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One Minute to Zero(1952)

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  • one minute to zero

    • kevin sellers
    • 6/1/17

    It's no accident that most of the great films about the Korean conflict("Steel Helmet," "MASH," "Porkchop Hill"), tend to be anti war in tone. This is because Korea, on the stupidity scale, falls somewhere between Vietnam and the Black Hawk War. Therefore, efforts to enoble it, a la Ford/Hawks for WW2, and as director Tay Garnett tries to do here, are doomed to failure. Consequently, aside from some decent cynical banter between Robert Mitchum and Charles Mc Graw (two 40s noir vets), nothing about this movie stands out. So let's give it a well deserved C. P.S. Being a Howard Hughes produced product the viewer is assured to see, as the female lead, a sexy brunette who cannot act. In this case her name is Ann Blyth.

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    • Steve H.
    • 5/27/17

    The movie itself is so so. There seems to be very little chemistry between Mitchum & Blyth. It shows sacrifices that had to be made in war that can make you feel uncomfortable.

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