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Memphis Belle

Memphis Belle
Tate Donovan, Eric Stoltz and Matthew Modine

Rated: PG-13  for language
Reviewed by: Frank and Chris  
Release date: October 12, 1990 Released by:

Memphis Belle is dramatic, nostalgic, moving, sad, powerful and uplifting. As the Belle and its crew are prepared for their last flight into Germany, the lives and dreams of the men are exposed to each other and to the audience.

Stories of the men and women who fought World War II always draw positive emotions. Unlike more recent wars, WWII was totally supported by American and the warriors were all heroes. They are now 60 and 70 years old and only on film are they young and strong again. The film is beautiful, warm and personal as well as exciting; it will make you cry and cheer for a tie when heroes were easy to find.

  Frank Chris Jim Nina Sam Howard Jennifer Kathleen  Avg. 
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