Traffic Movie | Traffic Full Movie | Traffic Movie Online Watch | 2000


Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Benicio Del ToroBenicio Del Toro...Javier Rodríguez
Jacob VargasJacob Vargas...Manolo Sanchez
Andrew ChavezAndrew Chavez...Desert Truck Driver
Michael SaucedoMichael Saucedo...Desert Truck Driver
Tomas MilianTomas Milian...General Arturo Salazar
J.R. YenqueJ.R. Yenque...Salazar Soldier / The Torturer (as Jose Yenque)
Emilio RiveraEmilio Rivera...Salazar Soldier #2
Michael O'NeillMichael O'Neill...Lawyer Rodman
Michael DouglasMichael Douglas...Robert Wakefield
Russell G. JonesRussell G. Jones...Clerk
Lorene HetheringtonLorene Hetherington...State Capitol Reporter #1
Eric CollinsEric Collins...State Capitol Reporter #2
Beau HoldenBeau Holden...DEA Agent - CalTrans
Peter StaderPeter Stader...DEA Agent - CalTrans
James LewJames Lew...DEA Agent - CalTrans
Jeremy FitzgeraldJeremy Fitzgerald...DEA Agent - CalTrans
Russell SolbergRussell Solberg...DEA Agent - CalTrans
Luis GuzmánLuis Guzmán...Ray Castro (as Luis Guzman)
Don CheadleDon Cheadle...Montel Gordon
Don SnellDon Snell...DEA Agent - Trailer
Enrique MurcianoEnrique Murciano...DEA Agent - Trailer
Gary Carlos CervantesGary Carlos Cervantes...DEA Agent - Trailer
Leticia BombardierLeticia Bombardier...Ruiz's Secretary
Miguel FerrerMiguel Ferrer...Eduardo Ruiz
Carl CiarfalioCarl Ciarfalio...Ruiz's Assistant
Steven LambertSteven Lambert...Van Driver (as Steve Lambert)
Gilbert RosalesGilbert Rosales...Van Passenger
Rick AveryRick Avery...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Mario RobertsMario Roberts...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Eileen WeisingerEileen Weisinger...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Keii JohnstonKeii Johnston...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Mike WatsonMike Watson...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Kurt D. LottKurt D. Lott...DEA Agent - Public Storage (as Kurt Lott)
Lincoln SimondsLincoln Simonds...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Steve TomaskiSteve Tomaski...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Buck McDancerBuck McDancer...DEA Agent - Public Storage
John CalleryJohn Callery...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Ousaun ElamOusaun Elam...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Brian AveryBrian Avery...DEA Agent - Public Storage
Corey SpearsCorey Spears...F*****-up Bowman
Majandra DelfinoMajandra Delfino...Vanessa
Topher GraceTopher Grace...Seth Abrahms
Erika ChristensenErika Christensen...Caroline Wakefield
Alec RobertsAlec Roberts...David Ayala
Catherine Zeta-JonesCatherine Zeta-Jones...Helena Ayala
Rena SoferRena Sofer...Helena's Friend
Stacey TravisStacey Travis...Helena's Friend
Jennifer BarkerJennifer Barker...Helena's Friend
Dean FaulknerDean Faulkner...Parking Valet
Albert FinneyAlbert Finney...Chief of Staff
D.W. MoffettD.W. Moffett...Jeff Sheridan
James BrolinJames Brolin...General Ralph Landry
Daniella KuhnDaniella Kuhn...Tourist Woman
Brandon KeenerBrandon Keener...Tourist Man
Bill WeldBill Weld...Governor Bill Weld (as Governor Bill Weld)
George BlumenthalGeorge Blumenthal...Partygoer #1
Stephen DunhamStephen Dunham...Lobbyist
Don NicklesDon Nickles...Senator Don Nickles (as Senator Don Nickles)
Margaret TravoltaMargaret Travolta...Economist
Harry ReidHarry Reid...Senator Harry Reid (as Senator Harry Reid)
Jeff PodolskyJeff Podolsky...Jeff Podolsky
Jewelle BickfordJewelle Bickford...Partygoer #2
Barbara BoxerBarbara Boxer...Senator Barbara Boxer (as Senator Barbara Boxer)
Orrin HatchOrrin Hatch...Senator Orrin Hatch (as Senator Orrin Hatch)
Chuck GrassleyChuck Grassley...Senator Charles Grassley (as Senator Charles Grassley)
Dave HagerDave Hager...Partygoer #3
Tucker SmallwoodTucker Smallwood...Partygoer #4
Steven BauerSteven Bauer...Carlos Ayala
Marisol Padilla SánchezMarisol Padilla Sánchez...Ana Sanchez (as Marisol Padilla Sanchez)
Amy IrvingAmy Irving...Barbara Wakefield
Dennis QuaidDennis Quaid...Arnie Metzger
Clifton Collins Jr.Clifton Collins Jr....Francisco Flores
Víctor QuinteroVíctor Quintero...Salazar Soldier (as Victor Quintero)
Toby HolguinToby Holguin...Salazar Soldier
