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Current Rating: 4.04

Current Rating: 4.04

based on 178 votes and 63 reviews

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  • 1 stars Stay away
  • 1 stars A not so good movie
  • 1 stars Not worth the time let alone the money
  • 1 stars As a former history teacher, I have to give it an F. As a historical fiction movie, it's at least 75% fiction. The idea that Churchill wavered and seemed to have considered a treaty with Hitler and that he jotted down the ideas for his greatest speech on a subway trip to Parliament (one which he never took) are ridiculous. Gary Oldman did a great job portraying a bumbling professor! I had to give the movie one star, because I wasn't given to option of going lower.
  • 1 stars Pretty predictable crappy stuff. I am pretty tired of national hero typical kind of character. Getting to feel pretty much the same about Gary Oldman. Go to a matinee or wait for the rental, but don't pay full price unless you have nothing better to do.
  • 1 stars Could have been so much more with the talented cast. Underdeveloped dialogue and characters. Waste of time and money
  • 5 stars Is there an echo in here? No, it's one idiot repeating the same complaints over and over in multiple bad reviews. No need to repeat yourself ad nauseam. You don't like Churchill, we get it.
  • 1 stars It should be illegal to lie to people like they do it in this movie
  • 1 stars This guy was a mass murderer but they didn’t mention it in this movie
  • 5 stars Excellent movie. If you saw the movie “Dunkirk” and was disappointed, like I was, you’ll love this movie. Oldman should win an Oscar. Fantastic! Excellent acting.

Darkest Hour

Genre:  Drama, War
Running Time:  125 min.
In theatres:
December 8, 2017 - Toronto
December 22, 2017 - Wide

Current rating: Rating: 4.04
based on 178 votes and 63 reviews
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Cast: Gary Oldman, Ben Mendelsohn, Lily James, John Hurt, Kristin Scott Thomas, Stephen Dillane