Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Shallow characters. What a missed chance to tell a great story.
Not a bad Australian war film. but was way to slow for my likening needed something more
Mud and hollow sentiment.
As a war film, it is a must see as it captures the realism and horrors of the Kokoda track, though the characters and story is nothing special it makes up for it with its realistic re-enactment of the frightening jungle battle.
A very decent and realistic war film but could have been better if they had focused a bit more on character development
Oh, good, a real movie to relieve me of the pain from the last one.
Well, for a film depicting and bringing the struggles faced by our Australian troops to the big screen, I'd say this film was a real eye-opener. It's one of those movies that makes you feel grateful for the life we have today, because if it wasn't for the sacrifices made by the allies during the Second World War, the world we know today would be completely different.
I can respect the effort that went into this and the good acting talent that went with it to bring the psychological and physical realities of war to the big screen.
I just didn't get it.
This movie is just good. I think if u guys like any war movie, u should see this.
Bloody muddy wet, but lacks something. A bit more oomph from the characters. Enjoyable still.
Tense, bloody and makes you wonder how the poor buggers who survived got on with their lives