Flags of our Fathers User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.98

Current Rating: 3.98

based on 434 votes and 35 reviews

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  • Another winner!
  • Flags of our Fathers is probably the best WW2 video made to date. It is powerful and real. A true triumph.
  • sad when our boys are used to up morial.
  • Not bad. Interesting story line.
  • i couldn`t help but think of my father, now passed on, but a world war two war vet himself. i thought it was a necessary movie to make with a very real statement of `what is a hero?`. before all the vets slip away into a life beyond, it was a good documentary type movie to feature as we know so many of them came back and never talked about their experiences.
  • The movie was more than I expected, the US politics is just as crooked now as before. They misused Ira hayes and the other soldiers to abuse. I thank Clint Eastwood for being a teacher that can show the world what the war was like. I used to wonder why Johnny Cash sang that song about drunken Ira Hayes, now I know why he drank.
  • slightly interesting story which could have been told in a few minutes.I really wondered what the point of making this movie and telling this story was. This movie was aimless.
  • Very boring. Characters did nothing for me. Plot -- not much of one. Did not move me at all. Not Clint Eastwood`s typical style. Certainly not even worth mentioning at the academy awards.
  • I liked it very much. Left me feeling so sad...and moved.
  • could have been 20 mins shorter, expected more..

Flags of our Fathers

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Drama, War
Running Time:  132 min.
Release Date: October 20, 2006
DVD: February 6, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 3.98
based on 434 votes and 35 reviews
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Cast: Ryan Phillippe, Jesse Bradford, Adam Beach, Barry Pepper, John Benjamin Hickey, John Slattery, Paul Walker, Jamie Bell, Neal McDonough