Ramiro GonzálezRamiro González...Salazar Soldier (as Ramiro Gonzalez)
Viola DavisViola Davis...Social Worker
James Pickens Jr.James Pickens Jr....Prosecutor Ben Williams
Peter RiegertPeter Riegert...Attorney Michael Adler
Elaine KaganElaine Kagan...Judge Reed
John SlatteryJohn Slattery...ADA Dan Collier
Jimmy OrtegaJimmy Ortega...Arrested Man in Apartment (as Jim Ortega)
Greg BonifaceGreg Boniface...Tackled Man #1
Thomas Rosales Jr.Thomas Rosales Jr....Tackled Man #2 (as Tom Rosales)
Rudy M. CamachoRudy M. Camacho...Customs Official
Vonte SweetVonte Sweet...Dealer
Ed BrevingEd Breving...Hotel Deskman
Yul VazquezYul Vazquez...Tigrillo / Obregón Assassin
Jack ConleyJack Conley...Agent Hughes
Eddie VelezEddie Velez...Agent Johnson
Craig N. ChretienCraig N. Chretien...Director of EPIC
John BrownJohn Brown...Assistant Director of EPIC
Mike SiegelMike Siegel...DEA Representative
Joel TorresJoel Torres...Porfilio Madrigal
Stephen J. RoseStephen J. Rose...Marty (as Steve Rose)
Kimber FritzKimber Fritz...Rehab Counselor
Harsh NayyarHarsh Nayyar...Witness #1
Mary Pat GleasonMary Pat Gleason...Witness #2
Vincent M. WardVincent M. Ward...Man on Street (as Vincent Ward)
Benjamin BrattBenjamin Bratt...Juan Obregón
Jsu GarciaJsu Garcia...Pablo Obregón
Gregory EstevaneGregory Estevane...Polygraph Administrator
Alex ProcopioAlex Procopio...Polygraph Assistant
Rita GomezRita Gomez...Mrs. Castro
Kaizaad KotwalKaizaad Kotwal...Teacher (as Kaizaad Navroze Kotwal)
David JensenDavid Jensen...John
Jay KrymisJay Krymis...Waiter #1 (as Jay Fernando Krymis)
Mike MaloneMike Malone...Waiter #2
Rene PereyraRene Pereyra...Doctor
Kymberly NewberryKymberly Newberry...Press Secretary (as Kymberly S. Newberry)
Carroll SchumacherCarroll Schumacher...Ayala Security #1
Ben ScottBen Scott...Ayala Security #2
Michael ShowersMichael Showers...Meeting Leader
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fred AndersonFred Anderson...TV Reporter (uncredited)
David BickfordDavid Bickford...Stan (uncredited)
Robert Randolph CatonRobert Randolph Caton...Corporate Businessman (uncredited)
John ChaponJohn Chapon...Cop (uncredited)
Cecile CincoCecile Cinco...Maid (uncredited)
Adam ClarkAdam Clark...FBI Agent (uncredited)
Chic DanielChic Daniel...DEA Agent (uncredited)
Sonia DebreczeniSonia Debreczeni...Reporter (uncredited)
Alan EasleyAlan Easley...Junkie (uncredited)
Choel EvansChoel Evans...Photojournalist (uncredited)
Rod FielderRod Fielder...Newspaper Photographer (uncredited)
Tony GumaTony Guma...Detective (uncredited)
Valerie HannaValerie Hanna...Witness #3 (uncredited)
Salma HayekSalma Hayek...Rosario (uncredited)
Cathy IronsCathy Irons...Party Planner (uncredited)
Elizabeth JaroszElizabeth Jarosz...High School Student (uncredited)
Dominic KoulianosDominic Koulianos...Reporter (uncredited)
Zachary LindseyZachary Lindsey...Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Meagan Adele LopezMeagan Adele Lopez...Cocktail Party Attendee (uncredited)
Christie McNewChristie McNew...Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Ambrit MillhouseAmbrit Millhouse...Cincinnati Hooker (uncredited)
Ken MiyamotoKen Miyamoto...Guy by Swimming Pool (uncredited)
David PittingerDavid Pittinger...Cincinnati Police Officer (uncredited)
Darlynne Reyes MenkinDarlynne Reyes Menkin...Reporter (uncredited)
Lorenzo RodriguezLorenzo Rodriguez...Drug Lord (uncredited)
Christopher RogersChristopher Rogers...Businessman (uncredited)
Leo RogstadLeo Rogstad...Stand-In (uncredited)
Laurent SchwaarLaurent Schwaar...Art Appraiser (uncredited)
Joey SotelloJoey Sotello...DEA Agent / Attorney (uncredited)
William Christopher StephensWilliam Christopher Stephens...Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Lynn StruiksmaLynn Struiksma...Clown (uncredited)
John Michael StubbinsJohn Michael Stubbins...Attorney (uncredited)
Clyde TullClyde Tull...Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Fairly TullFairly Tull...Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Jim Cody WilliamsJim Cody Williams...FBI Agent (uncredited)
Anthony Hawkins WoodsAnthony Hawkins Woods...Junkie (uncredited)
Jessica YoshimuraJessica Yoshimura...Neighbor (uncredited)
William 'Shorty' YoungWilliam 'Shorty' Young...Court Room Participant (uncredited)

