The Big Red One: The Reconstruction2005
The Big Red One: The Reconstruction (2005)
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as Sergeant Possum
as Vichy Colonel
as Dog Face POW
as Madame Marbaise
as Woman in Sicilian Village
as German Male Nurse
as Sicilian Boy
as German Field Marshal
as Pregnant Frenchwoman
Critic Reviews for The Big Red One: The Reconstruction
Audience Reviews for The Big Red One: The Reconstruction
This release gave Lee Marvin his best performance in years. As a grizzled sergeant leading a platoon of "wetnoses" into the dangers of battle, he's excellent. Based on writer-director Sam Fuller's personal reminiscenes of World War II. It's a terrific war movie as I watched it on DVD with the adding 49 minutes to the original 1980 theatrical release. The script is a feat as a story of the stead-fast progression of the soldiers from North Africa to Germany. In the cast, Robert Carradine is in a performance of insight, amusement, and is a crucial piece to the film. And Mark Hamill is a brilliant arc as sharpshotter, and in the "cremation" scene, he proves he is far more valuable and compelling an actor most would give him credit for.
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