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Hacksaw Ridge
7.4/10 by 1577 users
Original Title: Hacksaw Ridge
Release: 2016-10-07
Runtime: 139 min
Genre: Drama, History, War
Country: Australia, United States of America
Subtitle: 日本語, English
Plot: WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people and becomes the first Conscientious Objector in American history to win the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Desmond T. Doss

Characters : Desmond T. Doss

Actor : Andrew Garfield

Captain Glover

Characters : Captain Glover

Actor : Sam Worthington

Sergeant Howell

Characters : Sergeant Howell

Actor : Vince Vaughn

Smitty Ryker

Characters : Smitty Ryker

Actor : Luke Bracey

Dorothy Schuttle

Characters : Dorothy Schuttle

Actor : Teresa Palmer

Tom Doss

Characters : Tom Doss

Actor : Hugo Weaving

Bertha Doss

Characters : Bertha Doss

Actor : Rachel Griffiths

Lt. Manville

Characters : Lt. Manville

Actor : Ryan Corr

Colonel Stelzer

Characters : Colonel Stelzer

Actor : Richard Roxburgh

Milt 'Hollywood' Zane

Characters : Milt 'Hollywood' Zane

Actor : Luke Pegler

Vito Rinnelli

Characters : Vito Rinnelli

Actor : Firass Dirani

Andy 'Ghoul' Walker

Characters : Andy 'Ghoul' Walker

Actor : Goran D. Kleut

Harold Doss

Characters : Harold Doss

Actor : Nathaniel Buzolic

Irv Schecter

Characters : Irv Schecter

Actor : Ori Pfeffer

Lt. Cooney

Characters : Lt. Cooney

Actor : Matthew Nable

James Pinnick

Characters : James Pinnick

Actor : Jacob Warner

Randall

Characters : Randall "Teach" Fuller

Actor : Richard Pyros

Grease Nolan

Characters : Grease Nolan

Actor : Ben Mingay

Henry Brown

Characters : Henry Brown

Actor : Harry Greenwood

Ralph Morgan

Characters : Ralph Morgan

Actor : Damien Thomlinson

Colonel Sangston

Characters : Colonel Sangston

Actor : Robert Morgan

Lucky Ford

Characters : Lucky Ford

Actor : Milo Gibson

Private Schulenburg

Characters : Private Schulenburg

Actor : John Batziolas

Corporal Cannon

Characters : Corporal Cannon

Actor : John Cannon

Private Giles

Characters : Private Giles

Actor : Mikael Koski

Private Webb

Characters : Private Webb

Actor : Charles Jacobs

Corporal Jessop

Characters : Corporal Jessop

Actor : Ben O'Toole

Hiker

Characters : Hiker

Actor : James Lugton

Local Man

Characters : Local Man

Actor : Tim McGarry

Lynchburg Doctor

Characters : Lynchburg Doctor

Actor : Tyler Coppin

Sergeant Amos

Characters : Sergeant Amos

Actor : Dennis Kreusler

Wal Kirzinski

Characters : Wal Kirzinski

Actor : Nico Cortez

Minister

Characters : Minister

Actor : Helmut Bakaitis

General Musgrove

Characters : General Musgrove

Actor : Bill Young

Captain Daniels

Characters : Captain Daniels

Actor : Benedict Hardie

Judge

Characters : Judge

Actor : Philip Quast

Prosecutor

Characters : Prosecutor

Actor : James Mackay

96th Soldier Bob

Characters : 96th Soldier Bob

Actor : Sam Parsonson

Popeye

Characters : Popeye

Actor : Sean Lynch

Stretcher Bearer

Characters : Stretcher Bearer

Actor : Thomas Unger

Wounded Private Blake

Characters : Wounded Private Blake

Actor : Hayden Geens

Soldier Hank

Characters : Soldier Hank

Actor : Tim Potter

Soldier Carl

Characters : Soldier Carl

Actor : Santo Tripodi

Head Doctor

Characters : Head Doctor

Actor : Laurence Brewer

Japanese Officer

Characters : Japanese Officer

Actor : Nobuaki Shimamoto

Japanese Hanging Soldier

Characters : Japanese Hanging Soldier

Actor : Hiroshi Kasuga

Rescued Japanese Soldier

Characters : Rescued Japanese Soldier

Actor : Yuki Nagashima

Japanese Sniper

Characters : Japanese Sniper

Actor : Taki Abe

Reacting Japanese Soldier

Characters : Reacting Japanese Soldier

Actor : Taka Uematsu

Japanese General

Characters : Japanese General

Actor : Yoji Tatsuta

Billy Bob (uncredited)

Characters : Billy Bob (uncredited)

Actor : Milan Pulvermacher

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    starks94

    A Review by starks94

    by starks94

    "Out of all the films nominated for best picture, there is one that isn’t getting much attention at all. In Hacksaw Ridge, the narrative surrounding the film doesn’t have much to do the film at all because it’s identity seems to be centered on Mel Gibson’s comeback. Read More: https://reviews.boxofficebuz.com/review/hacksaw-ridge"

    dragon_boi

    A Review by dragon_boi

    by dragon_boi

    "I first saw Hacksaw Ridge, back in November when it first came out.. Went to an afternoon screening and it was packed. From the very first scene to the last , I was in awe. This is the best movie I have seen in a long time. The last 30 minutes of the film, I had tears rolling down my cheeks. After it ended, it got a 5 minute standing ovation. Braveheart is my all time favourite movie and have seen it over 200 times., but this might just be my new favourite movie. I have seen it 6 times now, and cried every time. It is such an emotional film. The story of the HERO Desmond Doss is truly inspiring.Thank you Mel Gibson and Desmond Doss Jr. for letting us know more about this remarkable man. Hugo Weaving was robbed of an Oscar nomination. Andrew Garfield blew my away with his performance and it is Vince Vaughn's best performance as well. It is the best film of 2016."

    Reno

    A Review by Reno

    by Reno

    "**On the battlefront, his intention was to save the lives.** The film was awesome, mainly because of the good message it carried out. That's not it, the film was well made with the wonderful cast and their great performances. The special effects were top notch, as well as the location where the majority of the second half takes place. This is a US-Australian co-production. Mel Gibson returned to the director's chair with a bang after exactly a decade. It got six Oscars nominees, so let's wait and see how many awards it grabs. It was the World War II theme, based on a real person and events. It tells the story of an American youngster named Desmond Doss, who joins the army to contribute to his nation. But for his religious point of view, he struggles during the training. After managing to make through, the remaining film focused to reveal his bravery on the battlefield against the Japanese armed forces at Okinawa in a place called Hacsaw Ridge. The story was based on one of the ten commandments. Doss, who strongly believes in that carries the same ideology to the combat zone. But all the initial part of the film reflects why he is very on to it. Especially after a fight with his brother in his childhood, followed by saving a severely injured man in a road accident just before deciding to join the army. So it is like both, a war film, as well as an anti-war theme. Most importantly, it tells us the bravery of a man, like of something Gandhi in the battlefield. He did it in what he had believed, but my perspective differs. I liked the film, as a biopic and the message it delivered. Very entertaining too, but when it comes to Doss' belief, I think it was flawed. In the first place he would have not joined the army if he's true to the commandment. That's the basic rule of the commandment if one wants to adopt it. He was just one of the unique person with such idea and luckily succeeded following it in a hostile situation. Only if you think all his episodes from an atheist perspective, that's how you would feel. One of the major reasons for that is, when he saves his men by letting his enemy die. But appreciable effort, at least from the Americans perspective. A true hero for his nation. One of the best war films ever. Instead of saying a must see film, I would say don't miss it. _7.5/10_"

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