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ReelViews - 9/10 by James BerardinelliBody of Lies neither panders nor condescends. It involves current events and has a political viewpoint, but it overplays neither.
TV Guide Magazine - 9/10 by Perry SeibertThe crisply photographed and edited Body of Lies reveals some ambition, for while it certainly works as pure entertainment, this tale of a good man trying to extract himself from an impossible situation offers some commentary on America's feelings about being in Iraq.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Ty BurrIt's a genre film - the action is fierce and nonstop - with a brooding undercurrent of unease that aims for the complexities of John le Carre.
Baltimore Sun - 8/10 by Michael SragowLeonardo DiCaprio brings straight-razor reflexes and rooted emotion to the role of a deceptively rugged CIA man.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by William ArnoldAs good as it is in pieces, its protagonists are distancing, its story is tangled, its film-noir cynicism is oppressive and unglamorous, and it just doesn't leave us with the satisfying unity of the kind of great movie it wants to be.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Keith PhippsIt's not like the screens are so flooded with decent movies that we couldn't use another, particularly a timely, clear-eyed thriller about the Middle East and the role of the U.S. therein.
Rolling Stone - 8/10 by Peter TraversThe result is commendably non-West-centric, but no less sentimentally conceived.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertBody of Lies is a James Bond plot inserted into today's headlines. The film wants to be persuasive in its expertise about modern spycraft, terrorism, the CIA and Middle East politics. But its hero is a lone ranger who operates in three countries, single-handedly creates a fictitious terrorist organization, and survives explosions, gunfights, and brutal torture.
Village Voice - 8/10 by Scott FoundasIts generic attributes (and title) notwithstanding, Scott's film may be the sharpest of all the post-9/11 thrillers--and also the most purely entertaining--in the way it maps the vectors and currents of the modern intelligence-gathering game without losing us in its dense narrative thicket.
Portland Oregonian - 7/10 by Marc MohanDoesn't have much new to offer in either style or substance. It's got the same glossy-gritty urban warfare sheen as "Black Hawk Down" and every other Third-World geopolitical action thriller of the last few years.

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