Civil War (2024) (4K+2D Blu-ray SteelBook) [France]

Feb 13, 2022
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Release date: August 23, 2024
Purchase links: Amazon FR - FNAC
Price: €34.99


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France is 'quick on the draw'...
I hope A24 do some kind of special release for this 'Wag the Dog'-type documentary.
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I don't mind if otherwise cool release is not a steel.

But if they don't ship that's a problem.
They ship! But A24 is so expensive to order from now. Not bought anything directly in nearly a year

Luckily HMV have been stocking their recent vinyls a month or 2 after release from the A24 site. Really want the talking heads special edition 4K from them
 
Felt like a misleading title, given that it was really more about journalists working during a war, but it wouldn’t take major changes to make this a war about Russia and Ukraine, Israel/gaza or pretty much any generic war. I kinda liked it, but would’ve liked more background on what led up to the war and so on.

Nevertheless, Dunst was really good and the atmos sound was solid, so I’ll probably pick this up whenever it comes out in the US.
 
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Wow what a film. Absolutely loved this. The cinematography and visuals are just stunning and every actor delivers. The photograph stills throughout were chefs kiss. I really don’t want Alex Garland to stop making films. 4 for 4 imo. This and Poor things are my favourites of the year so far
 
I couldn't finish it yesterday, it was that boring. Will try today, hoping second half has all the action shown in trailers, and less of their liberal 'appalled' faces (like at the nice guarded town they passed through).
 
Wow what a film. Absolutely loved this. The cinematography and visuals are just stunning and every actor delivers. The photograph stills throughout were chefs kiss. I really don’t want Alex Garland to stop making films. 4 for 4 imo. This and Poor things are my favourites of the year so far
I'm with you. Absolutely brilliant film. Loved it. Garland really has got such a unique film making style. Another win from him.
 
For all who enjoyed this and wouldn't mind a recommendation for a film with similar characters and topics; as blisteringly relevant today as it was 40 years ago. Humanities lack of humanity hasn't really changed.

Oliver Stones 'Salvador'

(If Alex Garland said he hasn't seen this film, he must be lying :smuggrin: )

Ps: James Woods, John Savage & Jim Belushi (a revelation, yes, really! :LOL: ) have never been better. Incredible film.


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For all who enjoyed this and wouldn't mind a recommendation for a film with similar characters and topics; as blisteringly relevant today as it was 40 years ago. Humanities lack of humanity hasn't really changed.

Oliver Stones 'Salvador'

(I'm sure Alex Garland must have seen this film.)

Ps: James Woods, John Savage & Jim Belushi (a revelation, yes, really! :LOL: ) have never been better. Incredible film.


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First film I thought of after watching Civil War
 
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