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Miracle at St. Anna
- 2h 40m
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Directed by Spike Lee, MIRACLE AT ST. ANNA follows four members of the U.S. Army's all-black 92nd Infantry Division, the Buffalo Soldiers, that are trapped behind enemy lines after one of them risks his life to save a traumatized Italian boy. Separated from their unit, they find themselves in a remote Tuscan village where they experience the tragedy and the triumph of war. Based on the highly praised novel by James McBride, and filled with exceptional battle scenes and action, it's a gripping and inspiring story that will touch the goodness within us all and never let go.
© 2008 Buffalo Soldiers and On My Own Produzioni Cinematografiche. All Rights Reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Miracle at St. Anna is a well-intentioned but overlong, disjointed affair that hits few of the right notes.
December 14, 2018
June 22, 2017
Jonathan F. Richards
Lee is a filmmaker who, through talent, accomplishment, and a constant working of the refs in the...
June 21, 2017
At the Movies
It's impressive that a filmmaker of Lee's distinction is willing to continue to push boundaries.
June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Brutal WWII battlefield fable isn't for kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that, from start to finish, this is a violent war movie and not meant for kids. Though the filmmakers try to humanize the characters (including portraying a sympathetic Nazi), acts of cruelty, barbaric murder, wounding, and killing are graphically depicted throughout the film. Images include gunshots to the head, severed limbs, the massacre of innocent victims (including many children and babies), and blood gushing from heads and bodies and pooling around lifeless soldiers in the water. A young child is in danger throughout the film. Vicious racism is a continuing theme, and language is frequently crass and explicit (including many uses of both "f--k" and the "N" word). Two scenes show a bare-breasted woman; another includes passionate sexual foreplay.
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- Release Date:September 26, 2008
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD