1917 – Official Trailer [HD]

1917 – Official Trailer [HD]


Blake. Pick a man. Bring your kit. I hoped today might
be a good day. Hope is a dangerous thing. You have a brother in
the second battalion. Yes, sir. They’re walking into a trap. Your orders are to
deliver a message, calling off tomorrow
morning’s attack. If you fail, it will be a massacre. Let’s talk about
this for a minute. Why? We’ve got orders to cross here. That is the German front line. HOLD FAST! If we’re not clever about this, no one will get to your brother. I will. There is only one way this ends. Last man standing. We need to keep moving. Come on! We can’t possibly make
it that way, man. You bloody insane? If you don’t
get there in time, we will lose 1,600 men. Your brother among them. Good luck.

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  1. My grandfather, the late Jack Siegel was wounded in the Battle of the Meuse Argonne. He could never speak of the horror of that war. When asked by me, when I was only 14, he just sat and shuddered. I'll never forget that. It was 1961 more than 42 years after the war ended. He was still shaken. Grandpa received the Purple Heart for his wounds and trauma. He died at age 75 in 1970. My mom displays his Purple Heart.

  2. best battlefield 1 trailer released. jk its about time we go hard for ww1 movies cause we've only ever seen ww2 done to hell and back…

  3. For ww1 those sets look pristine. That no-mans land was very “clean” (in the trailer at least.) i’m hoping this isn’t another pg-13 ww1 but with all the nasty bits cleaned up. Just once i would like to see a realistic ww1 trench warfare film in all its gruesome horror. So i’m hoping that they just cherry picked the cleanest scenes or purposefully leaned those scenes (tv edit) for the trailer so as not to frighten away the audience.

  4. Welp, Dreamworks is at it again, gonna make another amazing historical movie. At first, First Man, now this. I'm hyped!

  5. Watching this trailer just makes me want to load up bf1. The atmosphere of the trailer and the game are so similar and I love it.

  6. It's a pity that this movie, set in WW1, won't be released on November 11, Remembrance Day for my country, (Veterans Day in the States). December is associated with Christmas, not war films

  7. War movies about actual combat are the best movies because Hollywood can't hijack the narrative with feminism, homosexuality, trans nonsense, and be taken seriously.

  8. 2:07 when your nose is running while you’re running from the president who is running for president who’s heart is racing from leaving the faucet running. 😑

  9. Always some idiot that will see all the death and destruction, and think it’s the coolest thing ever and sign up for that reason.

  10. hvorfor gjør ikke regissører som Spielberg eller Mendes en film om koreakrigen? Nolan?Det er mange filmer om verdenskrigene, men det er knapt noen filmer om Koreakrigen.🇺🇸🇬🇧🇰🇷 VS. 🇨🇳🇰🇵🇷🇺. Jun 25, 1950 – Jul 27, 1953

  11. It should be remembered that the repiglitards led by john de boner refused to let Frank Buckles lie in repose in the US Capitol because a black guy made the request. Buckles was a messenger in WWI

  12. Our people fought two fratricidal , genocidal world wars just so the Rothschild's could steal Palestine. Don't forget the Balfour declaration !

  13. The War to end all wars. The lost generation. The Great War.

    The start of something that forever changed the world. For better or worse reason that will never know.

  14. Personally, I am hyped for this movie but I want something that happened other than this made up story (forgive me if I am wrong but I’m sure that this story of finding a brother or something never happened) I want to see what happened in the trenches more than what’s happening around it because that’s where everything happened, the trenches. I bet this movie will have some trench scenes but it will shift to these guys reaching the advancing army or something in that manner. As being a WWI fanatic I want to see more of what happened other than “Yeah sure this happened but that’s boorish so we tied in a story to keep things interesting for the audience.”

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