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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Django's rating of the film Journey's End

    A bit clunky and "stage-bound" compared to films like The Big Parade or All Quiet on the Western Front. Clive's performance as the jangled nerve Stanhope is the most compelling thing in the film.

  2. Holyphool's rating of the film Journey's End

    This claustrophobic dirty bunker piece adapted from RC Sherrif's play features one of the most tortured performances ever commited to screen by Colin Clive, who with James Whale creates one of the great anti-war films ever. Superb performances from everyone as intense, openly-emotional male intimacy dominates. Whale's realistic war scenes and impending sense of annihilation is superb. Not bad for a first film Jimmy!