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Paths of Glory

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Safe in their picturesque chateau behind the front lines, the French general staff passes down a direct order to Colonel Dax: take the Ant Hill at any cost. Their commanding officer refuses to continue the suicidal attack and Dax attempts to defend the soldiers against a charge of cowardice in a court-martial.
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Radio Times
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May 02, 2014

Kirk Douglas and Timothy Carey are outstanding among the troops on the front line, while Kubrick's relentlessly probing camera offers constant evidence of a film-maker at the height of his powers.
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Times (UK)
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June 02, 2015

Those who are used to 2001: A Space Odyssey or A Clockwork Orange will initially find this black-and-white First World War drama starring Kirk Douglas rather traditional, until its radical content is revealed.
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New Yorker
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March 26, 2013

The sardonic rhetoric may be laid on a little heavily at times, but the movie is blunt and scornfully brilliant.
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Guardian
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May 01, 2014

It is arguably the best film about the first world war, and still has a reasonable claim to being Stanley Kubrick's best film.
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Variety
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May 08, 2007

While the subject is well handled and enacted in a series of outstanding characterizations, it seems dated and makes for grim screen fare.
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The Skinny
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September 23, 2016

High on tension, low on fat and fully deserving of its reputation as one of the finest war films ever made.
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Wall Street Journal
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March 26, 2013

More than 20 years after Mr. Cobb's novel was first published, Mr. Kubrick reminded us that human folly is rarely checked for long. A half-century on, he is still right.
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Common Sense Media
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October 28, 2014

Classic Kubrick film with complex, heavy, anti-war themes.
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Chicago Reader
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May 08, 2007

This masterpiece still packs a wallop, though nothing in it is as simple as it may first appear; audiences are still arguing about the final sequence, which has been characterized as everything from a sentimental cop-out to the ultimate cynical twist.
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Independent (UK)
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May 02, 2014

A reminder both of [Kubrick's] extraordinary formal virtuosity and his powers as a satirist.
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Orlando Sentinel
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March 26, 2013

Kirk Douglas gives one of his finest performances as the intelligent and courageous Col. Dax.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

The final scene, in which Kubrick presents close-ups of soldiers watching a captured German girl being forced to sing for their pleasure is nothing short of masterful.
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