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★★★★★

“Based on events that actually happened, "Changeling"...”

Written on: 11/11/2008 by Bozinator (23 reviews written)

Good Points
Cast, story, director.

General Comments
Based on events that actually happened, "Changeling" is the latest from director Clint Eastwood and it proves just how good he is. It is 1928 Los Angeles and Angelina Jolie plays a mother who's ten year old son goes missing. The police are at first reluctant to do anything but five months later they tell her they have found her son. Problem is, it's not her son and when Jolie won't shut up about her still missing son the police feel they must take steps to keep her quiet. John Malkovich plays the minister of a large church downtown that does a weekly radio broadcast about the corruption within the city and the police department in particular, so he takes up Jolie's cause. Within this story there is another going on that could lead to finding the missing boy but Jeffrey Donovan, the head of the Children's Bureau within the corrupt police department, just wants it all to go away and will do whatever it takes to make that happen. This movie has a great cast, a good story and an excellent director to put it all together. A must see film.

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