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Runtime 1 h 50 min. casts Bradley Whitford. USA. Thirty-four years after his death, Airman William H. Pitsenbarger, Jr. ("Pits") is awarded the nation's highest military honor, for his actions on the battlefield. Level 1 Air Force vet here. Cant wait to see this. level 2 Army dude here, son of a Vietnam vet. Looks incredible, and I'm sure it'll be a tearjerker too. level 1 I don't read the script, the script reads me. level 1 So weird. There are so many huge stars in this, but the lead is an unknown and the trailer felt oddly low quality. level 2 Sebastian Stan? Not a marvel fan I guess? Hes been in a bunch of other stuff too. Not as a lead, but hes definitely not an unknown. level 2 I felt the low quality too, but it was weird with all the actors they pulled in. level 1 Coverups are as American as apple pie! level 1 What the hell is going on with the audio mix in this trailer? level 2 What's that True Story. Every damn movie now a days has a real story behind! level 1 A good ol Pentagon recruitment drive movie. level 2 American propaganda gets it again! How else will kids pay their debts.

When i see a political movie with deeply biased and political motivated actors in it, it smells fishy. Starring: Alison Sudol, Amy Madigan, Bradley Whitford, Christopher Plummer, Diane Ladd, Ed Harris, Jeremy Irvine, John Savage, Linus Roache, Michael Imperioli, Peter Fonda, Samuel L. Jackson, Sebastian Stan, Ser'Darius William Blain, William Hurt Summary: The Last Full Measure tells the true story of Vietnam War hero William H. Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine) a U. S. Air Force Pararescuemen (also known as a PJ) medic who personally saved over sixty men. During a rescue mission on April 11, 1966, he was offered the chance to escape on the last helicopter out of a combat zone heavily under fire, The Last Full Measure tells the true story of Vietnam War hero William H. During a rescue mission on April 11, 1966, he was offered the chance to escape on the last helicopter out of a combat zone heavily under fire, but he stayed behind to save and defend the lives of his fellow soldiers of the U. Army's 1st Infantry Division, before making the ultimate sacrifice in the bloodiest battle of the war. Thirty-two years later, respected Pentagon staffer Scott Huffman (Sebastien Stan) on a career fast-track is tasked with investigating a Congressional Medal of Honor request for Pitsenbarger made by his best friend and PJ partner on the mission (William Hurt) and his parents (Christopher Plummer & Diane Ladd. Huffman seeks out the testimony of Army veterans who witnessed Pitsenbargers extraordinary valor, including Takoda (Samuel L. Jackson) Burr (Peter Fonda) and Mott (Ed Harris. But as Huffman learns more about Pitsenbargers courageous acts, he uncovers a high-level conspiracy behind the decades-long denial of the medal, prompting him to put his own career on the line to seek justice for the fallen airman. … Expand Genre(s) Drama, War Rating: Not Rated Runtime: 116 min.

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Just finished " the last full measure" and boy am I dissapointed. I havent seen an opportunity for a great war movie blown this bad in many years. The actors portraying the veterans the young DOD lawyer ( sebastian Stan) has to interview are a league of the supporting cast members and the amazing source material and it was hard to mess this one up. But two things did just that. terrible and I mean total dog shit directing and sebastian stans total lack of a performance. first movies pacing was so disjointed with flashbacks to Vietnam and sidelined conversations that it felt like you were watching test footage of two different films being dialogue was over the top cheesy at times but thats fine when you have amazing actors like the elders in this ever 90% of the time sebastian Stan was so monotone and expressionless it was as if he was being filmed off site somewhere having to imagine the other actors in the if that were the most known bad actors would have feigned more emotional connection than he did. It was like he was on drugs. The action scenes had very low production value and I assume they spent all their vfx/stunt money on the actors sign on bonuses. but big names dont make the movie when misused to this degree. normally I can tell if a movie had potential that was lost in the editing room but this movie was times it would gain momentum when ed harris or Samuel Jackson was having a war story moment and then they would cut to Stan's emotionless mug staring at the ground as if contemplating when he could take a bathroom break. His lines didnt help gave his character no backstory or sympathetic traits so he came off as either disinterested or as if hed been given no direction on how to play the dialogue or what his motivation was. When he finally breaks down and cries at the end we are beyond caring about whats going on with him. We were big fans of his from the Marvel universe and were excited to watch him transition into mainstream dramatic im going to hope this total stinker was an enigma he will soon redeem himself everyone gets one or two especially when transitioning from a long running character franchise. As for the inconsistencies in chronological events and pacing of scenes that were unforgivable errors rob the few scenes with genuine gold in them of their luster. I rate this film a flaming turd in the jungle Charlie is everywhere.

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As filmmaking, The Last Full Measure stumbles under the bumpy pacing and deck-stacking of writer-director Todd Robinson ( Phantom. But the film gets up and pushes forward owing to Robinsons passion to get this true story told. The subject is William Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine) a U. S. Air Force pararescue jumper (also known as a PJ) who personally saved 60 men during a Vietnam rescue mission on April 11, 1966. When offered a chance to save his own ass by taking the last chopper out of the bloody combat known as Operation Abilene, Pitsenbarger chose instead to stay behind to aid the evacuation of wounded soldiers in the U. Armys 1st Infantry Division. For losing his own life to enemy sniper fire, Pits — as the soldiers affectionately called him — was awarded a posthumous Congressional Medal of Honor for “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity” beyond the call of duty. Its a hell of tale. But instead of telling it full-out, Robinson marshals his forces toward another tale, one of conspicuous injustice. Yes, Pits was awarded the Medal of Honor, but not until December 8th, 2000, decades after his bravery was officially recorded. The hows and whys of that delay, including coverups and institutional corruption, is the core of The Last Full Measure. Robinsons blood is up, understandably, but in resorting to Hollywood shortcuts and considerable dramatic license, Robinson has reduced the valor of Pits to flashbacks in favor of foregrounding the detective story that finally won this indisputable hero his due. Enter Scott Huffman (Sebastian Stan) a Pentagon investigator whos put on the case of deciding whether Pits actually deserves his countrys highest honor, rare indeed for an enlisted airman. Huffman is a careerist who resents his boss, Carlton Stanton (Bradley Whitford) for giving him what he considers the busy work of interviewing the surviving soldiers saved by Pits. With a wife (Alison Sudol) and family to support, Huffman is eager to climb up the next rung of the D. C. ladder. But as he begins to speak with the soldiers, many suffering with PTSD, Huffman finds his life changed in fundamental ways. Stan, best known for playing Winter Solider Bucky Barnes in the MCU, is a solid actor hemmed in by portraying a composite character based on Robinsons research. His slow enlightenment is meant to be ours as Huffman begins to see the extent of Pits heroism, the physical and emotional toll inflicted by war on those he rescued, and the governments self-serving attempt to sweep his accomplishment under the carpet due to a scandalous incident of friendly fire that Huffmans investigation would expose. An A-list cast of Oscar winners and nominees has been recruited for these roles. And theres no questioning the talents of William Hurt as Tully, Pits best friend, Samuel L. Jackson as the guilt-ridden Takoda, Ed Harris as the reclusive Mott, The Deer Hunter s John Savage as the haunted Kepper, and especially the late Peter Fonda in his final role as a former soldier who has still not adjusted to life after wartime. These damaged men are willing to open painful old wounds not for themselves or even a piece of ribbon for Pits, but for his parents, Frank (Christopher Plummer) and Alice (Diane Ladd) — both superb — who have spent decades trying to win their son the public honor he so richly deserves. Robinson has a tendency to hit his points hard, robbing the film of subtlety and moral complexity in exchange for fueling righteous indignation in the audience. Irvine plays Pits with unvarying valor, seldom letting human elements of doubt and vulnerability intrude on his purpose. The moral quagmire of Vietnam is sidestepped in favor of shining a light on heroism. The films title comes from Lincolns Gettysburg address, in which the Civil War president honored the sacrifice of those who — like Pits — gave “the last full measure of devotion. ” Robinsons film only hints at the corruption embedded in a system meant to ensure Lincolns ideal of a government “of the people, by the people, for the people. ” Robinson means to leave you in tears, no matter how heavy-handed his approach. But the sentimental ending that suggests all loose ends have been tied up does a disservice to the battle ahead and a war still to be won in the name of the people left to pick up the pieces.

