I enjoyed this movie but I so wanted to enjoy it more. It was engaging but Spielberg often resorted to music-enhanced, wide-screen moments to enhance the emotion that the movie should have been able to create on its own merit.
Albert (Jeremy Irvine) convinces his parents to keep the horse and he names him Joey. Soon enough, the family falls to some financial problems as the crops in the land Joey was taught to plough get swamped by torrential rain and Ted, the father, is forced to sell Joey to the British military as World War I breaks.
It is worth watch and make sure you have some tissues ready, as you would expect it has some Tear Jerking moments.
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Tv & Film War Horse
- Release Date:
- Jan 13, 2012
- Directed By:
- Steven Spielberg
- Run Time:
- 146 minutes
- Script written by:
- Richard Curtis, Lee Hall
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