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Two U.S. Marines in World War II are assigned to protect Navajo Marines, who use their native language as an unbreakable radio cypher.... (Full plot summary below)

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Two U.S. Marines in World War II are assigned to protect Navajo Marines, who use their native language as an unbreakable radio cypher.

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Arizona Daily Star - 10/10 by Phil Villarreal Woo's fights have a distinct flair. His warriors collide in balletic explosion that implies an underlying order throughout the chaos.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - 10/10 by Jack Garner Woo, the modern master of action violence, gives the battle scenes the explosive intensity you'd expect.
Chicago Reader - 9/10 by Jonathan Rosenbaum Despite some of the sentimentality that is also Woo's stock-in-trade, I was moved and absorbed throughout.
Hot Button - 9/10 by David Poland Here, [Woo] has to deal with visual chaos. And he doesn't do a good job of it.
Chicago Tribune - 9/10 by Michael Wilmington It's the best new battle film since "Black Hawk Down," a movie it surpasses in sheer feeling and bravura style, if not in nightmarish panic and suspense.
Cinenganos - 9/10 by Luis Martinez Buena, pero....Woo pudo haberlo logrado, pero pequeños detalles y errores marcan la diferencia entre una gran cinta y un clásico de género. - 9/10 by Catherine Cantieri There may be a great movie in this little-known (until recently classified) aspect of WW2, but Windtalkers ain't it.
Dallas Morning News - 9/10 by Philip Wuntch The screenplay sabotages the movie's strengths at almost every juncture. All the characters are stereotypes, and their interaction is numbingly predictable. - 9/10 by Larry Carroll Windtalkers takes a great, original story about an unrecognized group of true American heroes and wraps it with layer upon layer of war cliches until it suffocates. - 9/10 by Arthur Lazere While not coming up with anything new or particularly original, Woo makes the genre sing like a chorus on steroids. - 9/10 by Paul Tatara No amount of burning, blasting, stabbing, and shooting can hide a weak script. - 8/10 by Mark R. Leeper John Woo superficially glosses over what should have been the most interesting parts of his story to get to cliched drama and stylized violence.

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