2012. 120 min. R. Violence, language, Mike Wallace clips. IMDB says... As the Iranian revolution reaches a boiling point, a CIA 'exfiltration' specialist concocts a risky plan to free six Americans who have found shelter at the home of the Canadian ambassador. The 73rd Virgin says... This is the best first-run movie I’ve seen this year. It is pretty much perfect. Tense, fast moving, very funny in spots and with a sense of sympathy for these small actors on the real world stage. The only comparison that pops to mind is “Apollo 13” and this is about as good. We are immediately immersed in 1979 with the Warner Brothers logo in the mod rounded font of the era and even some spots on the film. It is like we are back in the god-awful tunnel-style mall-based multiplexes with which the movie business was trying to commit suicide at the time, before VHS and then classy cineplexes came along to save it. In a clever opening we briefly review...