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Drama, Thriller, Biography
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Jonathan Teplitzky


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Brian Cox as Winston Churchill
Kevin Findlay as Fanshawe
Angela Costello as Kay Summersby
Peter Ormond as Briggs
Steven Cree as Captain Stagg
Ella Purnell as Helen
Richard Durden as Jan Smuts
George Anton as Admiral Ramsay
Julian Wadham as Bernard Montgomery
Danny Webb as Alan Brooke
James Purefoy as King George VI
Miranda Richardson as Clementine Churchill
Jonathan Aris as Mallory
John Slattery as Dwight Eisenhower
Churchill Storyline: June 1944. Allied Forces stand on the brink: a massive army is secretly assembled on the south coast of Britain, poised to re-take Nazi-occupied Europe. One man stands in their way: Winston Churchill. Behind the iconic figure and rousing speeches: a man who has faced political ridicule, military failure and a speech impediment. An impulsive, sometimes bullying personality - fearful, obsessive and hurting. Fearful of repeating, on his disastrous command, the mass slaughter of 1915, when hundreds of thousands of young men were cut down on the beaches of Gallipoli. Obsessed with fulfilling historical greatness: his destiny. Exhausted by years of war and plagued by depression, Churchill is a shadow of the hero who has resisted Hitler's Blitzkrieg. Should the D-Day landings fail, he is terrified he'll be remembered as an architect of carnage. Political opponents sharpen their knives. General Eisenhower and Field Marshal Montgomery are increasingly frustrated by Churchill's attempts to stop...
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His extreme difficulty in letting go
The movie "Churchill" chronicles the days before the invasion of Normandy in which the British Prime Minister finds himself no longer in control of the fate of his country. Ike Eisenhower is now in command of the allied invasion. The movie captures his extreme difficulty in letting go and placing his trust in the comparatively less experienced generals in charge of the invasion. Churchill feels that he, himself, must serve a vital role.

Beyond the historical backdrop of the movie, we are made to gaze upon a vital nuance of our humanity as well - the challenge to trust others.
Cigar-smoking man
The critics have not taken very kindly to this 4-day biopic, but I found much to admire. It's June 1944, in the week before D-Day, and Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Brian Cox) is having grave doubts about the Normandy landings. World War One saw a similar beachhead go catastrophically wrong at Gallipoli, and Churchill took much of the blame for the disaster. Generals Eisenhower and Montgomery (John Slattery and Julian Wadham) are gung-ho for a great victory, and even King George (James Purefoy) is quietly optimistic. Clementine, Mrs Churchill (Miranda Richardson), worries about her husband's stress – and his drinking. She doesn't seem to worry about his smoking: we hardly ever see him without a cigar.

This is something of a 'chamber piece', more like a play than a movie, all talk and little action. There are no battle scenes; the Blitz is in the past; London is more or less a safe place in which to be planning a mighty campaign to defeat Hitler and Nazism. Brian Cox is made up to be a very believable Winston and he does a splendid job with the great man's voice without lapsing into caricature. Only the cigars are overdone.

The rest of the cast are convincing, although Ms Richardson could have done with some sharper lines: her Clemmie is a bit like a Jane Austen mumsical matriarch. Cox is well-served by the script, although critics and historians are claiming that Churchill never actually had the four dark days of doubt and despair pictured here. There's a scene of him at prayer which becomes very Shakespearean – the PM as King Lear!

So: a talky drama, not slight but a bit slender (in spite of Churchill's Hitchcockian girth). The eve of a great moment in history. Authentic or not, this is stirring stuff.
Pretentiousness personified
Seriously this film could have been 20 minutes long and still seemed repetitive it's the same point and the same conversation again and again and to make matters worse what you believe is an accurate reconstruction of events is left in some doubt. It's self indulgent pretentiousness that aims to discredit a great man he may not have been perfect but a little balance would have been nice it's truly a shame it was so flawed as Brian Cox is excellent and backed up with equally good performances sadly their great work couldn't save this train wreck.
Disturbing. Gorgeous.
After seeing the first trailer for this movie I was really intrigued, the plot was unknown, and the movie was shrouded in secrecy. And right as it started it had already had my attention. The mystery that this movie was, made it so much more interesting. It was so beautiful from the costumes to the scenery to the color palette and to the vfx. Everything about this movie was beautiful. Even the script, which was really wacky. Some say the movie was too long, but for me it was too short, I wanted to get at least 2 hours more of the movie. At the end of the day everyone is bashing "Churchill" but we wanted something different, and we got something different. It had everything I wanted and I can't wait to get it on Blu-ray. This movie easily went to be my most favorite movie of all times, replacing "10 Cloverfield Lane".
Good Biography movie
Churchill stars Brian Cox and its the story of how the prime minister copes with the plan of D-day. This movie has a very movie-like plot and has very movie-like characters, but it still works. It may be clichéd and it may be very obvious, but what really elevates this movie are the performances. All of them are great. Brian Cox delivers an astounding performance, he was so in the moment and real. He was completely in his character and his accent was well made. His character is well- developed enough that we can care about him, and his main motivation is really clear as his past haunts him and it makes him think twice about his decisions. He really deserves an Oscar nomination. The script is good, but it could be better. There are a lot of great scenes throughout the movie that really stand out, but then there are other scenes that are really flawed and predictable. I literally predicted 2 lines in one scene. The cinematography is gorgeous. A lot of wide and long takes of the wilderness and the beach. The production design and the sound was also great with a lot of references to the past and of the time period. The direction is good but it could be much better. There really isn't a style in this movie, and if the direction had made more unique and original choices, this movie wouldn't have been clichéd. The story is engaging, riveting and it really makes you think behind the decisions made before soldiers step on enemy soil and it makes you sympathize with the characters since the decisions made in the story are really brave. I had a good time with this movie and its a really good biography about a man that really made a huge difference in the world. 7/10
The script and accents are awful
Though there are some good performances from the actors, the script and the accents of some of the actors really deserve criticism. Gen Jan Smuts' Afrikaner accent with the rolling "R's" sounds forced and is just laughable, to say the least. He sounds more like a Scotsman than an Afrikaner. To boot the king of England sounds more French than English! Moreover, Smuts is portrayed as a pathetic little lap dog which follows Churchill around wherever he goes. (If the movie could, it would have shown Smuts holding Churchill's p****r whilst he stood at the urinal). It is completely off the mark for a movie which tries to be historically accurate. Gen Jan Smuts, after all, was one of the founding members of the league of nations (today the UN) and a statesman in his own right. Smuts graduated at Cambridge and Lord Todd, the Master of Christ's College said in 1970 that "in 500 years of the College's history, of all its members, past and present, three had been truly outstanding: John Milton, Charles Darwin and Jan Smuts." Churchill, therefore, wasn't Smut's intellectual equal by a long shot and the script clearly needed more research. Some scenes are also a bit ridiculous e.g. Churchill's visit to the front where Gen Montgomery prepared for D- day, the largest seaborne invasion in history with 156,000 men. Even if 90% of the soldiers were already gone, there would still have been 15,600 men. However, the scene looks more like a couple of guys who went camping in order to hunt geese. Maybe the movie was on a tight budget? So I give the movie 3 out of 10.
A Masterpiece
Pros: Stunning visuals, excellent acting. Great, mysterious and original story. Very interesting plot with character development. Great framing / scene - the director did an amazing job.

