Note: This blog isn’t a movie review.
Until yesterday evening, I had a different topic in mind to write a blog about, but at late night I watched a couple of movies that made me change my mind. The first one was 1917 directed by Sam Mendes and the second one was The Last Full Measure. Both of them are war movies and were released last year. The acting was brilliant and so was the plot. I checked the rating of The Last Full Measure (TLFM) on imdb and I must say that it disappointed me a little because it was definitely better than an average rating of 6.5. With no disrespect to Sam Mendes and the fallen soldiers of the World War I, I am going to write mostly about TLFM here and how it overwhelmed me with such emotions that I never believed any war movie could do it to me. This particular film moved me to the core. It wasn’t an all out war movie. Those who like to watch drama films, I’m sure they will appreciate this one too. Continue reading War and the living dead — a tribute to Vietnam veterans