A Midnight Clear details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Peter Berg, Ethan Hawke, Gary Sinise, Arye Gross, Kevin Dillon|
|Studio:||SECOND SIGHT FILMS LTD.|
|Collections:||April - Action/Thriller|
A Midnight Clear
|Run time:||1 hour 47 minutes|
|Rental release:||16 Apr 2012|
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For a war film, this is very good!!By a customer from Cambridge , 09 Apr 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Why does no one know about this film? It is the best war film I have ever seen and one of the few films I can watch more than a handful of times. The acting is superb and the storyline unfolds well. Watch this film!
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No sub titlesBy jerym (38 reviews) from caerphilly uk , 01 Jun 2013Even wearing headphones over my hearing aids I could only make out a fraction of the dialogue and my wife who has near perfect hearing found it much the same so we stopped it after about fifteen minutes. What we did see and understand wasn't very convincing. Maybe if it is reissued with sub titles I might give it another chance but I doubt it.
not badBy chasckd (575 reviews) from Telford , 30 Apr 2013at first i thought it was a horror by the way it started but it actually was not too bad for a war film good acting and a good story line not too much gore for a war film either
Gary sinise at his bestBy Mandy82 (2 reviews) , 10 Feb 2013I don't normal like war films but watched this as Gary sinise was in it and totally loved the film it was well scripted and well acted , a great cast, Loved the first scene of Gary screaming then stripping naked through the woods lol
Good MovieBy Tantallon (4 reviews) , 31 Dec 2012Excellent movie, well acted. I think it showed the real nature of war with both sides just trying to get through it in one piece.
Up there with the bestBy OPENTHEPODBAYDOORHAL (24 reviews) , 20 Dec 2012This is one of those war films which will haunt you for a long time. The futility of war has been explored many times in cinema history - in my opinion this film holds its own with some of the classics of the genre. I agree with the comments some people have made about the difficulty in picking up some of the dialogue - if you write a decent screenplay why not let the public appreciate it? - but it was a minor quibble when compared with the quality of the rest of the film. A fine movie!