Cons: Too long.

I truly loved the movie. The fact that it takes way too long to uncover anything about the plot is not a problem for me, but apparently it was for many people. If you are able to just keep asking questions until the very end of the film then this is for you. The plot was really intriguing and original. To me it was a great psychological thriller and it did a perfect job at scaring the hell out of me without even a single jump scare. Easily one of my favorite films of all time, and the best of recent years with the next one being split.
A great leader and a most unpleasant man
"Churchill" (2017 release from the UK; 105 min.) is a movie about Winston Churchill. As the movie opens, we are reminded it is "June 1944", and we see Churchill walking on the beach, thinking back to the horrors of a WWI amphibian attack that went horribly wrong. The action then movies to "Downing Street Annexe", where Churchill is seemingly practicing lines for an upcoming speech--we later learn that it is for a tete-a-tete with King George during one of the last briefings before D Day. At this point we're 10 min. into the movie but to tell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

Couple of comments: this is the latest movie from Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky. Here he brings a snapshot of Winston Churchill to the big screen. Don't call it a biopic as only the days leading up to D Day are covered. And what we see isn't a pretty picture. Churchill comes across as a cranky old man who is petulant and aloof. As the movie ends, the end titles inform us that "Churchill is viewed by many as the greatest Briton ever", and while it certainly is true that he was a great WWII leader, if what we see here reflects reality, Churchill also was a most unpleasant man. That makes the task of director Teplitzky much harder to make a movie that is compelling. I watched most of the movie simply being annoyed at Churchill. I can't imagine that was the intent of the film... Veteran UK actor Brian Cox does a fantastic job in the title role, but of course he cannot make Churchill into a sympathetic figure. I must wonder whether what we see in the film is an accurate reflection of what happened in the days leading up to D Day. Did Churchill really battle Eisenhower and Montgomery to stop D Day from happening? I have no idea. Given all the commotion that is portrayed, the movie is surprisingly flat-footed.

The movie opened recently at my local art-house theater here in Cincinnati. The Friday evening screening where I saw this at was attended okay but not great (I'd guess about 15 people). If you are interested in WWII history or perhaps Churchill himself, I'd suggest you check this out, be it in the theater, on VOD, or eventually on DVD/Blu-ray. Just don't expect a riveting movie, or a pleasant man.
Awesome Movie
Highly recommended. Absolutely fantastic movie. I'm going back again tomorrow. The historic accuracy in this work is first class. A true eye opener. Brian's portrayal of Churchill was truly inspiring and had me hooked from the first scene. The attention to detail in his mannerisms were completely on point.
Why anyone would make a film that is historical biography and get the facts and presentation of the main personalities so wrong is impossible to understand.

While it is true that the premise: Churchill's reticence over the Overlord operation is true, and for the reasons depicted (the failed Dardenelles campaign of 1915), it reaches for melodramatic bombast to make this very bad film last for an hour and forty minutes. It has insufficient material and the writing is shoddy and weak throughout to carry the task.

As a piece of psychological biography it is completely inadequate, it is worse than feeble: it ought to have dug into Churchill's wider vision for Europe which by 1944 was unrealistic: the re-installation of monarchies in Europe, for example. In doing so it would have shown more widely where he was adrift as the war was moving to its closing phases As a drama in its own right it fails totally because it has one idea and one only and bangs on and on and on and on about it, while revealing nothing new.

This film has multiple faults historically, breaches of protocol, as well as the use of language for the time. This film serves no purpose at all and is a waste of time in every respect.
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