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Directors of "The Kingdom"Peter BergBirthdate: 11 March 1964, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "The Kingdom"Matthew Michael Carnahan
Critic Reviews of "The Kingdom"Tom Charity CNN.comNovember 30, 2007
The Kingdom works as an exotic action thriller, but its politics are so choked on checks and balances it cancels itself out.Jonathan F. Richards Film.comOctober 07, 2007
When it's got the pedal to the metal, which is a substantial fraction of the running time, The Kingdom delivers the goods.David Edelstein New York Magazine/VultureOctober 06, 2007
Sensationally directed by Peter Berg.Dave Calhoun Time OutOctober 05, 2007
A terrifically stupid film. Dumb, dumb, dumb.Richard Corliss TIME MagazineOctober 02, 2007
Everything moves so much and so fast that the movie seems both gutsy and brainy. But the main strategy is to keep viewers' pulses racing so they concentrate on the action, not the message.Rob Nelson Chicago Sun-TimesOctober 01, 2007
One could say [director Peter Berg] shoots first and asks questions later, if at all.Fernando F. Croce CinePassionAugust 27, 2009
There's no real difference between choreographing a bloody jihadist skirmish and a gridiron matchLeo Goldsmith Reverse ShotAugust 08, 2009
A good deal more Transformers than Syriana, a movie that drapes a crisp, lightly browsed copy of The Economist over an enormous pubescent boner for grinding metal, busted glass, and crackling gunfire.Dragan Antulov Index.hrJuly 15, 2009
izgubljen u bespu%u0107ima bliskoisto%u010Dne zbiljnostiAlonso Duralde MSNBCMay 01, 2008
[I]t fails in its attempt to be a serious drama with important things to say about the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East.Jeff Bayer The Scorecard ReviewMarch 03, 2008
...Jamie Foxx leading his team of experts into uncharted territory, which then leads to the longest, best action sequence of the year.Brandon Fibbs Colorado Springs GazetteFebruary 28, 2008
Of this fall's post-9/11, Iraq-conscious lineup, The Kingdom may be the most unobjectionable, accessible and, ultimately, most entertaining.
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