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      The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial

      2023 1h 48m Drama War TRAILER for The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial: Trailer List The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial: Trailer The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial: Trailer 1:45 View more videos
      94% Tomatometer 53 Reviews 75% Audience Score 50+ Ratings At the start of a naval court-martial, Barney Greenwald (Jason Clarke), a skeptical naval lawyer, reluctantly agrees to defend Lt. Steve Maryk (Jake Lacy), a first officer of the Navy who took control of the U.S.S. CAINE from its domineering captain Lt. Philip Francis Queeg (Kiefer Sutherland) during a violent sea storm in unfriendly waters. As the trial progresses, Greenwald becomes increasingly concerned and questions if the events aboard the Caine were a true mutiny or simply the courageous acts of a group of sailors who did not trust their unstable leader. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      The final film from a master of the medium, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial serves as a gripping reminder that a single setting, a solid cast, and some sharply written dialogue is sometimes all you need.

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      Laura Babiak Observer While The Caine Mutiny is a showcase for its actors, it doesn’t put much else on display. Rated: 2/4 Oct 20, 2023 Full Review Randy Myers San Jose Mercury News It makes for a classic courtroom thriller, and comes with a zinger at the end. Rated: 3/4 Oct 11, 2023 Full Review David Fear Rolling Stone Taking a cue from the ’54 version, Friedkin films it simple, with long close-ups and stoic, pitying reaction shots. He knows when to leave something alone and let Sutherland take the wheel. He recognizes great acting when he sees it. Oct 9, 2023 Full Review Erin Free FILMINK (Australia) …a strikingly effective capstone work from a movie master. Rated: 17.5/20 May 10, 2024 Full Review Pedro Gallego Espinof The position of the camera compensates for the limited movements, always observing the characters from an angle that may change during interrogations that we can only watch while clenching our fists. [Full review in Spanish] Rated: 4/5 Jan 3, 2024 Full Review Mitchell Beaupre The Film Stage Remarkably bold in its formal and aesthetic approach, the courtroom drama is practically Bressonian in its minimalism and removal from conventional cinematic attributes. Rated: B+ Jan 1, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Francisco D Nothing like the original. Masterpieces like that should be left alone unless you find a twist. Not in this case. There is no drama, simply because there is absolutely no sympathy for the accused. We do not know him, and why should we care? There's also not much to think about in terms of leadership and loyalty in the script. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 06/16/24 Full Review Audience Member >Review of a Review: "I'm ex-Navy, and I've attended a court martial. I felt there was too much over-acting in this movie. Characters, especially the prosecuting attorney, seemed way too emotional for a military proceeding. Maybe it would've been less entertaining, but having characters act more professional and factual would have been more realistic to me." -Dan E Dear Dan E: Friedkin pulls off a compelling courtroom drama all based in 1 setting with a few good actors, a good script, and a subtle finesse of camera angles. Sorry this portrayal wasn't as stodgy or starched as your Service Dress uniform. Perhaps a live feed of courtroom TV is more to your liking than film? It's a movie. It's fiction. Unfortunately, you can't handle the half-truth! Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 06/13/24 Full Review Dan E I'm ex-Navy, and I've attended a court martial. I felt there was too much over-acting in this movie. Characters, especially the prosecuting attorney, seemed way too emotional for a military proceeding. Maybe it would've been less entertaining, but having characters act more professional and factual would have been more realistic to me. I also disagree with the ending, but won't go into details because I don't want to spoil it for anyone. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 06/03/24 Full Review Arturo C Muy entretenida, muy buenas actuaciones, buenos actores, pudo ser mejor pero es una película interesante Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 05/07/24 Full Review Darth F This movie honestly blew me away. I've been in the military over 20 years and see tons of films about military life and the United States Navy, and many are off… by a long shot. So this is not to say that there are tons of insane people walking around wearing uniforms and commanding warships, but it is to say that there is a human factor involved in absolutely everything that happens. I found that the film was very well written and extremely well acted, and even though it was in a courtroom setting, it very much felt intense and psychologically escalating. Occasionally I've heard about the Caine Mutiny, but have never actually seen anything regarding it, so I walked into this blind. There are some twists and turns, but they are well executed and I very much felt that they explored every facet that you would want them to. That is to say that the film did not feel at the end like it came from Hollywood. It almost felt as if it was something that I have seen before; on an escalated level, that was quite realistic, in the ways that mattered. If you're wanting a movie that captures real people and extraordinary circumstances, then this is a great watch. After viewing it, I really hoped that the movie would have gotten more press, given the writing and performances, especially Sutherland, but hopefully anyone seeing this will go ahead tune in and pass their own judgement. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/19/24 Full Review D F entertaining enough, cool to get so much on a very low budget, easy to shoot. it's almost like just reading a book Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/06/24 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis At the start of a naval court-martial, Barney Greenwald (Jason Clarke), a skeptical naval lawyer, reluctantly agrees to defend Lt. Steve Maryk (Jake Lacy), a first officer of the Navy who took control of the U.S.S. CAINE from its domineering captain Lt. Philip Francis Queeg (Kiefer Sutherland) during a violent sea storm in unfriendly waters. As the trial progresses, Greenwald becomes increasingly concerned and questions if the events aboard the Caine were a true mutiny or simply the courageous acts of a group of sailors who did not trust their unstable leader.
      Director
      William Friedkin
      Producer
      Annabelle Dunne, Matthew Parker
      Screenwriter
      Herman Wouk
      Distributor
      Showtime
      Production Co
      Paramount Global Content Distribution, Republic Pictures
      Genre
      Drama, War
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Oct 6, 2023
      Runtime
      1h 48m
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