The Fourth Protocol

  • 1987
  • Movie
  • R
  • Spy, Thriller

Frederick Forsyth's three previous novels to be made into movies (THE DAY OF THE JACKAL, THE ODESSA FILE, and THE DOGS OF WAR) were of variable quality. This time, Forsyth took a much more active role, writing the screenplay and functioning as the executive producer, but the result is hardly impressive. Based on reported fact (at least among espionage buffs),...read more

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01:19 — A British intelligence agent tracks a Russian spy planted in England to build and detonate an atomic bomb. Good tension-inspiring performances!
The Fourth Protocol
03:00 — A British intelligence agent tracks a Russian spy planted in England to build and detonate an atomic bomb. Good tension-inspiring performances!

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  • Released: 1987
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Frederick Forsyth's three previous novels to be made into movies (THE DAY OF THE JACKAL, THE ODESSA FILE, and THE DOGS OF WAR) were of variable quality. This time, Forsyth took a much more active role, writing the screenplay and functioning as the executiv… (more)

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