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1917 is a movie starring Dean-Charles Chapman, George MacKay, and Daniel Mays. April 6th, 1917. As a regiment assembles to wage war deep in enemy territory, two soldiers are assigned to race against time and deliver a message that...

War, Drama
Sam Mendes
Dean-Charles Chapman, Daniel Mays, Colin Firth, George MacKay

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres War, Drama
Director Sam Mendes
Writer Sam Mendes, Krysty Wilson-Cairns
Stars Dean-Charles Chapman, Daniel Mays, Colin Firth, George MacKay
Country Spain, Canada, UK, USA, India
Also Known As 1917 命をかけた伝令, 1917: Speranță și moarte, Taistelulähetit - 1917, Χίλια Εννιακόσια Δεκαεπτά
Runtime 1 h 59 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 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.

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Monday, 15 Jun 2020 10:09

Guns and war are a ubiquitous theme in war films. Some of them are more powerful than others, but no film can be called an effective war film without the themes of guns and war. The classics include All Quiet On The Western Front (1914), which is the earliest film I can think of with a war theme, and One-Eyed Jacks (1916), a more recent one. The other major theme that war films had to deal with was the violence. In World War I, movies showed the horrors of war in graphic detail. This movie is about the aftermath of that war. The war was hell on earth, but one of the reasons that the war was so awful was because of the violence that surrounded it. It was a war between civilized countries. It is difficult to picture the horror of war without the violence. There are a few war films that make the violence and the violence from a war film seem acceptable. One of them is The Rifleman (1930), which is about a young U.S. Army sergeant in WWI. The rifleman was trying to be a hero but he also wanted to save the lives of his comrades. There was not enough blood for the movie. The movie showed his struggles to keep his sanity and his way of life. This movie is good because it shows how war destroyed lives. One of the things that makes this movie interesting is that the good guys in the movie are not good guys. One of the soldiers is played by Glenn Ford, who plays the role very well. Another good character is Richard Chamberlain who plays the role very well. This is a good movie that is worth watching. However, this movie is not a great movie. It is not the best war movie ever. It is good, but it is not great.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 19:15

Noir is one of the most misunderstood films of the past 30 years. It is also one of the most successful. The makers of "Noir" were a group of New Yorkers who had a particular aesthetic in mind. Their hope was that the subject matter would help them to further their careers in film. The film was a success because it attracted a group of idealistic young people, who had a lot of their own problems to deal with. To these people the subject matter was an ideal medium for discussing those problems. It also appealed to the youth who felt they had to fight the system. They believed the system was not fair. The film also appealed to the proletariat who felt they had to fight the system. They believed the system was unfair to them and to everyone else. This may seem like an overly simplistic view, but in my opinion it is. All three groups seemed to agree that the war was unfair and needed to end. The young people wanted to see the war end. The proletariat and the workers wanted to help the soldiers. And the workers and the proletariat all agreed that the war was unfair. "Noir" also inspired many filmmakers to follow their own artistic vision. We all have our own ideas about art and whether it is a good idea or not. For many people "Noir" seemed like the best thing to do. The film was a success because it appealed to the youth, but not to the proletariat or the bourgeoisie. The film appealed to the proletariat and the bourgeoisie because they had the same problems that the young people had. "Noir" also inspired filmmakers to follow their own artistic vision. "Noir" is one of the best films ever made, but it is not the greatest. A true classic is the greatest of all, but no true classic is without flaws. One of the biggest flaws is the ending. In my opinion the ending should have ended with a fair fight between the proletariat and the bourgeoisie. This film would have been a great success if it had ended with the proletariat winning. For this reason it is considered one of the greatest of all time. 8/10.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 00:21

Most of this film is nothing but a compilation of scenes from several films and other visual tools to show the war, but the powerful message is still clear and it is what I have come to expect from Robert Duvall. "Four Corners" is one of the best American films of the 20th century. This film is unique because it uses many different methods to tell the story. One is to show a group of soldiers or police trying to find out about an event in a group of people that happened in a village of a long time ago. The other method is to show the footage from the past. One can say that the camera in the room with the war movie is being used to show the soldiers' feelings on the world today. Finally, we have to have a film which has a great message, yet also has strong acting. The actors in this film gave the performances of the year. Robert Duvall is at his best, and I was really surprised when the final scene of the film was shown to me. I was not sure if this was the scene that ended the film or if it was the end of the film. I do not know why it was not shown to me, but it is not a moment that I will forget. It is a memorable moment, a memorable image. Duvall's performance was so powerful, and it is not just a performance, it is his role. In addition, the other actors, such as Michael York, Kim Basinger, and Paul Newman, give great performances. While the story is not an extraordinary story, it was a very strong film. It shows the terrible impact of war, the desperate people who lived during the war, the Japanese Americans and the Japanese. While the film does not show the Japanese in a positive way, it does show them in a powerful and consistent way. As I said, the film has a great message, and it is one that I will never forget. I give it a 8/10.
Sunday, 03 May 2020 19:28

I like this film a lot. My wife and I were reminded of the movie that was based on the book by Christopher Moore. The movie was pretty good too, and we both enjoyed it a lot. The film has some great moments. There were a lot of funny moments too. I liked the thing that is in the beginning of the film, where an older man is talking to the boy about the age difference. When the boy was being beaten, he says "I am too old to have this talk with you". I think the best scene is the one where the older man comes in the store. He is talking to the boy, and asks the boy "How old are you?" When he asks the boy, he gives the boy a map. When the boy saw it, he opens it and it shows that he is exactly 2 years older than the boy. I think that was the best part of the movie. The best scene was when he tells the boy that his grandmother is getting old, and she's not going to be able to take care of her grand-daughter any more. It is really funny, and really makes me think about the way that older people treat the people that they care about, because it is usually because of a mistake, or because of their fault. I also like the scene where the boy is taking a bath, and he notices that the water is cold. He does not want to take a bath in the water, so he tries to soak the water in the bath. He is making the water cold, so the water looks blue, which is a color that is supposed to be hot. The scene is very well done. It is really cool. I also liked the scene where the man goes to see the nurse, and asks her "How old are you?". She tells him, "I am 18 years old". She explains to him that she is only a nurse, but she is older than him. The man is shocked and says "You're kidding me." The movie is very good. I think that it is a good movie, and I recommend it to everyone.
Sunday, 12 Apr 2020 14:00

As the battle for the Somme rages on and on, French troops are more concerned with clearing out bunkers and barricading themselves inside, leaving the German defenders with their very own objectives. On the other side of the line, British soldiers are preparing for the inevitable battle for control of the trench. All of this is portrayed by a brilliant film that really isn't as cliche as you might expect from a WW2 film. In the first half of the film, you see a lot of British soldiers trying to keep their head above water. But as soon as they have won, the British soldiers begin to reflect on what their side is really about. They find that they have to do what they've done, which doesn't bode well for the British as the Germans are still fighting for the trenches and the cover. The battle scenes are very well done, and this is due to a very clever choice of music. The music for the German trench is so rich and full of emotion, that it just adds to the intensity of the film. This film is really different from other WW2 films, and this is because the characters are so unique and different. The British soldiers are quite traditional, but the Germans are completely different. The Germans aren't simply fighting for the glory of their country, they are fighting for their freedom. In the end, the film is about the love of country and the freedom of the individual. This is a film that you will definitely watch again, and it really is a great film to see with a group of friends.

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