A film of awesome power and blistering provocation. show more
The cheap perfume of sentimentality wafts through the closing moments of Flags of Our Fathers. It's all the more noticeable for having been avoided so well and so long. Mr. Eastwood knows that sort of thing doesn't mix with the stench of war.
In the film, the music, beginning with a muted a cappella ballad, is from Eastwood himself. show more