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Getting Some Fun Out Of Life
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Jersey Bounce
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
All Or Nothing At All
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Nobody Wants a War
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Midway Main Theme
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
See You In China
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Morgue
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Pearl Harbour
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
What's Their Target
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Bombing Six
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Attack On Midway
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
They'll Follow You Anywhere
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Jersey Bounce
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Above the Clouds
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Still Night Submarine
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The Last Dive
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Dogfight
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This Is For the Pearl
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Abandon Ship
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Best Returns
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Midway End Titles
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
This Is It
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Getting Some Fun Out of Life
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Good Luck Sir
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
Victory Lap
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
All Or Nothing At All
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added on: 30 Apr 2020
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Hello!I would like to ask,if there is a soundtrack about the scene where the japanese carrier named Kaga is in smokes,and after a few seconds it blows up.I think i found a clip about it on the YouTube and it was named "i have to save the ship". 

Added: 8/25/2022

Midway About

The story of the Battle of Midway, and the leaders and soldiers who used their instincts, fortitude and bravery to overcome massive odds.
Gatunek: War, History, Action, Drama
Countries: China, United States of America
Released on: 5 Nov 2019     Boxoffice: $100000000


Ed SkreinLieutenant Richard 'Dick' Best
Patrick WilsonRear Admiral Edwin T. Layton
Woody HarrelsonAdmiral Chester W. Nimitz
Luke EvansCommander Wade McClusky
Mandy MooreAnne Best
Luke KleintankLieutenant Clarence Earle Dickinson
Dennis QuaidVice Admiral William 'Bull' Halsey
Aaron EckhartLieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle
Keean JohnsonChief Aviation Radioman James Murray
Nick JonasBruno Gaido
Etsushi ToyokawaAdmiral Isoroku Yamamoto
Tadanobu AsanoRear Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi
Darren CrissCommander Eugene Lindsey
Brandon SklenarGeorge 'Tex' Gay
Jake ManleyWillie West
Jun KunimuraVice Admiral Chūichi Nagumo
Nobuya ShimamotoCaptain Tomeo Kaku
Brennan BrownCommander Joseph Rochefort
Jake WeberRear Admiral Raymond Spruance
Alexander LudwigLieutenant Roy Pearce
David HewlettHusband Kimmel
Mark RolstonErnest King
Eric DavisCaptain Miles Browning
Kenny LeuZhu Xuesan
Rachael Perrell FosketDagne Layton
Peter ShinkodaCmdr. Minoru Genda
James CarpinelloWilliam Brockman
Tim BeckmannCaptain Rawlings
Sarah HalfordMarie Pearce
Cameron BrodeurSully Brown
Hiromoto IdaPrime Minister Tojo
Hiroaki ShintaniEmperor Hirohito
Russell Dennis LewisEnsigh O’Flaherty
Geoffrey BlakeJohn Ford
Mikaël CondeBill Miller
Madison RoukemaBarbara Best
Christie BrookeMillicent McClusky
Dustin GeigerPaul Crosley
Jason Lee HoyPat Rooney
Ellen DubinAdmiral King Secretary
Jason NewMarine Captain (Midway)
Dean SchallerJack MacKenzie Jr.
Jacob BlairHank Potter
Kayo YasuharaGeisha
Rudolph WallstromPetty Officer (Pacific HQ)
Matthew MacCaullStaff Officer (Nimitz)
Philip Fu-Kang WangChinese Major
Johan Strombergsson-DenoraRadioman #1 (Enterprise SC)
Nico DeCastrisRadioman #2 (Enterprise SC)
Alexandre DuboisRadar Officer (Enterprise)
Tyler Elliot BurkeRadar Officer (Enterprise)
Raphael Grosz-HarveyLt. JG (Hospital)
Trevor DanielsonTalker
Agostino Michael CiminoBuzz Davis (Sonar Tech Nautilus)
Takeshi KurokawaImperial Guardsman
Ryuta KatoJapanese Junior Officer (Yamat)
Garret SatoJapanese Officer (Prison)
Neil GirvanNavy Yard Inspector
Ellis ArchLofton Henderson
Robert CrooksMcClusky's Radioman
Sean ColbyGay's Radioman
Kasey Ryne MazakSignal Officer (Akagi)
Ryo HayashidaDeck Officer (Akagi)
Michael ChapmanHelmsman (Nautilus)
Masahiro Tanikawa Masa TaniDamage Control Officer
Ryohei ArimaJapanese Lieutenant (Kaga)
Hiro KanagawaMakigumo Captain
Ken TakikawaMakigumo Lieutenant
Leonardo BoudreauPassing Sailor
Tony ChristopherSBD Pilot (Enterprise)
Yuta TakenakaStaff Officer (Yamato)
Tatsuya ShiratoFlag Officer (Yamato)
Tyler HallWilliam 'Slim' Townsend
Kyle BougenoSmoking Sailor
David DacostaBreathless Ensign (Enterprise)
Kazuki Gonzalez-AdachiHiryu Helmsman
Reyn HalfordTorpedo Room Chief
Toyoaki Ito LeungJapanese Boy (10 YO)
Halta NonenJapanese Boy #2 (6 YO)
Adrian SpencerChief Medic (Enterprise)
James HicksEdwin Kroeger
Sebastian PigottPetty Officer #2
Simon Pelletier-GilbertYorktown Spotter
Philippe VervilleDoolittle's Bombardier
Shigeru YabutaJapanese Duck Netting Officer
Seunghwan MinZero Pilots Squadron Leader
Christopher TapiaHiryu Pointer
Sangwon JunHiryu Talker
Motoo TairaAkagi Spotter
Ana Maria LomboBallroom Singer

