The Great Raid

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Miramax The Great Raid (Blu-Ray) In the epic traditionof “Saving Private Ryan,” “The Great Raid” is an inspirational true story of the most triumphant rescue mission in U.S. military history! As World War II rages, the elite 6th Ranger Battalion is given a mission of heroic proportions: push 30 miles behind enemy lines and liberate over 500 American prisoners of war. Under the command of Lt. Col. Henry Mucci (Benjamin Bratt – “Traffic”), the men of the 6th will face… More >>

The Great Raid

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  1. Maybe japaneses (generation of my grand grand father) were too cruel to keep live few hundreds of americans in camps but not to kill many hundred thousands of womens and children at Nagasaki or Hiroshima, in Viet-Nam and recentry in Irac. This movie may provocate antipathies among races by exagerated director’s creation but it gave no chance of peace to our world. It’s very regrettable the existance of this kind of movies to only earn the money. Leonardo Caprio.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. This movie was real lame. Thought going to get “director cut” would be more details and gory …about 10 minutes of “Saving private Ryan” would worth whole entire of this junk.. This is about “American soldiers” back in 1945, wasn’t this much like now had interracial people. About %90 of cast is “LATINOS” back then wasn’t like this and BENJAMIN BRATT was soo wrong in this movie too..Movie is trash, and wasting time & money looks like someone from Mexico made this movie. And one of the partners with Benjamin bratt in this movie had Mexican accent, while he was trying to speak English!He had a bit philipino eyes and looks,like some mexicans has that look! just Bad casting and scrip! Skip this,B.S try watch saving private Ryan again that’s a real movie and worth every time and money. SKIP this junk! C
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. Boring for the most part of the movie… The only aciton is close to the end 2 out of 5.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. I read the book Ghost Soldiers before watching the movie. I was highly disappointed at the dramatized version of the movie. The book tells the real story of the soldiers who were imprisoned for over three years (after being abandoned by their country) and the Ranger company that rescued them. The movie only tells the story of the rescuers.

    The real story lies in the atrocities committed by the Japanese. The American soldiers and the Philippino civilians who endured starvation, diseases, cruel treatment, torture and cowardly murder at the hands of their captors deserve to have their story told. This Hollywood version of their story does not do them justice.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. The book is better, the movie is too long, too mushy, too subjective and fictioniolize kind of like the movie “Pearl Harbor”, it does not tell the whole story, for entertainment purposes, it would be OK but there is really more to the story. If you want to know more what really happenned read “Ghost Soldiers: The forgotten epic story of WWII most dramatic mission”. There was no nurse in the real event based on the book, she was a madam running a bordello for the japanese but in reliaty the bordello was only a front to get information from the japanese and also provide the prisoners with news, and medications.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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