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Hacksaw Ridge (directed by Mel Gibson)

AquamanAquaman PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
This is a true to life story of WW2 hero Dawson Doss. He is a concientious objector. Meaning he doesn't want to kill even if he was in the military. So he had to face bullying and he was ostracized by the army. His superiors just wanted to kick him out. Legally the army had no choice but to keep him.

So he went off to war against the Japanese in Okinawa were he served as a medic. He didn't carry a gun at all. But he ended up saving 75 people. What a great story.

And, wow, Mel Gibson really knows his violence. The war scence were terrific. Not as graphic as Braveheart but very intense and realistic.

Vince Vaughn was a surprise casting. He played the Boot Camp company commander. Andrew Garfield was really good.

This movie may be categorized as a " faith based " movie but you don't have to be religious to like this movie. It doesnt proselitize. It simply tells the story of this young man's struggle between his beliefs and his experience in the army.

One of the best war movies ever.

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  • AquamanAquaman PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
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    Hacksaw Ridge is nominated for 7 categories in the Critics Choice award including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor.
  • QT IIQT II PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Did this get a local release?????
  • AquamanAquaman PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Unfortunately I can't find a release date for the Philippines. It was released in Indonesia, Hong Kong and China. I think because this is an independent movie the release is limited.

    The budget is lower than that of Braveheart, a movie made over 2 decades ago.

    If this continue to get nominations and awards hopefully it can get a wider release. Otherwise you can probably stream it online on Amazon or Netflix later.

    It received 13 nominations from AACTA awards, Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts.
  • QT IIQT II PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Aquaman wrote: »
    Unfortunately I can't find a release date for the Philippines. It was released in Indonesia, Hong Kong and China. I think because this is an independent movie the release is limited.

    The budget is lower than that of Braveheart, a movie made over 2 decades ago.

    If this continue to get nominations and awards hopefully it can get a wider release. Otherwise you can probably stream it online on Amazon or Netflix later.

    It received 13 nominations from AACTA awards, Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts.

    Why did it get a release in CHINA - a country known for its quota on foreign film releases - before the Philippines baffles me
  • AquamanAquaman PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Apparently China increased the quota from 34 to 40 this year.

    I dont understand why its not showing in the Philippines. Most American films get shown in the Phil. same week it comes out in the US.
  • forgforg Administrator PEx Moderator
    “HACKSAW RIDGE” TELLS OF REAL-LIFE SOLDIER WHO SAVED LIVES UNARMED
    via press release

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    From the Oscar-winning director of Braveheart comes Hacksaw Ridge, the extraordinary true story of Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun.

    He was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon, as he believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. As an army medic, he single-handedly evacuated the wounded from behind enemy lines, braved fire while tending to soldiers and was wounded by a grenade and hit by snipers. Doss was the first conscientious objector awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

    Directed by Mel Gibson from a screenplay by Robert Schenkkan and Andrew Knight, Hacksaw Ridge stars Andrew Garfield, Teresa Palmer, Vince Vaughn, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, Luke Bracey and Sam Worthington.

    An unwavering Seventh Day Adventist, Desmond Doss was living in Virginia when he voluntarily enlisted in the U.S. Army. He had no interest in fighting, but rather Doss wanted to serve as a “non-combatant” medic. It was not a path with which the military was familiar, but Doss persisted. Skinny, vegetarian and unwilling to train on Saturdays let alone carry a gun, Doss was initially ridiculed and abused by his compatriots – who, convinced he would be a dangerous liability in the foxholes with them, tried every which way they could to drive him out of the army. But Doss persisted all the way to Okinawa, where his unit was ordered to take part in the near-impossible capture of the massive Maeda Escarpment – aka Hacksaw Ridge. Atop this steep, looming 400-foot cliff lay heavily fortified machine-gun nests, booby traps and Japanese soldiers in caves who vowed to fight to the end.

    It was there that Doss demonstrated that he was made not only of principle but also rare courage. Facing a desperate assault of heavy fire, Doss refused to seek cover. When his battalion was ordered to retreat, he alone remained behind and ran repeatedly into the kill zone, with nothing but his convictions, to drag to safety an estimated 75 badly injured men who were destined to die had he not intervened.

    Doss would go on to receive the Medal of Honor from President Harry Truman in October of 1945, with a citation that drew attention to “outstanding bravery and unflinching determination in the face of desperately dangerous conditions.” It was then that the journey to bring Doss’ story to the screen began. Those who heard what Doss had achieved and understood how unusual it was (there have since been only two other conscientious objectors awarded the Medal of Honor) immediately saw that that it was a potent and provocative story. But it would be another half century before it became a reality – in part because Doss chose to lead a quiet, humble life without the notoriety a film would bring.

