DiCaprio captures inner G-man in 'J. Edgar'

  • Article by: COLIN COVERT
  • Updated: November 11, 2011 - 11:24 AM

REVIEW: In the title role of Clint Eastwood's portrait of one of the most admired and feared figures in U.S. government, Leonardo DiCaprio turns in his most fully realized performance.

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smartyy1Nov. 11, 1111:49 AM

At this time, Leonardo DiCaprio is the best dramatic actor in film. He especially gifted at playing the roles of "heavies"

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tkl52545Nov. 11, 11 2:53 PM

Also, I think Clint Eastwood has directed more good movies over the last 10 years than any other director.

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jtaggartNov. 16, 11 4:37 PM

More twisted interpretations of history and historical characters out of Hollyweird. This screenplay was written by a liberal activist and is nothing but agitprop. This is the same guy who wrote Milk, if that tells you anything. JE Hoover being gay is news to all those old FBI agents who knew him. The Hollyweird Left will never get over those House & Senate hearings routing out Commies back in the 1950's. That's all this movie is about, dishonestly smearing an historical character. Liberals insulting Conservatives. Two thumbs WAY down. Sorry Clint, you've lost me on this one.

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