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WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people and becomes the first Conscientious Objector in American history to win the Congressional Medal of Honor.
ActorsStarring: Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Vince Vaughn, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, Ryan Corr, Richard Roxburgh, Luke Pegler, Firass Dirani, Goran D. Kleut, Nathaniel Buzolic, Ori Pfeffer, Matthew Nable, Jacob Warner, Richard Pyros, Ben Mingay, Harry Greenwood, Damien Thomlinson, Robert Morgan, Milo Gibson, John Batziolas, John Cannon, Mikael Koski, Charles Jacobs, Ben O'Toole, James Lugton, Tim McGarry, Tyler Coppin, Dennis Kreusler, Nico Cortez, Helmut Bakaitis, Bill Young, Benedict Hardie, Philip Quast, James Mackay, Sam Parsonson, Sean Lynch, Thomas Unger, Hayden Geens, Tim Potter, Santo Tripodi, Laurence Brewer, Nobuaki Shimamoto, Hiroshi Kasuga, Yuki Nagashima, Taki Abe, Taka Uematsu, Yoji Tatsuta, Milan Pulvermacher
Critic Reviews About Hacksaw Ridge
Mel Gibson directs this true-life tale of a US army medic who refused to bear arms with great force, but little subtlety.
The film pretends to be a grim reckoning with the horrors of war, but it is also, true to its genre, a rousing celebration of the thrills of battle.
A. O. Scott
Hacksaw Ridge is a grisly WWII movie that excels as an action/thriller, but has mixed success in realizing its loftier thematic ambitions.
Occasionally soapy on the homefront but cataclysmic in combat, this is a worthy addition to the WWII canon. Garfield underpins it all with skill, showing that sometimes, war can be humanising too.
Phil De Semlyen
Remarkably, “Hacksaw Ridge” coalesces into a memorable whole.
Wall Street Journal
Gibson never met a wound he didn’t want to gaze at with almost masochistic intensity: His camera can’t turn away, even when a character gives blood at a civilian hospital.
Hacksaw Ridge is riveting cinema. But it’s also bloody—as bloody as we’ve seen on screen for a long, long time.
Although this WWII action drama is a technical wonder, the soul of the movie feels at odds with itself.
Common Sense Media
But it’s on Okinawa that Gibson’s vision roars to life. The battles are staged and shot with unbearable relentlessness.
A pacifist becomes a WWII hero.
New York Daily News