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Posted by Mr_Muzik 1 year, 9 months ago
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From the fact it was made in 1930, you could class 'All Quiet on the Western Front' as a war movie museum piece, but Lewis Milestone's film is a seminal piece of anti-war propaganda, focusing on the Great War from the perspective of a group of German soldiers, in particular Paul Baumer (Lew Ayres). Ayres gives a sensitive and powerful performance: by the 2nd World War the actor chose to serve as a medic, where he gained distinction. Remembered for the sequence with the butterfly at the end in particular, this early talkie manages to set its scene and transmit a powerful message. An involving and clever film which on its recent restoration and cinema re-release has taken on new significance in the 21st century. All Quiet on the Western Front is one of the first movies to feel like a movie. The camera takes part in the action: it moves in and out, frames people in close up. Some of the most memorable images come when the camera tracks along with the soldiers as they charge the enemy trenches. And though sound in cinema was in its infancy, this movie makes terrific use of it. It's curious to compare it with the very fine tv version with Richard Thomas. The latter version has more scenes from the book and better acting, yet it's still inferior. It suffers from the lack of detail that so many TV productions had then along with comparatively flat lighting. The first version, on the other hand, has a look that resembles a documentary on World War I. They filmed it only eleven years after the war ended, and it contains a power only possible by those who've lived through an era being dramatized. Also, like CITIZEN KANE and DODSWORTH, it baffles one as to how Hollywood of this time produced such a non-escapist piece of entertainment. There were some anti-war movies before this one but none of them hit the mark- and made its point so well such as this one. It's still one of most powerful movies ever made, out of any genre or time period. And not just that, the movie is also really among the best ever made.

Posted by Rob_Apples 2 years ago
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Even though the cover is from the remake, this is a remarkable story. Read the book if you have the opportunity.

Posted by karloff1904 2 years, 5 months ago
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this is the original not the 1979 remake (remake is damn good) it is however imho the greatest war movie of all time.

Posted by EraseTheHate 3 years, 3 months ago
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Great classic. The acting was really great and it had a good storyline. I would definetly recommend watching it.

Posted by proana 3 years, 3 months ago ( Edited 2 years, 9 months ago )
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Great film, and nice plot. Loved the way it was done. A classic war movie and one of the best to this day! A must see for any film fanatic! 5/5.

Posted by shep93 3 years, 4 months ago
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I remember watching this in history class this film is amazing 10/10

Posted by commando 3 years, 4 months ago
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Nice classic movie, compare it with today im sure its very gud 10/10

Posted by limmengyong 3 years, 8 months ago
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Great Classic. I couldn't imagine how a 1930 movie could be filmed to such a standard. 10/10

Posted by MontyBeep 11 months ago ( Edited 11 months ago )
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Sufficient remake and a good story.

Posted by malaysiaboy 11 months ago
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Now this is what i call a masterpiece. Just pure art. One of the best war movie ever made even by to day's standards. Each scene was made with care and was well written. It shows how a person could be manipulated into joining a war and how each stages of war,every day of war could change the person,mentally,emotionally and physically. The scenes in the bunker,the battle at the 40mins mark,the scenes where they lose their friend to war,all of this scenes had so much emotions in them and showed the true horrors of the war and how pointless it can be. There's alot of heartbreaking scenes in this movie that can teach us alot about life and how valuable it is. Everyone can learn great things from it. The direction and cinematography in the movie is just amazing. The cinematography itself tells the story sometimes even when there isn't any dialogue. This movie might not be the 1st choice for many to watch due to being a very old movie and it's not about entertainment but when u watch it,u'll know that it's worth every minute spent on it.

Posted by IVgeologist 1 year, 1 month ago
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I loved the book, although this movie does a really good job at depicting the first world war and also turning you off from the idea of waging it. Not bad considering this was made back in the 30's. I havent seen the remake yet, but this one still holds up well and the fact that it's black and white makes it feel like a more authentic documentary of the time. Just as good as other anti-war movies like Johnny got His Gun. 9.5/10

Posted by chinawhite13 1 year, 11 months ago
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i read the book and finished it at the start of december, ive been trying to watch the move now and all i have been able to find is the remake. Original are always better, they have more substance. i have been wanting to watch this one so can anyone post a better link?

Posted by matrix501 2 years, 3 months ago
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this is just a great classic they really knew how to make movies! Now i want to see the remake it was made in the 70's to see if it is as good as the 1930's one

Posted by playtrix 2 years, 3 months ago
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This is the greatest war movie of all time. Very powerful and moving even today in the era of big explosions and special effects. Outstanding acting and deep, intriguing characters. The message of the movie is timeless.

Posted by Sorina 2 years, 5 months ago
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OMG! I read this book last year! I didn't know there's actually a movie on this! The book was somewhat challenging but it was worth it! Loved the book :'D

Posted by WiggySr 2 years, 5 months ago
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Excellent war movie of the first World War, but this movie was not made in 1930. We studied this movie in highschool too. I think the movie came out in the late seventies. Forget his real name but it was a award winning performance for Johnboy from the Waltons.

Posted by RichardWhiteley 2 years, 9 months ago
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Tragically Beautiful

Posted by mosin44 3 years, 5 months ago
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Annoyed at how it ends,but other than that a great movie.

Posted by parksize 3 years, 7 months ago
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I have this film on dvd and its amazing the cold hard realities of the first world war inflicted upon a young innocent/idealistic boy how he grows to be a man that he never wanted to be its so sad to see the death of a dream

Posted by katkatattack 3 years, 10 months ago
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This is a great war movie. Connects you to the character on all levels a must see. 11 out of 10.

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