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bruuuno 2:33 Sat Jul 30
Best war film
The longest day for me , followed by Zulu

“Je suis, American “

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Babelman 8:08 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
To End All Wars

and Unbroken,

l prefer Jap ones as my Dad was a guest of theirs, great movies anyway. The forgotten war, as it was known then.

Westside 6:48 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Mighty Eighth, 'Masters of the Air' Follows a USAF Squadron over here in Lincolnshire. Should be good.

My sister's in it!

No link, pervs.

, 4:04 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Carry on up the Khyber.

yngwies Cat 3:53 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Northern Sold 11:52 Mon Aug 1

Cheers Northern,I'll look out for that.

Northern Sold 11:52 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
yngwies Cat 2:24 Mon Aug 1

Been in production for about a decade now... just read HBO have sold teh rights to Apple TV... which is a worry... be very hard to top BofB and the Pacific....

One I am looking forward to is SAS Rogue Warriors.... the book was a fucking incredible read... so just hope the BBc do it and them justice...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=px5_ypKvEyI

Manuel 7:51 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Hacksaw Ridge is a fantastic film.

''I've never been so wrong about someone in my whole life''

yngwies Cat 2:24 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
The folks that you band of brothers are doing one about the
Mighty Eighth, 'Masters of the Air' Follows a USAF Squadron over here in Lincolnshire. Should be good.

WHU(Exeter) 12:31 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Le silence de la mer.

Rio or Anton or Les 12:16 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
The new "Midway" film released a couple of years ago is awesome as true story and on the big screen with modern day graphics its just phenomenal.

Full Metal Jacket and the Great Escape from times long ago are terrific.

WHU(Exeter) 12:16 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Closely observed trains.

the coming of gary 12:11 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Brand new film based on Napoleon seems promising

in fact id like to see a few more 'pre - 20th century' war films
.

yngwies Cat 12:07 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Will add Bridge Too Far, as an epic of British Failure.

Honest movie.

yngwies Cat 12:04 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
Any film where the Russians are getting fuckin hammerd.

martinbritt_63 12:02 Mon Aug 1
Re: Best war film
More psychological than action - but how about

"The Caine Mutiny"

Great performance from Bogart as "Old Yellowstain"

Also there's something about old black & white films.

Add

"The Train" - John Frankenheimer

The great Burt Lancaster & Paul Schofield

Terrific !

yngwies Cat 11:59 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
Cross of Iron.


That's it.

Northern Sold 11:57 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
DOSS obviously

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmond_Doss

During the Battle of Okinawa, he saved the lives of 50–100 wounded infantrymen atop the area known by the 96th Division as the Maeda Escarpment or Hacksaw Ridge.[12] Doss was wounded four times in Okinawa,[13] and was evacuated on May 21, 1945, aboard the USS Mercy.[14] Doss suffered a left arm fracture from a sniper's bullet while being carried back to Allied lines and at one point had seventeen pieces of shrapnel embedded in his body after a failed attempt at kicking a grenade away from him and his men.[14] He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Okinawa.[15]

Northern Sold 11:54 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
Desmond Dodd (Hacksaw Ridge)... saved 75 men at the Battle of Okinawa... when Gibson made the film he thought that he would have to scale back the rescues as no one would believe it on the big screen,,, what a man... Doss that is ... not Gibson

WHU(Exeter) 11:39 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
Far Cough, absolutely. Going to make a point of watching it again this week, it's such a good film.

Browno22 11:35 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
Swiss mentioned it but Hacksaw Ridge was superb. Brutal watch but very underrated film

Far Cough 8:52 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
Stellar cast, Lee Marvin, Jack Palance and Eddie Albert as the cowardly officer. Any film with Lee Marvin in, you know it's going to be good.

WHU(Exeter) 8:41 Sun Jul 31
Re: Best war film
FC, yep, that’s the one. Had a lot of good characters in the film.

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