Fellow movie-goers: Awesome film from start to finish.
Here’s the premise: The Infiltrator is based on the real-life story of former U.S. Customs and Drug Enforcement Agent Robert “Bob” Mazur, who went undercover in the 1980s as a Tampa businessman to help bring down bankers who laundered tens of millions of dollars for Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) does a fantastic job with his portrayal of Mazur, he embodies the DE agent to the tee. Knowing the story of Mazur, I was hoping they would give this movie the respect it deserves and screen writer Ellen Sue Brown, Director Brad Furman, and the terrific actors in the film all did just that.
This was very well done on so many levels, the story was spot on with the real life story of Mazur; with a story like this you do not need to add anything. The film was very well paced and never gets boring in the least, and the acting is so good, you can feel every single emotion the characters all feel and you put yourself in their place.
Great movie and I highly recommend it.