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  1. Pedro Ferreira's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Belíssimo, um excelente exemplo de como filmar a guerra sem romantizá-la e sem permitir que seu terror seja banalizado - algo que mesmo muitos filmes anti-guerra tem dificuldade em conquistar. Meu Kubrick favorito.

  2. Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Kubrick is oddly widely liked for his worst films, in which technique, spectacle, and abstraction, overpowers deeply moving human emotion, grand philosophy, and methodical writing. Unlike the bulk of his later work, at merely 88-minutes this film doesn't get lost in a labyrinth of show-off ego, nor does it have anything that is superfluous and distracting. It's all necessary, humanistic, and touchingly beautiful.

  3. Yang's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    More than just a display of the inhumanity of war, this is probably the most efficient distillation of the tragedy, helplessness and greed of bureaucracy.

  4. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    One of the most significant anti-war movies ever made. All of the trademarks of a Kubrick film are there, and all the performances are first rate. There's a great balance between star and director in this movie.

  5. Ingrid Bergman's rating of the film Paths of Glory

  6. Le Ciné Chez Nico's rating of the film Paths of Glory

  7. Balthaz21's rating of the film Paths of Glory

  8. bartkl's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    I love how this film is deeply -and in a typical Kubrick sense- comical in the most dark, subtle way, all the while serving the function of mocking the absurdity of the concept of war to begin with: it's fundamentally cynical. But there's plenty of more serious scenes as well, such as the singing German lady, the prison visits and the trial. This perfect mixture of serious and comical has left me in awe!

  9. justadele's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Adoré Représentatif de la cruauté humaine que l'on a les uns à l'égard des autres. Abus de pouvoir mais aussi faux semblants d'autorité qui fait naître trop de confiance chez certaine personne.

  10. laboracherie's rating of the film Paths of Glory

  11. Jim's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    ★★★★/ 35mm / Kubrick’s brilliant film, begins on the battlefield, men trapped in bunkers, the constant roar of bombs, soldiers terrified, senseless slaughter, turns into a surreal courtroom drama, revealing the absurdities of war. Kubrick creates stunning moments, trailing Douglas through the bunkers, the failed attack, the garish ballroom dance, the slow walk toward execution, the soldiers singing through tears.

  12. Andre's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Kubrick's visual style emerges fully formed, with his tracks and deep focus compositions intact, but the humanity what impresses. Each vignette advances the theme of process: war is killing, this is what it takes to kill a man this is what you have to do, this is how such decisions are made, and this is how people feel. To shamelessly steal from Ebert: Kubrick made many great films; but this one is perfect.

  13. misu's rating of the film Paths of Glory

  14. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    I feel like Kubrick got all of his humanism out of his system for this one and then spent the rest of his life making films about humans as ants within diabolical machines! A deeply moral, deeply moving film. Very fine.

  15. Adam Metwally's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Kubrick's most emotionally & philosophically exhaustive film. Iconic trench reverse-dolly sequence, and an ending which is a powerful moving scene for the french soldiers whose lives have been marginalized by authority and deemed expendable. "Give the men a few minutes more, Sergeant." This is a film about humanity, morality, about the failures of bureaucracies and the injustices of the judicial system.

  16. robertsandu's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Great film, and one of my favorites from Kubrick. The war scenes are perfect in their obscurity, rather capturing the agonizing nature of the battle. Few films, if any, are as great at capturing not the violence of war, but the sinister moments of silence on the battlefield. And that's only a part of what makes this film amazing. Simple, as in not explicit. Not simplistic.

  17. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Paths of Glory

  18. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    In Kubrick's sophomore effort, his direction becomes more ambitious and visually riveting, but also the writing, which feels a lot more incisive and thought-out. I'm baffled that this movie isn't talked about more. This is essential viewing!

  19. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    3-3.5. It's beautifully shot and works a lot of little details in to shame the military-industrial complex, but at the same time, it's relatively simple, and its bluntness feels characteristic of both Kubrick and political dramas made at the time. That being said, it is moving, and humanistically agreeable (I especially liked the end scene, even if the arcing was a little quick). Even 50s Kubrick was pretty liberal.

  20. tommy cruise's rating of the film Paths of Glory

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  22. Jdsarmientoburgos's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    Kubrick's first good film although I wouldn't call it quite great yet. The best scene was a young german woman forced to sing a german song by a group of soldiers.

  23. Renton47's rating of the film Paths of Glory

    I might offer Paths as contender for the leanest film ever made. Both watches I've had a similar experience: it begins and I'm reticent, pushing against the stuffy old guys talking shop. Within a few frames of shirtless Kirk I'm enticed, the wit slicing through the lines. By its end I'm angry and moved, and amazed at a concise and heroic technical feat that feels both indie and epic.

  24. gld48's rating of the film Paths of Glory

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