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Hart's War (2002) Movie Information

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Hart's War (2002)
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Overall Rank:

8539

Avg. Rating:

2.40/4

# of Ratings:

55

Genres:

Drama, War

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

02/15/2002

Director:

Gregory Hoblit

Actors:

Bruce Willis
Colin Farrell
Terrence Howard
Cole Hauser
Marcel Iures
Linus Roache

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

In the 1940's, World War II prisoner of war (POW) were captured by the Germans. 2nd Lt. Lincoln A. Scott (Terrence Howard) is accused of murdering Staff Sergeant Vic W. Bedford (Cole Hauser). 1st Lt. Thomas Hart (Farrell) is tasked to defend him.

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Hart's War review

1st Lt. Thomas Hart (Farrell) was captured by the Germans. Hart discuss his interrogation to Colonel William McNamara (Willis). Staff Sergeant Vic W. Bedford (Cole Hauser) is murdered and a guard sees 2nd Lt. Lincoln A. Scott (Terrence Howard) and is accused of the act. Hart is requested by McNamara to defend him in a court-martial proceeding. The score and dramatic scenes were amazing. Pace of the story tends to slow down towards the middle and only picks up after the murder, which lacked sufficient scenes of the actual act. Furthermore, insufficient action for this type of genre were due to the focus on the flawed characters. Screenplay was good with a sample line from Col. William McNamara: “If we dual, we both lose.” Terrence Howard was astoundingly sensational in his role. W...

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