P.S. If anyone has moderate to severe PTSD from being in combat, there are several triggers.
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At its core, Overlord is a movie swallowed in its own confusion. It's trouble is it doesn't know if it should a monster movie or a historical war film and finds its self leaning, I feel accidentally, more toward the latter with a last great stab at being the formers coming late in the day and feeling lackadaisical.
I find me if wishing Overlord had just stuck to being a tun of the mill ww2 flick because it was ok as that. I found myself rooting for the GI's and suitably invested in seeing the Nazi's all shot in the face as soon as possible until in the final third the movie all went a bit Wolfenstien ps4. Not that there is anything wrong with that but here it felt a little jarring.
Go see it for yourselves. Again, Overlord is not a bad movie. It just could be been better?