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CRITICS OF "The Big Red One"
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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October 02, 2006

... displays both raw power and the hint of war's brutality.
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Los Angeles Times
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January 20, 2005

'The Reconstruction,' which clocks in at 2 hours, 43 minutes, with not a single extraneous frame, elevates the work from a robust genre film to a full-blown epic.
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Entertainment Weekly
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December 02, 2004

If you don't elect to watch The Big Red One through the lens of Sam Fuller's mystique ... you'll realize that it has been celebrated in ways that essentially make virtues of its flaws.
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Filmcritic.com

May 10, 2005

meant to be the culmination of a life's work... It didn't come to pass.
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Seanax.com
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April 12, 2009

... if you want a World War II story from a real vet's perspective, Sam Fuller is still the man and The Big Red One, drawn from his own war experiences, is the film
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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January 20, 2005

A big, impressive slab of drama -- maybe not a masterpiece or an epic, but a colorful story that sweeps you up and covers a lot of ground at a fast clip.
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L.A. Weekly
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January 20, 2005

To see this seamless 'reconstruction' -- consisting of some 15 entirely new sequences as well as augmentations to 23 others -- is to behold a masterpiece revealed.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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September 12, 2007

Personal observation bleeds out of every scene, and somehow it feels like a true story in a way that most war movies can't achieve.
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Salt Lake Tribune

February 18, 2005

These places were where Fuller himself served during the war, and he imbues these stories with the same gritty detail he probably delivered telling them over a beer.
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Boston Globe
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December 03, 2004

The director's gift for bare-knuckles lyricism rescues scene after scene.
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Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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February 18, 2005

The cast smartly underplays things, with Marvin being as charismatic as usual playing a man of few words. And Hamill, an actor given to over-the-top outbursts, reins it in here; this may be his best big-screen performance.
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Seattle Times

December 10, 2004

Even though it has gained more than 45 minutes, it doesn't feel longer. Scenes that were choppy or half-baked are now allowed to play out as Fuller intended.
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