Aww. Togo. As much as I want to see Togo my heart might not be able to take it. I just hope no dogs die. 4:02 Crysis Prophet Alcatraz. Why is “The Last Full Measure” rated R? The MPAA rating has been assigned for “war violence, and language. ” The evaluation includes a few kisses and a couple of cleavage revealing outfits; several flashback sequences of a bloody firefight in a jungle where many men were killed and wounded (we see very bloody injuries) and many discussions of war and the treatment of veterans; and nearly 10 F-words and other strong language. Read our parents guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language. ” Inspired by true events about William H. Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine) a member of the US Air Force Pararescue service, who in 1966 was killed while tending to wounded soldiers and saving almost 60 lives: The movie chronicles the fight with the Pentagon bureaucracy by fellow soldiers for over 30 years to have his recognition of valor and courage posthumously upgraded to the Medal of Honor. Also with Samuel L. Jackson, Sebastian Stan, Christopher Plummer, Bradley Whitford, Ed Harris, Michael Imperioli, Diane Ladd, Linus Roache, William Hurt, Alison Sudol, Peter Fonda and Amy Madigan. Directed by Todd Robinson. [Running Time: 1:50] The Last Full Measure SEX/NUDITY 1 – A husband and his wife kiss and hug in a few scenes. ►  A man lifts his shirt to reveal five healed bullet wounds in his back (we see his bare back to the waist. A woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage. A woman wears a low-cut robe that reveals cleavage. A man stands at a urinal in a restroom and we hear a trickle (we do not see urine or nudity. the review continues below... The Last Full Measure VIOLENCE/GORE 7 – Several scenes replay an ambush of US ground troops by Vietcong in the jungle with many men shot down and badly wounded or killed: we see several scenes of men with gaping bloody wounds and screaming in pain and men dead with bloody wounds; one scene shows Vietcong perched in the trees and shooting soldiers as they walk through the jungle, one Vietcong opens a camouflaged hatch in the ground and shoots a soldier before being shot himself, explosives blow up and throw men and dirt through the air, and one scene shows the Vietcong walking through bodies on the ground, shooting at close range those that seem to be still alive (the bodies flinch with the bullet strikes. A soldier is shot through his helmet and blood pours down his face. A soldier shoots a Vietcong fighter and we see the man dead on the ground with his intestines out of his abdomen. A man describes having gotten the distance wrong when calling in an attack on where he and his men were fighting the enemy in a jungle; we see explosions throwing men through the air and he says, “It was friendly fire. ” ►  A helicopter flies over an area where ground troops engage with the enemy and wounded men are evacuated from the scene; one man on the helicopter lowers himself on a cable into the battle to help other wounded men and load them onto carriers that lift them into the helicopter (we see many wounded men with a lot of blood as the man tries to patch the wounds temporarily and one man with a very large bleeding wound on his back says that he cant breathe. A man puts his vest on a wounded man and puts two dead men on top of him to protect him as he leaves to find another wounded man in the jungle. A soldiers body is prepared before being returned home and we see a bloody bullet hole in his head, a bandage is placed over it and his hands and feet are washed. A tarp is lifted to reveal a dead mans bloody arm and watch. ►  A reference is made to a battle being the “bloodiest day of the war. ” People talk about 34 men dying in one day in an ambush. We see the Vietnam memorial with lists of the names of the many people that died in the war. A man says that he is a Palliative Nurse and helps dying people deal with the end of their lives. A man tells another man, “You have blood on your hands. ” A man talks about the many letters he wrote to parents and sweethearts of the young men under his command that died in Vietnam. A man says that after returning home from war he went to a bar that had a sign posted that read, “No dogs or baby killers. ” A man describes a bar fight where there was “blood, teeth and peanut shells” left on the floor. A woman describes a man having PTS, OCD and hallucinations that make it impossible for him to sleep at night. A man talks about performing a “Post Traumatic Exorcism. ” A man talks about another man having “a bullet in his head still. ” A man says that a mission used ground troops as “live bait. ” A man asks another man, “Did you grow a conscience? ” A man chokes up when he talks about having just unpacked a duffel full of things from his service in Vietnam; he leaves his Purple Heart medal on a table after admitting that he couldnt deliver a letter to a dead friends girlfriend after returning home. A man stands in a cemetery and leans on a marker grieving. A man describes thinking that he saw an angel when a man was lowered down from a helicopter in the jungle during a firefight. A man talks about his father leaving him and his mother when he was 5 years old and that he put his hand in the car door as his father closed it to injure himself and hope that his father would stay to take care of him (he did not. A man refers to partisan backstabbing. A man yells on a riverbank while looking for another man and is startled when the other man calls out to him from a ledge above. A young boy yells at a video game he plays in the backseat of a car. A husband and his wife talk about her going to have an amniocentesis test while pregnant. ►  A man holds a dying hare and twists its neck to kill it (we hear a crunch. A man shoots a gun into the air while talking to another man to prove that it is loaded. Several men shoot targets in a field (barrels and cars. A man throws another mans mini recorder into a river. A man startles another man thats asleep in a car. ►  A man vomits toward the camera (we see goo and hear retching) after seeing a dead man with his intestines out of his abdominal cavity. A man lifts his shirt to reveal five healed bullet wounds in his back. A man stands at a urinal and we hear a trickle, as another man who stands in the stall next to him reaches out to shake his hand. The Last Full Measure LANGUAGE 6 – About 9 F-words, 4 “FNG” (acronym for [F-word deleted] New Guy) 2 sexual references, 16 scatological terms, 5 anatomical terms, 17 mild obscenities, 1 derogatory terms for Vietnamese people, name-calling (fur ball, poor slug, hopeless, hotshot, cheating, womanizer, predator, coward, Mad Maddy Holt) 11 religious profanities (GD) 9 religious exclamations (e. g. Jesus, Christ, God, Oh God No, Oh Jesus, I Wish To God, Holy [scatological term deleted] For Christs Sake. profanity glossary, The Last Full Measure SUBSTANCE USE – A man injects a badly wounded soldier with a pain reliever in the jungle, a man is shown in a hospital with IV lines in his arm, and a man wears a drug-dispensing unit that dings when it is time to administer his medication. People drink wine with a meal. A man smokes cigarettes in several scenes. The Last Full Measure DISCUSSION TOPICS – The Vietnam War, death of a child, death of a child in war, bravery, war, purpose, honor, valor, parental pride, grief, guilt, values, duty, commitment, mission, honesty, trust, aging, cancer, sacrifice, justice, US Air Force Para Rescue, the Congressional Medal of Honor, PTSD, OCD. The Last Full Measure MESSAGE – Many stories of bravery and valor have gone unrecognized due to bureaucratic inertia and apathy. 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ALTHOUGH THE INFORMATION PROVIDED TO YOU ON THE SITE AND IN THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM IS OBTAINED OR COMPILED FROM SOURCES WE BELIEVE TO BE RELIABLE, CINEMARK CANNOT AND DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY, TIMELINESS OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY INFORMATION OR DATA MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NO POINTS MAY BE REDEEMED UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN CREDITED TO THE MEMBER'S ACCOUNT. POINTS AND REWARDS HAVE A VALUE OF ONE 100 TH  OF ONE CENT, CANNOT BE CONVERTED INTO ANY CURRENCY, AND MAY BE CANCELED AT ANY TIME. SPECIFIC REWARDS MAY EXPIRE UNDER THE TERMS OF THE PROMOTIONAL PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED BY EACH PARTICIPATING CINEMARK LOCATION. Transactions upon which points are earned or redeemed and all Rewards are subject to all applicable legal rules and the terms and conditions set by the participating Cinemark locations, the Site, and third party websites accessed by a link in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program page. CINEMARK CANNOT AND DOES NOT GUARANTEE CONTINUOUS, UNINTERRUPTED OR SECURE ACCESS TO THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM. 4. 2 No Warranty:  THE SITE AND THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM, INCLUDING ALL CONTENT, SOFTWARE, FUNCTIONS, MATERIALS, MERCHANDISE, AND INFORMATION MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU OR ACCESSED BY YOU, IS PROVIDED "AS IS. