Errol Flynn Adventures

Errol Flynn Adventures

DVD - 2010
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voisjoe1 Nov 16, 2013

4 stars for “Objective: Burma,” which perhaps one of the best WWII films shot during WWII, depicts Errol Flynn leading a group of soldiers whose quest is to destroy an important Japanese radar station located in Burma. The first half shows a battle between USA and Japanese soldiers that appears to be from a comic book, but the second half seems more realistic at least approaching some of the way towards the brutality of war as predicted in “Saving Private Ryan.” This stage of Flynn’s career shows him abandoning the costume dramas and adventure films such as “Robin Hood” and starting his career in WWII movies. Post WWII, Flynn would attempt to catch onto the film noir movement, but never caught on and as his alcoholism wracked his physical appearance. 3 stars for "Uncertain Glory" - The premise is preposterous, but if you allow yourself to believe it, this film could be quite enjoyable. It showcases the acting abilities of Paul Lukas and Errol Flynn, with their little cat and mouse routine and some danger, suspense, and Flynn’s true love for a young village woman. Could it be that for the first time Flynn’s character Jean see’s value in other humans for the first time in his life? This is one of those American films of the French against the German Nazi occupiers of WWII.
3 stars for "Northern Pursuit," where Flynn tries to stop Nazi sabotage in Canada. Gene Lockhart is good as one of those nefarious Nazis. The last part of the film is not believable, but maybe it was in 1943.


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