18 Burst results for "Hacksaw Ridge"
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Wow. I'm looking at a war hero. Doc. Thank you so much for coming in. You're welcome. Doc. Can you tell us about what you did in World War Two? They persuaded me to there were sorta not really quite durable to March March March, so they headed reappear parachute. Dropped drop drawl. So you're with the eighty second airborne hundred four hundred first airborne goodness. I didn't mean to insult you. Hundred first airborne. I five hundred and six parachute infantry regiment as a combat medic. Goodness docket. You see the movie Hacksaw Ridge by any chance, which movie Hacksaw Ridge. One the one about the medic who refused area firearm, you saw the movie. Excellent excellent. Was it pretty pretty realistic or very realistic? That's what you did. You're a medic except you carry firearms carried a firearm though, motion g washer wound or catastrophic, and we we we were just basic boy scout shop really we didn't. We didn't have that much training. We have fabulous. Doctor twitted almost everything we got was a catastrophic wound at all we could do is pray at work all one hundred first airborne. So where did you serve where were you? Normandy. Yes. Actually we landed behind Omaha beach. So doc, you're indeed. My goodness. Dad, you might wanna tell the audience about your experiences at the church, and I'll go villa PLA. During the first couple of days I worked with the guy. Shomali absconded with a German Jeep, and we were our job which picking up wounded people and bringing them in to a church had been converted to H station. This is a little church called ongoing veal lap too little Billick now. The idea watch for Willard at my shelf to go out where they were shooting outta should everything and bread bringing the wounded people in it didn't. We we had a couple of strictures lamb across a Jeep. And we'd bring these guys Jim followed would take care of initial in the church. Interesting note that deter church is a memorial today. And. On the Puget that church have never cleaned the blood off the cues as a memorial. I'm talking to Matt helping his dad Ed doc pepping who served as a medic World War during d day. Doc, I'm sure you saw the movie saving private Ryan. Yeah. Tell me about that how realistic that was it was very realistic to how did he make you feel when you saw it? This guy is this. This was all about what you went through. So. So you relived it didn't make you feel uncomfortable. Tell me how to make you feel yet boxer makes you very uncomfortable. Because it sounds were were. Made a reaction. Actually, it was. An action that you you went without you know, when we landed in Normandy I landed in a field all by myself you call being alone. They were forced to drop to seven hundred feet and ninety five miles an hour. We'll the guy's got compiler where young ever excellent. But they had to go in at seven hundred feet with all this flak coming up. And so they they didn't quite keep schedule. They dropped at three hundred feet. At one hundred sixty miles an hour. Well, the thing is a three hundred feet. You're the shoot popped open. Your Pete hit the ground and sold lava casualties there. But these Pollock's young pilot for excellent. Dad, tell tell the audience about your injuries upon landing since you landed so low and so fast. Well, actually, I landed backwards. Wearing a steel helmet. Actually, the opening shock tore my equipment. Many of the guy, and I commend backwards might steel helmet hit the back of my neck and cracked three vertebrae. But DOJ would the days you just didn't say, oh, so what ho so I stayed there for fifteen days until I was going to a big town cared called covering gone. And I was walking alongside compelling with a little tank and. They were after Berge and something happened. I have no idea what happened or who happen. And I ended up in the field hospital with a cast on me on my left leg for my ankle to my hip. The doctor later told dad's brother that what had happened is a shell had come down in the middle of all these guys and blown them all up and dad was the only survivor was about fifteen twenty guys that were all L killed at once dad dad was the lone survivor out of the group and your dad has a book about your dad's experiences. It's called we who are alive and remain. Untold stories of the band of brothers by markets. Brockton. Excellent. Yes. Actually that book is an interview of twenty of the the guys who were not the there was a mini series some years back about dad's company, easy company. I saw that band of brothers. Yes. And the the the the book that you just mentioned we are alive and remain is is an interview with some of the men who were not featured in the original book and movie so people can buy that Amazon which actor played your dad dad was not actually portrayed in the in the mini series that that's the book that you just referenced was a book that was done afterwards where they interviewed additional soldiers who had not been interviewed in the original book and had not been covered in the miniseries. It as you probably know my dad was a Montfort point marine. He was one of the first black marines. He is from Georgia. You train he trained in Georgia. Yes, I did. I traded Georgia Alana. I have love apprentice still there. Larry wonderful people. A lot of them did not survive, and I enjoyed very much bigger Georgia. Joe got fringe back there and. Vertu rifle doc, I'm