The Limey

The Limey

The Limey

The supreme Terence Stamp leads Steven Soderbergh's 1999 crime drama as an ex-con seeking to avenge his daughter's death. But to piece it all together, the Englishman will have to go through a world of pain... and deliver some for himself.

1999Rating: R13, Violence & offensive language89 minsUSA
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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

(Stamp and Fonda's) polar-opposition in acting styles and temperament, their cultural differences and their pop-cultural synergy come together with almost delicious cacophony.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Among Soderbergh's widely varied films, this one actually has the best chance of becoming anyone's sentimental favorite.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

In its quiet and murderous way, it is like the delayed final act of an old movie about drugs, guns and revenge.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

This intelligent, oddly aloof thriller is a worthy follow-up to director Steven Soderberg's "Out of Sight."

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

A first-rate crime thriller and further proof that Soderbergh is one of our great contemporary film stylists.

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