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  • However, unfortunately, in terms of making it John Dahl seems to be learning more in making a film drama of war
  • Style personality that feels somewhat monotone and little slow and feel boring
  • Despite many shortcomings of this movie, but for fans of the film related to the fact that history, this movie seems to be a little disappointed to treat your taste

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      Philippines 1945. Time is in the region Carbantuan, jailed nearly 500 soldiers U.S. who were arrested by Japan troops and be treated as prisoners of war (POW). Among the captivity Mayor Gibson is starting to catch the disease malaria. Meanwhile, Margaret Utinsky, Gibson’s wife is trying to free her husband, until finally he joined the underground partisan movement. Its business is known by the Japanese, lucky his life saved by priests who are running the mission in the Philippines. Meanwhile, Let. Mucci troops from the 6th Rangers were ordered to do to incursion Carbantuan for the release of U.S. soldiers. Then, assisted by Captain Prince, Mucci led the rescue mission.

      With a distance to travel


      far enough (almost 30 miles) and take five-day trip. 6th Rangers team is now starting to run this mission invasion. I plan prepared with good, and they will successfully rescue the prisoners of war that, by Margaret how it will meet again with Gibson?

      Appointed from the real story in the book works of William B. Brauer and Hampton Sides of the story of this movie, about the raid by the mission team for the 6th Rangers relieve their colleagues who became prisoners of war Japanese troops. This raid was recorded as the largest raid in U.S. military history. To directing, trust in John Dahl, director of the host name through his work as Kill ...


      • Me Again, The Last Seduction, and Joy Ride. Meanwhile, the row from his players dominated by the young actors from Benjamin Bratt (Miss Congeniality) as the Let. Mucci, James Franco (Spider-man 1 & 2) as Captain Prince, and Joseph Fiennes (Shakespeare in Love) as Major Gibson. Meanwhile, leaders of Margaret performed by Connie Nielsen (Basic, The Hunted).

        Tracing the story, this movie actually has a braided story that is quite good; especially reveal one of history at the U.S. war against Japan. However, unfortunately, in terms of making it John Dahl seems to be learning more in making a film drama of war. Style personality that feels somewhat monotone and little slow and feel boring.

        Your taste for the war movie fans will a little confuse with this movie, because there is only one scene at the climax of war just a good movie in terms of produce. Meanwhile, in the early to mid-minute film, we will be presented scenes drama that recounts the interaction between the team members 6th Rangers and the relationship between Mayor Gibson and Margaret.

        Despite many shortcomings of this movie, but for fans of the film related to the fact that history, this movie seems to be a little disappointed to treat your taste. In addition, through this film we can also witness the pitiless and sadistic action colonizes the Japanese troops, of course from perspective Hollywood film.




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    Andrew Leither says :

    I am not really into these kinds of moviies that are based on war, but “The Great Raid” movie seems very interesting and dynamic with rich characters. I think it’s worth watching mainly to show how people interact in difficult and intense situations.

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