Release Date : Mar 30, 2007 Wide Genre Movie :Mystery & Suspense,Drama
Mpaa Rating : R
Actors :Joseph Gordon-Levitt,Jeff Daniels,Matthew Goode,Isla Fisher,Carla Gugino,Bruce McGill,Alberta Watson,Alex Borstein,Sergio Di Zio,David Huband,Laura Vandervoort
A former high-school hockey star handicapped in a tragic car accident becomes an unlikely ally to a crack team of determined bank robbers in this thriller starring Jeff Daniels and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. When his promising career on the ice is suddenly cut short, former athlete Chris Pratt (Gordon-Levitt) goes to work as a janitor in a local bank. Cleaning floors soon gives way to criminal enterprise when the onetime puck-slinger is recruited to help clean out the very bank that employs him. Screenwriter Scott Frank (Out of Sight and Minority Report) makes his directorial debut, working from his own original screenplay. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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New Review For Movie The LookoutFrank has cooked up an interesting moral dilemma for a character ill-equipped to deal with one. Chris has made one big mistake. Is he up for another?
Roger Moore-Orlando Sentinel
Amy Simmons-Time Out
There's nothing here you haven't seen before, and even the pleasant hum of a well-tuned engine begins to drone a little.
David Fear-Time Out New York
A straight-ahead drama, perfectly accessible though psychologically intricate, coupled shrewdly to a crime thriller.
Joe Morgenstern-Wall Street Journal
The movie is sometimes deliberately paced, then intensifies at unlikely moments, artfully blending pulse-stopping, nerve-jangling suspense with sharp dialogue and nuanced portrayals.
Claudia Puig-USA Today
This is Scott Frank's first feature as a director, and it speaks of more good things to come.
Peter Howell-Toronto Star
A professional script professionally shot, rather than a personal story burning to be told
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion
First-time director Scott Frank, who penned Out of Sight and Minority Report, shapes some sharp noirish notes.
Tom Meek-Boston Phoenix
The best young actor in movies today may well be Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Tony Macklin-Fayetteville Free Weekly
The vast majority of his veteran contemporaries should be so lucky as to have their best dramas be as engrossing as Frank's first.
Lookout for this one and grab it.
Kamal 'The Diva' Larsuel-3BlackChicks Review
Maybe in 10 more years we'll be saying how weird it is that Gordon-Levitt used to play all those parts requiring him to crouch in corners taking other people's abuse. We should cross our fingers and put in a request for romantic comedy now.
Jonathan Kiefer-Sacramento News & Review
Twisty heist flick is saved by star's performance.
Cynthia Fuchs-Common Sense Media
Most noirs are coming of age stories where an innocent learns how vicious and cruel the world can be. Only he usually learns it while a hunk of hot lead burns in his gut.
Brian Holcomb-Beyond Hollywood
El asunto no es terriblemente novedoso, pero es un efectivo thriller construido sobre la base de personajes interesantes y alguna vuelta de turca final considerablemente lógica.
Enrique Buchichio-Uruguay Total
Strong performances fill this terrific crime drama.
Wesley Lovell-Cinema Sight
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Joseph Proimakis-Movies for the Masses
A perfect little movie about flawed characters.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
Solid, if somewhat derivative filmmaking. A quiet thriller with some great performances.
Bruce Bennett-Spectrum (St. George, Utah)
The straightforward routine story has plot holes you can drive a tractor through and a screenplay that's too clean for the messy story it's spinning.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Certain scenes feel too glib and stagey, as though they've been doused with pop video gloss - particularly the snow, which surely had its own assistant, make-up artist and trailer.
Amber Wilkinson-Eye for Film
Engaging, smartly directed thriller with fantastic performances from Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jeff Daniels, though the script commits a couple of glaring errors along the way.
The Lookout is a well made psychological thriller which only disappoints with its ending.
Derek Malcolm-This is London
Full of memorable dialogue and sharp performances, it's let down only by its perfunctory climax.
It's a pity Frank is too busy laying on the wintry atmospherics to make the story grip as it should.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
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Movie Overview For The LookoutChris is a once promising high school athlete whose life is turned upside down following a tragic accident. As he tries to maintain a normal life, he takes a job as a janitor at a bank, where he ultimately finds himself caught up in a planned heist.
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