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#Win 1917 (US/CDN)

AVAILABLE MARCH 24!

RATED R

119 minutes



April 1917, the Western Front. Two British soldiers are sent to deliver an urgent message to an isolated regiment. If the message is not received in time the regiment will walk into a trap and be massacred. To get to the regiment they will need to cross through enemy territory. Time is of the essence and the journey will be fraught with danger.
Starring Colin Firth.


REVIEW:
So it wasn't the best war movie I've ever seen, but it was still good.
The cinematography is amazing! So rich and with so much detail. The story is just okay though. Two soliders sent to stop the front lines from walking into a trap. Not that interesting and often predictable. A few yelling at the screen moments happened, not gonna lie. How it was all brought together, mixed with a tug on the emotional heart strings is what is makes it good.
Watched it with the hubby. He was engaged throughout, so that was good. He's not big on dramas. He really enjoyed this one though.
Full Metal Jacket is still my favorite but this is good enough to make my top ten!


4/5



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Comments

  1. don't really have a favorite war film, been seeing this one advertised and it does look interesting

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  2. Saving Private Ryan is one of my favorite war movies. I would enjoy watching this movie with my husband.

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  3. my favourite war movie is Schindler's List. Hubby adores war movies so I would love to surprise him with 1917.

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  4. My favorite war movie is Hacksaw Ridge. I would love to watch this as the previews look really interesting!

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  5. Saving Private Ryan is my favorite war film. I want to see this movie because I've heard so many great things about from friends. The trailer looks amazing!

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  6. I have seen 1917 & it's my favorite war movie. The way this was filmed was incredible.

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  7. Saving Private Ryan is my favorite war movie for its large scale and accuracy. I would like to see 1917 for its great cast.

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