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The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

By Yoni Bleier, Arts and Entertainment Editor


Plot Summary:

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and a group of military officials hatch a daring plan to neutralize Hitler's fleet of German U-boats during World War II. Made up of a motley crew of rogues and mavericks, the top-secret combat unit uses unconventional techniques to battle the Nazis and change the course of the war.


Review:

What made this movie spectacular was its legendary cast and director, Jewish representation, captivating performance, and the fact that it's based on a real story. For example, the main character, Gus March-Phillips, is played by Henry Cavill. He was suave, funny, and somehow maintained his cool nature while blowing up Nazis all throughout the movie, which also added to my enjoyment, because who doesn’t love dead Nazis? Eiza González played a beautiful Jewish secret agent who attempted to seduce a Nazi general in Africa and made it extremely easy for the audience to fall in love with her character. Her emotions could clearly be felt through the movie screen and everyone ends up rooting for her. These are just two of the actors who made the movie fantastic, but I could continue to talk about the cast and everything they brought to the film. The director of the film is Guy Ritchie. Ritchie is a well-known director famous for his fast-talking characters. his fast-paced action, and weaving in healthy doses of comedy. He has directed several famous films such as Snatch (2000), The Gentlemen (2019), and Sherlock Holmes (2009). Without him, the movie would not have been even remotely as good. His talents really shine through in this movie and it's perfect for date night, family night, or just any plain old movie night.

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