The Eight Hundred evaluation action

2022-03-10 08:02
The idea and ambition of "The Eight Hundred" is to create a three-dimensional person. In the past, the protagonists of war films were either soldiers who faced the enemy head-on, or undercover agents who went deep into the enemy camp. However, the film started from a group of deserters. "The Eight Hundred" can be more and more popular in domestic war films, precisely because it "dare to shoot the truth of human nature, even ugly". The film broadens the dimension of our understanding of heroes. Before they sacrificed their lives, they also had ordinary, even cowardly, cowardice and struggles. The characterization of "The Eight Hundred" adopts the method of group portrait depiction. There are about 20 main characters alone, but this will also cause "I wanted to remember everyone's name at first, but it was mixed up later." Case.  
Unlike previous films of the same type, "The Eight Hundred" has no male and female protagonists, everyone is the protagonist, and everyone is a supporting role. From the title of the film, the director has set the focus on "people". People are the most important. Starting from human nature, the film not only depicts brave and fearless warriors in the war, but also depicts ordinary people who are afraid of death and war.  
War is cold and cruel, and the "quiet" in "The Eight Hundred" highlights such cold and cruelty. At the beginning of the film, the "quietness" of the north bank of the Suzhou River is outlined in a panorama of panorama. "Static" is one aspect of "The Eight Hundred", and the more important aspect is from "static" to "dynamic". It is not only the "dynamic" of war confrontation and wrestling, but also the arc of character change and growth, and the ascension of the theme spirit. process and attitude. In the tragic sound of gunfire and bayonets, the film focuses on presenting several paragraphs and sides of the war in which the "Eight Hundred Heroes" blocked the attack of the Japanese invaders. The cruelty of the war was first conveyed, and intertwined with it was the Painful sublime. As a war-type commercial film, the film faces up to the cruelty of war. At the same time, it no longer adopts the strategy of highlighting the wisdom and heroism of the individual commanding officers in previous war films, and even downplays the leadership of Xie Jinyuan. way to shape the group synergy composed of "meaningful ordinary individuals".  
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  • Lurline 2022-03-16 09:01:09

    Three-and-a-half three-stars, the river is divided into two sides, one side is watching the drama on the other side, and the other side is watching the fire, the defense of the Sixing Warehouse is a battle for spectators to "watch". The battle scene is really a breakthrough, and the actors of the southern accent and the northern tone also provided a good group show. But the director got lost in the stacking of symbols, the horse's intention was used too much, and Zhao Zilong was added...not as aura as the ostrich in "Old Pao'er". Behind the war is politics, and the perspective is bound to be limited. Of course, the perspective of the people is also lacking (only watching and awakening). The viewing effect will be better compared with the Taiwan version of "Eight Hundred Heroes".

  • Arden 2022-03-16 09:01:09

    Too tragic, too tragic, too tragic.

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