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Glory

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Their innocence.Their heritage.Their lives. Nothing would be spared in the fight for their freedom
Glory Picture
Matthew Broderick takes the job of leading the 54th Massachusetts.

Starring

Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington, Cary Elwes, Morgan Freeman, John Finn, Andre Braugher, Jihmi Kennedy, Donovan Leitch, JD Cullum, Alan North, Bob Gunton, Cliff De Young, Christian Baskous, RonReaco Lee, Jay O. Sanders, Richard Riehle, Daniel Jenkins, Michael Smith Guess, Abdul Salaam El Razzac, Peter Michael Goetz Update Cast





Crew

Director: Edward Zwick
Writer: Robert Gould Shaw, Lincoln Kirstein, Peter Burchard, Kevin Jarre
Producers: Pieter Jan Brugge, Sarah Caplan, Freddie Fields, P.K. Fields, Ray Herbeck Jr.
Locations Manager: John B. Griffin

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Release Date: 15 Dec 1989
MPAA Rating: R
Studio: TriStar Pictures
Genre: Drama

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Summary

If you haven't seen it you have missed out. An all time classic.

Simply awesome portrayal of dignity, honor and courage.
Not for those who prefer 'popcorn' movies.

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9.5/10

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Review

Directed by "About Last Night" director Edward Zwick and starring Matthew "Ferris Bueller" Broderick, Glory would seem an unlikely choice for both. That may be so, but from their previous work, surely no-one could have guessed how well they would pull off this totally different, complex movie.

Broderick is truly excellent as the colonel of the first black regiment in the civil war, whilst Zwick's steerage of this difficult subject is among the best that anyone has achieved in a war drama, let alone one concerning difficult racial issues....

This is a move that has to be seen to be appreciated, as if you haven't seen it, my futile attempts to describe it are only going to sound hollow compared with the excellence of the actual movie.

No wonder that it has been voted #89 on the all time top 250 by internet users at the IMDb.

Definitely one of the best crafted war movies ever made and surely a true symbol of 80's movie excellence. You could describe it as a "Saving Private Ryan" for the civil war...

All the actors do a tremendous job, especially Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman, whose performances (especially Denzel's) are simply awesome.

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