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‘MIDWAY’ TURNS THE WW II BATTLE INTO A CARTOON

The first thing director Roland Emmerich should do after his latest movie “Midway” hits theaters is apologize.

Apologize to the visual effects crew, the stuntmen, the carpenters, the costumers and artists. He has squandered their considerable visual skill in retelling the crucial World War II battle at Midway by melding some of the best action sequences in years with the most banal of words.

What’s the point of scouring 1941 Navy regulations to ground the real-life characters in authentic military gear

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