    But now with a screenplay by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan and Australian writer Andrew Knight (The Water Diviner), as well as a highly accomplished team led by Academy Award® nominated director Mel Gibson, Doss’s unsung story would at last be told as only 21st Century filmmaking could. It would be not only a story of what men endured on Okinawa, but of the loved ones back home who shaped and bolstered Desmond Doss’ belief.

    Producer Bill Mechanic, explains: “Desmond never wanted to sell his life rights, he didn’t want to popularize himself, feeling that that would be a contradiction to who he was. It wasn’t until late in his life that people convinced him that it was time to tell the story so that it would live on.”

    Doss passed away at the age of 87 in March 2006. Several years before that, filmmaker Terry Benedict had received his blessing to begin producing a documentary about Doss, The Conscientious Objector, and secured the life rights to his story. Feeling the time was also right to explore bringing Doss’ story to motion picture audiences as a multi-layered drama, Benedict approached producer David Permut, who in turn approached Mechanic, who was thrilled to become involved.

    Mechanic says: “I always saw this story as being about a man who has very strong beliefs -- which are then tested in an absolute hell that he comes out of even stronger.”

    Opening across the Philippines on February 22, 2017, Hacksaw Ridge will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.
  • QT IIQT II PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    forg wrote: »
    “HACKSAW RIDGE” TELLS OF REAL-LIFE SOLDIER WHO SAVED LIVES UNARMED
    via press release

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    From the Oscar-winning director of Braveheart comes Hacksaw Ridge, the extraordinary true story of Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun.

    He was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon, as he believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. As an army medic, he single-handedly evacuated the wounded from behind enemy lines, braved fire while tending to soldiers and was wounded by a grenade and hit by snipers. Doss was the first conscientious objector awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

    Directed by Mel Gibson from a screenplay by Robert Schenkkan and Andrew Knight, Hacksaw Ridge stars Andrew Garfield, Teresa Palmer, Vince Vaughn, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, Luke Bracey and Sam Worthington.

    An unwavering Seventh Day Adventist, Desmond Doss was living in Virginia when he voluntarily enlisted in the U.S. Army. He had no interest in fighting, but rather Doss wanted to serve as a “non-combatant” medic. It was not a path with which the military was familiar, but Doss persisted. Skinny, vegetarian and unwilling to train on Saturdays let alone carry a gun, Doss was initially ridiculed and abused by his compatriots – who, convinced he would be a dangerous liability in the foxholes with them, tried every which way they could to drive him out of the army. But Doss persisted all the way to Okinawa, where his unit was ordered to take part in the near-impossible capture of the massive Maeda Escarpment – aka Hacksaw Ridge. Atop this steep, looming 400-foot cliff lay heavily fortified machine-gun nests, booby traps and Japanese soldiers in caves who vowed to fight to the end.

    It was there that Doss demonstrated that he was made not only of principle but also rare courage. Facing a desperate assault of heavy fire, Doss refused to seek cover. When his battalion was ordered to retreat, he alone remained behind and ran repeatedly into the kill zone, with nothing but his convictions, to drag to safety an estimated 75 badly injured men who were destined to die had he not intervened.

    Doss would go on to receive the Medal of Honor from President Harry Truman in October of 1945, with a citation that drew attention to “outstanding bravery and unflinching determination in the face of desperately dangerous conditions.” It was then that the journey to bring Doss’ story to the screen began. Those who heard what Doss had achieved and understood how unusual it was (there have since been only two other conscientious objectors awarded the Medal of Honor) immediately saw that that it was a potent and provocative story. But it would be another half century before it became a reality – in part because Doss chose to lead a quiet, humble life without the notoriety a film would bring.

    But now with a screenplay by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan and Australian writer Andrew Knight (The Water Diviner), as well as a highly accomplished team led by Academy Award® nominated director Mel Gibson, Doss’s unsung story would at last be told as only 21st Century filmmaking could. It would be not only a story of what men endured on Okinawa, but of the loved ones back home who shaped and bolstered Desmond Doss’ belief.

    Producer Bill Mechanic, explains: “Desmond never wanted to sell his life rights, he didn’t want to popularize himself, feeling that that would be a contradiction to who he was. It wasn’t until late in his life that people convinced him that it was time to tell the story so that it would live on.”

