Mission of Honor [Review]

Mission of Honor is a pretty standard war film, but it has a message. This time, it’s the rather story about how the British people treated the Polish pilots...
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Mission of Honor is a pretty standard war film, but it has a message. This time, it’s the rather story about how the British people treated the Polish pilots that helped save their country during World War II. It’s a fine thanks for the help, get your ass back to Warsaw come V-E Day. Iwan Rheon does great in the lead role, but I don’t see his Game of Thrones making the move over to this movie. Released in Europe as Hurricane late last year, Cinedigm is trying to find a way to break this movie into America.

Honestly, I’m not sure if it needs to happen. While I love to see every movie get a theatrical release, there should be a way to let quiet dramas about War discover their audience. I get that the scale of a World War II movie requires a degree of grandiose pomp. Whether it’s warranted is something I’ll leave to you guys. However, I felt that the film was a drama about international relations that kept getting World War II stuck in its dialogue.

Give it a shot and learn something new about Poland. Well, not new. Hell, you guys never learn anything.

Mission of Honor is in theaters today!

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    19 May 2019 at 4:47 pm

    […] Mission of Honor was a foreign release that I covered earlier in the year. This fictional retelling of the Squadron 303 is handled pretty fairly. While the Brits like to glamorize the Battle of Britain, it’s neat to examine every aspect of the conflict. Especially since they weren’t totally cool with the Norwegian and other foreign pilots that helped save the United Kingdom. […]

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