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The movie follows a couple of intelligence officer Max Vatan and French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour who falls in love during a mission to kill a German official. However, their relationship is soon tested by the pressures of war.
Zemeckis's formidably staunch and precise technique, itself a nostalgic vestige of classic Hollywood movies, seals up the movie's joints and keeps the air of life out; it's a suffocated, lifeless adventure.
Allied has good moments and manages to entertain with its action sequences, but unfortunately it doesn't have enough energy to impact like the movie that tries to convince us that it is. [Full review in Spanish]
Zemeckis ... seems uncertain whether to treat the tale as a wrenching saga of split loyalties or as a glamorous jaunt. Having gathered all the ingredients for derring-do, he forgets to turn up the heat, and the derring never does.