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE BY LAW, CINEMARK MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER FOR THE CONTENT OF THE SITE, THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM, OR THE MATERIALS, INFORMATION, OR FUNCTIONS MADE ACCESSIBLE. CINEMARK ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY WHATSOEVER AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE USE OF THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE CONTENT AND ANY ERRORS CONTAINED THEREIN. CINEMARK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY FAILURE OF THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM ARISING OR RESULTING FROM ACTS OR EVENTS BEYOND THE CONTROL OF CINEMARK. 4. 3 Limitations of Liability:  UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CINEMARK HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY FOR ANY EXPENSE, LOSS, COST, INJURY, DAMAGE, DELAY, ACCIDENT OR ANY OTHER MATTER OR THING WHATSOEVER (COLLECTIVELY, COSTS. HOWEVER SUFFERED OR CAUSED (INCLUDING COMPENSATORY, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OR DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF INCOME OR PROFITS) DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO (I) THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM OR YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM; II) ANY FAILURE, DELAY OR DECISION BY US IN ADMINISTERING MOVIE REWARDS OR AMENDING THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OR THE BASIS ON WHICH YOU CAN REDEEM POINTS; III) UNAUTHORIZED USE OF YOUR ACCOUNT OR USER ID; IV) ANY PRODUCT, SERVICE, OFFER, REPRESENTATION, STATEMENT OR CLAIM ABOUT THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM MADE BY A PARTICIPATING CINEMARK LOCATION OR ANY OF THEIR EMPLOYEES, OR ANY OTHER PERSON; V) THE PURCHASE, REDEMPTION FOR OR USE OF ANY GOODS OR SERVICES OF PARTICIPATING CINEMARK LOCATIONS; OR (VI) YOUR USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THE SITE OR THE MERCHANDISE. THIS APPLIES EVEN IF WE OR OUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH COSTS. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages. In such jurisdictions, our liability is limited to the greatest extent permitted by law, or 20, whichever is less. 4. 4 Indemnification:  You agree to indemnify and hold Cinemark harmless from and against any and all liabilities and costs incurred in connection with any claim directly or indirectly arising out of or related to, any breach by you of these Terms and Conditions, including without limitation, attorneys fees and costs. Cinemark reserves the right, at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you. You further agree to cooperate as requested by Cinemark in the defense of any claim. You shall not in any event settle any claim without the written consent of Cinemark. 4. 5 Member Obligations; Prohibited Actions:  You agree that you will not, and will not permit others to: i) Provide any unauthorized third party with access to the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or any information, data, text, links, images, software, chat, communications and other content available through the Internet and proprietary to Cinemark (collectively, Content" by any means; ii) Modify, reverse engineer, reverse assemble decompile, reduce to human perceivable form or create derivative works based on the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or any of the software applications used by you in connection with your use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; iii) Engage in any activity that does not comply with U. S. law or other applicable law and regulations (including federal, state and local laws and regulations and regulations of regulatory or administrative organizations) or otherwise engage in any illegal, manipulative or misleading activity through the use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; iv) Disable any licensing or control features of the Site; v) Introduce into the Site or into the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program any virus or other code or routine intended to disrupt the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, alter or delete its Content, access confidential Content on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, retrieve or record information about the Site or its users, or interfere with the operation of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, including, but not limited to, distribution of unsolicited advertising or mail messages and propagation of computer worms and viruses; vi) Merge the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program with another program or create derivative works based on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; vii) Post any material in any form whatsoever on the Site or within the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program that is defamatory, obscene or otherwise unlawful or violates any third party's right of privacy or publicity; viii) Sublicense, assign, translate, rent, lease, lend, resell for profit, distribute or otherwise assign or transfer the content of or access to the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program to others; viii) Infringe any third party's patent, copyright, service mark, trademark or other intellectual property right of any kind or misappropriate the trade secrets of any third party in connection with your use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, or remove, obscure, or alter any notice of the copyright or other proprietary legends on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; or (ix) Otherwise act in a fraudulent, illegal, malicious or negligent manner when using the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. Except as expressly provided herein, Cinemark reserves all rights with respect to the Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, and may pursue all legally available options under both civil and criminal laws (and may cooperate with law enforcement agencies) in the event of any violations. You recognize the great value of the goodwill associated with the Site and with the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program and acknowledge that the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program and all rights therein and goodwill pertaining thereto belong exclusively to Cinemark. You further agree that it is critical that such goodwill be protected and enhanced and, toward this end, you shall not during the term of your membership in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or thereafter: i) Attack the title or any rights of Cinemark in or to the copyrights, trademark, and other intellectual property in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; ii) Do anything either by an act of omission or commission which might impair, violate or infringe the copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; iii) Claim (adversely to Cinemark or anyone claiming rights through Cinemark) any right, title or interest in or to the copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; iv) Misuse or harm the copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property in the Site or Movie Rewards or bring the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program into disrepute; v) For its benefit, directly or indirectly, register or apply for registration of Cinemarks trademarks or any mark which is, in Cinemarks reasonable opinion, the same as or confusingly similar to any of Cinemarks trademarks; and/or (vi) For its benefit, directly or indirectly, register, maintain or apply for registration of a domain name which is, in Cinemarks reasonable opinion, the same as, confusingly similar to or incorporates any of the Cinemarks trademarks. 4. 6 Copyright; Trademarks:  Cinemark, or the applicable third party owner, retains all right, title and interest to and under all patents (including all reissues, divisions, continuations and extensions of such patents) patent applications, trademarks, trademark registrations service marks, trademark registration applications, trade names, domain names, all other names and slogans embodying business, product or service goodwill, copyrights, computer software, specifications, data, designs, trade secrets, technology, diagnostic tools, inventions, know-how, processes and confidential and proprietary information and any other intellectual property or other right, in all information and content (including all text, data, graphics, and logos) on the Site and the Movie Rewards Page. Except as provided in these Terms and Conditions, you are strictly prohibited from modifying, copying, transmitting, distributing displaying, performing, reproducing, publishing, licensing, framing, creating derivative works from, transferring or otherwise using in any other way for commercial or public purposes, in whole or in part, any information, text graphics, images, video clips, directors, databases, listing or software obtained from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page without the prior written consent of Cinemark. Systematic retrieval of content from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page