Traffic Movie Trailer

Traffic | Official Trailer | Manoj Bajpayee | Jimmy Sheirgill | Divya Dutta

Traffic Movie Description

In Traffic Movie Mexico, Officer Javier Rodriquez Rodriquez is caught in Traffic Full Movie middle of a country where drug dealers and Traffic Movie police work hand in hand and the killing spree continues. 

The head of one of Traffic Movie cartels trying to shut down Javier in Traffic Movie United States is taken to court by the DEA, who has an informant (Eduardo Ruiz) in the custody of agents Montel Gordon and Ray Castro, who is trying to kill his wife Helena. leaves to care for. 

of his business. On top of it all is appointed a new drug czar who finds that the war on drugs is not as simple as it seems and that it is waging a war in its own home.

Based on Traffic Movie Channel 4 series Traffic it is an open minded intelligent look at the war on drugs. 

Viewing Traffic Movie problem in several interlinking stories allows us to hear everyone's side of Traffic Movie problem, to see internal problems in Mexico, to see the futility of the DEA's actions, even in the face of Traffic Full Movie American political machine. 

To see Traffic Movie scope, as it tries to fight a one-sided war against the drug trade. Stories are told without fanfare. Actions happen without pomp or fanfare, explosions happen in silence, killings brutal, They are fast and final. 

Traffic Movie is not an action film. Traffic Movie suspenseful nature means that the film moves slowly and if you are not used to following stories, it might frustrate you. However, those who are willing to think during and after the film should be rewarded.

The film is intelligent far beyond Traffic Full Movie subject matter. Direction and editing is perfect. All scenes in Mexico are pale and washed out giving a desolate feel, business is tinted blue to give a cold, isolated feel to scenes in political America while scenes with Traffic Movie DEA are distinctly bright and realistic. 

Traffic Movie is typical of the intelligence imparted in Traffic Movie, it rewards you the more you watch it. Another example of how perfect the film is the casting.

Del Toro is perfect he gets Traffic Full Movie mood swings but there's also a fun side to his character. Cheadle and Guzmán are as good as ever and play off each other well.

 They have an element of a 'buddy cop' couple without becoming caricatures. Douglas is really cool how many times can you say that!? His young wife is also very nice. 

I expected her to be Traffic Full Movie weak link but she did well. These are the main players but really Traffic Full Movie cast goes deep in quality from those who have big roles (Quaid, Bratt, Miguel Ferrer) to those who essentially only have a few lines (Albert Finney, Peter Riegert).

Traffic Full Movie strength of film is that it lets you own it. It never goes one way or the other on the issue of drugs and leaves it up to you to decide what should happen. Traffic Movie is very rare in an 'issue' film and should be commended. 

Traffic Film gives us long pauses to think but still never gets boring or monotonous.

Overall it is a really good Traffic Movie. It's shorter and more polished than the mini-series, but it's very intelligently done and provocative though. 

Anyone who thinks they are confident about their stance on narcotics should check it out. Whatever you think, it will highlight Traffic Full Movie fact that Traffic Movie is a complex problem with no simple solutions. excellent.

