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(14641) 6.7 110 min 2018

A Private War is a movie starring Rosamund Pike, Alexandra Moen, and Tom Hollander. One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of...

Starring
Faye Marsay, Alexandra Moen, Tom Hollander, Rosamund Pike
Genres
Drama, Biography, War
Director
Matthew Heineman

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Biography, War
Director Matthew Heineman
Writer Arash Amel, Marie Brenner
Stars Faye Marsay, Alexandra Moen, Tom Hollander, Rosamund Pike
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Una guerra privada, Marie Colvin, Moj lični rat, Milkhama Pratit, Ο δικός της πόλεμος, Prywatna wojna, Uma Guerra Pessoal, La corresponsal, プライベート・ウォー, 私人戰爭, Moj Osobni Rat
Runtime 1H 50M
Description One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 10:06

I went into this movie expecting a few laughs. I was surprised by the depth of the plot, especially in the first act, and the surprisingly sensitive ending, especially in contrast with what I expected. And then I was happy that some things were changed and a few things were left out. There is an interesting discussion of the role of the "Army" in the Civil War in the second act. There are some good parts about the effects of war on people and the effects on their families. I especially liked the bit where Robert Duvall says, "Why do you want to die? Just because you've got a heart, a brain, and a soul?" This is a very moving discussion. I really liked the way the movie ended. It had a very intense feeling, even though it was a bit predictable. And I found the acting to be excellent. Robert Duvall was perfect in this role, especially in the scene where he gets the ball and does his "dodging and weaving" to get out of the way of the general's attack. He also did a great job with the chemistry between his wife and the general's son. One of the things I liked about this movie was that it was different from "Saving Private Ryan". The main difference was that this movie is much more focused on the treatment of the wounded. The movie also didn't focus on the fighting and the fighting was the focus of the movie. The people who were wounded and the people who died weren't really shown much in this movie. I also liked that this movie was a little different from "Saving Private Ryan" because it wasn't all about the fighting and the fighting was the focus. So it made it feel a bit more realistic.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 04:23

There are some films that are so good that you don't care what happens to them. There are some films that you could watch over and over and still watch them. There are some films that you will never watch again because of the sheer fear that they will make you feel, then they will, and you will feel even more. "Private War" is one of those films. I have been a fan of the director's work for some time now and while I did like "Donnie Darko," I really didn't like the subject matter or the storyline. After the premiere of the film, I watched the film several times, and each time I felt something different. It is a story about a man whose life was on the brink of collapse when he was called to an island to be a prisoner for some reason. After he is released, he starts to feel like he is a prisoner. He does not feel like he belongs to the people around him and he feels completely alone. He feels as if he is the only one who knows of what is going on. He begins to feel like the only person who can save him is himself. But he does not know that the men around him are there because they have been there before him, and they are going to go through it again. And then, a few months later, they will go through it again. It is a story about survival and survival is very important in this film. The story does not make you feel sympathy for the character or feel pity for the situation. It just makes you feel like something terrible has happened, and the only way to make sense of it is to understand it. The performances were amazing. Christopher Plummer and James Gandolfini were perfect for their roles. I especially liked the way Gandolfini portrayed a man who was being tortured. I think this is one of his best performances in a long time. It was a very dark film, but it was very good because it made you think. It made you feel uncomfortable and it made you feel scared, and you could feel that there was no way out. There were some scenes in the film that I felt really good about, like when Gandolfini and Plummer's characters were walking through the streets and they were walking up the stairs. I felt so happy for Gandolfini and he was really funny. I also felt sad for Plummer because he had to have this horrible experience and then there was no way out. It was a very powerful film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to be scared and then feel bad about it.


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