    Doss passed away at the age of 87 in March 2006. Several years before that, filmmaker Terry Benedict had received his blessing to begin producing a documentary about Doss, The Conscientious Objector, and secured the life rights to his story. Feeling the time was also right to explore bringing Doss’ story to motion picture audiences as a multi-layered drama, Benedict approached producer David Permut, who in turn approached Mechanic, who was thrilled to become involved.

    Mechanic says: “I always saw this story as being about a man who has very strong beliefs -- which are then tested in an absolute hell that he comes out of even stronger.”

    Opening across the Philippines on February 22, 2017, Hacksaw Ridge will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.

    Walt Disney???? How about all the bloody war scenes?
  • MrSinisterMrSinister PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Just finished watching it
    Very impressed with Andrew's performance!
    My favorite part was the war scene
    rating: 4/5
  • forgforg Administrator PEx Moderator
    TERESA PALMER – A LOVING, NURTURING FORCE IN “HACKSAW RIDGE”
    via press release


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    Teresa Palmer is becoming one of the most globally recognized actresses, bringing her talents to the US and worldwide from Adelaide, Australia. She has starred in many major films including box office hits Lights Out and Warm Bodies.

    Now she stars as the wife of a pacifist soldier in Golden Globe Best Picture nominee Hacksaw Ridge, the extraordinary true story of Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun.

    Directed by Mel Gibson from a screenplay by Robert Schenkkan and Andrew Knight, Hacksaw Ridge also stars Andrew Garfield, Vince Vaughn, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, Luke Bracey and Sam Worthington.
    One of the most beautiful and transformational moments in Desmond’s life comes on the cusp of war – when he bumps into the ravishing young nurse he is determined to charm and make his wife. Dorothy Schutte did indeed marry Desmond Doss, and became a beacon in his darkest moments at war.

    Mel Gibson was excited to cast Australian actress Teresa Palmer in the role. “Teresa is so beautiful on camera and she brings a real warmth to this character that it needed. You almost see her as Desmond’s angel of mercy because Teresa puts that quality out there,” says the director.

    Palmer felt an immediate connection to Dorothy. She explains: “I wanted to play Dorothy because she’s such a strong woman who knows what she wants yet she also has a tenderness and complexity to her. My grandmother and my grandfather both served in World War II — my grandfather was a fireman and my grandmother sent Morse code. I can remember them telling me stories about their romance during that time, and the script felt reminiscent of those tales that I grew up listening to.”

    Palmer dove into research to play the role. “I really studied how women of the time spoke and walked, their elegance,” Palmer says. “I also thought a lot about my mother, her faith, and her gentler way of seeing the world, which reminded me of Dorothy.”

    But Palmer equally wanted to get a sense of that head-spinning, first-love passion that unfolds between Dorothy and Desmond on the screen. “Dorothy so fiercely loves Desmond, and from the start, her belief in him is completely unwavering. I wanted to ensure that this love felt authentic and real and connected, because it is such a foundation for how they live.”

    Andrew Garfield, who plays Desmond, found instant chemistry with Palmer as the two tried to capture what they had seen of the couple’s relationship. “There’s this amazing This is Your Life episode about Desmond where you see he and Dorothy interact together on stage,” Garfield explains. “They’re these very direct, no games, joyous, emotionally available people – and that’s what Teresa and I were excited about playing. Teresa is this unconditionally loving, nurturing force.”

    Says Palmer in turn of Garfield: “Andrew lived and breathed Desmond Doss, he stayed in accent the entire time and he even held himself like Desmond the whole time. That put pressure on me, because he is so giving to his craft. I didn’t want to let him down and so I wanted to bring my all too.”

    Producer Bill Mechanic concludes Palmer did just that: “We wanted someone the audience can see is able to inspire Desmond’s ongoing faith while he’s at war. Teresa plays Dorothy as a woman of her times yet whose beliefs are as strong as Desmond’s.”

    Opening across the Philippines on February 22, 2017, Hacksaw Ridge will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International.
  • sigh_hwatalyfsigh_hwatalyf PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    seriously? i couldve sworn, this was already shown locally last year.

    o na cancel/move lang parang arrival? lol
  • So far, this is my bet for the Best Picture sa Oscars.
  • niagara_ladyniagara_lady PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    di ako mahilig sa war pic pero nagandahan talaga ako dito! *okay*
  • forgforg Administrator PEx Moderator
    FOR SAM WORTHINGTON, “HACKSAW RIDGE” TAKES TIMELY LOOK AT WAR
    via press release

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    Australian actor Sam Worthington, seen in such blockbuster films as Avatar, Clash of the Titans and most recently Everest, portrays real-life soldier, Captain Jack Glover in the critically acclaimed war film, Hacksaw Ridge.

