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1001 Movie Club - Great Escape, The (1963)
#427. The Great Escape (1963)
Why It's In The Book: "A terrific war film boasting an all-star cast from director John Sturges, The Great Escape remains as entertaining, moving, and thrilling now as when it was first released in 1963. Nearly every scene is a classic, as the American and British prisoners of war plot to escape from their camp… An epic much like Sturges’s previous picture The Magnificent Seven (three of that film’s cast also appear here: McQueen, Bronson, and James Coburn), this heroic adventure, based on the novel by Paul Brickhill, is backed by a memorable score by Elmer Bernstein that beautifully punctuates every fantastic moment." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Siochembio - 9/10
"A long film that doesn’t feel long, an old film that feels fresh, and a great cinematic romp."
Squish - 9/10
"A happy little tune plays merrily as we watch airmen zing one liners and outsmart their keepers at every turn. Ever so slowly... we're drawn more and more into the dramatic and even solemn moments that bring this out of the farcical and into the important."
Haricharan - 8.5/10
"The movie in discussion, The Great Escape is a Hollywood masterpiece by design that shows how a simple piece of history can be turned into a worldwide phenomenal piece of filmmaking with ample scope for everyone to learn a thing or two."
Sunny D - 8.5/10
"No question it’s an excellent movie, worth watching for a variety of reasons on multiple levels."
Adolytsi - 8/10
"This is a very entertaining film that tells one heck of a story, and the performances by all are added up to an excellent ensemble display."
Michaël Parent - 8/10
"Sturges is a master at remaking the spirit of a working film while Americanising it without losing the entertainment value neither the focal points of the script."
Movie Guy Steve - 8/10
"The Great Escape is a ripping yarn, exciting and in no need of anything other than the fascinating story it tells."
Nicholas Krizan - 8/10
"supposed to actually have happened more or less as shown, which at first is very hard to accept."