This should be good!
Posted 21 August 2018 - 16:21
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Posted 23 August 2018 - 02:31
Thats so awesome!
The teaser is just amazing. The grainy footage just literally jumps to life. Wish I was across the pond
Posted 23 August 2018 - 04:34
Its actually an Honor to get stung by a bee.
It hates you so much, that its willing to die just
to cause you a mild amount of pain.
Posted 11 October 2018 - 23:45
If Peter Jackson knows how to do one thing, it’s making WWI movies.
Wow is that from the exhibit in England? Is there any more on line? That is amazing stuff!
Posted 12 October 2018 - 06:30
"Gathering his pilots around him on arrival he gave a pep talk, saying that they were equipped with the finest machine of all time and had three battle-experienced flight commanders. He expected every one of them to fight like hell and that it must never be said that any of them ever failed to go to the aid of a comrade, regardless of the cost, and that no patrol was ever to be late in taking off."
Major Keith 'Grid' Caldwell, 74 Sq
Posted 12 October 2018 - 12:51
It's being shown locally to me on Tuesday at 18:00.
But only the once, no other showings.
But, it is also my wife's birthday on Tuesday.
it's going to be a hard sell this one,
But I really want to see it.
Posted 18 December 2018 - 04:47
My brother and I saw it this evening. Quite possibly one of the best films I have ever seen in my life. We both were totally impressed by the colorization and by how authentic it actually looked. This is not your usual "colorized for TV" junk. Each frame was painstakingly colored based on the actual location and surviving uniforms and the result is something akin to time-travel. Choosing to have the film's narration provided solely by the soldiers themselves was a brilliant move. Oftentimes with war movies you are left wondering what sort of a spin the director put on it and whether things were actually like that. Not so with this one! Here we hear the stories right from the men who lived them. It's eye-opening, sometimes hilarious, and oftentimes chilling.
Make sure you stay until after the credits. After the credits, there was about an extra hour of bonus features where Peter Jackson breaks down the process of how he went about creating this film. It was absolutely brilliant! We were taking notes, I can tell you for sure!
Over all, I can't recommend this film enough. If you missed it today, there's still a chance to see it on the 27th. By all means, go for it!
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