to create or compile, directly or indirectly, a collection, compilation, database or directory (whether through robots, spiders, automatic devices or manual processes) or creating links to the Site or the Movie Rewards Page without written permission from Cinemark is strictly prohibited. Nothing on the Site or the Movie Rewards Page shall be interpreted as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right to use any image, trademark, logo or service mark on the Site or the Movie Rewards Page. Unless otherwise specified, the Site and the Movie Rewards Page are for your personal and non-commercial use only and you may print, copy and download any information or portion of the Site or the Movie Rewards Page for your personal use only. Copying or downloading material from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page does not transfer title to any material on the Site or the Movie Rewards Page to you. If you copy or download any information or software from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page, you agree that you will not remove or obscure any copyright or other notices or legends contained in any such information. You are prohibited from using any marks for any purpose, including, but not limited to, use in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of materials on the Site or use as metatags on other pages or sites on the World Wide Web without the written permission of Cinemark or such third party, which may own the marks. You are not authorized to use our logo as a hyperlink to the Site unless you obtain Cinemarks written permission in advance, although we permit you to use our logo as a hyperlink to certain designated features of the Site for designated purposes. You agree to grant Cinemark an irrevocable, non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable, transferable license to use, copy, display, distribute, perform, transmit, publish, broadcast, and prepare derivative works upon, anything transmitted to the Site or the Movie Rewards Page by you. Cinemark reserves all rights to copyright and trademark ownership of its material at the Movie Rewards Page and will enforce such rights to the full extent of the law. 4. 7 Social Media Features:  The Site, including the Movie Rewards Page, may provide certain social media features that enable you to: Link certain content on the Site to certain third-party websites. Send emails or other communications with certain content, or links to certain content, on the Site. Cause limited portions of content on the site to be displayed or appear to be displayed on your own or certain third-party websites. You may use these features solely as they are provided by us, solely with respect to the content they are displayed with, and otherwise in accordance with any additional terms and conditions we may provide with respect to such features. You agree to cooperate with us in causing any unauthorized framing or linking to cease immediately. We reserve the right to withdraw without notice any linking permission. We may disable all or any social media features and any links at any time, without notice, in our discretion. 4. 8 Privacy; Collection and Use of Certain Information:  These Terms and Conditions incorporate our  Privacy Policy. 4. 9 Passwords:  When this Agreement has been accepted and agreed to by you, the password that you create will soon be activated and enable you to access your Account. Passwords may not be shared or used by more than one individual. Any transfer of passwords to, or use of passwords by, an unauthorized person is strictly prohibited. You will maintain the confidentiality of the User IDs and passwords by which you access the Site, and will allow access to the Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program only by authorized persons, and not by any program, expert system, electronic agent, bot" or other automated means. You acknowledge that neither Cinemark nor any third party will contact you to solicit your User ID, or password. Therefore, you should not provide your User ID or password to any person whom you do not authorize to use your Account. Any use of your assigned user IDs or passwords will be deemed to be your use. Remember to choose a strong password, including numbers, capital letters, special characters, etc., and one that is not typically found in a dictionary. You may never use someone elses account, username or password without permission. When creating your Account, you must provide accurate and complete information. In the event your password is lost or stolen it is your responsibility to notify Cinemark as provided in the  Contact Us  section.  YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF YOUR PASSWORD AND ACCOUNT, AND YOU AGREE THAT YOU ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ACTIVITIES THAT OCCUR UNDER YOUR PASSWORD OR ACCOUNT, AND THAT CINEMARK HAS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY ACTIVITIES THAT OCCUR UNDER YOUR PASSWORD OR ACCOUNT. If you become aware of any breach of security through your Account, you must immediately change your password and notify us of such breach. You agree that, unless you have first notified us immediately of any such breach, we should assume that any instruction transmitted using your User ID and password is yours and has been authorized by you, and we will have no obligation to inquire into the propriety of such instruction. You will not permit any use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program that would damage, interfere with or unreasonably overload the Site and/or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. 4. 10 Exclusions and Limitations; Consumer Protection Notice:   If you are a consumer, the provisions in this Agreement are intended to be only as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of your State of residence.  If you are a New Jersey consumer, the terms of the provisions relating to third-party links herein do not limit or waive your rights as a consumer under New Jersey law and the provisions in these Terms and Conditions are intended to be only as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the State of New Jersey.  In any event, Cinemark reserves all rights, defenses and permissible limitations under the law of your State of residence. 4. 11 Shipping of Rewards and Site Purchases:  Cinemark (or its vendor) will only ship to addresses located in the United States. We do not ship to P. O. Boxes. When you redeem the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points for physical rewards, or make purchases on the Site for gift cards, Supersavers, or merchandise, you must provide a valid mailing address for shipment. It is your obligation to provide full shipping information at the time of redemption of points for or purchase of a physical item in order to receive the item.  Failure to do so may result in the loss of the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points and/or the physical Reward for which the points were redeemed. Cinemark will not use the address provided for any marketing purposes. 4. 12 Payments and Refunds of Site Purchases:  In using the Site, you agree to pay the amounts owed to Cinemark via Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards only.  At this time, we are not accepting any other method of payment. If you purchase tickets on the Site with a registered account you can receive a refund at for the purchase price of the ticket (excluding any service charge) up to two hours prior to the start of the showtime. In the rare situations when a show is cancelled, you will be entitled to a refund for the full purchase price of your tickets, including any service charges. At the theatre, a full refund can be given up to the start time of the showtime.  In these situations please notify our guest services department at Contact Us  and include the theatre, movie, showtime, email address and your confirmation number. Please refer to the  FAQ page  at for further details regarding the refund procedures. 4. 13 Links:  Although Cinemark controls a few hyperlinks in the Site, some links within the Site may lead to third-party sites. In addition, some Rewards can be claimed through links provided by movie studios or other third parties, which links Cinemark may pass through to you.  Cinemark includes these third-party links solely as a convenience to you. The presence of a link does not imply an endorsement of the linked site, its operator, or its contents, or that Cinemark is in any way affiliated with the linked site. The Site does not incorporate any materials appearing in such linked sites by reference. Cinemark reserves the right to terminate a link to a third party web site at any time. The third party sites are not controlled by Cinemark, and may have different terms of use and privacy policies, which Cinemark encourages you to review. Cinemark has no responsibility for the content of any third party web site, and provides such links on an “AS IS” basis. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CINEMARK BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT MAY ARISE FROM YOUR USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, ANY THIRD PARTY SITE. 4. 