Windtalkers (2002)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, War


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Two U.S. Marines in World War II are assigned to protect Navajo Marines, who use their native language as an unbreakable radio cypher.


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18 June 2005 | rixrex
Good parts are good, bad parts really bad...
First, the bad: Nicholas Cage's over-the-top, suicidal maniac, idiotic self-pitying marine played with no subtlety at all. Peter Stormare's lousiest performance to date, he's been going downhill since the excellent work in FARGO. Perhaps that one was just luck for him, and a good script. Excessive battle scenes, so much so as to give the viewer shell-shock too. For these, a ONE.

The good: both Adam Beach and Roger Willie give solid, well-bodied performances as the Navajo code talkers. The effort to recognize the contribution of the Navajo code talkers is a very positive aspect here, and for these reasons the film deserves a NINE. I give it an average of FIVE.

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Release Date:

14 June 2002

Language

English, Navajo, Japanese


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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Budget:

$115,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$14,520,412 16 June 2002

Gross USA:

$40,914,068

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$77,628,265

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