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The movie was real . Keep you in your toes.
Felt like i was there
Acting and cinematography. Also, the sets were incredibly lifelike.
Loved everything about 1917! Kept me interested throughput the movie!
Great Movie!! Very sad, but such a tribute to the will of the human spirit. What a waste of human life in war. I love coming to your movie theater, so comfortable!!
Not as dramatic as all the hype graphics were great
The story is not as compelling as the movie as a whole. In other words, a lot of the point is the way it was filmed to appear as nearly just one single scene. While that was nearly perfectly achieved, it does not allow for a great a story or tension as was achieved for Dunkirk.
1917 should be seen on a movie screen, as the benefits of the filmmakers approach will be reduced substantially even on a large television screen.
Every adult should see this movie, because every human should be asking why we can't seem to learn the most basic lesson that has been presented to us over and over again.
The cinematography alone is worth the price of the ticket. Great job, Sam Mendes!