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Reviews Featuring Dustin Hoffman
One of the triumphs of the 1980s, this is a movie Tom Cruises career is unlikely ever to top.
A good con film, but unfortunately in a world full of great ones. Worth, however, seeing more than once, which cannot be said of a lot of other films.
This story of one producer's contribution to Hollywood's finest period the late 1960s and 1970s all packaged like a hyperbolic pitch for a schmaltzy blockbuster. Self-mythologisation has never been so fascinating, and so fun.
Well made and strongly-performed, but lacking in that spark needed to make it memorable.
With a perfect cast and multi-layered plot, it rattles along like a runaway train - a thrilling enough ride, even if it must come crashing at the end.
Discover the power of imagination with this enchanting tale of the original boy who never grew up.
This intelligent and quirky trip beneath the surface of human existence is either a profound marvel or a meaningless absurdity but either way, thats life, and aint life funny!
A return visit well worth making. In adding some new names, a new scenario, and plenty of new laughs, the bods behind Meet the Fockers have come up with a winner.
Put this much-loved silly 60s coming-of-ager into your DVD player and let it seduce you.
Better than your typical family film, Kung Fu Panda has all the laughs, love, and action you could hope for in any movie, let alone one about a noodle-selling panda doing Kung Fu.
Schlesinger's classic Seventies tale of the American Dream gone wrong, starring a very young John Voight and a very small Dustin Hoffman. Most definitely not a Western.
One of the best thrillers and finest Dustin Hoffman films out there. But... is it safe?
Don't be put off by the synopsis. A film about perfume and sniffing really can be a dark, intriguing thriller.
The performances of Billy Connolly, Maggie Smith and company make this simple but entertaining Dustin Hoffman-driven comedy drama a success.