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Band of Brothers (2001)
Words fail me
This series is so overwhelming. I have nothing further to add, other than the compelling need for eternal gratitude to those who sacrificed their lives in any way, we cannot fathom. As a Dutch citizen, I owe my freedom and entire life to those who fought bravely against the oppression. We, citizens of any country, today, should feel ourselves lucky and blessed to exist. To all the veterans, may God bless your soul, and thank you for your service.
I am grateful to have experienced this masterpiece on the big screen
1917 is more than just a movie, it's a poem. Perfected with excellent cinematography and a brilliant score. After exiting the cinema I was stunned, as if I went back in time for two hours and experienced WW1 in real life. It wasn't the action scenes that made it particularly good, but the fact that this entire movie was one shot somehow made it so raw and realistic. Many emotions arose in me, especially during the scene when Blake died and the scene where Schofield met his brother. The acting couldn't have been done any better in my opinion, although this movie doesn't quite rely on the performances by the actors, but more on the cinematography. All in all, this might just be one of the best war movies I've ever seen. Thank you for this masterpiece, Mr. Mendes!