14 Must be At Least 13 Years Old to Use the Site and at Least 16 Years Old to be a Movie Fan and Movie Club Member:  If you are at least thirteen (13) years old but not of legal age to enter agreements, you MUST have permission from your parent or guardian to use the Site and to become a member of either Movie Fan or Movie Club. Cinemark makes no active effort to collect personal information from individuals under the age of 13. You must ensure that content you provide on any website or social media platform in connection with attempting to earn the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points is acceptable for viewing by users who might not be adults. 4. 15 Controlled from the United States:  The Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program are controlled from offices within the United States. Cinemark makes no representation that content or materials in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program are appropriate or available for use in other jurisdictions. Access to the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, content, or materials from jurisdictions where such access is illegal is strictly prohibited. If you choose to access the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program from other jurisdictions, you do so at your own risk. You are always responsible for your compliance with applicable laws. THE LAWS OF TEXAS WILL GOVERN THE CONTENT AND MATERIALS CONTAINED IN THE SITE AND the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, WITHOUT GIVING EFFECT TO ANY PRINCIPLES OF CONFLICTS OF LAWS AND EXCLUDING THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS. YOU AGREE TO SUBMIT TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS OF DALLAS, TEXAS IN RELATION TO ANY CLAIM, DISPUTE, OR DIFFERENCE ARISING FROM THESE TERMS, AND YOU AGREE TO WAIVE ANY RIGHT OF REMOVAL OR TRANSFER WHETHER DUE TO FORUM NON CONVENIENS OR OTHER REASON. 4. 16 Not Authorized to do Business in Every Jurisdiction:  Cinemark is not authorized to do business in every jurisdiction. Information published on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program may contain references or cross-references to goods or services that are not available in your state or country. If you click on our International link, you can see the countries where Cinemark currently does business. There is a separate Cinemark web site for each country, which is subject to its own terms and conditions and privacy policy. 4. 17 English Language:  The official text of these Terms and Conditions or any notice provided hereunder shall be in English. In the event of any dispute concerning the construction or meaning of these Terms and Conditions, reference shall be made only to these Terms and Conditions as written in English and not in any translation into another language. 4. 18 Arbitration:  Except as prohibited by law, unless we otherwise elect, any dispute regarding these Terms and Conditions, including validity, existence, binding effect, interpretation, performance, breach or termination, and including tort claims, shall be referred to and finally determined, to the exclusion of the courts, by a single arbitrator. Disputes shall be resolved by final and binding arbitration in accordance with the JAMS Inc. Comprehensive Arbitration Rules & Procedures then in effect. There shall be no right or authority for any claims to be arbitrated on a class action basis. The arbitration shall take place in Dallas, Texas, in English or at the option of the party seeking relief, online, by telephone, online, or via written submissions alone, and be administered by JAMS.  The arbitral tribunal (“Tribunal”) shall be composed of one arbitrator, who shall be independent and impartial.  If the parties fail to agree on the arbitrator within twenty (20) calendar days after the initiation of an arbitration hereunder, JAMS shall appoint the arbitrator in accordance with the rules. The decision of the arbitrator will be final and binding on the parties.  Judgment on any award(s) rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof.  Nothing in this Section shall prevent either party from seeking immediate injunctive relief from any court of competent jurisdiction, and any such request shall not be deemed incompatible with the agreement to arbitrate or a waiver of the right to arbitrate. The parties undertake to keep confidential all awards in their arbitration, together with all confidential information, all materials in the proceedings created for the purpose of the arbitration and all other documents produced by the other party in the proceedings and not otherwise in the public domain, save and to the extent that disclosure may be required of a party by legal duty, to protect or pursue a legal right or to enforce or challenge an award in legal proceedings before a court or other judicial authority. The arbitrator shall award all fees and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees, to the prevailing party.  Any judgment rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. Members may choose to opt out of the agreement to arbitrate by mailing a written opt out notice (“Notice”) to Cinemark. The Notice must be postmarked no later than thirty (30) days after the date you accept these Terms and Conditions for the first time. The Notice must be mailed to Cinemark Corporate Headquarters located at 3900 Dallas Parkway, Plano, Texas 75093 to the attention of the Legal Department. This procedure is the only mechanism by which you can opt out of the agreement to arbitrate. Opting out of the agreement to arbitrate has no effect on any other parts of these Terms and Conditions, or any previous or future arbitration agreements that you have entered into with Cinemark. 4. 19 Entire Agreement; Severability:  These Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy, which is hereby incorporated into this Agreement by reference, constitute the entire agreement between you and us regarding your use of the Site, your participation in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, your entitlement to collect and redeem points, and your entitlement to Rewards and any other benefits of the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, and supersede all previous versions or prior agreements oral or written, and any other communications relating to the subject matter of this Agreement. Except as expressly contained in these Terms and Conditions, there are no conditions, representations, warranties, express or implied, statutory or otherwise. When you deal with us over the Internet, you consent to the formation of contractual relations through electronic communications. We are the final authority as to the interpretation of these Terms and Conditions and as to any other questions or disputes regarding the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or any Reward. All materials and any notices from us will be sent to your address as in our records; please notify us if your address changes. The Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, all rules and Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of Texas. If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining Terms and Conditions. Use of Movie Club 5. 1 Program Overview.  Enrollment in the Movie Club program is on the basis of a monthly membership fee (“Membership Fee”) as stated on our Movie Rewards page.  An active Movie Club member (“Movie Club Member”) will receive one credit (“Credit”) per month valid for one regular 2D movie ticket.  Additionally, Movie Club Members will also receive special members-only discounts on concessions at participating theaters. When you enroll in Movie Club you will receive a monthly credit redeemable for one (1) regular 2D movie ticket at participating Cinemark theatres (and except in certain Cinemark theatres where an upcharge may be added) and will be able to access members-only pricing on tickets and concessions. Movie Club Members are automatically enrolled in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. As such, Movie Club Members are subject to the Terms and Conditions set forth in Sections 3 and 4 above. In addition, the following Terms and Conditions apply.  If there is a conflict between any terms in Sections 3 and 4 and this Section 5, the terms of this Section 5 shall control. 5. 2 Enrollment, Renewal, and Cancellation.  Purchase is required for enrollment in Movie Club.   Movie Club Members must be enrolled in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program (however, enrollment in Movie Fan does not require enrollment in Movie Club and there is no purchase required for enrollment as a Movie Fan member.   The Membership Fee may vary based on zip code and may or may not include applicable taxes.  The Membership Fee and terms of enrollment will not be changed during the course of the membership month.  However, Cinemark reserves the right to change the Membership Fee and terms of enrollment at the time of monthly renewal.  If the Membership Fee and terms of enrollment are changed, Cinemark will send an e-mail notification to Movie Club Members prior to renewal with instructions for termination of the Movie Club account (“Movie Club Account”. Renewal of the Movie Club membership is automatic.  