Paths of Glory

Paths of Glory

Director: Stanley Kubrick Cast: Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker, Adolphe Menjou
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Paths of Glory 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
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Stanley hits another home run w/ this film, I have never seen a movie that moved me like this one did. This film shines a light on the horrors of war.
Guest More than 1 year ago
''Paths of Glory'' (the title obviously derived from the famous verse ''the paths of glory lead but to the grave'') is not only the greatest antiwar film ever made...it is the GREATEST FILM ever made, period. Kirk Douglas is head and shoulders above every other actor who ever lived. (His son, Michael Douglas, although a fine actor, does not fill his father's shoes.) I was so moved by this film...I purchased my own copy of it, and have viewed it many times, and never fail to be impressed by it. It has inspired many great antiwar films, such as ''Born on the Fourth of July''. I believe EVERY person should see this film !!!!!
jameswormold More than 1 year ago
A film that should resonate with everyone, whether you've ever been a soldier or not. Kirk Douglas & the rest of the cast are outstanding. This movie compares favorably with any of Stanley Kubrick's later & perhaps better known work. The ending is unforgettable.
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I would say this is the best anti-war movie ever made, but Kubrick made two others. Who can choose? Paths of Glory is a masterwork of cinema which not only makes an eloquent and profound statement on war and its moral ambiguities - it expands the cinematic vocabulary significantly in doing so. No other filmmaker's lense tells a story as well as Kubrick's. He is the consummate filmmaker, and he knows how his medium communicates uniquely and perhaps with more power than any other. This film should be required viewing for the human race. Douglas is pitch perfect and the combat, while tame by todays standards, is some of the best filmed in movie history.
TN1796 More than 1 year ago
Paths of Glory uses World War I trench fighting to show the insanity of war. In this case, Kirk Douglas brings his trademark intensity to bear as a French commander ordered to make a suicidal charge, then to execute soldiers at random when it fails. In Douglas's character, Dax, the madness of war is attacked in a memorable way. This movie shows Kubrick's rejection of the groupthink and blind obedience that he saw in war, a theme he came back to with a vengeance in Dr. Strangelove. This DVD is pretty no frills, but the film is strong enough to stand on its own.
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