Shattered Glass details
|Starring:||Peter Sarsgaard, Hank Azaria, Hayden Christensen, Steve Zahn, Rosario Dawson|
|Studio:||ICON HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||20 Sep 2004|
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Fancy something different ....By Kevin Scott from Herne Bay , 04 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Fed up and bored with the usual buildings exploding ,time bombs being disabled with seconds to go ,the bad guy coming back to life after having been stabbed , shot and fallen 100 feet from a building , maniacal car chases and so on then you might enjoy this film.
There is no sex , no violence and.... err ... no action.
But it is a very enjoyable film with an unusual and refreshing theme.
It is well acted throughout and I recommend it.
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Very interesting storyBy Chantal (1124 reviews) from London , 26 Oct 2006At 1st it sounds a bit confusing and you don't understand the point of this movie but if you hang in there it starts to be fascinating
Darth ScrawlBy a customer from Glasgow , 14 Oct 2006Christensen plays a very sympathetic portrayal of a confused, over-stressed journalist forced to fudge stories to beat deadlines and expectations.
Solid back up from Sevigny and Staarsgard, but disappointed myself when I watched the 60 minute interview with the real Glass afterwards. He was totally unlikeable and I lost all the sympathy the flim had garnered.
different & goodBy sandy b from Morecambe, Lancs. 2006 , 16 Aug 2006A true story , it is a very enjoyable film with an unusual and refreshing theme. If you need a break from action films give this a go .
Great!By Melissa from Reading, UK , 09 May 2006Not what I expected at all, I loved the story line though and there was some good acting. Very gripping - you really end up caring for the characters and the insight it provides into the journalism world is certainly interesting (I'm not sure how accurate it was though!) Based on a true story which makes it even better.
Not badBy Linda Armstrong from Belfast, N Ireland , 02 Dec 2005Not a bad film loved his audacity, just shows if you have enough brass neck and a trustworthy manner you can get away with anything