Civil War

Civil War

(2024)

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WHY YOU SHOULD STREAM Civil War - TIPS FROM JUSTWATCH

  • A brutal, compelling, and often horrifying look at what war on American soil could look like

    "Civil War isn’t a political thriller or a war movie, it’s more of an anti-war movie. The film centers around a group of journalists making their way to DC before it’s overtaken by rebel forces. What they encounter along the way is bloodshed, a loss of humanity, and a decaying nation. Civil War is deep, haunting, and perfect for viewers who love movies that not only provoke emotions, but also make you think. If you love films like Children of Men or District 9, Civil War will be a must-watch. It’s also one of Kirsten Dunst’s strongest performances since Melancholia."

  • Perfect for fans of dystopian movies with an anti-war message

    "Alex Garland's Civil War is a brutal, bloody, dystopian movie that captures the U.S. in political turmoil from the perspective of several photojournalists. Viewers expecting the movie to take a stance on today's political climate and polarization may be disappointed. Its primary focus is the worst-case scenario of political order breaking down and violence and loss of humanity permeating America. It's more a jarring warning than a political commentary. Kirsten Dunst and Cailee Spaeny steal the show in this brutal, thoughtful film reminiscent of works like V for Vendetta and Hotel Rwanda."

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Synopsis

A journalist desperately tries to document the unfolding civil war across America

California and Texas have joined to form a new political power called The Western Forces. In response, the United States government is raging a relentless war against the seceding states. Amid a full-blown civil war, one photojournalist does everything she can to capture the truth and form a bridge between these warring factions.

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What to know

What's Civil War (2024) all about?

Civil War is a post-apocalyptic action war movie distributed by A24. The movie is written and directed by Alex Garland, a screenwriter and filmmaker behind Ex Machina, Annihilation, and Men. Civil War is produced by Gregory Goodman, Andrew Mcdonald, and Allon Reich through the production company DNA Films. Music for the movie is handled by Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow who have worked on all three previous movies from Alex Garland.

Is Civil War (2024) the last movie from Alex Garland?

The filmmaker behind Civil War has stated that he wants to take a break from directing after the release of this movie. Despite rumors that he would retire, the filmmaker confirmed instead that he would rather focus on screenwriting. He is known for penning the screenplays for movies such as 28 Days Later, 28 Weeks Later, and Never Let Me Go

Who stars in Civil War (2024)?

Civil War stars Kirsten Dunst as a fearless reporter. Dunt has starred in a huge array of movies including Spider-Man, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Hidden Figures, and The Power of the Dog. She is joined by Nick Offerman who stars as the President of the United States. The full cast includes Cailee Spaeny Jesse Plemons, Wagner Moura, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Karl Glusman, Sonoya Mizuno, and Jonica T. Gibbs.

Where was Civil War (2024) filmed?

This dark dystopian drama began filming in March, 2022 in the city of Atlanta with cinematographer Rob Hardy. Director Alex Garland confirmed that filming continued in London, England in May 2022.

Where can I watch Civil War (2024)?

Civil War was released in theaters on April 12, 2024.

 

Production News

  • January 21, 2022
    • A new movie from filmmaker Alex Garland is announced with A24 confirmed to be distributing. A selection of cast members are also confirmed including Kirsten Dunst, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Cailee Spaeny, and Wagner Moura. (Source: Deadline)
  • December 13, 2023
    • The first trailer for the movie is released. It teases a dystopian action movie in which a group of breakaway states have formed The Western Forces and are fighting the United States government. (Source: YouTube)
  • January 4, 2023
    • The movie is reported to be 109 minutes long going against initial reports that it could be over three hours. (Source: Collider)
  • January 19, 2024
    • Civil War is given a new release date of April 12, 2024. (Source: Deadline)
  • February 20, 2024
    • A new trailer for the movie is released teasing a war-torn United States fighting a secessionist government. (Source: YouTube)
  • April 12, 2024
    • Civil War was released in theaters. (Source: Deadline)

Rating

IMDB 7.6 (16k)

Genres

Mystery & Thriller, Action & Adventure

Runtime

1h 49min

Age rating

R

Production country

Finland, United Kingdom, United States

Director

Alex Garland

Cast

Kirsten Dunst
Lee Smith
Wagner Moura
Joel
Cailee Spaeny
Jessie Cullen
Nick Offerman
President
Stephen McKinley Henderson
Sammy
Jefferson White
Dave
Nelson Lee
Tony
Evan Lai
Bohai
Vince Pisani
Concierge
Justin James Boykin
American Soldier (Middle East)
Jess Matney
Checkpoint Soldier
Greg Hill
Pete
Edmund Donovan
Eddie
Sonoya Mizuno
Anya
Jesse Plemons
Militia Soldier
Tim James
Hanging Captive
Simeon Freeman
Commercial Soldier Mike
James Yaegashi
Commercial Corporal
Dean Grimes
Commerical Soldier #1
Alexa Mansour
Aid Worker Refugee Camp
Martha B. Knighton
Elderly Woman
Melissa Saint-Amand
Shop Assistant
Karl Glusman
Spotter
Jin Ha
Sniper
Jojo T. Gibbs
WF White House Sergeant
Jared Shaw
WF White House Assaulter #1
Justin Garza
WF White House Assaulter #2
Brian Philpot
WF White House Assaulter #3
Tywaun Tornes
WF White House Assaulter #4
Juani Feliz
Joy Butler
John Newberg
Rose Garden Man (uncredited)
Ernest 'Scooby' Rogers
Riot Police / Army Soldier (uncredited)
Joe Manuel Gallegos Jr.
Air Steward (uncredited)
Christopher Cocke
Airport Customer (uncredited)
Ryan Austin Bryant
WF Marine (uncredited)
Jeff Bosley
SFC Brown (uncredited)
Brent Moorer Gaskins
Injured Marine (uncredited)
Evan Holtzman
Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Lauren Marie Gordon
Female Marine (uncredited)
Kevin Kedgley
Western Forces Marine / Flag Detail (uncredited)
Cora Maple Lindell
Dying Refugee (uncredited)
Cody Marshall
Soldier (uncredited)
Petey Nguyễn
Marine (uncredited)
Kim Rosen
Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
Robert Tinsley
Marine (uncredited)
Jaclyn White
War Journalist (uncredited)