    Vying for eight Oscar Awards including Best Picture, Hacksaw Ridge centers on the story of Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield), a Seventh-day Adventist who became an army medic while adhering to his religious convictions of not carrying a weapon. He saved 75 men during the Battle of Okinawa in World War II.

    Worthington was excited to play a real-life hero and honor the unlikely connection between Glover and Doss.

    Captain Jack Glover, a former Detroit policeman as Commanding Officer of the 307th Infantry, 77th Army Division, 1st Battalion, Company B, was tasked to create an entirely new unit from scratch. In the film, facing the stark, life-or-death stakes of war, Glover feels he doesn’t have time for anomalies such as Desmond Doss. Glover tries to move Doss out on a psychiatric discharge, but when that doesn’t stick, he places restrictions and pressures on Doss, who still refuses to buckle. When Glover tries to court martial him, and that too doesn’t work, his hand is forced – but Doss surprises him again.

    “The real Captain Glover was a very strong man. But I liked the idea that he and Desmond were coming at the idea of saving lives from two different angles. Doss was ready to try to do it without a weapon as a medic. Glover believed you’re only as good as the man next to you, and if the man next to you in a warzone doesn’t have a weapon it will most likely end tragically. I liked getting both sides of the argument,” says Worthington.

    Worthington has starred in a number of films set in war and has spent a lot of time contemplating why it is a force that both compels and repels us. “I think war brings out the worst in man, but at times it also brings out the very best. We’ve been inundated with so many movies about war, though, so it’s great to see a truly fresh angle we haven’t seen before in Hacksaw Ridge.

    Worthington made his feature film debut with the Australian film, Bootmen. His performance garnered him an Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award Nomination for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role” in 2000. It was Worthington’s layered performance in Cate Shortland’s critically-acclaimed and commercially successful Somersault which distinguished him from his peers. He earned an AFI Award for “Best Actor in a Leading Role” and a Film Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Nomination for “Best Actor – Male” in 2004. The film made a clean sweep of the AFI Awards, winning in all 13 film categories—the first time this had ever occurred in the awards’ history.

    With smaller roles in international films such as Hart's War, The Great Raid and Rogue under his belt, Worthington screen tested opposite Daniel Craig for the role of “James Bond” in Casino Royale. Although he did not land the much-coveted part, it proved to be the perfect dress rehearsal for the following year when James Cameron hand-picked Worthington to star in Avatar—Cameron’s first narrative film since his 1997 Oscar-winning blockbuster Titanic. Avatar is the #1 highest grossing film of all time at over $2.7 billion worldwide, and received several nominations for the 2010 Academy Awards including “Best Picture.” Worthington is scheduled to shoot the Avatar sequels next year.

    Hacksaw Ridge will open in Philippine cinemas on February 22, 2017.
  • pc03pc03 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Pinilit kong di umiyak sa movie pero naiyak ako.
    I cant imagine myself living in that era. Nakakatrauma.
  • DAKINDAKIN PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Andami kong luha :bigcry:

    Nakakaiyak ang heroic act ni Desmond.
    Ang galing kasi ni Andrew Garfield.
    Kaya deserving ang mga nominations niya for Best Actor

    Hands down sa war scene.
    Bravo Mel Gibson.
  • DAKINDAKIN PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    What???? Feb 22 pa sa Pinas???

    Nasa iTunes na kaya ito yesterday pa.
    $14.99 to purchase.


    Sa Feb 21 naman ang BluRay at DVD.

    OMG sobrang late naman diyan. Nakakalokah ang mga distributors :bop:
  • DAKINDAKIN PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Aquaman wrote: »
    Unfortunately I can't find a release date for the Philippines. It was released in Indonesia, Hong Kong and China. I think because this is an independent movie the release is limited.

    The budget is lower than that of Braveheart, a movie made over 2 decades ago.

    If this continue to get nominations and awards hopefully it can get a wider release. Otherwise you can probably stream it online on Amazon or Netflix later.

    It received 13 nominations from AACTA awards, Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts.

    Wagi sa AACTA. Hakot nila ang mga major awards pala. Congrats lalo na kay Mel at Andrew.

