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1917 movie is about During World War I, two British soldiers — Lance Cpl. Schofield and Lance Cpl. Blake — receive seemingly impossible orders. In a race against time, they must cross over into enemy territory to deliver a message that could potentially save 1,600 of their fellow comrades — including Blake’s own brother.
Review by Midhun Karma Dorjey
1917 Directed by Sam Mendes has already won the Golden Globe for The Best Motion Picture and The Best Director and this movie is nothing less than a war classic. It has a familiar battle background of Saving Private Ryan but the conviction and the depth, on the top the effect of having the entire movie done in one shot….makes it a marvel. I don’t say this often, if you are going for a movie this month, make it this one… It is going to give you a life time’s experience. The editing is done in a way to make you feel the entire movie is just one shot… I kept my eyes hooked to see where exactly the director would have said “cut” . All I could do is just awe about everything I saw on screen. Intensely stark performances from the leads, the swift of the script keeps you so engaged that you would feel it on your legs…when Will is tired. George MacKay (Will) has simply become one of my favorite actors. He snatched my heart and blew my mind as he was crawling out of the treacherous battle grounds with a hope to save 1600 men if he could deliver message on time.
In the ghastly bleak background of World War 1, two soldiers Will and Tom are assigned to deliver a message and there the movie begins…Dean-Charles Chapman plays Tom brilliantly and you would root for him from the very first scene… Their journey through the war ruins is captured brutally real by Roger Deakins; it’s gonna stay with me for a long time. There are mind blowing scenes and one of these scenes, I would say the best scene I have seen lately in any movie, is inside an army truck as Will sits with a few fellow soldiers who are engaged in a conversation and the camera roughly stays focused on Will…You wouldn’t want to listen to what the others are talking about… you wouldn’t even want to see their faces because you cannot take your eyes off Will. I remember talking a lot about the magic of camera after watching Birdman which had long long single shots but 1917 is an exceptional movie that you shouldn’t miss. I’m going for an overwhelmed 4 stars hoping it grabs a few Oscars. ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Review by Thomas Bair
Too many flaws. Wife and I noticed right away. Must have been a millennial’s interpretation of WWI. Production seemed rushed. Could have used a re-write.
We’re from Michigan and you can not free a stuck vehicle by spinning the wheels. Certainly not in mud or snow. That and it seemed to lurch forward after the soldiers pushing it relaxed. Who wrote this?? Some clueless city person?
Then it’s supposed to be war torn WWI but the dirt road shown out the back of the truck once they started moving was raised, hard packed, dry and rut free. Totally bogus! Should have been a rough and bumpy ride on very bad road.
The trip wire found near the german food cache should not have been new looking shiny copper. It was obviously used so it would show up on camera better.
The cow looked far too healthy and contented and . . not dead. . to be shown on a totally blown out farm. And fresh milk?? Give me a break. Of course you could argue some german soldier just milked it and had to put down the bucket when the Brits showed up. But that cow would have been butchered up for food and not munching out in the pasture close to the house.
in the cellar of church why weren’t the woman and child dirtier and in rags? The baby “girl” looked like it was dressed in a modern onesie. I thought it would be wearing at least a tattered and dirty white dress with lace like a christening gown perhaps. Me thinks the kid belonged to someone on the set that day and was convenient for the scene.
There were flies all over the dead horse when they first crawled out of the trench but none over the dozens of human corpses they encountered. Why? I should think they’d be especially prevalent on the bodies he climbed over as he got out of the river. And why didn’t he duck down and crawl out of that river more slowly and carefully? He wasn’t really sure where he was.
When he finally gets to the group of soldiers he had orders to deliver the message to he asks for the whereabouts of his buds brother, Lt. Blake. He is told that Lt. Blake was with the first group that already went over. But then he asks “how can I find him” which strikes me as dumb question. Then a little later he finds Lt. Blake back with wounded men. Which also made no sense to me because he supposedly had just “gone over” a little earlier. And if that’s the case how’d he find out the attack had been called off? Vibrating cell phone in his pocket?
Oh well, it’s just a movie. But if your going to tell a story and seriously depict it, then you’d better do it right. I now wish I hadn’t paid for it or do I have to re-write the whole bloody thing?