All Quiet on the Western Front

2022 [GERMAN]

Action / Drama / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90% · 166 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 7.8/10 10 204158 204.2K

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Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
March 21, 2023 at 08:23 AM


Top cast

Daniel Brühl as Matthias Erzberger
Edin Hasanovic as Tjaden Stackfleet
Aaron Hilmer as Albert Kropp
Devid Striesow as General Friedrichs
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1.26 GB
German 5.1
24 fps
2 hr 28 min
P/S 244 / 1
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German 2.0
24 fps
2 hr 28 min
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2 hr 28 min
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2 hr 28 min
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Reviewed by terrencepatrix 8 / 10

Rough brutal material

This movie did something I didn't expect from a World War makes you feel empathetic for the Germans. To an extent.

I'm no war buff so I'll leave the realism to the experts but what this movie does is show you the first World War from the view point of people who've never experienced or even conceived of war and bloodshed on this scale. It starts off with new recruits full of patriotism for their country expecting to be sent on a grand adventure only to have those expectations quickly shattered. Turns out war isn't fun, and not even initially due to the actual fighting. Just training and constantly being screamed at and controlled while marching your days away is brutal. Remember, while vehicles existed, they weren't common use at this period of time...these soldiers had to walk, walk, and walk some more to get to where the war effort was taking place. And even if they had vehicles most of those places didn't have roads yet to drive them on. Then there's the constant lack of food and water, rough sleeping conditions, being exposed to the elements. Just GETTING to the war is brutal. That's a good 3rd of the movie right there.

Then close to the half way point, after a few minor skirmishes, we see the war front and the trenches and get to see what that's like.'s terrible! You pop up out of a trench and're shot. And that's just life in between charges. There was no strategy to the charges either, they relied on waves of bodies to gain even 100 meters, hoping to out pace the bullets constantly coming your way. Millions of young men died in this fashion, their bodies littering the field.

The most brutal part of the film is the weapons of war never before seen. Tanks, flame throwers, planes dropping bombs. Men screaming in pure terror while the bullet proof tanks drive over them, while flames fill their trenches, or planes blow them up while they flee.

And the odd thing is since we're seeing it from the eyes of the young German soldiers, who are truly clueless as to why they're really even fighting, you do empathize and feel sorry for them. You find yourself even rooting for them. This movie humanizes them but importantly shows the politicians who are truly to blame for the atrocities. The powerful men behind the scenes, bloated from being overfed on rich foods, hundreds of miles away from the pain and suffering they cause.

I have no idea how accurate this movie is but it's a pretty straight forward piece showing just how awful, terrifying, and destructive this period of time was. I really enjoyed it and recommend it to any fans of this genre.

Reviewed by bbevis-47954 8 / 10

A depressing, sobering reminder of the futility of war.

All Quite on the Western Front is depressing, tense, moving and a frustrating reminder of how useless war is. The cinematography, performances, battle sequences sound design are all top notch. I do feel as if the movie became a little too scattered before the big battle halfway through the movie, and could have done a better job developing characters. It's a minor complaint but you will feel the runtime of the movie during certain points.

One scene that will stay with me for a long time was the sequence in the crater. I was a complete and utter mess during that whole sequence. Seeing Paul gain his humanity back for the fallen soldier absolutely broke me.

All Quite on the Western front may not saying anything new about war, but it's a relevant-sobering reminder of the futility of war. One that will stay with you long after the credits roll.

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