really interested in your take on on America today. We we now have an all volunteer army. You were drafted. Did you? Did you volunteer? No. I was not drafted you. Volunteer. Volunteer. Volunteer in those days almost everybody volunteered. Yes. Almost all almost all. It was almost like electricity after actor that speech. FDR speech of. Yeah. People wanted to sign up. They wanted to get people that were too young lied about age people faked. Right. The name free so dock. We come back. I wonder what's your take on America? What do you think we are today? What do you think America is today compared to where America was when you fought in World War Two during d day? Triple eight nine seven one S A G E triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. My guess are met pepping and his father, Ed doc pepping who served as a medic in World War Two triple eight nine seven one S eight g we're taking your calls right now. Triple eight nine hundred one seven two four three do.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Four three we are in for a treat for the next hour i've got two wingmen with me their names are met pepper net tapping he brought his own man with him doc peppy who happened to have been a medic world war two doc is ninety five years young wow i'm looking at a war hero doc thank you so much for coming in you're welcome doc can you tell us about what you did in world war two they persuaded me to shorter not really quite durable barch march march so they handed me a parachute drop drop drop so you're with the eighty second airborne hundred four hundred first airborne oh goodness i didn't mean to insult you please hundred first airborne with five hundred and six parachute infantry regiment as a combat medic goodness docket you see the movie hacksaw ridge by any chance which movie hacksaw ridge the one about the medic who refused area firearm you saw the movie excellent excellent was it pretty pretty realistic very realistic that's what you did you're a medic yeah except you're carrying a firearm carried a firearm though bochy washer wound or catastrophic and we just we were just basic just boy scout shaw really we didn't have that much training we had fabulous doctors with it almost everything we got was a catastrophic wound at all we can do is pray at work all hundred and first airborne so where did you serve where were you normandy yes actually are we landed behind omaha beach doc you're indeed yes good nece dad you might wanna tell the audience about your experiences at the church and on gavila pla dirge during the first couple of days i worked with the guy shomali absconded with a german jeep and we were our job which picking up wounded people and bringing a maiden to a church that has been converted into a h station this is a little church called ongoing veal platt that's a little now the idea was for willard and my shelf to go out where they were shooting and everything and bread bring the wounded people in it didn't we we had a couple of strictures lamb across a jeep and we'd bring these guys in these followed would take care of muniz in the church interesting note that this church is a memorial today and on the pugin that church of never cleaned the blood off the cues as a memorial i'm talking to matt pepping and his dad ed doc pepping who served as a medic world war two during d day doc i'm sure you saw the movie saving private ryan yes tell me about that how realistic that was it was very realistic to how did he make you feel when you saw it this guy is this this was all about what you went through so that you relived it make you feel uncomfortable tell me how to make you feel yes and pops it makes you very uncomfortable because the sounds were were made a reaction actually it was an action that you you went without you know when we landed in normandy i landed up field all by myself that just you call being alone they were supposed to drop its at seven hundred feet and ninety five miles an hour all the guys got the pilots were young there were excellent but they had to go in at seven hundred feet with all this flak coming up and so they they didn't quite keep schedule they dropped us at three hundred feet at one hundred sixty miles an hour well the thing is a three hundred feet you're the shoot popped open your hit the ground and sold there were casualties hair but these pollock's young pilots for excellent deck dad tell tell the audience about your injuries upon landing since you landed so low and so fast well actually i landed backwards worry a steel helmet actually the opening shock tore my clip banal many of the guy and i commend backwards mike steel helmet hit the back of my neck and crack three vertebrae but doj would the days you just didn't say oh so what ho so i stayed there for fifteen days and jail obvious going to a big town called kevin dawn and i was walking alongside some fellas with a little tank and they were after shapers.
