The General's Daughter details
|Starring:||John Travolta, James Woods, James Cromwell, Timothy Hutton, Clarence Williams, Madeline Stowe|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
The General's Daughter
|Run time:||1 hour 52 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Nov 2000|
|Dubbed:||German, Czech, Hungarian|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Turkish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Average thriller with above average performancesBy Darth Egregious from London , 12 Jul 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]It was okay, certainly I wasn't bored. I won't say the ending is predictable, but its hardly the revelation it makes itself out to be. Enjoyable performances all round (particularly from my beloved James Woods, as always) keep the plot ticking along nicely. A sound choice for an evening's rental.
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Generally very good.By The KnightWatcher (629 reviews) from Gloucestershire , 11 Mar 2013John Travolta. A US army generals popular daughter (herself a captain) is found raped and murdered. Travolta investigates and uncovers a shocking major scandal. It is a little contrived but is a very good action drama / thriller.
Enough intrigue to keep you watching!By ponolops (28 reviews) from Devon , 17 Nov 2012I love John Travolta, so I wasn't surprised that the film was good.
It has some neat twists and turns and is never boring.
I recommend it.
Best movie seen in a long time!By denis007 (167 reviews) , 31 Mar 2012Lots of action, uncertainty reigns until the very end, unsuspected culprit, excellent thriller! To be advised to those who enjoys thriller without seeing explosions all over the place.
A harrowing taleBy a customer , 18 Nov 2011I am glad I watched this film but I don't thinks I'd watch it again. From a woman's point of view it is quite harrowing because of what happends to the General's daughter, and I don't think justice is really served.
If you like films that keep you guessing!By a customer , 10 Sep 2011John Travolta is like a bloodhound in his quest to find out what happened to the lovely lady that helped him change his flat tyre. The twists and turns in the story keep you guessing right to the end. A great film to watch!