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“The Sum of all Fears”

published 18/08/2002

AdvantagesNail biting stuff! James Cromwell as the President and Freeman as the head of CIA

DisadvantagesSlow in places, Cop out bits, Affleck as Ryan

...In light of September 11th, a lot of films in Hollywood had to be pushed back due to the sensitive nature of the film. The US could no longer be arrogant in their film making having 1 man versus terrorist type films (though it didn?t stop Arnie in the abysmal Collateral Damage!). If you watched The Peacemaker now, you would know what I mean! The Sum of All Fears is another film based...

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AdvantagesGreat storyline, strong characters, tantalising

DisadvantagesSome people get annoying

...Sum Of All Fears Once again, this is a thrilling read from worldwide bestseller Tom Clancy. To illustrate my point, I stayed up until 2.15am to finish this book, as I couldn’t possibly put it down! To start, I’ll give you the blurb from the back cover (or in this case, from the inside front cover, as I borrowed it from my school library and it’s a rather old copy!):...

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“Sum of all fears”

published 06/09/2002



...Ryan fan or not. The flaws I speak of in this movie are within the story itself and its consistency with the previous films in the Jack Ryan series. The film places Affleck's character as a CIA analyst without a family to speak of. In the previous films, Ryan's family is not only present, but fundamental to Patriot Games. At first I summed this up to be a prequel to the other movies, which would...

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