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"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"God what an ass kiss that's nancy pelosi for those of you keeping score no it was it you know because the same thing about this last big deal we did in the nineties with the group that we're gonna go see in june when that an amazing deal an incredible diplomatic deal wasn't that great i think stopping him from continuing to further his nuclear program maybe even giving up some of his weapons not all of his weapons he's not gonna do that abandoning the icbm's and stopping the war completely that is never ended would be a major accomplishment like you could not believe remember iran is still ways away from getting a nuclear weapon and all we did was basically say you guys are years away from getting a nuclear weapon so we're going to hold you in a pattern of steadiness about that and maybe he'll destroy some of this stuff and we'll give you back all your money and then oh by the way you're gonna take that do whatever the hell you want with it and we have no repercussions on that i don't know if that's really the greatest deal in the world i would have liked to see trump but more of an effort into it but maybe there's a plan down the road i don't know it may turn out the trump's move is idi arctic and it cost us it may turn out that moves brilliant i usually tend to think somewhere in the middle of the truth and where this thing will lie let me tell you why they'll that's a tough road it's ideology i the iranians our ideology that's hard especially when you're hell bent and in your ideology is such that you lead with it i and you will not waver whatever your belief system is such it's hard i watched the movie last night because i could not sleep again hacksaw ridge.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Their families at stake and the only chance the the only option they have is to fight and not to defend them either because it's a war situation and you do have rules of engagement but this is not a marvel movie ly or star wars where you've got the stormtroopers and i'll get blown up you billy gay because it nameless faceless characters that are fodder in a in a in a fictional action movie this is a real life action movie so the death and destruction the is is a little bit brushed away in a wears a movie like hacksaw ridge it was glory and bloody and horrifying to watch but that's combat and that's also the way about him since iraq's this one kinda pulls back a bit audit it does gotta lean into these sort of hollywood issue kind of action moments where you say well i don't know personal begun killed because they're they're right they're in the line of fire and everybody seems to miss them but overall i mean it works were sort of like a a midjanuary action pick and it it it it it also shows an interesting of a strategic element that a lot of people to know about it does get a little corny at times with the the the general from the northern alliance he he does said the spout this yoda asks sage wisdom that seems a little bit false at times but overall it i thought it was an entertaining film so twelve strong cataracts yet cat iraq's you're listening to fat guys at the movies with kevin carlos talk about mom and dad in a peaceful suburb parents are suddenly compelled them berger their own children rush today waiting for any plus by a islamic chemistry multiple report are now coming in apparent murdering their own children loses who topped swore mom dad come home.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Hacksaw ridge well i want to congratulate the a large corporations in our country they're going to get a tax break and they need a tax break because taxes are so high federal income taxes on corporations than it is very difficult to compete internationally i mean federal corporate income taxes should not be thirty five percent you're not they are in russia you're not by the way you know what taxes are for individuals and russia 13 percent flat tax you have a former communist regime now a fascist regime that has he thirteen percent tax across the board here we're going to have twelve percent at the low end and while we pride ourselves on the back but don't worry we control the house we control the senate we control the presidency all the elected entities that the federal government of what are we gonna do wayne increase a new upper income tax bracket and the price of the united states is in missouri in the show me stay going on around about how this tax cut is bigger than reagan's reagan and eighty two and eighty six these seventy percent operate the twenty eight percent 28 percent and he made no apologies for no class warfare propaganda none of it none of it in some of the supplysiders who worked in his administration should be ashamed of themselves for buying into the propaganda that class warfare when it comes to individual taxpayers older rick the rich need to pay more the rich need to pay more all that bernie sanders saul alinsky march crap now if you're rich and you would cooperate somehow you become a major corporation or attached to it then you deserve a cut it's irrational here's the other thing you need to understand and a friend of mine as i said.