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All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies

All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies

Oct. 07, 2022147 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The story follows teenagers Paul Baumer and his friends Albert and Muller, who voluntarily enlist in the German army, riding a wave of patriotic fervour that quickly dissipates once they face the brutal realities of life on the front. Paul’s preconceptions about the enemy and the rights and wrongs of the conflict soon crumble. However, amid the countdown to Armistice, Paul must carry on fighting until the end, with no purpose other than to satisfy the top brass’ desire to end the war on a German offensive.
Plot: Paul Baumer and his friends Albert and Muller, egged on by romantic dreams of heroism, voluntarily enlist in the German army. Full of excitement and patriotic fervour, the boys enthusiastically march into a war they believe in. But once on the Western Front, they discover the soul-destroying horror of World War I.
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Bleak meaningful meaninglessness.
I’m truly conflicted: “All Quiet on The Western Front” is a surprisingly stark & cold film upon first watch, capturing the futility of war, loss of youth & corruption of innocence with an unsettling lack of emotion throughout.

It’s something I couldn’t help but notice as I tuned in; usually in historical war films (like Sam Mendes’ “1917” for instance, following events through the eyes of the opposing British side), we’re accustomed to typically witnessing soldier’s actions depicted as valiant & honourable, with a palpable sense of pride & patriotism embedded throughout – in pieces which are made to catalogue their innumerable brave achievements conducted by every-day folk (who, through no fault of their own, found themselves in the trenches), in spite of insurmountable odds comprehensively stacked against them… But here, there’s no dignity in anything that transpires; obstacles aren’t admirably overcome, the ensemble don’t conduct themselves in a way which is befitting of their station, worthy of respect & none of the characters win any semblance of what could honestly be described as “glory”… They’re just young, impressionable fools – drunk on propaganda – who have mindlessly partaken in the unwarranted military occupation of foreign land, where they are obviously not welcome by the inhabitants. Due to this, there’s a void of relatability & moreover, all the team of participants can dream of – once they arrive at the front – or endeavour to guarantee for themselves is survival, not greatness.

However, despite this inability to sympathise being an irksome grievance of mine, in the production’s defense, I suppose that’s actually intentional & rather the whole point (?), since it’s meant to tell the story through the perspective of the vanquished, not the conquerors, reflecting how naive recruits (who’d been fatally misled, in conscripting themselves & their families in the first place) were gradually numbed to their feelings by the constant mental & physical anguish inflicted upon them in a continuous onslaught of pointless offensives (instigated by their generals), once reality had firmly bitten & they’d been collectively disabused of this fantasy – but unfortunately, that noticeable detachment from any of the characters featured results in a somewhat muted response (as a viewer) when they’re incessantly chewed up & spat out by the gratuitous violence – that’s shot in a hauntingly raw, ominous way – they’re repeatedly (& needlessly) thrust in to by the callous, cowardly officers, who arrogantly orchestrate the entire miserable situation that needn’t last a single day longer.

Again, I suppose that only reaffirms the statement the creators are trying to make, wilfully juxtaposing intense sequences of suffering & pain with little sentimentality & ambivalence; the film chronicles how Germany treated (or more accurately, mistreated) its own people, offering up generations of its future citizens on the battlefield as sacrificial lambs, massacred at the altar of a poisonous, nationalistic ideology which had taken root within the governing population; boys – barely men, even some who weren’t yet – were essentially reduced to nothing but disposable, unimportant objects, thoughtlessly discarded & simply replaced in a sadistic game & quest for absolute power (no matter the personal cost or price paid in blood) – an incalculable loss which (even by the time the armistice came in to effect) still wasn’t enough to satiate the tyrannical desires of the few, controlling the many… And the movie does therefore (to its credit) accurately reflect that exact point in its portrayal of the poor cannon fodder by representing them as exactly that, & additionally lenses the apathy of the superiors (who give the indefensible orders) through a perspective of rightful, scornful contempt.

Hence, I can understand the creative intentions (depicting the utter, irredeemable meaninglessness; the wanton, senseless destruction) & the grim inhumanity of it all… Yet after seeing such horrors & heinous cruelties, I guess I felt like I wanted a purpose to everything I’d sat through by the time the credits started rolling – & thought I’d been cheated by the fact that there wasn’t one. On the other hand, like I acknowledge earlier, I assume that’s not accidental – & rather the understandably cynical, bitter & despondent conclusion the narrative decidedly wants the audience to come to by the time it reaches its unsatisfactory denouement; there is no discernible reason that could ever hope to justify the carnage we observe – the savagery that unfolds is simply slaughter for the sheer sake of it & the trauma experienced by all those affected was utterly preventable, had the invaders put aside their vanity & pride & sought to preserve peace which could’ve so effortlessly been maintained.

Plus, it does also show one massive miscalculation on the side of the victors; forcing the Germans in to reluctant submission & backing them in to signing an agreement with terms they couldn’t accept would ultimately entrench resentful animosity that would act as a spark to light the fire of the 2nd World War, only a few decades later etc. Foreshadowing what was to come before anyone could predict the oncoming calamity. Due to this, irrespective of what I think (or more aptly, how little it evoked within me), I must concede that it remains a success, regardless – because the project undoubtedly achieved its goal in a commendably brutal & unflinching manner – & I can’t plausibly surmise any alternative which would’ve resulted in something better.

Review By: W011y4m5 Rating: 9 Date: 2022-10-28
‘Every Day a Year, Every Night a Century’…
In the excellent 1930s original, war is seldom better summarised than by: ‘It’s dirty and painful to die for your country, when it comes dying for your country it’s better not to die at all. There are millions out there dying for their countries, and what good does it do?’.

It’s a statement that applies just as well today, and complimented by this outstanding piece of film making too, which leaves us under no illusions of man’s inhumanity to man. The performances are truly incredible, the technical achievement recreating scenes of war outstanding, and the messages as clear as any about the futility of armed combat and the inability of the human race to learn its lessons – even to this day. Not really a film to enjoy, but certainly a film to reflect on how far we haven’t come since 1918, especially in a world that often seems so intent on pulling itself apart.

Review By: Xstal Rating: 9 Date: 2022-10-30

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Original Title Im Westen nichts Neues
Release Date 2022-10-07
Release Year 2022

Original Language de
Runtime N/A
Budget 0
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Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Drama, War
Director Edward Berger
Writer Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson, Ian Stokell
Actors Daniel Brühl, Albrecht Schuch, Sebastian Hülk
Country Germany, United States, United Kingdom
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All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies
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All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies
All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies
All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies
All Quiet on the Western Front 2022 123movies
Original title Im Westen nichts Neues
TMDb Rating 7.919 265 votes

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