The Life Of David Gale details
|Starring:||Kate Winslet, Kate Winslet, Laura Linney, Cleo King, Kevin Spacey, Matt Craven, Elizabeth Gast, Rhona Mitra, Gabriel Mann|
|Collections:||100 Top Thrillers|
The Life Of David Gale
|Run time:||2 hours 10 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 Sep 2003|
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Power performance!By Jimboy from London , 24 Oct 2003
[Highly rated reviewer]Spacey is a gem and his performance here is nothing short of suberb. he has that Anthony Hopkins-like smirk and menacing presence that leaves you guessing as to his guilt or innocence throughout the entire movie.
The plot has been well stiched together as its one of those stories that leaving you wondering long after the credits role.
Everybody has an opinion on the death penalty and I venture to say most people will have something to say about this movie!
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Spacey does it again.. amazing filmBy Ryman (17 reviews) from Bristol UK , 11 May 2013another great film with Kevin Spacey in. a Very clever, thought provoking film. great acting, great casting, great story and very glad i watched it. would defo recomend this to anyone that likes a good thriller. superb!!!
Suspense and thrills!By samhainmum (3 reviews) , 09 May 2013A fantastic thriller, played brilliantly by the cast, Spacey, Winslett and Linney are all wonderful and play they roles so believably. The plot keeps you on the edge of your seat and the twists are brilliantly timed and played. A definite must see movie.
Very good watchable dramaBy The KnightWatcher (627 reviews) from Gloucestershire , 04 Apr 2013Kate Winslet. Story about case against capital punishment. Kevin Spacey is excellent in this very good film of depth .Tense and gripping drama.
Spellbinding and grippingBy cataloggy (12 reviews) , 24 Feb 2013Tense death row drama. Unpicking reality, it builds steadily to an exciting climax. What a treat for Kevin Spacey fans!
Tenseful from begining to end.By filmsaremypassion (149 reviews) from Bexhill , 23 Feb 2013With fantastic pefomaces that shouldve had the accemdy owe them oscar nod and a tense, rollarcoaster of emotions storyline, The life of David Gale, will sink into your skin and never let go even after the surprise twist at the final few minutes. Kevin Spacey is fantasic as Gale, a man on death row after the brutal rape n murder of his friend. He asks for journerlist Bitsey Bloom played by brilliantly flawless Kate Winselt to write down his life story from successful teacher to a broken down man accused for a crime he may or may not have comitted. The tension builds from the moment the film begins, it is unsettling at times and will use your emotions constanly plus making you think is he innocent or capable to kill. Its one I definaly reccomend you must see.