Really slow bit tells a story you'd probably never hear otherwise.
A nice war picture but its plentiful patriotism ruins some of the fun. The twin movie about the Japanese was better.
Epic retelling of one of America’s most famous battles.
Not as good as Letters from Iwo Jima but still watchable
Native American soldier gets screwed over after heroically raising U.S. flag after marine battle because he's the wrong color.
I love history but this film didn’t catch my attention. Wasn’t bad though.
The real story behind one of the most iconic photos of all time. Tells the story of sacrifice on the battlefield and at home.
Clint Eastwood portrays an historical moment with a great talent
It's best not to go into this expecting the same quality of Letters. Too many tropes blended together into a forgettable experience.
Not as good as “letters from Iwo Jima” but a really great film regardless. Not as brutal and a bit more formulaic for WWII movies
Attempts to explore some interesting ideas, but slow pacing and a ending that's 10 minutes too long drags viewers patience through Iwo Jima.
Great biopic on the men who raised the flag on Iwo Jima. Not the best depiction of the battle, but still a good film
It was a important film but kind of slow and boring in parts
I was expecting more. Not bad, but not worth a rewatch.
Intéressant récit de guerre romancé à l'américaine. Voir aussi le côté des japonais sur l'île, pour bien saisir toute la substance.
Maudlin, plodding, and outdone by nearly all of its contemporaries.
It's more than just battle scenes and discusses more than the campaigns themselves, making this an interesting all around story.
Wasn't what I was expecting. Good movie overall. Shows the hell soldiers go through in battle, at war and at home. Everyone should see this.
Good in every aspect, if you like real war stories, this is definitely your cup of tea
An alright movie. Personally I wasn’t super impressed