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Bernhard Wicki, Ken Annakin & Andrew Marton

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El 6 de junio de 1944 la invasión de los aliados en Francia marcó el comienzo del fin de la doación nazi sobre Europa. El ataque contó con 3,000,000 de hombres, 11,000 aviones y 4,000 buques, conformando así la fuerza armada más grande que el mundo había visto hasta entonces. Presentada en su versión original en blanco y negro, este filme es una vívida recreación de este histórico evento.

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  • Reviews Counted: 22
  • Fresh: 20
  • Rotten: 2
  • Average Rating: 7.8/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: It is hard to think of a picture, aimed and constructed as this one was, doing any more or any better or leaving one feeling any more exposed to the horror of war than this one does. – Bosley Crowther, New York Times, 7 jul, 2017

Fresh: A solid and stunning war epic. – Variety Staff, Variety, 7 jul, 2017

Fresh: This mammoth depiction of the D-Day landings is certainly impressive in its scope. – Film4, 7 jul, 2017

Fresh: A far cry from the gore-drenched Saving Private Ryan, legendary producer Darryl F. Zanuck's heartfelt recreation of the D-Day landings is, in its own way, every bit as memorable. – Empire Magazine, 24 jun, 2010

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Great Movie but they did not go widescreen as the original

Movie is fairly close to actual details but some facts were modified for better screen play impact vs some straight facts i.e. when Red Buttons hangs off the church the paratrooper he portrays really slung down the opposite side of the church and was about 12 feet off the ground, far enough to have been missed/seen in all the action of battle that night; he was saved that night by the French and wound up marrying the town Pharmacist's daughter and stayed in France after the war. Overall , however, the movie is true to the history; the Germans speaking German (with English subtitles) and keeping the film to B&W (as the majority of films of the war were made) lend the authenticity to capture the day. Remember, this film came out less than 20 years from the actual events. It did not portray the laning on the beach brutality as Saving Private Ryan did but The Longest Day stayed more to the oveall facts than SPR did. It would be interesting to have SPR on iPod video so you can see the different approach to one of the most significant events of our history that helped defeat the tyranny of the Nazis. Read the books by Cornelius Ryan which is the basis for this movie plus other major battles he wrote that are hallmarks in setting out some of the most significant events of WW2.

Great movie but

This is my favorite war movie best i ahve seen yet but why rent it i would buy it not sure what itunes is thinking rent=$2.99/Buy=$9.99 And also their is a form where you can send a request to apple to allow this movie to be bought not sure on the link.

This is an ok movie

But if you believed the way it portays events you would get the impression that Britain and the Commonwealth countries just sat at home and let the Americans do it all, whereas in fact there were only two American beaches and three Brit/Commonwealth ones. This really annoyed my father who actually landed on one of the Brit beaches (sword beach) and in my opinion this bias detracts from what would otherwise be an all time classic. The action itself is pretty well done but not in the same league as the modern war films such as Saving Private Ryan or Letters From Iwo Jima.......and yes, it is shot entirely in black and white.

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  • $14.99
  • Género: Acción y aventura
  • Publicado: 1962

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