Amazingly my mates son who has lived in the States for the last 10 years thought it was historically accurate
As in; America gets involved, wins war, are hero’s. Cue medal ceremonies and crying soldiers, fade to sunrise over new york with the words “United States of America, home of the brave and free” scrolling in the foreground. The End.Posted 5 years agoGrahamSSubscriber
Fair to say the Guardian bloke didn’t like it when it came out:
“Quentin Tarantino’s cod-second world war adventure is a transcendentally disappointing dud, in which Brad Pitt delivers his most charmless performance to date…
how exasperatingly awful and transcendentally disappointing it is: a colossal, complacent, long-winded dud, a gigantic two-and-a-half-hour anti-climax, like a Quentin Tarantino film in form and mannerism but with the crucial element of genius mysteriously amputated.”
Bit harsh I’d say!Posted 5 years ago
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