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I just wanted to congratulate you on the floor because you are office maybe you don't have revelation yet but you started out with the title being saw any sort of god first all things he added then you added safe because god says about fake names possible to sleazy am and then you rounded out with god faith and what's the third saying reason that's right in what is god kill abraham let's let's let's reason together even though you're sanzar is firms and and the red let's reason it's so god is in the business of reason and your tapped into that so you are but maybe you just don't have the let's just he's up because what i want to say this you know done donald we don't know each of these cool he's from houston texas you obviously a very spiritually i'm deeply spiritual man very religious christian no doubt then you know i don't know you don't know me but you remind me of the man in that movie hacksaw ridge did you ever see that movie yes sir you remind that kinda guy and you know i would proudly we need the you anywhere in this world and i know we together just through the voice of the radio but donald thank you for those beautiful words i'm sending your copy of god faith and reason for you to enjoy a share with others it's a beautiful call i gotta tell you i watched that movie again on the'veto turn it off that's a great movie clint eastwood dinner right hacksaw ridge i mean is so graphic the violence were so awful boys having a legs blown off and you know the the bayonets in the stomachs some how much can use you sit and watch it on the vicarious thrill of what death and destruction in warfare god bless the warriors the ones who actually can stand up in a hail of bullets and come out of it with their brains intact without getting shot still come back to life and not have lost their minds god we have to respect our warriors because without them we wouldn't survive day i think about this every day and so you know you watch that movie and he was a guy the movie.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WDRC
"I just wanted jeanpaul of you are a office john you don't have revelation yet but you started out with the title being and abdul and then you add faith because dogged will the plan and then you rounded out with dr faith and what the third thing reason that's right and what did die kale abraham let's let's leasing together even though you're sanders brimson and red let's reads and until god is in the business of reason and your tapped into that so you are a prophet maybe you just don't have the revelation of its just keep up your as john donald we don't know each uh from houstonsan through obviously a very spiritually and deeply spiritual man very religious christian though doubt you know i don't you you don't know me but you remind me of japan in that movie hacksaw ridge did you ever see that movie stars yes you remind me that kinda guy and you know proudly abc you anywhere in this world together just through the voice of the radio but donald thank you for those beautiful words on selling your copy of good faith and reason for you to enjoy a share with others and a beautiful cool i gotta tell you i watched that move get on tv on a turn it off movie clint eastwood did a right hacksaw ridge i mean is so graphic the violence was so i shall legs blown off and you know the the banana mixed uh uh y you sit and watch it in the vicarious thrill of what death than russian of warfare gouge the warriors ones who actually can stand up in a hail of bullets and come out of it with their brains intact without getting shot still come back to life and not have lost their minds god we have to respect a warriors because without them we wouldn't survive day i think about this every day wow and so you know you watch that movie and he was a guy the movie.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The wondering where i come out and the theme is playing from his western it's hilarious how great movie i think i will say mass shanna comedies he asked the movie right the movie which was also on by which donald sutherland yes also in uh schindler's list yeah al guy absolutely and you don't eat i know that's not necessarily that action war movie but it is an innocent area in his one it's a completely different point of view yes it is to help you know at one of the newer ones which i started slow for me but by the end of it i was i was without breath yeah i was so taken hacksaw ridge i was just going to say out yet you're when i was going to say that yet because i wasn't sure as the me if that was going to be admitted it captivated yet yeah by the end of it it's like oh my god bridget should have seen this because at the beginning of the richard won't wanna see here twelve o'clock high one of holy earlier me i'm sorry i saw that actually i went to after the tv series okay there are a series twelve o'clock high very vague terezija ancia right and i found out that it was based on this movie which then would be shown you know late at night on channel nine because the movie was was sold and then apocalypse now platoon uplift tool see i was looking at that i thought it was was overdone i thought that the acting was just two overdone and and it just didn't feel real to me well these of these are the three vietnam on so as they are right who tune full metal jacket jim member yeah i saw that it was okay frozen it was brutal yet stanwick acura i'm talking from a the can't you know can i get into this movie uh i mean if we're going to go there on.