Anton Corbijn’s masterful adaptation of John Le Carré’s spy thriller will leave you missing Philip Seymour Hoffman more than ever, writes Tim Robey Read more.
David Denby is “completely held” by the latest le Carré adaptation, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman. Read more.
The Guardian newspaper invites you to a preview screening of the film, followed by a panel discussion on the Secret World since 9/11. Book now. Read more.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s penultimate film, A Most Wanted Man, features him as a dishevelled secret agent in the twilight of his career. John le Carré reflects on where fact took over from fiction in The Sunday Times. Read more.
Asks David Denby in The New Yorker. Read more.
Nick Dent reviews A Most Wanted Man for Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph on the film’s release in Australia. Read more.
Kenneth Turan urges readers to “see this crackerjack thriller, at once brooding, claustrophobic and unbearably tense.” Read more.
For Manohla Dargis, “Mr. Hoffman’s performance is so finely etched — and the story so irresistible — that the film becomes, almost inescapably, something of a last testament.” Read more.
From the red carpet, director Anton Corbijn pays homage to the movie’s star. Read more.
Ahead of the New York Premiere tonight, don’t miss this excerpt from A Most Wanted Man. The film is in screens across the US from Friday. .