Cinemark will charge the credit card on record for the Membership Fee, typically on the 30 th  day of the billing cycle for automatic renewal.   Unless the Membership Fee has changed, Cinemark will not send any e-mail notification prior to charging the credit card for a renewal.  The exact date for the next monthly billing will be displayed in the profile page of the Movie Club Account. The Subscription Member is responsible for keeping the credit card information updated on the Movie Club Account.  If the credit card on record cannot be charged, the Movie Club Account will be cancelled and Cinemark will send an e-mail to the Subscription Member notifying the cancellation of the Movie Club Account effective as of the date of renewal. A Movie Club Account is active and available for use immediately upon receipt of the confirmation email acknowledging creation of a Movie Club Account.  Enrollment is limited to one Movie Club Account per Movie Club Member per email address.  Cinemark requires that Movie Club Members be at least sixteen (16) years of age. There is no required minimum enrollment period. Movie Club Members may cancel membership at any time through the profile management page. The cancellation will be effective from the billing cycle following the effective date of cancellation.  The Membership Fee cannot be refunded.   All unused Credits remaining in the Movie Club Account expire six (6) months from the date of cancellation. 5. 3 Use of Credits.  Movie Club Members will receive one (1) Credit valid for one (1) regular 2D movie ticket during each month of membership.  Except in certain theatres where an upcharge may be added, each Credit may be redeemed for one (1) regular 2D movie ticket or the Membership Fee paid for the Credit, whichever is higher.  The Credit can be used to book tickets at any participating Cinemark theatre.  Credits may be redeemed only for regular 2D tickets; upcharges will apply for any non-2D or premium format tickets. Unused credits (“Rollover Credits”) rollover into the following month. Rollover Credits continue to rollover and may be used indefinitely in an active Movie Club Account.  If a Movie Club Account is cancelled, all Rollover Credits expire six (6) months from the date of cancellation. Credits may not be partially used; the entire Credit is to be used on booking one ticket.  Tickets booked with a Credit are transferrable and may be used by anyone. However, Credits may not be transferred and are only redeemable by the Movie Club Member who received the Credit in his/her Movie Club Account. A Movie Club Member can use any number of available Credits in a single transaction.  All outstanding Credits must be used prior to receiving the Membership Fee price on additional tickets.  However, the number of transactions on a Movie Club Account is limited to three (3) per day.  All tickets purchased after the third transaction will be at the non-discounted price but service fees will be waived for all transactions.  There are no limitations on number of transactions for the concessions discount. If Credits are used to purchase tickets but the Member is unable to make the showtime, we will refund the Credit(s) not cash value) to the Members Movie Club Account. The Member is not entitled to receive the cash value of any refunded tickets. A Credit is not a Gift Card and is not redeemable for cash; it may not be used for any transaction except the booking of one (1) regular 2D movie ticket. Credits cannot be refunded. However, tickets booked using the Credit may be exchanged for a new ticket. 5. 4 Member Discount; Purchase Process.  Subscription Members will receive a 20% discount towards the purchase of all concessions, except on alcoholic beverages, dairy, etc. wherever prohibited by state law. One companion ticket can be purchased at the then current Membership Fee price for each transaction in which a Credit is applied (regardless of how many Credits are applied in the transaction.   If a Credit is not available to be applied (i. e., after all Credits have been exhausted) a Member may purchase two tickets at the then current Membership Fee price per transaction. Members must present their User ID, or a print-out or email associated with their Movie Club Account to book a ticket at the point of sale.  Members may book tickets online and will receive a confirmation number as with an ordinary purchase. Tickets booked using a Credit or member discount cannot be purchased at a Kiosk. 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LOL I thought we had already reached rock bottom but clearly I was mistaken. Oh pls with this bs. 1 1 Posted by 2 days ago DOWNLOAD LINK: Last Full Measure 2019 BDRip x264-GETiT comment 100% Upvoted Log in or sign up to leave a comment log in sign up Sort by no comments yet Be the first to share what you think! u/recreativa195 Karma 9 Cake day November 17, 2019 help Reddit App Reddit coins Reddit premium Reddit gifts Communities Top Posts Topics about careers press advertise blog Terms Content policy Privacy policy Mod policy Reddit Inc 2020. All rights reserved. James bond 🙏. 18:50 what happens in the submarines stay in the submarines. Watch Full Length Era mio figlia. Average rating 4. 24 14, 315 ratings 360 reviews, Start your review of The Last Full Measure (The Civil War Trilogy, 3) Of the three books Gods and Generals, The Killer Angels and The Last Full Measure - The Last Full Measure was, for me, the most painful. In this book the reader is introduced to Ulysses S. Grant and discovers the metal of the man. General Robert E. Lee continues to be the stalwart leader of the southern army. The reader comes to understand the passion of these men as well as the Union commander Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain who came away from Gettysburg a hero. Chamberlain is the only one of these... “If God is watching us, what judgement does he make now? ” With the completion of “The Last Full Measure”, I have read every novel that Mr. Shaara has written (to date) about the American Civil War. Oddly enough, even though this text was written second out of his six books about the Civil War, the writing might be the best of the group. Less stilted, and ponderous as some of the others could be at times. Mr. Shaara is at this best when writing about battle. He puts you there in a vivid and very... “Ordinary people caught up in extraordinary times. ” When the armies of the North and the South walked away from the Battle of Gettysburg in July of 1863, the victor was clear, but you wouldn't have known by the casualty numbers alone. 50, 000 men had been killed, wounded, or captured over those three days, roughly an equal loss for each side. Michael Shaara (Jeff's father) wrote about this battle in his book, The Killer Angels, and I had wondered why he chose that point in time to focus a... The third and last book of this trilogy and the one I liked less. There are, of course, some of the good elements of the other two books, the descriptions of the battles are good enough and there is a lot of effort from the author to show the human side of the protagonists, but it also has several weaknesses. The author chooses to deal more with these battles of the last year of the American Civil War and because there are so many there is not so much room for the characters and their feelings... "The Last Full Measure" is the final book in the Civil War trilogy by the Shaaras. Michael Shaara, the father, started it all when he wrote wrote the Pulitzer-Prize winning "The Killer Angels" about the battle at Gettysburg. He passed away before he could write more. His son Jeff then wrote about events leading up to Gettysburg and next what followed after Gettysburg. Is "The Last Full Measure" as good as "The Killer Angels" Not quite, but perhaps that's not even a fair question. "The Killer... This is how the majority of the characters talk in this book: There are. a lot. of periods. in between. words. I read the first 150-200 pages or so of this with such gusto! It wasn't as good as "The Killer Angels. obviously, but it was perfectly readable and exciting. Then things got sluggish. Chapter after chapter where absolutely nothing of importance or interest happenned. A battle was fought. Generals muse on death and destruction. Chamberlain is non-existent; there is... The Last Full Measure takes its title from words in Lincoln indescribable Gettysburg Address: “It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us-that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion-that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died... I still enjoyed the historical information but I did not care for his writing style- it lacks the flair for writing in comparison to his father's book. He overuses phrases of his own making that often confuse the reader left not knowing who he is talking about or who is doing the talking. Sometimes the pace flows and keeps the reader interested, and other times it lags on and on to the point of frustration. He tries to describe the feelings of the characters when he couldn't possibly know what... *sighs* honestly, I t like this book. Its great, and I love the Killer Angels, the one written by Michael Shaara. But