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You seen the tough lifting and wholesome and worth while in this bathroom movies and what are you hope yeah i've i've only seen to that are on the best picture list that would be la la land and hacksaw ridge uh both i thought were were great movies very different kind of stories being called hacksaw ridge takes you into the horror ars of war but not in any gratuitous way but in a way to reveal those or into reveal with the human heart is capable of in the midst of greed evil it is a tremendous tale of heroism of courage uh of salvation and very dark dark places uh i would be rooting for hacksaw ridge to get the oscar for sure yeah i believe violent you need to give you the warned by petty terribly via yeah yeah it's terribly violent use really see what goes on in war it is not something you're gonna take the whole family out for a night of entertainment but it does tell an honest harrowing story a real courage it's it's a proof how movie it really is um la la land i've seen and i think it's it raises some good questions about human relationships about human love uh i like this genre of the musical i didn't always like it but uh i i'd come as an adult to like the jumper the musical because news gives you a way of entering into the into here you're of this the person's heart the person's story and i love the how a lot lowland draws out this aid we all have we're all looking for some kind of happiness and fulfillment how to be how we respond to that hungary and our hearts la la land i think act some good question is not a perfect movie no movie is but some good question so i'm route neither for hacksaw ridge la la land okay great good to hear those those things so when you wiped the astor's on february twenty six check it out and feel if christopher west nailed it we've been talking with crowder wet who has just finished a couple of workshop in the baltimore area if you wanna hear them in personnel being harrisburg pennsylvania march fix pete talking about we imagining the family you can also of course visit the website at corp project dot com and people are not i'm not have website trying to lift the.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"And now the new one is john lithgow is welfare rolls dad a rope hansie and and they're all getting together for christmas with mark waugh burg's dad mel gibson i'll my god and it turns my stomach and i will not and i again i see everything especially comedies and i will not see this i don't know how much gibson's okay no as a director okay they tricked yet they wouldn't even advertizes a director for that ridge movie hacksaw ridge for the longest time and these not onscreen but now they're like era you forgot everybody forgot you forgot that he said to his ex you look like a fucking pig and he niffikeer rate by a pack of niggers it will be your fault we forgot oh as in the christmas over and he's obviously a sexist asshole the christmas movie because he's done some prostitute joke to the kids and they have throw they'll say that joke inappropriate dead yeah he's inappropriate what about the fact that mark wahlberg beat beat that this guy half blind i don't enjoy that yelling racist shit at him as well and are still continuing his his legacy right and also he was in that first movie that you don't mind seeing what i like a a better is that mark wahlberg apologized as you should his crowd i combat him i like it better he apologize after he got into deep kitten was trying to get himself out of it just like what's his face did not system i'll gibson never apologized if anything he's when he a answers question he says why was my phone bout.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"And also towards just that that whole genre i thought logan was just up just two highland i mean there's heads getting lopped off left and right these got this girl who's like 10 who's got clause and she's ripping out people's karadzic arteries and cutting off for morals and i just like whoa it's like an anatomy lesson i mean it was really it was butchery and and i i get that violence is a part of of drama in story are you telling but it i thought i thought logan was a little excessive on the violence i just did and i uh appreciate it that they tried something new and they made some good choices with the cast in get all of that but it was too bathroom anyway and also too long and dragged in places but i was looking for a move to watch and i i watched a few minutes of some clunkers either there was there was a king arthur movie that was available these are all for free on the plane a king arthur movie which i mean this is one of the great tales eaten well all storyteller i mean the king arthur in the knives the roundtable it's just phenomenal source material and this guy richie king arthur update was such trash all all the cgi the noise and the beginning it's like a rip off the lord of the rings and i just thought it was a big giant mess i got through ten or fifteen minutes of it and then i was like well i'm going to go to the next and i'm going to go to the next thing i'm and i'm gonna move on pass this this is not going to god i can hold my attention and sometimes off fast fourth removing just as watch the action because action movie quote friday i mean i love action movies and i'll just two swazi action sequences those even stunk in the guy richie king arthur movie so i was like this is not going to be good i got no movies your all hacksaw ridge i had been meaning to watch hacksaw ridge since it came out in theaters i.