A dazzlingly complex film, 'Traffic' takes a hard, unflinching look at Traffic Film so-called 'War on Drugs' that is utterly candid and unrelenting. 

Director Steven Soderbergh takes different perspectives of drug culture – users, dealers, police and politicians – and weaves their different stories together into a single story that is deep in its ideas but very simple to understand. 

In terms of story, direction and characters, 'Traffic' is easily Soderbergh's best film to date, and one of Traffic Movie best he's made in recent years.

'Traffic' takes a look at Traffic Movie world of drugs through Traffic Movie and lives of various characters. some are loosely attached to each other; Some are not. 

Traffic Full Movie story of Javier Rodríguez (Benicio del Toro), a Mexican policeman struggling to keep his distance from the corruption that follows him everywhere; follows Traffic Movie story of Rey Castro (Luis Guzman) and Montel Gordon (Don Cheadle), two DEA agents trying to turn low-level drug dealer Eduardo Ruiz (Miguel Ferrer) against his drug cartel boss; Traffic Film story follows Helena Ayala (Catherine Zeta-Jones), Traffic Movie unsuspecting wife of a drug cartel boss who suddenly learns who her husband really is and what he does for a living; And then there's the new head of Traffic Full Movie DEA, Robert Wakefield (Michael Douglas), a man so wrapped up in his mission to stop Traffic Film war on drugs that he fails to notice that his own daughter, Caroline (Erika Christensen), is Getting addicted to crack. 

As in Traffic Movie real world, the events of each story directly or indirectly affect Traffic Full Movie events of the others, leaving all characters to reflect on their role in Traffic Full Movie drug culture. 

And what, if anything, can they do to change those roles.

Story-wise, 'Traffic' is absolutely brilliant. I'm still amazed that Traffic Movie can cover so many plotlines and dozens of characters with such ease. 

Each story — whether it's Helena playing her drug-dealing husband, or Robert canceling DEA meetings so he can deal with his drug-addicted daughter — is powerful and brutally honest.

'Traffic' isn't afraid to look at difficult or uncomfortable issues. 'Traffic', somewhat surprisingly, never preaches - while it's safe to say that Traffic Full Movie message is essentially anti-drug, it never comes out and explicitly says that message. 

Is. A lesser film would have contained a grand speech somewhere condemning drug use - not 'Traffic'. It is wise enough to tell Traffic Full Movie audience what message they want to take from Traffic Film without preaching it. 

(A minor quibble - should Traffic Movie character of Michael Douglas really be the new drug czar of Traffic Film United States? The fact that he was the top law enforcement drug official in Traffic Full Movie U.S., and that his daughter was a drug addict.

OK, Traffic Movie seemed a little too far-fetched, and a little too Traffic Movie-like. If Mr. Douglas was playing one of Traffic Film top drug officials in the federal government instead of the top official, I would have found his character limitless. To be formally more believable.)

Soderbergh is also at Traffic Film top of his game with his direction of "Traffic." Traffic Film film is shot virtually entirely with hand-held cameras, giving each scene an up close and personal feel. 

There's also a distinct lack of background music, which makes viewers feel like they're listening to real-life scenes, not just watching a Traffic Movie. These techniques create a very personal, intense experience. 

Soderbergh also uses a technique used in some of his other films (Out of Sight, Erin Brockovich) - certain scenes are filtered in a specific color, to enhance Traffic Movie mood or what is about to happen. 

sense of awareness in Traffic Film scenes in Mexico featuring Traffic Film Mexican spy Javier, for example, are all shot in a very bright, almost disorienting yellow. It's a technique that can be jarring at times, but for Traffic Film most part, it serves a bold purpose that really adds to Traffic Film.

For Traffic Film characters and acting. , , Jeez, 'Traffic' is without a doubt one of Traffic Film best-cast Traffic Movie of all time. Indeed. 

There are no weak links, no poorly written characters, and no badly played characters. Every character in 'Traffic' adds something important to Traffic Full Movie story, and every actor is excellent. 

Kudos should go to possibly Traffic Full Movie best ensemble cast of all time. Three actors in particular stand out, though -- Benicio del Toro (who won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance), Don Cheadle (who actually did a little better than Mr. del Toro's stellar performance, IMHO), and Catherine Zeta-Jones. 

I usually hate to use Traffic Full Movie word 'flawless' when describing a Traffic Movie, but Traffic Movie casting of 'Traffic' was truly flawless.

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