The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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With Cooper as the crusading officer, one is never in any doubt as to the correctness and sincerity of his views (Mitchell was posthumously rehabilitated in 1947), while Steiger puts in one of his inimitably flashy performances as the prosecuting attorney
The picture is a real kick in the shins for the cult of blind military obedience and the lesson which is laid on the line relates to Pearl Harbor.
Though not one of Preminger's stronger films, it's still worth seeing this fact-based courtroom drama starring Gary Cooper.
The only certainty that remains is the need to ask questions
Away from the courtroom, the film is less riveting, though Cooper is consistently impressive.
Low-key and earnest but slow like molasses.
The courtroom dramatics are the heart of the film and are done in a brilliant no-nonsense way.
Solid if a bit slow drama of a man putting his career on the line for his what he believes rightly is the good of his country. The cast is full of great actors including an amazingly beautiful and impossibly young Elizabeth Montgomery in her first film role. She isn't totally at ease yet but delivers in her big scene.
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