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Their energy and darkens you feel that spot behind him even when he's not you know slicing things with lightsaber and yelling at ray fan and because of his demeanor and his presence rain i think that he could be a really good joker b again he had the same physical presence that uh we kind of went forward this where he's taller um what lay he bite he also very intimidated and he we know that he can be loud and intense but he can also be impressively intimidating even in his most quiet moldan's then uh the next one which is also still me uh interest andrew garfield was uh another amazing spiderman star that we thought may deserve a chance at redemption by getting a better comic book role i think the andrew garfield may still have some anger and frustration left in him after the amazing spiderman turned out to be a disappointing franchise 'cause that was a role that he loved that he was so excited to get at a lifelong spiderman ban and since the studio finish freedom over by turning the movie into something he didn't want to make i think he could maybe channel that and to quite an intense performance as the joker especially if we get to see the side of him that we see in the social network where he gets really pissed off at mark zuckerberg uh as edouardo sovereign but out i also referenced a movie late you might not think to uh talk about when you're thinking about the joker and that his performance and hacksaw ridge but it's only because it's clear it's you can see two different extreme that he no to a you can be really angry allowed him so chanelle reply he also has this.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Yarmuk loan let's go after lord of the rings size or any other oscar winning great movie you guys wanna say there's nerdy game of thrones one a new come on these are huge huge movies knows it under guard made his debut game of thrones you guys are in a small minority well that's what am i nordea's in or small on everybody loves these movies at by edged the say tugrik which us retreat i got a jump in its if feel like you're watering down the heroism of everything that went down locate but it's a retreat it's a movie about a retreat and then you have citizens of britain who come in in in help right yeah eviad a heroic moment it it yes but the heroes are not the soldiers there retreating yes for two did you see hacksaw ridge that i would recommend i did not see that you would andhra nine to violent to it was almost iron is really gory yet last now our man and peter travers rolling stone i use agree with his movie reviews i just didn't what if it wins the oscar what it doesn't matter i did i couldn't care less i know it's only august but you think it feels like it's got oscar buzz it's an unbelievable the cinematography is incredible the way it shot is incredible mike you feel like you're in the cockpit you feel like your own boat you feel like you're in the water it's really unbelievable i just didn't think it was a great movie story with it looked to me like if you took beautiful clips of that time period and dressed him up made him really colorful that's what you have a bunch of movie clips.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"I think we got the apollo thirteen astronauts back from the dark side of the moon i just saw last night i was watching hacksaw ridge again you know and i think look at this amazing group of men dead and this one particular hero dead i mean come surely i can i can solve the problem of ground ps you know what i mean it's sort of lecturing myself that i shouldn't just cave and just you wimp out and call a guy sort of taking these inspirations from you know things that have absolutely nothing to do at home maintenance trying to this shore up my will they do battle with these these beasts in again boy hacksaw ridge well for the third time i've seen this movie and it's unbelievable fiat already seen it i know it's been out for a year but it's on hbo right now it's absolutely extraordinary uh and it it it reminds us that you know intersection aladi and wining and playing the victim card and all of that stuff it reminds us of how completely embarrassingly absurd it is for any single american citizen to engage in such frivolity in the face of some of the most amazing accomplishments not even of just generations of our of our entire history just watch the movie if you haven't had a chance to see it it's it's it's surreal lee brutal but it is it's there's an odd hopeful quality to it at the end of it all i know a lot of very seen it and they said yes i think he is marvelous movie there was out last year i just thought again that i bring it up sheriff clarke is going to join the after a moment and like i said we're gonna talk about the problem of criminal aliens in the united states were not supposed to say that when i suppose to talk about ms thirteen you're not supposed to talk about any of the other violent gangs of the drug cartels you're not supposed to talk about just sort of random low level violent criminals who were in the united states illegally not supposed to do that because that's racists to do that so we're gonna talk about it next because of course that's absurd i'll congratulations to james strauss of milwaukee he's the winner of the.