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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Wee Hunk's rating of the film The Kremlin Letter

    The script had me guessing the whole time. Turns out Patrick O'Neal does make quite a good leading man. His job is difficult because he's on a mission, and he doesn't know what the mission is. During training for the mission he must teach a beautiful young woman the art of love. Then he gets over to Russia, and must seduce the wife of a VIP. This guy is pretty lucky except for the people trying to kill him.

  2. Marco Pierrard's rating of the film The Kremlin Letter

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film The Kremlin Letter

    Scénario des plus classiques pour une réalisation finalement fort peu convaincante. La prestation cinématographique moyenne du grand John Huston provoque une amère déception. A voir, sans plus, pour le remarquable casting et quelques scènes nerveuses plutôt bien agencées... www.cinefiches.com

  4. Terry_Moby's rating of the film The Kremlin Letter

    Very complicated, muddled and weird. But the look of it all and the overall atmoshere of this oddity are just great. Even if I don't really understand it, it's full of memorable scenes and great performances.

  5. Daniel S.'s rating of the film The Kremlin Letter

    Enjoyable spy movie with some of the most recognizable international mugs of the time. George Sanders and Orson Welles's class is bursting out while the shadow of Peter Sturdevant, the invisible master spy thought dead, is lingering on the Moscow snow. Now did Bryan Singer and Christopher McQuarrie see this film when they were writing Keyser Söze's character for The Usual Suspects ? Certainly. Recommended.

  6. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film The Kremlin Letter

    It's extremely convoluted but still worthwhile. A group of semi-governmental agents sneak into Russia to expose a corrupt politician and retrieve a letter that may expose one of them as a traitor. There's terrific performances by Richard Boone and Patrick O'Neal & George Sanders as a drag queen/spy. Orson Welles is the chief Russian villain(?) Max von Sydow and Bibi Andersson are a kinky KGB couple.