Drama • PG-13 • 2017 • 2 hr 5 min
Interesting war drama with some great performances
Great acting hard to understand without Subtitles
Watch this movie and revel while seeing the craft of one of the best actors ever : Gary Oldman!
The acting is more than wonderful. The dramatic plot, dialogues, emotions and passion are amazing, a wonderful historical film .
It's amazing to watch because the amazing performance of everyone on this film !
Good storyline, an entertaining dramatization of one of the most famous political leaders of the 20th century.
It’s fascinating to see into the mind of Winston Churchill and how hard his decision was. Great movie with wonderful cinematography.
An engaging depiction of Churchill’s time as Prime Minister, even when it feels inconsistent in tone.
A very interesting watch and a great told story
Sometimes war movies are too depressing for me, but this one has a hopeful and triumphant feel to it plus some interesting history.
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