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The cockpit and you can feel it shaking and you can feel every bullet that's actually hitting the thin metal shield on your airplane and then of course there is by sea and that's the famous little boats people talked about the dunkirk spirit one of the things that the new prime minister and he had just become prime minister winston churchill did was they could not land big royal navy ships so to get across the channel and the channel can be turbulent and rough and difficult they sent out fairies and cabin cruisers and fishing boats and yachts and all kinds of little boats that actually picked up people to rescue the mark rylance plays a father who's going out with his son on one of those little boats the entire film is brilliant it cuts back and forth among these three stories it is utterly gripping an utterly real and only the very end do you hear some of the great words that have winston churchill actually offered a right after the dunkirk miracle this is why i it four stars for dunkirk and by the way one of the other many good decisions that christopher nolan made is it's pg thirteen movie it does not like hacksaw ridge which is another brilliant recent war movie but hacksaw ridge has exploding guts and intestines coming out on brain splattering from people's heads this is pg thirteen you don't see the gore but she feel the impact of the bulletin of the war dorothy rabinowitz complained she says director christopher nolan whose credits include batman begins in the dark night has said he wanted to avoid making a film not relevant did as audiences and the need and want to get them bogged down in politics this has more than mr nolan intended about his estimate of today's moviegoers no it says not anything about that she she complains because churchill never appears on screen and by the way for people who who subscribe to our newsletter we have linked in our newsletter to the audio which is remarkable of churchill's famous speech after dunkirk whereas as we i shall never surrender and it's a brilliant speech hints worth listening to but that's not with this movie is about it's not about the politicians it's not about the general's it's about the men on the.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Thin metal shield on your airplane and then of course there is by sea and that's the famous little boats people talked about the dunkirk spirit one of the things that the new prime minister and he had just become prime minister winston churchill did was they could not land big royal navy ships so to get across the channel and the channel can be turbulent and rough and difficult they sent out ferries and cabin cruisers and fishing boats and yachts and all kinds of little boats that actually picked up people to rescue the mark rylance plays a father who's going out with his son on one of those little boats the entire film is brilliant it cuts back and forth among these three stories it is utterly gripping an utterly real and only at the very end do you hear some of the great words that winston churchill actually offered a right after the dunkirk miracle this is why i it four stars for dunkirk and by the way one of the other many good decisions that christopher nolan made is it's pg thirteen movie it does not like hacksaw ridge which is another brilliant recent war movie but hacksaw ridge has exploding guts and intestines coming out on brain splattering from people's heads this is pg thirteen you don't see the gore but she i feel the impact of the bulletin of the war dorothy rabinowitz complained she says director christopher nolan whose credits include batman begins in the dark night has said he wanted to avoid making a film not relevant did as audiences in that he didn't want to get them bogged down in politics this as more than mr nolan intended about his estimate of today's moviegoers no it says not anything about that cheat she complains because churchill never appears on screen and by the way for people who who subscribe to our newsletter we have linked in our newsletter to the audio which is remarkable of churchill's famous speech after dunkirk where he we shall i'll never surrender and it's a brilliant speech and it's worth listening to but that's not with this movie is about it's not about politicians it's not about the general's it's about the men on the.
"hacksaw ridge" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I keep saying it's a unique warfilm because it's not really a warfilm it's an action film it's an action film it's a disaster for it's a war film yeah but crisp known is even say it meant you know the reason why i feel comfortable release in his in the summertime because pg 13 in is an action movie yeboah at that's the way i see it is just about people just trying to live because just like we talked about chainsaw massacre yesterday in maine and we talked about it like you think it's more violent than it really is annual blood in their people they see blood all the time and some people come out of this thinking they see a lot of blood it's a war film that he doesn't have any blood in it attacks under disappointed me yet it naturally india really got me a lot he had seen a realistic warfilm now wait where there's nobody would it almost like takes away that just by the gravity of the death like our people getting hurt yeah and it's funny because tarnished they did so blood and when he manama we're not about the battlefield right wondu bits bringing the pool to hang of fox through after seeing something like hacksaw ridge where people alone away you're like oh faulk like it hits way harder when people go here at honestly a kind of reminded me of stormtroopers and get yet and people are we getting blown away by like mortar strike in their body who this weiwei there'd be no legs was that happening has it when it happened like is far away issued a me and there's no viscera coming down on anybody alive in bother me because i got the feeling that he was implying a lot of things more than you saw me you saw people get blown up in people get blown up in a come back to the body underground with the meat coming out the league and everything this was wear.