'Journey's End' Review: Old-Fashioned Wwi Tale Will Leave You Shattered

'Journey's End' Review: Old-Fashioned Wwi Tale Will Leave You Shattered
Over three days of fighting in March of 1918, British soldiers stuck in the Wwi trenches of northern France and their commanding officers quartered below await a German attack. Raleigh (Hugo's Asa Butterfield), an inexperienced 19-year-old officer, had actually requested to join C Company, led his much-beloved former school housemaster and prospective brother-in-law Captain Stanhope (Sam Claflin). The latter tries to hide his rattling insecurities and mask his depression in booze and the counsel of his second in command, Osborne (Paul Bettany). Before the war, the lieutenant was teacher and family
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