Me hago el Yankee pero no me sale.
This film is a jewel. One of the best and careful if not the best of the war cinema genre. The scenes of the landing in Omaha Beach show the harshness and reality of the war and transports you to what was the landing of the allies in Normandy and the seizure of the beach beautifully shot. Great performance by the entire cast, especially Tom Hanks and his epic-poignant ending scene. With this work, the great Steven Spilberg offers us one of the best portraits of what war really is, with all its rawness and drama.
"Hermione just stold all our shit"
The movie is smarter than it sounds, even if the story is insane. I really enjoyed how they use their own movie references, improvised conversations that turn out to be great, and countless cameos that will keep anyone who comes to see it entertained. There are not as many comedies as this one, in which comedians work with this freedom and this dedication and this creativity on the wild side of and increasingly publicly self-concious Hollywood. Six comedians trapped together in a house while the world is ending. What could be funnier than that?
Beautiful movie. Al Pacino is excellent. Deserved the Oscar. The plot is simple but it is extremely well explained and above all, well acted, not only by Pacino but also by the young Chris O'Donell.
Memorable dialogue, wonderful drama and a great message. Scenes like the Tango dancing, the Ferrari riding and the last monolgue are unique.
When Colonel Slade defends his unconditional Charlie...you just get emotional...
The movie is not so bad. If you wanted to see how 2 beasts fight each other, I guess it is fair enough. But if you wanted to know more about the monsterverse (which I wanted) it is not very good. Its like those half-bad movies, but people like them a lot and they say it is the best movie there is (which is very far from reality)
The plot of Millie Bobby Brown and company is irrelevant, if we…