something about his son, who wrote this book, just manages to drive me crazy, and Im not sure why. This book is too long to scream through. XD Picking up shortly after the events of Gettysburg depicted in The Killer Angels, this novel takes us all the way through the rest of the Civil War, concentrating mostly on the battles in the East, the grand struggle between the newly promoted and positioned US Grant and the steady Robert E. Lee. Indeed, most of the book alters perspectives between the two leaders as well as presenting the viewpoint of Joshua Chamberlain, unlikely hero of Gettysburg and a man who had a Forest Gump-like ability to... A fitting conclusion to an excellent Civil War trilogy. While Jeff Shaara isn't quite as good a writer as his father Michael ( Killer Angels. he still does a great job of capturing the look and feel of the scenes and characters. Shaara's portrayal of General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain is particularly compelling. Few moments in American history are as tragic or as poignant as the surrender at Appomattox Court House and the events leading up to it, and Shaara tells that story masterfully. Great... This work suffers from the same flaws as God and Generals. Shaara simply fails to reproduce the genius of his father. The only book in this trilogy that needs to be read is Michael Shaara's original "The Killer Angels. " Enjoyed rereading this one to prepare for our trip to Virginia and Washington DC in October The predecessor of this book (The Killer Angels) far surpasses The Last Full Measure in most ways - tightness of storyline, style, prose, illustration and delivery of key facts - but, nevertheless, I enjoyed Jeff Shaara's game attempt to conclude the Civil War story in his father's image. As a "foreigner" I don't have the inculcated knowledge of the War that US students undoubtedly absorb from their earliest school years, so I found the book very helpful in establishing the timeline of events... I read about half of this book, then set it down to read something else, and then another something else, and then another, etc. The first half was interesting, and I had read the first two books of the trilogy ( Killer Angels" and "Gods and Generals. so I wanted to finish it. Three years later, I have. And am I glad I did. The last third or so of the book was a detailed account of the last weeks and days of the Army of the Potomac (Grant) vs. the Army of Virginia (Robert E. Lee. Shaara... Shaara does a great job in pulling the reader into the conflict as each battle plays out. The growing desperation of the South, as its supplies give out and its numbers dwindle, the growing confidence of the North, which iswell supplied and with an almost unending supply of men. Each is vividly drawn. The same descriptions could be used for its leaders. Lee has to watch while his men go hungry, dressed practically in rags, and wonder when enough will be enough. Grant has the full force of the... Excellent finish to a remarkable trilogy. Anyone who has a passing knowledge of the Civil War needs to read this set of books. It is an exciting and well told story which will certainly lead me to reading more about this period in US history. Start with Killer Angels. Gods and Generals was good and The Last Full Measure was an amazing way to bring it to the end. This was the final book in Jeff Shaara 's Civil War Trilogy. I read it slowly and thoughtfully and came away from the experience actually feeling heartbreak and sadness for Robert E. Lee and his men. This is what makes Shaara's storytelling so unique: Through the entire series he never "took a side" he told the story of the Civil War through the eyes of the men that lived it, introduced you to their family and friends and made each soldier a human being that you felt you knew. I was sorry to... This classic trilogy was enjoyable and satisfying to read. Gods and Generals: 4. 5 Killer Angels: 5. 0 The Last Full Measure: 4. 0 This is a more than satisfying conclusion to the Shaara family Civil War Trilogy that chronologically begins with Jeff's "Gods and Generals" and continued with his late father Michael's masterful account of Gettysburg in the "Killer Angels. While the previous books focused on four narrators each, this third book by Jeff Shaara drops the count down to three, and for the most part two. If there is a flaw to this book, it is that we are not given enough of the fascinating and admirable Joshua... Jeff Shaara completes the Civil War three-book sandwich he and his father wrote, wrapping up the tales from the bloodiest war in which the United States had been involved up to that point. Shaara's storytelling takes the reader inside the lines of troops, generals, battle plans, and even strategies to defeat the other side. He illustrates the progress of both sides by personalising the story, using characters on both sides of the fighting to bring a more complete and in-depth analysis and... This book was good but brutal. So much fighting and sadness. The civil war was an awful time period. I did like reading about both sides and the positive and negatives that both sides had. A good read if you really want to know everything about every battle in the civil war. Favorite quotes. pg 505- “you just go about your work and your duty with absolute honesty, you fight for something you believe in without any other motive. Lee simply did not believe he was ever wrong, or would ever lose... I loved Michael Shaara's book about Gettysburg, The Killer Angels, and so it was with a lot of anticipation (and a bit of anxiety) that I started reading his son Jeff's companion volumes. Overall, I don't like them. I wish I did. I want to, very much. But I keep finding them overwritten, too much telling, not enough showing, and sometimes so sprawling and incoherent that I, someone who has studied the Civil War in detail and knows a fair amount about it, have trouble keeping track of who is... Just arrived from USA trough BM. Even if I haven't read his father's book The Killer Angels, I was able to follow this magnificent epic based on the American Civil War. General Lee's surrender to General Grant was very touching and very well described by the author. His American Revolutionary War (1770-1783) series is also memorable and unforgettable. Like his father before him with Killer Angels, Jeff Shaara weaves a masterful portrait focusing on Lee, Grant and Chamberlain in the closing days of the war. The battles are detailed and precise; the men are real and fascinating. Highly recommended for both civil war buffs & historical fiction fans. Interesting account of the leaders during the second half of the American Civil War. A little dry, but I enjoyed it, both from the presentation of the characters and the historical information. Recommended. In the Pulitzer prize-winning classic The Killer Angels, Michael Shaara created the finest Civil War novel of our time, an enduring bestseller that has sold more than two million copies. In the bestselling Gods and Generals, Shaara's son, Jeff, brilliantly sustained his father's vision, telling the epic story of the events culminating in the Battle of Gettysburg. Now, Jeff Shaara brings this legendary father-son trilogy to its stunning conclusion in a novel that brings to life the final two... A worthy conclusion to the shaara trilogy that for the first time focuses on the persona of Grant and his stature compared to the other (primarily confederate) generals. What separates 2 armies between each other on the battlefield is truly the men leading them, with generals as the heroes celebrated throughout time. Very interesting as in this book having been written in 1998 is the first to address the changing nature of war itself - with the US civil war as really the first "modern" one that... In 1976 Michael Shaara wrote The Killer Angels (1976. His son, Jeff, became an equally adept military novelist, adding two additional Civil War novels to complete the Civil War Trilogy: Gods and Generals (1996)—“first” in the Trilogy—and The Last Full Measure (1998. Jeff Shaara has also written several other novels of the Civil War, as well as a number of WWII histories. His style is different from his fathers: the story is told more from the viewpoint of an outside observer, less from the... Well, it was pleasing to bring this trilogy to a close. Anyone who questions whether Jeff Shaara can truly carry on his father's legacy is foolish- he certainly can. The main difference, as far as I can tell, is that Killer Angels is so amazing because of how it brings to life so many different characters in such a unique way to tell the story of Gettysburg. I think, in The Last Full Measure, Jeff Shaara writes some of the best passages and chapters of the whole trilogy. In doing so, he does...

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Watch The Last Full Measure (2020) Full Movie Online In Reddit For Free Airman William H. Pitsenbarger Jr. is awarded the Medal of Honor for his service and actions on the battlefield. Initial release: October 19, 2019 (Westhampton Beach) Director: Todd Robinson Screenplay: Todd Robinson Music composed by: Philip Klein Producers: Julian Adams, Mark Damon, Pen Densham. 1:21 the black Frank Reynolds.

