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Bark Shockins 23h
Hope that makes it's way to Blu-ray. The limited run was so small that I know about 30 people couldn't get tickets for the 1 day it was here. Widen the release again or let people rent/stream it for a fee. Here's to hoping and Co. are listening.
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Anthony Ellis Jan 21
Been wanting to see since I heard about it. Loved it. No dates or strategy or other academics... just a look at the life of a soldier during WWI. And the "Making Of" was equally interesting.
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Pedro Almeida Jan 15
Should be compulsory to watch this. Too bad no theaters over here will show this
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Andy Bender 23h
Last nite, saw in Real 3D at a cineplex in SoCal. Astonishingly brilliant and congrats to and the team. Best depiction of what my maternal grandfather lived through between Oct1917 when he enlisted in Chicago and when it was over Over There.
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Melissa Gonzales Jan 22
If we got more nods & recognition by high profile peeps like and then our jobs would be respected and salaries would reflect that. That’s why non-Archivists don’t get the rage and frustration.
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Marko Lukic 5h
Just saw Mortal Engines. Expected more from Peter Jackson and Wingnut Films. Meh. But good enough for diehard sci-fi fan.
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MSP Film Society Jan 21
Join us for our FREE MEMBERS-ONLY SCREENING of 'They Shall Not Grow Old", a new WWI documentary from that captures the day-to-day experience of its soldiers and reveals the reality of war for those on the front line. Tix & Info:
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Sandy Kulkarni Jan 21
Just saw , a documentary by with restored century-old real footage! Amazing film that brings history alive, touches your heart and literally takes you to the trenches with
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Debbie E. Jan 21
I generally loathe war documentaries, but Peter Jackson’s WWI film They Shall Not Grow Old is amazing. Stay to end of credits because Jackson explains how he created the film and restored the cottage. Not for younger kids - is sat 13+
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DarthSpader Jan 21
Unless youre 😂😂😂 10hrs of “extras” for ?! Holy fuck
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Elaire A Jan 21
“They Shall Not Grow Old” was such an intimate portrayal of these lives of WWI soldiers. and his team have humanized them to a degree I didn’t think possible looking at footage. Thank you!
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ValorousTV Jan 21
Back by popular demand! and have partnered to bring award winner ’s poignant WWI documentary, to cinemas. Check out if it's playing in a theater near you!
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Daniel Torkel Jan 21
Thank you for dedicating years of your career to pay tribute to the soldiers of . If you get a chance, please go see in 3D. It’s a technical masterpiece and engrossing story of real soldiers.
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Michael Eden Jan 19
🎞️ - Starring as most haven’t seen him, this horror-comedy from delivers the laughs, as well as the creeps. Some outstanding visual effects too, given its age. A great choice for a horror night.
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Cathi Carpenter Jan 21
Replying to @wbpictures @BBC
Took my History lovin 17y/o today!Thank you for this amazing piece of work!Well done!Well done!!
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Ed Boyle Jan 21
Looking forward to seeing tonight with . seems SO long ago. Bringing color to the old footage will make it that much more impactful. The 40 million military & civilian casualties should never be forgotten. Thx, . 🇺🇸
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What Went Wrong With Jan 20
Peter Jackson made some brilliant comedy-horrors including Bad Taste and Braindead but then he became a full-time Tolkien-translating, motion-capture-obsessed director 📽️🧝‍♂️💍🙁Everything he's made after the late 1990s has been overrated...
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ֆƈօȶs4ɛʋɛʀ Jan 17
Booked in to go see "They shall not grow Old" Peter Jackson has brought WW1 to life in color and movement. What a genius. We should never forget the men and women who sacrificed so much for the freedoms we have today.
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Amy Jones Timoney Jan 21
If you see be sure to watch the credits and stay for ‘s commentary at the very end. Watching the how and why of the process of restoring this old footage and utilizing oral histories of real WW1 veterans was fascinating. 👍👍👍
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Gil Diaz 🏃w/✂ Jan 22
Had the absolute pleasure of watching last night by and Co. Such a great project and act of love by these people! A great commemorative to an era of immeasurable change. An amazing experience to watch in 3D.
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