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    Fifty Dead Men Walking

    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.
    Duration: 117 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.9
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  • Actors of "Fifty Dead Men Walking"

  • Characters of "Fifty Dead Men Walking"

    Grace. Character of Fifty Dead Men Walking
    Played by: Rose McGowan
  • Directors of "Fifty Dead Men Walking"

    Kari Skogland. Director of Fifty Dead Men Walking
    Kari Skogland
  • Creators of "Fifty Dead Men Walking"

    Martin McGartland. Director of Fifty Dead Men Walking
    Martin McGartland
    Nicholas Davies. Director of Fifty Dead Men Walking
    Nicholas Davies
  • Critic Reviews of "Fifty Dead Men Walking"

    Entertainment Weekly
    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.

    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.

    New York Daily News
    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.

    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.

    Boston Globe
    August 20, 2009

    Fifty Dead Men Walking provides another example of what happens when mediocre moviemaking meets an interesting life.

    AV Club
    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.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    July 13, 2015

    An action-packed historical Irish thriller.

    Digital Spy
    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.

    What Culture
    March 13, 2011

    A 'war on terror' thriller set in Ireland? Surprisingly, it works.

    Eye for Film
    September 14, 2009

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

    September 11, 2009

    One of the more absorbing and riveting portraits of The Troubles since 1993's In the Name of the Father.

    Monsters and Critics
    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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