Hart’s War Movie Download

Hart’s War YTS

Action / Drama / War
2 hr 5 min

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Plot Summary:
When Col. William McNamara is stripped of his freedom in a German POW camp, he’s determined to keep on fighting even from behind enemy lines. Enlisting the help of a young lieutenant in a brilliant plot against his captors, McNamara risks everything on a mission to free his men and change the outcome of the war.
Gregory Hoblit
Top Cast
Cole Hauser as Staff Sgt. Vic W. Bedford

Bruce Willis as Col. William A. McNamara

Colin Farrell as Lt. Thomas W. Hart

Jonathan Brandis as Pvt. Lewis P. Wakely

Hart’s War 2002 720p.BluRay

850.16 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 5 min
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Hart’s War 2002 1080p.BluRay

1022.86 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 5 min
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Hart’s War review

Reviewed by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews

7 / 10

The director has done better, but you could do worse
This takes place in a POW camp during WWII, and follows the events that transpire after a few black enlisted men are captured and put among the white prisoners. This has a well-written script, lines are great and well-delivered, the plot is interesting, engaging and develops quite nicely throughout. The editing and cinematography have some inspired moments, and are always marvelous. This is rather exciting and entertaining.

I haven’t read the novel, nor did I realize that this was based upon one until I watched it. This is the third of Hoblit’s films I’ve seen, the other two being Frequency and Primal Fear, both of which I find to be excellent. Thus, in comparison, this is a little less impressive. I wouldn’t call it poor, however. It certainly has a point to it, something to say, and it communicates it fairly well. The message is good, too.

The performances are impeccable, Willis does as well as we expect, Farrell makes reasonable use of his chance at doing a role that can prove he can do more than project his “bad boy” persona onto the screen, and Howard shines. This meeting and conflict between the experienced master and the up-and-coming student is further infused with the clever juxtaposition of that relationship being not only of their characters – but of the actors, as well.

The DVD comes with two informational, compelling and amusing commentaries: one by Gregory Hoblit, writer Billy Ray and Bruce Willis, and one by producer David Foster, 10 minutes of good deleted scenes with or without director commentary and several photo galleries. There is relatively infrequent strong violence and language. I recommend this to any fan of dramas, and who enjoy movies that deal with history. 7/10Read More

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