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Miracle at St. AnnaSet in 1944 Italy, the film tells the story of four black American soldiers who get trapped in a Tuscan village during WWII after one of them risks his life to save an Italian boy.
Actors of "Miracle at St. Anna"Michael Kenneth WilliamsBirthdate: 22 November 1966, Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USACurt LowensBirthdate: 17 November 1925, Allenstein, East Prussia, Germany [now Olsztyn, Warminsko-Mazurskie, Poland]More actors
Characters of "Miracle at St. Anna"
Directors of "Miracle at St. Anna"Spike LeeBirthdate: 20 March 1957, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Creators of "Miracle at St. Anna"James McBrideBirthdate: 11 September 1957, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Miracle at St. Anna"Film.comNovember 10, 2008
Lee is a filmmaker who, through talent, accomplishment, and a constant working of the refs in the Hollywood system, has earned autonomy over his films. I'm all for artistic freedom, but here he could have used a bit of oversight.At the MoviesNovember 07, 2008
It's impressive that a filmmaker of Lee's distinction is willing to continue to push boundaries.Christian Science MonitorSeptember 29, 2008
Clocking in at 160 minutes, this interminable movie comes across like a rough cut. Perhaps Lee believed its length would give it gravitas. The opposite is true.Wall Street JournalSeptember 26, 2008
Given the importance of that subject, the real mystery of Mr. Lee's movie is why it's so diffuse, dispirited, emotionally distanced and dramatically inert.Washington PostSeptember 26, 2008
Overwrought, overproduced, overbusy and overlong, Miracle at St. Anna finally suffers from the worst filmmaking sin of all: the failure of trust, in the story and the audience.Toronto StarSeptember 26, 2008
[Lee] resorts to many of the same hoary clichés and fantasy situations he so frequently condemns.Stop SmilingMay 17, 2016
There's barely anything in Miracle that comes across as genuine.Q Network Film DeskJune 11, 2014
Lee clearly has magical realism, fable, and historical enormity on the brain, and even though he stuffs the film with everything but the proverbial kitchen sink, his ultimate point is anyone's guessEast Bay ExpressAugust 15, 2011
At 160 minutes, it definitely suffers from Oscar Bloat.Movie TalkJune 27, 2011
Miracle makes a bid for epic status, but Lee throws in more elements - including murder mystery and supernatural fantasy - than the narrative can stand. The two big battle scenes are impressively staged, but the action in between sprawls and stumbles.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsSeptember 18, 2009
Takes too long to get to its one moving moment at the end.Washington TimesAugust 30, 2009
Spike Lee has turned in an odd hybrid of a film--a 160 minute war epic combined with a crime thriller combined with a discourse on civil rights.
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