Wing and a Prayer
Wing and a Prayer (1944)

Former president Ronald Reagan may have genuinely believed that he was referring to a real-life act of selfless wartime bravery whenever repeating his "We'll bring this one down together" anecdote. In fact, he was merely… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 24, 1944
DVD Release Date: November 6, 2001
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Critic Score: 80% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Alberto Abuín

It's one of those Hollywood's propaganda films. Luckily, most of them had good directors. [Full review in Spanish]

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Nick Davis
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Feels tougher and more focused as it continues, and it editorializes much less obviously than most movies of its genre and period do about who on screen is to be admired and who is to be regarded with unresolved ambivalence.

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Walter Chaw
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A manifest-protected foolhardy was more important to champion than cool consideration and calculated risk.

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Randy Tippy
Morale boosting little gem that flies under the radar (pun intended) of most combat connoisseurs. Gotta love Don Ameche!
Aj V
I found this movie boring, boring, and boring, but if you like war movies, maybe you'll have a higher opinion of all the flying scenes. I only rated it… More