 

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  • If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) With all due respect to Roland Emmerich and to his fantastic Independence Day, his movies never quite reach their potential, ending up in constant disappointments. It doesn't matter if he has excellent casts or amazing VFX teams, his films' screenplays are almost always stuffed with narrative issues. Midway is simply another installment in his saga of letdowns. Without knowing the director, anyone who looks at this movie will feel instantly captivated. From the unbelievably talented cast to the impressive visuals, it has two attention-grabber ingredients, which can result in a remarkable film… only if the two pillars of any cinematic production are decent enough: story and characters. These are the main issue with Emmerich's movies. His characters are not compelling or intriguing enough, and his screenplays lack creativity and excitement (whether these are written by him or someone else). When I noticed that Midway had such an acclaimed cast and that it was about the Battle of Midway, I immediately got excited. War epics are a genre that I sincerely appreciate. However, when I checked who was "running the show", I instantly lowered my expectations. Honestly, it's exactly what I expected it to be: visually gripping, but emotionally hollow. I don't want to understate it. The CGI work in this film is jaw-dropping. The actual war is riveting with astonishing aerial sequences and powerful sound design. Even at a regular screening with the usual 7.1 Dolby surround speakers, the floor was rumbling with the explosions and the planes. This is why I think audiences will definitely enjoy this movie. Maybe not a vast majority, but surely most people will leave their theaters feeling it was good entertainment. It has a long runtime, and it's hard to get through the exposition-heavy story, but in the end, I bet the general public will appreciate the war action enough to give the whole thing a thumbs up. Nevertheless, it's still a very superficial flick. While it's very respectful to everyone who fought in the war (including the Japanese) and to the historic event on itself, it lacks emotional attachment to its characters. Dunkirk was praised by both critics and audiences all around the world, but its main criticism connects to what I just wrote. Christopher Nolan's film also didn't have any compelling characters. However, there's a big difference between these two movies. Both their marketing and their ultimate goal are distinct. Dunkirk was all about showing the actual war. It never marketed itself as a character-study or that it would even have a significant focus on some of the heroes that fought there. Nolan repeated several times: it's about the war and the war only. It's genuinely one of the best, if not the best, *pure* war film I've ever seen. When it comes to depicting the claustrophobic, unbreathable, restless, bloody, loud event that a devastating war is, Dunkirk is so realistic it can even become uncomfortable with just sitting in your chair (at least, I did in IMAX). On the other hand, Midway's marketing was about paying homage to "people who fought in the Battle of Midway". Hence the stellar cast compared to Nolan's just competent actors (with obvious exceptions like Mark Rylance or Tom Hardy). It spends most of its screentime trying to develop the actual people that helped win that battle, not with the action itself. Therefore, these characters need engaging scripts and emotionally resonant arcs. Wes Tooke delivers a screenplay packed with so much exposition that a lot of it looks clearly unrealistic. Characters discuss specific topics that don't make any sense of being in a conversation at a particular time and place. Throughout the runtime, there are dialogue sequences with the sole purpose of explicitly telling the audience what we need to know to understand the story, which ends up turning the narrative confusing, convoluted, and lacking faster pacing. It's tough to get through the non-action periods, and I can't even imagine how dull it would be without such an impeccable cast. Ed Skrein remarkably portrays Dick Best, the only character who's genuinely compelling and carries a complete, well-developed arc. Unfortunately, I didn't feel invested in any other character. Only the best movies of every year can have a numerous and talented cast while giving each and every actor an exciting role. Midway has too many characters for the story it wants to tell. In addition to this, it has to stretch its runtime because you can't get Woody Harrelson or Dennis Quaid playing secondary roles and not giving them more than just a couple of lines. As time goes by, Emmerich's storytelling structure gets needlessly more and more complicated to follow. It's yet another film added to the "wasted potential" list… Potential due to how truly magnificent the action sequences can be. It's undeniable that these are entertaining, gripping, and exciting. The dive bombers' scenes are packed with so much tension that I was getting more and more frustrated every time they missed their target, and a bomb went into the sea. I wanted them to succeed so bad, and this feeling can only be triggered by something extraordinary. Midway's war is as close to epic as it could be, but as with every other cinematic production, if its story and its characters are not up to par with the action, there are no outstanding VFX that can save a lousy screenplay. All in all, Midway is a respectful homage to the people who fought in the Battle of Midway, but it fails to deliver an engaging story with compelling characters. With more characters that what it needed, the runtime is stretched beyond its limit due to the numerous acclaimed actors who would never be in a movie if they didn't have more than a couple of lines. Roland Emmerich has to thank his VFX team for presenting the closest war action we could ever get of the famous battle. Truly epic visuals with tense and riveting aerial sequences, plus a powerful sound design, get your teeth biting the nails. Unfortunately, except for Ed Skrein's character, I didn't feel invested enough to appreciate the non-action moments due to the confusing, convoluted, and exposition-heavy narrative. It's a shame that a visually impressive film possesses such an emotionally dull story. However, I still recommend it for anyone who enjoys war epics and "based on a true story" adaptations. PS: it doesn’t hurt to research a bit about the Battle of Midway. I didn’t and I’m sort of regretting that now. Don’t make the same mistake. Going in with basic knowledge of what, how, and why it happened will only help you enjoy this movie more. Rating: C+

