The Last Full Measure (2019) - Drama, War

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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.

IMDB: 6.6
Director: Todd Robinson
Stars: Sebastian Stan, Alison Sudol
Length: 116 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 12 out of 134 found boring (8.95%)

One-line Reviews (38)

Pretty boring bio .

The bore factor is made worse due to the 2 hour runtime.

The real accounts during the credits feel more raw and compelling than the entire movie combined.

Dreary, boring propoganda .

This film draws you in, initially, with that typical and predictable lure of "ignorant government official learns a life lesson" bit.

Great storyline and entertaining throughout the whole movie.

The heart was in the right place for the subject matter regarding this movie but I honestly found it quite boring to watch.

Overall, The Last Full Measure has its heart in the right place and some good performances from Ed Harris and Christopher Plummer but the film's execution and boring moments make this film unfortunately very forgettable.

Boring .

Compelling story re tragedy of war and of heroes .

It's a compelling story of the search for truth and redemption.

The Whole Operation Was A "Goof" so why are some folks gripping over the model of helicopter, or the strips on a uniform, or the fact that "Pits" didn't get sufficient screen time.

Production quality was decent, but writing and dialog was contrived and lacked depth.

It's incredibly boring and it's made worse by the fact that I don't care that much about Sebastian Stan's character.

However, the story is so compelling, that it overcomes these shortcomings, and we are left with an emotionally satisfying conclusion.

They recited their dialogue in a really boring manner and felt out of place with the other actors.

This film is just boring, i gave up after just over an hour.

The film is presented so blandly and poorly that it becomes incredibly boring.

It's a shame that some cynical viewers are going to slam this movie because they either don't get it (see above), or think any hopeful or patriotic is cliche.

The Last Full Measure is a boring overlong film that squanders its cast.

The real life Vets had an amazing story to tell, but the going back and forth to real events was hard to follow.

All round a VERY Moving,Gripping Movie...

Moving and worth watching .

Sadly, it is told in the most cliche way possible.

Instead, I was presented with a gripping drama and sensational film depicting a young American Air Force Service Man receiving the Medal of Honor posthumously.

Once it arrives at a place where the story begins to unfold - where most movies gain their momentum - this film remains stagnant and boring.

Entire film full of touching and intense war scene!

It was way too long and I wasn't as invested as the film thought I was.

This movie is really worth watching.

Surely this film is leading the 2021 Oscar Race right now, given the fine acting of an all-star cast, the deft plotting (packed with unpredictable twists or curve balls) and its verisimilitude.

A story for those who love an intense drama with good action and a feel good story line.

I enjoyed it.

The cinematography and editing were very bland and boring.

Its was very slow, and the moving parts were somewhat ruined by the whole movie tryin to be a tearjerker.

It's like a boring TV movie switched to cinema.

Act 1 - 5.2Act 2 - 6.2Act 3 - 6.4Movie takes place in the late 90's with flashbacks to the Vietnam WarScott Huffman is tasked with hearing stories from vets about their fellow solider Pits, who dies saving their livesFeels like a 90's made for TV movieDialogue is bad, direction is bland and the Vietnam sets look cheapIncredible cast of legendary actors in the film that do their best with the bad dialogue, sometimes rise about its limitationsPerformances are decent to bland with Stan giving a very soulless oneGood subject matter about an incredible man who saved lives when he didn't have too and died doing soWish the film approached this story betterHas moments of strong emotion and gives insight into the veterans lives and their struggles after warFilm tried to show how war affects everyone in some way or another and one man can make a differencePremise has potential but doesn't live up to its subject matterAlso Bradley Whitford coming around the corner to start his clapping is hilarious.

Entire film full of intense explosion scene and bloody shooting scene!

Writer and director Todd Robinson did a lousy job with the convoluted screenplay and the bouncing back and forth with the flashback, some duplicated, others pointless.