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Windtalkers Director's Cut
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama, Romance, War, Action
  • Year: 2002
Audio
English: Dolby Surround 5.1 / French: Stereo
Subtitles:
English & French / Subtitled
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Windtalkers
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama, Romance, War, Action
  • Year: 2002
Audio
English: 5.1 DTS HD Lossless Audio / Spanish & French (Parisian): Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:
English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled

Synopsis

In the brutal World War II Battle of Saipan, Sergeant Joe Enders (Academy Award® winner*Nicolas Cage) guardsand ultimately befriendsBen Yahzee (Adam Beach), a young Navajo trained in the one wartime code never broken by the enemy, the Navajo Code. But if Yahzee should fall into Japanese hands, how far will Enders go to save the military's most powerful secret? John Woodirects this "exciting" (Premiere),

Disc Information

**Intro by director, John Woo
**Audio Commentary

Cast & Crew

Nicolas Cage ... Joe Enders
Adam Beach ... Ben Yahzee
Peter Stormare ... Hjelmstad
Noah Emmerich ... Chick
Mark Ruffalo ... Pappas
Brian Van Holt ... Harrington
Martin Henderson ... Nellie

Reviews

Jeff Strickler Minneapolis Star Tribune | November 06, 2002

The history is fascinating; the action is dazzling. They just don't work in concert.

Michael Wilmington Chicago Tribune | July 20, 2002

It's the best new battle film since Black Hawk Down.

Geoff Pevere Toronto Star | June 14, 2002

Although too simplistic, overly melodramatic and psychologically underdeveloped to be a great movie, Windtalkers is a perfectly good one.

Stephanie Zacharek Salon.com | June 14, 2002

Windtalkers is shapelessly gratifying, the kind of movie that invites you to pick apart its faults even as you have to admit that somehow it hit you where you live.

Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel | June 14, 2002

[Woo] doesn't reinvent the war film with Windtalkers. But he does capitalize on the post-Private Ryan trend toward showing combat at its most brutal and personal.

Eric Harrison Houston Chronicle | June 14, 2002

Woo makes Windtalkers his own by combining the style and concerns of his earlier work with retro-sounding music and other war-movie conventions.

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