The trailer for “The Great War” has been released and it’s the most intense trailer I’ve ever seen.
But it’s also the most honest trailer I have ever seen, and I think it’s going to make you a lot more comfortable with the idea that the movie will not be the end.
“The great war,” as its known, is the end of a war and the end for all of humanity, and it is the last stand of a civilization.
The trailer is an hour-long, 20-minute epic that will take viewers into the past, present and future of the great war.
It features scenes of a military base in an industrial town, the final battle of the war, a soldier’s final stand in battle, a moment of silence, and a momentary respite for those who died.
The film’s trailers tend to have more dramatic moments, but they don’t always stay that way.
This is one of those moments.
And if you’ve ever been on a battlefield or been through a war zone, you know what I mean.
When the world is in chaos, you want to feel like you’re part of it, and “The war” has that in spades.
This isn’t your average war movie, but it is very realistic.
I have a feeling that most people who have seen the trailer will find it very disturbing, but if you like the idea of war, then you probably won’t be able to resist the temptation to watch it.
The Great War (2017) is directed by Daniel Bae, and stars Ben Affleck as Major General Robert E. Lee, Robert Duvall as General Henry “Stonewall” Jackson, Emily Blunt as Captain Sally Ride, J.K. Simmons as Lieutenant General Robert M. Livingston, and Mark Ruffalo as General Ulysses S. Grant.
It’s released July 16, 2018.