The Bridge On The River Kwai

  • 1957
  • Movie
  • NR
  • War

This intelligent and exciting WWII tale, masterfully helmed by Lean (at the start of his "epic" period), features a splendid performance from Guinness as Col. Nicholson, a British officer who has surrendered with his regiment to the Japanese in Burma in 1943. Martinet Nicholson insists that his men conduct themselves by the book and flatly refuses to cooperate...read more

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The Bridge On The River Kwai - Trailer
01:53 — Classic story of British POWs in a World War II Japanese prison camp who are forced to build a bridge, which an escapee is determined to prevent from (more…)
The Bridge On The River Kwai - Trailer
03:23 — Classic story of British POWs in a World War II Japanese prison camp who are forced to build a bridge, which an escapee is determined to prevent from (more…)
The Bridge On The River Kwai - Official Trailer
02:06 — Classic story of British POWs in a World War II Japanese prison camp who are forced to build a bridge, which an escapee is determined to prevent from (more…)
Trailer B
01:55 — Allied commandos are dispatched deep inside the Burmese jungle to blow up a strategic bridge built by British POWs.
Featurette - The Premiere
01:00 — William Holden describes the premiere of The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Trailer
03:09 — British POWs in Burma are employed by the Japanese to build a bridge; meanwhile, British agents seek to destroy it. After surrendering his unit to the (more…)
Blu-ray Trailer
02:05 — The cinematic classic has been completely remastered and is coming to Blu-ray November 2nd. When British POWs build a vital railway bridge in enemy-oc (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: This intelligent and exciting WWII tale, masterfully helmed by Lean (at the start of his "epic" period), features a splendid performance from Guinness as Col. Nicholson, a British officer who has surrendered with his regiment to the Japanese in Burma in 19… (more)

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