    2/18/2020

  • ***Just the facts, Jack*** Intelligence officer Edwin Layton (Patrick Wilson) warns that a Japanese attack is imminent, but his advice is disregarded and the Japanese use their carrier fleet to attack Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Admiral Chester Nimitz (Woody Harrelson) swiftly assumes command of the heavily weakened US Pacific Fleet. After the Doolittle air raid on Tokyo & Honshu 4.5 months later, events lead up to the Battle of Midway on June 4–7, 1942. Ed Skrein plays cocky pilot Dick Best while Dennis Quaid is on hand as carrier commander William "Bull" Halsey. "Midway" (2019) tackles the Battle of Midway and events leading up to it without throwing in a dramatic fictional story, like the love triangle of “Pearl Harbor” (2001). While I loved “Pearl Harbor” and proudly stand by it, “Midway” chooses to stick to the facts and is thrilling from beginning to end. The main cast members are all real-life figures and there’s a tribute to each at the close. This is superior to the 1976 movie because Roland Emmerich had the CGI technology to pull off the battle scenes which take place in & above the Pacific Ocean near the atoll of Midway, which is located a little over a thousand miles west of Hawaii. The flick successfully takes the viewer right into the midst of the fight on the water, in the air and under the water. It’s exciting, horrific and revelatory. The film runs almost 2 hours and 18 minutes. GRADE: A-

    2/18/2020

  • War stories are only worth retelling in film if you're doing something new and interesting with the genre. Otherwise, it's just a retread of 'Pearl Harbour' or 'Fury' or any of the dozen other thematically-empty, explosion-happy extravaganzas from the last ten years. There's a compelling, nuanced, and affecting film to be made about Midway. This is not that film. - Jake Watt Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-midway-sound-and-fury-signifying-nothing

    2/18/2020

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