A film with inspiring stories of courage, heroism, and resilience that compensate for a flawed narrative framework. Overall B- William Pitsenbarger was a pararescueman during the Vietnam War, and although he died during the conflict, he is being considered for the Medal of Honor. Now it's down to Scott Huffman at the Pentagon to find out the truth of what happened over thirty years ago on the other side of the world... Release date January 24, 2020 Violence D+ Sexual Content A Profanity D Substance Use B Why is The Last Full Measure rated R? The MPAA rated The Last Full Measure R for war violence, and language Run Time: 110 minutes Parent Movie Review William H Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine) was a pararescueman with the US Air Force in the Vietnam War, tasked with rescuing downed pilots and providing medical treatment to troops on the front lines. On April 11, 1966, two helicopters were sent to retrieve US casualties trapped at Xa Cam My, where they had been ambushed and were under heavy fire. Noting that the units medic was wounded, Pitsenbarger insisted that he be lowered to the ground to provide immediate first aid and ensure that those who needed to be evacuated were properly secured. Before the area grew too dangerous for the choppers, the young airman sent nine men to safety, only to die under enemy fire. His valor was recognized with an Air Force Cross in 1966, but the men who witnessed his courage insisted that his sacrifice deserved a Medal of Honor. It was to be a thirty year fight. Pitsenbargers real life actions are the inspiring heart of The Last Full Measure and provide enough uplift to compensate for a narrative framework that is far less satisfying. This story is centered around Scott Huffman (Sebastian Stan) a rising civilian star at the Pentagon, known for his ability to get things done, ruthlessly, if necessary. When hes assigned to review a posthumous Medal of Honor application, he grudgingly decides to do the minimum: review the file, conduct a few interviews, tick the boxes and get back to the work that really matters. But once he dives into the lives of the men who fought in Xa Cam My, his perspective shifts. My dissatisfaction with the structure of the movie isnt with the narrative device itself. Theres nothing wrong with telling a historical story through an investigation, interviews, and flashbacks. The problem here is that director Todd Robinson has created a historically non-existent political battle that obstructs Pitsenbargers military award. Does Robinson think Huffman needs a modern antagonist to fight? Frankly, theres enough tension in the film as Huffman meets the surviving vets and becomes aware of their burdens – their pain, guilt, trauma, grief, and need to see their rescuer properly acknowledged. Thats where the heart of the movie really is, with the heroism of the young airman and the gritty endurance of the battle-scarred men he saved. Anything else just feels like a distraction. The film also has a few other flaws. The dialogue often feels canned and sometimes trite. There is a particularly painful scene where Hoffman indulges in some clumsy amateur psychology that will make some viewers wince. Parents will also be unhappy with the three dozen profanities, although they arent unexpected given the context. Also not surprising in context is the battlefield violence, some of which can be disturbing. However, violence is not inappropriate in a war movie and it is neither gratuitous nor glamorized. Despite the productions flaws, the true story of Pitsenbargers selfless heroism is enough to inspire those who see the film. In a world grown increasingly cynical, where trust in institutions is slipping, and people are increasingly isolated within their own social media bubbles, few things are more heartening than knowing a young man was willing to sacrifice himself to save the lives of strangers. Perhaps watching Pitsenbarger give the “last full measure of devotion” for his countrymen might inspire the rest of us to at least give our fellow citizens the basic measure of civility, respect, and empathy. Directed by Todd Robinson. Starring Sebastian Stan, Christopher Plummer, and Samuel L. Jackson. Running time: 110 minutes. Theatrical release January 24, 2020. Updated January 24, 2020 About author Kirsten Hawkes Kirsten Hawkes has a BA in Political Science and English and has worked in international development and medical education and marketing. Kirsten enjoys reading, watching movies, and debating politics with her husband and sometimes unwilling children. Watch the trailer for The Last Full Measure The Last Full Measure Rating & Content Info Why is The Last Full Measure rated R? The Last Full Measure is rated R by the MPAA for war violence, and language Violence: There are frequent scenes of battlefield violence including explosions that throw people in the air, people being shot and falling out of trees, and men being shot. Wounded men are shown screaming. There are frequent scenes of men with bloody wounds and there are medical scenes involving treatments of these injuries. One scene briefly shows a dead mans bloody entrails. Wounded men are dragged through the jungle. A man is shot in the head on camera. A man is shown washing his friends dead body, and putting a bandage over the bullet hole in his forehead. A man shows bullet scars on his back. A man talks about “destroying” a club and leaving blood and teeth on the floor. There is mention of possible suicide by putting a gun in ones mouth. A man fires a gun into the air. A man breaks the neck of a rabbit hes shot. A man vomits after killing an enemy in combat. Men fire guns at a shooting range. A man says that another man kills things to relieve stress. Wounded men are shot. Sexual Content:   A married couple kisses and embraces on a few occasions. Profanity: There are over three dozen swear words in the movie, including eight sexual expletives, a handful of abbreviations including a sexual expletive, 14 scatological terms, and 16 terms of deity. There is also a smattering of anatomical terms and some crude language. Alcohol / Drug Use:   A secondary character is shown smoking cigarettes. There is some minor social drinking. A medic injects wounded men with painkillers. Page last updated January 24, 2020 The Last Full Measure Parents' Guide How historically accurate is the movie? History vs Hollywood: The Last Full Measure Airman William Pitsenbarger wasnt the only casualty of Operation Abilene to receive a Medal of Honor. Sgt James W “Jim” Robinson was also posthumously recognized for his heroics in preserving the lives of his men. For more information about the Congressional Medal of Honor, check out The Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. A moment by moment description of the battle of Xa Cam My can be found here: The Washington Post: On the Perimeter of Hell Although not all Vietnam vets suffered lifelong trauma, many did. Are you aware of the after-effects of the war on the many men (and women) who served there? Why Were Vietnam War Vets Treated Poorly When They Returned? American Foreign Relations: The Vietnam War and Its Impact – American Veterans Over a Quarter-Million Vietnam War Veterans Still Have PTSD The New York Times: Combat Stress Among Veterans Is Found to Persist Since Vietnam Loved this movie? Try these books… Charlie Companys doomed participation in Operation Abilene is described in detail in George C Wilsons carefully researched book, Mud Soldiers. Journalist Philip Caputo recorded his first person experience as a marine in Vietnam in A Rumor of War. Michael Herr, a journalist on the front lines in Vietnam, published his account in Dispatches. For a doctors perspective on the war, you can turn to Ronald J Glassers 365 Days. Stationed in Japan, Glasser treated injured men who were evacuated to the military hospital where he treated their wounds and heard their stories. Situated somewhat closer to the front was Army nurse Lynda Van Devanter. Working with Christopher Morgan, DeVanter shares her experiences with wounded troops in Home Before Morning: The Story of an Army Nurse in Vietnam. If youre looking for a concise history of the entire confusing conflict, check out George Herrings Americas Longest War: The United States and Vietnam 1950-1975. In They Marched Into Sunlight, author David Maraniss combines experiences of soldiers, anti-war activists, and politicians to give a broad perspective on the conflict. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and Geoffrey C Ward have published interviews with subjects from their miniseries in The Vietnam War. Have you ever wondered how the North Vietnamese troops saw their experiences in the war? Try reading Bao Ninhs The Sorrow of War. Duong Thu Huong, a disillusioned North Vietnamese soldier, shared his experiences and loss of faith in his national Communist ideology in Novel Without a Name. Home Video Related home video titles: During World War II, a young conscientious objector refuses to fire a gun. Choosing to become a medic instead, young Desmond T Doss struggles to save his fellow servicemen in the bloody battle for Okinawa. His story is told in Hacksaw Ridge. While Pitsenbarger and other young men were dying in the jungles of Vietnam, the politicians in Washington were becoming aware that the war was unwinnable – but they kept on sending men to die. When years of papers demonstrating this are leaked to The Washington Post, owner Katharine Graham has to decide if shes going to publish what we now call the Pentagon Papers. Find out what she does in The Post.

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