"All Quite on the Western Front (Edward Berger, 2022)"
Not as good as the OG classic.
Maybe because this was overhyped by everyone including Matt Neglia who sat next to me and my boy for BLACK ADAM and listening to him talk about this and compare it to Saving Private Ryan, it was anything close in terms of brutality. Don't get it twisted, this movie is brutal but not like that.
The score got to be like the structure of the movie itself, repetitive. Like I understand the nihilistic point of war, but when BOTH the movie and the characters hold me at arm's length, you make a well-crafted mundane affair. That's 2 and a half hours long.
Great cinematography and the kid who plays the main character gets the highest praise out of anything in this movie.