The first days of WWI. Adrien, a young and handsome lieutenant, is wounded by a piece of shrapnel. He will spend the entire wartime at the Val-de-Grâce Hospital, in Paris. Five long years, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Matt G (gb) wrote: I guess I should probably watch a De Palma movie now, huh?
Christian O (ca) wrote: Not the greatest movie, but being a big fan of Mitchell and Webb I can't help but love it anyway. Biased? Of course.
Christian C (it) wrote: The film is powerful and moving, but that's got more to do with knowing the horrible events actually took place -- not because of anything special about the film making (other than possibly Cheadle's understated Paul). Cheadle's acting was exceptional, and everyone else was good with the notable exception of Nolte who played his role as if he were a caricature of a gruff-but-lovable military careerist. It's worth seeing to remind yourself that this genocide really happened and the rest of the world really didn't care that much.
Brett H (it) wrote: A dull and plodding knock-off of Se7en that was putting me to sleep with it's unoriginality and phoned-in performances. I know there was some studio interference and lots of rewrites to the script, and it shows big time with the pacing being choppy and a lot of the exposition is rushed. The real eye-sore is the editing and directing which are just haphazard and seizure-inducing at times during the so-called "disturbing" moments, which ya know, is so "edgy". I couldn't wait for this to end, which is thankfully short and maybe someday they'll try it again, because the idea is actually solid.
Sailesh V (us) wrote: Very good film by Hassan. Everyone has really strong roles and the ideas in this movie (in the making of) were excellent!
Stafford V (nl) wrote: They don't make teen movies like they used to.
Josh P (gb) wrote: You can watch this movie over... and over... and over again... and it's still funny.
Lucas Y (kr) wrote: I actually like this more than any of the Karate Kid movies. Brandis was in a lot of dumb movies I liked as a kid. And of course you can't help but love the fact Winnie Cooper is in this. Chuck Norris is great and his fight with the crazy dojo instructor at the end is hilarious. Very over the top altogether though.
Steve Z (nl) wrote: A surprisingly good film. The acting from Andrew Howard, a man of whom I've never heard but now love his skill, is superb. His character is very well-written and makes the story entirely. The other characters are perhaps not quite so perfect, although the female lead is quite good as well. Ian Duncan, while I'm sure his acting abilities are great, got stuck with a terrible character; he's cliche and terribly predictable in his actions and interactions with the other characters. The only drawback for this film is the transparent premise due to the overdone nature of Clark (Ian Duncan). Otherwise, a fitting but frustrating cliffhanger ending leaves you wanting, and some few minor scene changes would've made this movie perfect.