replete with ornate preparations, plans gone awry and narrow escapes.
Given the magnitude and complexity of the topic, an entertaining film is almost irrelevant, at moments trivializing. This particular story cries out to be viewed through a new, fresh lens. Otherwise, why are we hearing it? Why now?
Isaac and Kingsley bring quite a bit to Orton's dialogue, sometimes seeming to mean it at face value and sometimes inviting skepticism.