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Jason Wallis Despite the hype, ‘Tinker, Tailor’ is old-fashioned snooze-fest

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3 comments:

  • Stephen Wiebe posted at 10:22 am on Sat, Jan 21, 2012.

    Stephen Wiebe Posts: 17

    Got around to watching Tinker, and I actually quite liked it. I think I would have been pretty confused if I had watched it in a theater though. I was able to watch it at home with the benefit of pause and rewind, and I think that helped quite a bit in understanding everything that was going on.

     
  • Stephen Wiebe posted at 12:30 pm on Sat, Jan 14, 2012.

    Stephen Wiebe Posts: 17

    I haven't seen Tinker yet, although it's still on my to-watch list. Is your top 10 list published online? I don't see it.

     
  • Eileen Ryan-Carbin posted at 4:19 pm on Fri, Jan 13, 2012.

    jaydan Posts: 1

    I thought Tinker was really good. Good story, good acting, good cinematography and unlike many who have criticized it for being too complicated, thought the complication to be a strength because it allows us to be a detective as well. It also had alot of emotion and the ending was beautiful and satisfying.

     

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