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The Bridge on the River Kwai
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The Bridge on the River Kwai

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The film deals with the situation of British prisoners of war during World War II who are ordered to build a bridge to accommodate the Burma-Siam railway. British and American officers plot to blow up the structure, but the commander of the bridge's construction has different plans.
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The Nation
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February 11, 2013

The Bridge on the River Kwai amused and excited me.
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PopMatters
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February 23, 2015

Suffice it to say, it's a masterpiece... and an epic one at that.
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The New Republic
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January 23, 2013

Part of the success of The Bridge is that its courageous hero is shown from all angles, in all kinds of mirrors. He is strong, stubborn, fallible, maniacal, silly, and wise; and in the end he is pathetic, noble, and foolish.
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Common Sense Media

December 15, 2010

Epic of WWII honor and sacrifice gone haywire.
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Time Out
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September 22, 2010

From sky to ground in two shots, and it already feels like we've traversed a great distance, with two and a half hours of skillful, suspenseful WWII adventure to go.
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Monthly Film Bulletin
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February 16, 2016

The film, a highly assured piece of technical craftsmanship, is made rather too literally for the double-edged character of its central drama.
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New York Daily News
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February 23, 2015

It is a stirring drama of World War II, in which Spiegel has had the excellent help of British director David Lean, in charge of the action, and of a fine company of international players.
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Radio Times
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February 03, 2014

Few Second World War films are as enduring as this multi-Oscar-winning examination of the stiff upper lip from director David Lean.
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TIME Magazine
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February 18, 2009

It is a whale of a story, and in the telling of it, British Director David Lean does a whale of a job.
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Total Film
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February 11, 2013

It's certainly weathered well thanks to its novel and ingenious approach to presenting multiple perspective of the Second World War.
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Village Voice
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February 03, 2014

Has no one else found it highly peculiar that damn near everybody's choice for the best movie of (let's say) the decade should be dedicated, inferentially but absolutely, to the proposition that Courage is Madness and Cowardice is Best?
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Variety
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February 19, 2008

A gripping drama, expertly put together and handled with skill in all departments.
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