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How I Won the War (1967) 1080p YIFY Movie

How I Won the War (1967) 1080p

An inept British WWII commander leads his troops to a series of misadventures in North Africa and Europe.

IMDB: 5.84 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | War
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.11G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 109
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for How I Won the War (1967) 1080p

This film features former Beatle John Lennon and Roy Kinnear as ill-fated enlisted men under the inept command of Lieutenant Ernest Goodbody. The story unwinds mostly in flashbacks of Lieutenant Goodbody who has lower-class beginnings and education which make him a poor officer who commands one of the worst units of the army.

The Director and Players for How I Won the War (1967) 1080p

[Director]Richard Lester
[Role:]John Lennon
[Role:]Michael Crawford
[Role:]Roy Kinnear

The Reviews for How I Won the War (1967) 1080p

Richard Lester Drops a Bomb on AudiencesReviewed bywes-connorsVote: 7/10

After a string of solid film successes, director Richard Lester earned the right to join the ranks of the self-indulgent. Freedom can sometimes allow a director to show something artful, and sometimes not. In this case, you get a solid dose of the latter. Most obviously, Mr. Lester had the wrong war, time period, and esoteric. A black comedy about World War II, for an audience beginning to argue about what the United States was still doing in Vietnam (mentioned herein), wasn't what the doctor ordered. More importantly, "How I Won the War" wasn't very amusing or engaging.

The story really only comes to life during the final scenes, by which time many viewers would had found something more stimulating to do with their time. War baby Michael Crawford (as Ernest Goodbody) performs up to the level of his character's name. Most notable among the "Third Troop of the Fourth Musketeers" is bored anti-war hero and musical artist John Lennon (as Musketeer Gripweed). Studio executives at United Artists, as well as the world at large, would have preferred another Lester-directed musical starring The Beatles. "How I won the War" was bound for disappointment.

*** How I Won the War (10/18/67) Richard Lester ~ Michael Crawford, John Lennon, Roy Kinnear, Lee Montague

sheep in wolf's clothingReviewed byJedi ClerkVote: 7/10

An anti-war film in disguise... As a "fan" of war films but also a "peacenik" I love this movie. Aside from the fact that i am an overtly biased Beatles' fan this film is an intellectual riot. John Lennon co-stars with the star of Hello Dolly as members of a British military unit saddled with the ridiculous duty of building a cricket pitch during the invasion of North Africa! Filled with ironic black war humor, it suffers a little from the predictable muddle of most 60's films.

Something interesting to note is that John Lennon is first seen wearing his trademark round spectacles in this movie. Having been asked (for some reason) to wear the glasses for the film he continued to wear them for the rest of his life!

This movie is a must for all Lennon fans.

This film is funny on so many levels!Reviewed bylennon_ladyVote: 10/10

Many people hate this movie because of how absurd and hard to follow it is. Really, IMO, it isn't as hard to follow as many people say. The characters are very well developed. Michael Crawford plays the inept Lt. Goodbody and Beatle John Lennon plays a fascist thief named Gripweed. The story, however absurd it may be, is actually pretty interesting. Goodbody's troop must set up a cricket pitch in the middle of nowhere.

I think it's actually a very good movie. I bought it only because it has John Lennon but I love it now for so many more reasons.

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