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User review rating: 0 January 05, 2007

Great !!

User review rating: 0 October 16, 2006

eh....blah.......left the theatre after 10min

User review rating: 0 October 15, 2006

I havent seen this movie and i`m not going to, but i did see the trailer and i have never seen such a terrible a regurrgitation attempt of a movie (and yes i can tell by the trailer). i saw "capote" and even that wasn`t very good. How can directors keep getting the green light for garbage like this? I`m only upset that the new james bond sank so low as to be inthis movie. The following box office results will only prove my point. Stop polluting hollywood! Thank you

User review rating: 0 October 14, 2006

I don`t get it - why make another Capote when the first one was so good?

User review rating: 0 October 14, 2006

Déjà vu all over again? Not quite. Although Infamous covers the same terrain as Capote, it is a very different film—less freighted with moody gravity but with its own way of conveying how the aftermath of the Clutter murders helped trigger Capote’s eventual decline into despair and addiction. Comic moments are also plentiful. Played with uncanny verisimilitude by English actor Toby Jones, this Capote is as winsome as he is self-absorbed, strewing sparkling witticisms wherever he goes, his choirboy bangs and eager mannerisms underlining why many pronounced him “adorable.”

User review rating: 0 October 14, 2006

Bad BAD bad. should have stopped witht the movie Capote. the gay prison scenes were disturbing and if you must see it, wait for video.

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