Kelly's Heroes

1970 "They set out to rob a bank... and damn near won a war instead!"
7.6| 2h24m| PG| en| More Info
Released: 22 June 1970 Released
Producted By: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
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A misfit group of World War II American soldiers goes AWOL to rob a bank behind German lines.

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Ensofter Overrated and overhyped
Humaira Grant It’s not bad or unwatchable but despite the amplitude of the spectacle, the end result is underwhelming.
Blake Rivera If you like to be scared, if you like to laugh, and if you like to learn a thing or two at the movies, this absolutely cannot be missed.
Raymond Sierra The film may be flawed, but its message is not.
damonlaycox This movie lost a lot of opportunities to be a classic. Character development was lacking. Disjointed this movie is, because it cannot decide what its theme is-a peace movie for the hippies and youth, a comedy, or a serious movie. The flick gives a potpourri of these attributes; however, it falls short of the goal. The cast was up to the task. I just feel it missed the mark. I do admire they had the gumption to after this in a very traumatic time in US history!!
xavimc60 OMG I am a Clint Eastwood fan since years and I've never seen this movie thinking it was a war movie and I'm too much into army movies due to some nasty wartime events I was in. But ok, I've had a great time watching and laughing like nuts. Reading some of the dialogs after watching the movie litterally made me cry from laughing. For me it's even a good "feel good" movie. Clint is good, Kojak is better and Donald is just great... Now I realize how much I've missed by not watching the movie before, but now I keep this movie and will definitely watch again many many more times.
Leofwine_draca One of those old-fashioned all-star movies, this is a film which is very easy viewing, amiable throughout, and one which provides good-natured laughs at regular intervals. In the days of modern blockbusters which contain snappy one-liners, frenetic pacing, and more, it's refreshing to see an older movie like this which is content to take things more slowly and build up the plot before getting to the action.The story of a plan to make a daring raid on a bank in occupied France is a fresh and interesting one, while the budget of the production is high enough to give the war and battle scenes a realistic look; you never for one second aren't convinced of the authenticity of the situation. As the scale of the journey grows, so do the laughs, one particularly good moment arising when the US General mistakenly believes that the men are advancing the lines instead of going out on a limb to get themselves some rewards instead. The ending of this film is highly suspenseful, consisting of a minutely-planned raid on the bank which is unfortunately guarded by Germans complete with three tiger tanks.The cast is one to die for, containing heavyweight turns from the reliable Clint Eastwood and Telly Savalas, a comic performance from Don Rickles as a bumbling and greedy companion, plus one memorably kooky performance from Donald Sutherland as a whacked-out hippy who is definitely before his time; his warped character is disturbingly strange while being frequently funny at the same time. Savalas is the gruff sergeant who chews the scenery, Eastwood the somewhat bland and heroic leader who doesn't have many memorable characteristics about him.The best thing about this film is the fine mix between war movie and comedy. One minute we're laughing along at the jokes, the next feeling down about a man who gets blown up in a minefield. The skillful mix is what makes this film watchable, as on the one hand you get to enjoy the thrills and spills of a war film, and on the other you get to laugh at some fine comedy and have a good time while you're watching as well. Good music and photography complement the film on either side, and although the running time is long, the time goes by pretty quickly and never outstays its welcome. Recommended, light-hearted fun with just the right balance of action and laughs.
Erik Lundin This is something as odd as a feel good movie that takes place during the final stages of world war II. A merry gang of disillusioned and wary soldiers led by Clint Eastwood and Telly Savalas learns about a large deposit of gold hidden behind enemy lines. After joining up with a slightly unhinged tank commander played beautifully by Donald Sutherland they decide to go after the gold rather than serving as cannon fodder for the official cause.The movie is quite absurd at times and takes many liberties with reality, but it's so charming and up beat that you swallow it all, grenades, hook, lion and sinker. The characters are both bad ass and human at the same time and much easier to identify with than the stereotypical action heroes.Give this one a chance and you will not regret it!