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Movie Rating: 1917 Rating: 5/5 stars (5 stars)

Star Cast: George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Mark Strong, Richard Madden, Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch

directed by: Sam Mendes

Review of the 1917 movie: Stunning Soul, Redefined Exceptionality Like Never Before!

What is good: The idea of ​​a war drama that is as good as rescuing a private Ryan has been fictitious so far, not only showing you what is in front of the camera, but it also occasionally transports you to realize what it means.

What is wrong: The more I think about eliminating the shortcomings, the more I believe it is the perfect film and therefore the rating.

Loo Break: You may even forget to breathe for a while, let it rest first.

Watch or not? This is a very questionable issue, because obviously not everyone gets similar feelings on the subject. If you are confident, simply go through the review.

User rating:

Stories that can be explained in a single line and still interest you to follow them are always considered best. The 1917 single-line plot reads: “Two people must be from point A to point B at a time, or 1600 of their men will be massacred.” We are British soldiers Lance Corporal Will Schofield (George MacKay) and Lance Corporal Tom Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) based on the orders of General Erinmore (Colin Firth).

Orders say the Germans wanted the British army to launch an attack so they could overcome the counter. Blake has a brother in 2nd of the Devons, and he and Scho must address them before they can attack. They do so by escaping the German shooting point, which may or may not surround the route. It is not only the obstacles they face in the way, but also the unpredictability that they will experience.

Review of the 1917 movie: Stunning Soul, Redefined Exceptionality Like Never Before!

Review of the 1917 film: Script Analysis

First, let’s thank Roger Deakins for his second Oscar victory after Blade Runner 2049 last year. Yes, I am convinced that Deakins caught the Oscar for best cinematography, because this year has an advantage over every great film. The idea of ​​making it look like one shit movie was a masterpiece and worked like butter. For a long time, I was in an unconnected phase to find the hidden notches. There are scenes in which I swallowed my popcorn to make no noise, not to miss any complicated details.

The story of Sam Mendes and Krysty Wilson-Cairns has nothing extra. He packs a bundle of intestinal moments and focuses on doing it through your heart to the end. The creators are creeping into Christopher Nolan’s favorite editor Lee Smith with a vision they will successfully accomplish. Sam & Deakins are doing their work in filming a movie using the blocking and staging technique, but these scenes had to be bridged by Lee to make it look like a single fluid outflow.

Review of the 1917 movie: Star Performance

George MacKay as Scho and Dean-Charles Chapman as Tom managed to bring a very humane side to their character as army men. They both have innocence for them, and they use them to reach you more. George MacKay has to dodge more and manage to walk just along the lines of perfect action. Chapman’s character makes you think seriously about boys who aren’t even men, ready to do anything for their country.

Colonel Benedict Cumberbatch Mackenzie concludes your thoughts with the words “Hope is a Dangerous Thing” that summarizes the storyline in one line. Benedict is the best practice in this little portrait. Richard Madden will make you skip with his special look. He only shares one scene, but it is so well written and demonstrated, leaving your throat in your face.

Review of the film from 1917: Direction, Music

Sam Mendes never shouts for your attention, he earns it over time. In the beginning, they will understand you with a “one-off technique”, but also make sure it doesn’t occur as a trick. Most of the film is filmed in the narrow streets, and once you and Sam stick to the camera, you understand what he achieved here is nothing less than extraordinary.

Of the eight films, Sam Mendes has worked with Thomas Newman seven times. Apart from the Green Mile, there are hardly any films in this filmography that justify the size he has reached in this zone. This menu has unforgettable soundtracks, but with the year 1917 he manages the John Williams zone and for that comes the nails. Newman, who gave an unpleasant silence to his use, is a new man with the year 1917.

Review of the film from 1917: The Last Word

Everybody said and did, 1917 is the best movie experience I’ve ever had, and I haven’t even watched IMAX to check it out. This is the best quality filmmaking and an example of how making the right effort will bring you the results you want. It is beyond evaluation!

Five stars!

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1917 is published on January 17, 2020.

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