NR Daily: 1917: A Somber Journey into Hell

Sam Mendes is the real star of Sam Mendes's new World War I drama.
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December 25 2019
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Kyle Smith

1917: A Somber Journey into Hell

As director Sam Mendes ramps up the showmanship in the second half of the film, "1917" feels less and less like a gripping tale of two ...   READ MORE

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