Deathwatch (2002)

Lost deep in the enemy territory of the western front during World War I, allied soldier Private Charles Shakespeare (Jamie Bell) and eight other British soldiers from the Y Company seek refuge in maze of an abadoned German trench. Winding… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: November 7, 2002
DVD Release Date: June 22, 2004
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Critic Score: 25% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Alan Jones
Radio Times

Frankly, it's all tedious on the western front in this bum-numbing bore.

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Ian Waldron-Mantgani
UK Critic

It's horror crossed with a war movie, and if you suspect this might mean it consists of men running around in mud while eerie music plays on the soundtrack, you would be correct.

Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

A ambientação chuvosa e lamacenta cria uma atmosfera claustrofóbica, mas o roteiro e os personagens estereotipados não conseguem utilizá-la de forma inteligente.

Brian Mckay

Acting, directing, and production values - all very solid. But there are a couple of major problems that keep Deathwatch from reaching it's full potential

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Flixster Audience Score: 42% Flixster User Reviews
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Cynthia S.
Not sure why this has such a low rating here. This movie was really well done. Great actors. Very eerie setting. Very "Twilight Zone-ish". Apparently,… More
Randy Tippy
"What is war if not mud, pestilence and horror?"
Luke Baldock
If war wasn't horrific enough already then just imagine a haunted trench. It's a nice idea but poorly executed for the most part. For starters it… More
Summer W.
We went in not knowing what the heck to expect, and ended up being impressed. The movie could have seriously kicked ass if they had done things a little… More
Stephen M
Bloody awful hybrid of war and horror movie, singularly lacking in suspense, potent atmosphere and period feel. It's often too dark to see what's… More