The Infiltrator


"The Infiltrator" is based on an autobiography by Robert Mazur. Mazur (Cranston) is a Customs and Excise Agent who also goes under the alias Bob Musella. Mazur assumes the life of a hot-shot money launderer in order to trap Colombia's most corrupt bankers and mafia members.

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Untold billions are laundered in The Infiltrator, while Pablo Escobar’s Medellín cartel moves mountains of cocaine into U.S. markets. But the drug of choice here is acting, and ...
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Bryan Cranston gets a film role worthy of his ability to break bad in a tensely exciting true-life drama of undercover drug agents.
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Still, Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) gives the whole picture a delightfully retro ‘80s vibe, capturing the seediness of South Florida and ratcheting up the tension: No matter how ...
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Actor moves from meth maker to cocaine buster in this true-life undercover tale, and the results remain addictive.
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“The Infiltrator” is ultimately a solid, if not exceptional, Scorsese takeoff, one that has just enough spunk and wit to make up for its often-apparent shortcomings. It doesn’t ...
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Bryan Cranston entertains with dangerous spy game.
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