Find Movie Theaters & Showtimesfor
- 43751 Central Station Drive, Ashburn, VA
- 13025 Worldgate Drive, Herndon, VA
- 629 Center Point Way, Gaithersburg, MD
- 6201 Multiplex Drive, Centreville, VA
- 9811 Washingtonian Ctr., Gaithersburg, MD
- 11160 North Viers Mill Road, Wheaton, MD
- 2150 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, VA
- 3426 Connecticut Avenue N.W., Washington, DC
- 2772 South Randolph St., Arlington, VA
- 4001 Powder Mill Rd., Beltsville, MD
- 6198 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD
- 20575 East Hampton Plaza, Ashburn, VA
- 45980 Regal Plaza, Sterling, VA
- 22875 Brambleton Plaza, Ashburn, VA
- 20000 Century Boulevard, Germantown, MD
- 11380 Bulloch Drive, Manassas, VA
- 199 East Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, MD
- 9650 Main St, Fairfax, VA
- 2911 District Ave, Fairfax, VA
- 11830 Grand Park Avenue, North Bethesda, MD
- 8001 Gateway Promenade Place, Gainesville, VA
Videos & Photos
Movie Info & Cast
- Ed Skrein
- Patrick Wilson
- Luke Evans
- Woody Harrelson
- Mandy Moore
- Dennis Quaid
- Alexander Ludwig
- Aaron Eckhart
- Darren Criss
- Nick Jonas
Did You Know?
- Scheduled to start shooting in Hawaii towards the end of 2018.
- During the Pearl Harbor sequence, the characters go into a room where the remains of those killed in battle have been taken. The dead and their remains are in white cloths. Perfectly clean white cloths. With no blood whatsoever anywhere. Hardly what one would expect to see following the carnage of the Pearl Harbor attack.
- Edwin Layton: Pearl Harbor is the greatest intelligence failure in American history.
Atom User Reviews
I cried 20 minutes in. such a heart wrenching, breath holding, action packed incredible movie. instantly top of my list. hopefully this reawakened the lost patriotism and respect my generation doesnt seem to appreciate anymore.
I went into it thinking it was going to be a simple movie about WWII but was I wrong. this movie was epicly AMAZING. I plan on buying it once it comes out
Wanting to honour history, Midway proves to be an oddly polite war film, afraid to be too exciting lest it interfere with the solemn tone.
Wes Tooke offers stiff dialogue and sometimes oddly structured action, leaving much dramatic potential unexploited. Yes, Emmerich stages plenty of aerial battles in which fighter pilots plunge through hailstorms of sizzling projectiles. But those hoping to get a thrill would be better served by revisiting his Earth-vs-aliens war flick Independence Day.
Like many of Emmerich’s movies, even the better ones, Midway loses sight of the humanity inside its vast vistas of devastation. It’s a giant film with a very small impact.