Critic Review - Boxoffice Magazine

The audience receives no new insights into the horrors of war and no answers to its ever-present conundrum.

November 29, 2006 Full Review Source: Boxoffice Magazine | Comments (8)
Boxoffice Magazine

Comments

Pilgermann

Michael Warren

Oh Boxoffice Magazine, how I hate you and the critics you employ.

Jan 24 - 12:38 AM

pylgrym

Paul Gruendler

Barbara: You are a woman. No offense. You are a woman!

Feb 6 - 09:17 AM

zzzz

m z

OH NOES NO NEW INSIGHTZ... Cubrick, Coppola, Spielberg, and Stone have made movies about war. There ARE NO NEW INSIGHTS LEFT TO GIVE YOU MORON.

Mar 30 - 02:12 PM

Metafact

Jane Holt

She wanted a film with an agenda, and she got something that she couldn't understand. Herzog is way too deep for this moron.

Jun 12 - 05:51 PM

Bardego

Robert Hamer

Does every war film need an "answer?" The Thin Red Line didn't have one, and that was marvelous.

Jun 16 - 07:50 PM

JdlC

Jaydee Elcee

Jul 2 - 01:15 PM

GreenMoney

First Last

This review is officially a dud. So every war movie has to have some kind of commentary or an "answer" as you put it?

Jul 7 - 02:59 PM

jms_rtch

James Bond

You wouldn't understand if a movie shed light on the complexities of war as you know nothing of it other than what you are spoonfed from CNN. Wake up

Jul 8 - 10:33 PM

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