    Sana may makuha man lang sila kahit isang award sa Oscars. Isang big miracle ang ginawa ni Desmond sa war so isang big miracle pag si Andrew Garfield ang mananalo. :) *okay*
  • artalm_2604artalm_2604 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
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    Philippine Release Date: February 22, 2017
    Director: Mel Gibson
    Cast: Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, Vince Vaughn
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    [CENTER-HIDDEN]Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall,
    but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.
    They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary,
    they will walk and not be faint.
    -Isaiah 40:30-31
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    [JUSTIFY]The film opens with scenes of battle, while Desmond Doss’ distinct country twang reverberates as he recites the lines above, part of a longer passage from the Bible that talks about getting strength from the Lord in times of weariness and uncertainty. This opening paints a picture of a film that centers on faith and war, and yet it is so much more than that. Hacksaw Ridge, Summit Entertainment’s newest offering directed by Mel Gibson, stars Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths and Vince Vaughn in a war drama-biopic of one man with the belief and courage to move mountains – or get people off them.
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    [JUSTIFY]Desmond Doss is no stranger to conflict, having grown up seeing his drunkard ex-soldier father Tom (Weaving) abuse his mother Bertha (Griffiths) and beat him and his younger brother Hall (Nathaniel Buzolic). One such incident of violence leads to an unfortunate event that strengthens Desmond’s belief in God, especially with his commandment “Thou shall not murder.” This belief is soon tested when World War II rolls in and he enlists to become a medic in the 77th Infantry Division, despite the disapproval of his family and his girlfriend, Dorothy (Palmer). During training, Desmond refuses to hold a rifle, and despite excelling in all other fields of his training, he becomes at odds with his commanding officers, Sergeant Howell (Vaughn) and Captain Glover (Worthington). However, he remains steadfast in his stand as a conscientious objector despite all the trials and mockery he experiences, and eventually he finishes his training and gets deployed with his infantry to Japan. The men are sent to Okinawa, where their task is to secure the Maeda escarpment, also known as Hacksaw Ridge. After a bloody and disastrous campaign, the 77th Infantry soon find themselves in dangerous territory, and Desmond has to rely on the strength of his faith and principle and his extraordinary courage to help his comrades escape.[/JUSTIFY]

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    [JUSTIFY]Hacksaw Ridge is a distinctly Mel Gibson film in a sense that it is reminiscent of another one of his iconic works – The Passion of the Christ. There is certainly a connection with Hacksaw Ridge’s religious overtones, in addition to the fact that both films are based on historic figures known for their principles and beliefs. More than that, however, the similarity lies in Gibson’s no-holds-barred portrayal of the events that make you feel the realness of every scene. In the same way that people wept over the trials and tribulations of Jesus in Passion, the battle scenes in this movie will leave people cringing and squirming with the blood and gore. The scenes are immersive in that people jumped from their seats several times as we were caught in surprise by a scene as if we were really there. Overall, it created a picture of war as an all too real catastrophe filled with pain and suffering and far from its often romanticized notion.

    The film also benefits from the stellar performance of its cast, led by the very talented Mr. Garfield. Shedding his natural British accent with the Southern drawl of Desmond, Andrew was able to portray a man filled with conviction who is ready to fight for his belief until the very end. The depth of emotions he is able to portray, from ecstatic to confused to fearful to stubborn, gave life to a character that is certainly more than meets the eye. His companions were not to be outdone either, as Sam Worthington, Hugo Weaving and Teresa Palmer all gave memorable performances in their roles that provide us with a bigger context of why Desmond is the way he is and how he was able to perform such an act of heroism. In particular, Vince Vaughn was memorable as the strict, sarcastic and unwittingly funny Sergeant Howell, a character that is exactly in his wheelhouse. It was an ensemble that worked well together to tell a story of one incredible and exceptional deed of courage and selflessness and how it was made possible.[/JUSTIFY]

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    [JUSTIFY]As the screen darkens and the credits start to roll, you are left with a sense of having witnessed something extraordinary. When the real-life characters came into the screen as the movie explained their fates, one can see how a singular act of courage can cause ripples of effect that make a world of difference. It is a film that is meant to inspire, but also confronts us with the reality of war and of choosing to fight for our beliefs. It makes us ponder of the thin line between being steadfast and being stubborn, and ask the question of how far we are willing to go for something we believe in. More than being a story of courage, it is a story of choices – of how they reflect our values and how they affect the course of history, no matter how small or insignificant they seem.[/JUSTIFY]

    [CENTER-HIDDEN]Rating: 9/10

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    Hacksaw Ridge is now showing in theatres nationwide.


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