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Fifty Dead Men Walking
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Fifty Dead Men Walking

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Martin McGartland (Jim Sturgess) is a 21-year-old street boy who lives in North Ireland. The film is based on his story set in 1980s and released in 2008. He is a spy from the British police to inform various attacks of IRA, which prevents serial attacks . After his cover is blown, his lives and family is threatened. Eventually, he is shot and died in Canada.
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Times-Picayune
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September 11, 2009

One of the more absorbing and riveting portraits of The Troubles since 1993's In the Name of the Father.
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Digital Spy
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July 14, 2011

Fifty Dead Men Walking is a largely uninvolving crime thriller that fails to do justice to the intriguing story of an informant within the IRA.
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New York Daily News
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August 21, 2009

Sturgess is solid and Kingsley predictably sneaky, but the atmosphere -- scurries through the Catholic/Protestant border, tense stand-offs, spontaneous riots -- is what's genuinely gripping.
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Monsters and Critics
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August 28, 2009

Although the ranks of great IRA films are swelling rapidly this combination of political history and mystery suspense masterwork is one of the best.
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New York Times

August 21, 2009

A streamlined, adrenalized thriller that is not as deep as it would like to appear, treads a retrospective political tightrope.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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July 13, 2015

An action-packed historical Irish thriller.
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Entertainment Weekly
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August 26, 2009

Jim Sturgess makes a believable cocky lad who signs on for the con; an oddly bewigged Ben Kingsley is fussier and too actorly as his handler.
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What Culture
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March 13, 2011

A 'war on terror' thriller set in Ireland? Surprisingly, it works.
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Boston Globe
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August 20, 2009

Fifty Dead Men Walking provides another example of what happens when mediocre moviemaking meets an interesting life.
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Eye for Film
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September 14, 2009

Despite trying a little too hard to be cool and edgy, this is nevertheless an entertaining thriller with a decent twist.
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Chicago Tribune

August 21, 2009

Skogland is a crisp and efficient storyteller. She keeps the players vivid and relatively honest, and never shies away from the brutalities.
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AV Club
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August 20, 2009

What makes Fifty Dead Men work is the story's sheer moral complexity, which dares viewers to sympathize with anyone onscreen for more than a few minutes at a time.
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