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Force of Arms

Force of Arms(1951)

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  • Movie that stays with you

    • Douglas
    • 2/18/17

    This movie is the simple story of two Americans falling in love in the middle of a war. What makes it above par is its dialogue and the 2 actors playing the parts. There are lines and scenes in this movie that seem to stick with you long after watching it. For Instance....William Holdens character tries to describe Nancy Olsens character to a friend (drunk because he wants her sexually but Nancy rebuffs him..not wanting anything cheap..wanting sex only with marriage) ..he says...."her soul is like a bell...every time you reach in and tap it.. it puts out the same pure note"..the battle scenes are somewhat tame compared to the more realistic ones we get nowadays but men still die and suffer...and Nancy Olsen does an excellent job of demonstrating her intense love for her soldier later in the movie carrying you along with her as she searches for Holden...this movie is the story of our parents and grandparents finding love in the midst of the largest conflict in human history...its good viewing.

    • 4/1/14

  • I love William Holden

    • Kacey
    • 9/5/11

    Must-see for William Holden fans. 1 of 3 pairings with Nancy Olsen, they are fabulous together. I may be biased because I love Holden so much, most reviews for this movie aren't good but it is one of my favorites.

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