DEVOTION Trailer (2022)



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Devotion, an aerial war epic based on the bestselling book of the same name, tells the harrowing true story of two elite US Navy fighter pilots during the Korean War. Their heroic sacrifices would ultimately make them the Navy’s most celebrated wingmen.

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Devotion (2022) is the new war movie starring Glen Powell, Jonathan Majors and Joe Jonas.

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29 replies
  1. Xikun Gao
    Xikun Gao says:

    This is the story of Jesse L Brown and Tom Hudner isn't it? If they do the story right the last 30 minutes of this movie is gonna be so tear jerking.

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  2. ArchangelOfCoffee
    ArchangelOfCoffee says:

    Finally, a movie besides the new Top Gun with some REAL planes in it. Looks like a healthy mix of CGI and real. Some Corsair scenes are CGI while some others are a few actual Corsairs (i.e. the carrier deck). Leaving the computer effects for the combat scenes and other stuff. This is what 2019's "Midway" should have been. Also, watch "Bridge Over Toko Ri" if you haven't. Looking forward to this.

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  3. harrier1417
    harrier1417 says:

    I hope this doesn't nosedive into a Redtails scenario, ie. a bloody good true story ruined by gash CGI and revisionist narrative. Otherwise a welcome addition to the all to sparce anthology of Korean War movies. It's sure looking good.

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  4. The night rider
    The night rider says:

    Great just what we need, more pretend make believe heroes when the reality is Germany treated black Americans better than America did. Just read about Jesse Owens and Joe Louis and their experiences over seas and having to come back.

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