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    The Osterman Weekend

    An outspoken television personality, John Tanner (Rutger Hauer) has an annual tradition of going away with three college buddies. John then is convinced by the CIA that his friends are engaged in a conspiracy that threatens national security.
    Duration: 103 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1983
    IMDb: 5.9
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  • Actors of "The Osterman Weekend"

  • Characters of "The Osterman Weekend"

    John Tanner. Character of The Osterman Weekend
    Played by: Rutger Hauer
    Lawrence Fassett. Character of The Osterman Weekend
    Played by: John Hurt
    Bernard Osterman. Character of The Osterman Weekend
  • Directors of "The Osterman Weekend"

    Sam Peckinpah. Director of The Osterman Weekend
    Sam Peckinpah
    Birthdate: 21 February 1925, Fresno, California, USA
  • Creators of "The Osterman Weekend"

    Robert Ludlum. Director of The Osterman Weekend
    Robert Ludlum
    Birthdate: 25 May 1927, New York City, New York, USA
    Ian Masters. Director of The Osterman Weekend
    Ian Masters
  • Critic Reviews of "The Osterman Weekend"

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    I don't demand that all movies make sense. I sometimes enjoy movies that make no sense whatsoever, if that's their intention. But a thriller is supposed to hold together in some sort of logical way, isn't it?

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    Some individual sequences -- including a car chase early in the film - have the lunatic humor that might have made the rest of the film bearable, though probably nothing would justify the film's final blood bath.

    Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    The structure is a mess (the film was recut against Peckinpah's wishes), which ultimately makes it difficult to tell whether its oddly compelling qualities are the result of a coherent artistic strategy or the cynical carelessness of a director sidelined.

    August 11, 2011

    Too bad this confusing, incoherent satirical espionage thriller turned out to be the swan song of Sam Peckinpah,who made so many good films (The Wild Bunch).

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    March 31, 2010

    A wild ride into Cold War paranoia and the dangers of technocracy.

    TV Guide
    August 30, 2006

    Director Sam Peckinpah's final film is certainly not among his best, but it is interesting nonetheless.

    Film Freak Central
    August 31, 2004

    Never been more current than it is now--and if it's imperfect, it's imperfect in exactly the right way.

    Combustible Celluloid
    March 29, 2004

    Despite some script contrivances, it finds Peckinpah high in the saddle again and full of the same old thunder and lightning.

    Creative Loafing
    March 22, 2004

    A muddled thriller ... Peckinpah seems more interested in shooting laughable action sequences and exposing the bare breasts of his actresses than in relating a coherent story.
    June 19, 2001

    Sam Peckinpah's final movie is stylish, has loads of nudity and other debauchery, and makes virtually no sense at all. Cheers!
    January 01, 2000

    It rattles along well enough as a thriler of the political paranoia variety.

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