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    War Movies Worth a Watch-maxresdefault-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    "Kokoda-The 39th Battalion"

    "The Lost Battalion" GREAT!
    Download Kokoda - 39th Battalion [2006 - Australia] WWII drama Torrent | 1337x

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    that's the afternoon sorted, cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    They could really do with doing a remake, with today's production those dogfights could be on another level, would probably be the best war movie ever made.

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    The horror of war.

    COME AND SEE

    "Flera is a sixteen years old boy, dug up carbine among torn of barbed wire, rusted machine-gun belts and shot helmets. Then he went to the forests to the partisans. At the very beginning of the film, Flera is a kid, but after going through the horror of the fascist punitive actions, he becomes an adult, frighteningly adult and becomes an old man. The war distorted once tender, childish features of the boy and turned them into wrinkles. The protagonist, driven by a sacred feeling of the fight against the Nazi invaders, in defiance of his mother goes to the partisan detachment. The circles of Hell of the fascist atrocities in Belarus are rushing before his eyes like the worst nightmare."

    Russian language with English subs.

    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    The horror of war.

    COME AND SEE

    "Flera is a sixteen years old boy, dug up carbine among torn of barbed wire, rusted machine-gun belts and shot helmets. Then he went to the forests to the partisans. At the very beginning of the film, Flera is a kid, but after going through the horror of the fascist punitive actions, he becomes an adult, frighteningly adult and becomes an old man. The war distorted once tender, childish features of the boy and turned them into wrinkles. The protagonist, driven by a sacred feeling of the fight against the Nazi invaders, in defiance of his mother goes to the partisan detachment. The circles of Hell of the fascist atrocities in Belarus are rushing before his eyes like the worst nightmare."

    Russian language with English subs.


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    I prefer war movies portrayed as horror rather than hero or action movies.

    War is not something that should be glorified, more reflected upon as a failure of society...

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    Liberation

    "Yuri Ozerov’s epic historical film series Liberation consists of five films.

    The first film, The Fire Bulge, tells about the heroic battle at the Kursk Bulge in summer 1943.



    The second film, Breakthrough, is about the battle for the Dnieper River and the Soviet offensive operation in 1944.



    The third film, Direction of the Main Blow is about Operation Bagration, which resulted in the complete liberation of Belarus from Nazi troops.



    The fourth film is The Battle of Berlin. 1945, the last months of the war. These are the days when the fate of enslaved Europe is decided.



    The fifth film, The Last Assault, is about the storming of the Reichstag, about the battle for every room, for every floor...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb7q6Q_l3Ic


    Years of production: 1967—1972 Directed by: Yuri Ozerov

    Russian and German audio, English subs.

    Political manoeuvrings, military tacktics, tank and antitank warfare, German, Russian and "allies" actions.
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    Which was why World at war was so good, it was factual and laid it bare. There was no chest thumping

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    The water diviner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beam8 View Post
    I vaguely remember I enjoyed this.

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    A new release on Netflix and based on a true story, worth a watch.

    The War Below

    During World War I, a group of British miners are recruited to tunnel underneath no man's land and set bombs from below the German front, in hopes of breaking the deadly stalemate of the Battle of Messines.
    Shalom

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    A lot of good ones guys but guess my 2 favs are Apocalypse Now and Glory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    guess my 2 favs are Apocalypse Now and Glory.
    I honestly think that Apocalypse Now is the best war movie ever made.

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    As a kid a war movie that I loved and still do is the Guns of Navarone.

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    ^ Enjoyed that too...

    Ice Cold in Alex was another one I liked.

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    I prefer the black and whites, given the subject matter i find them more atmostpheric

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    A few to avoid you may have more

    A Fridge too far

    Shaving Ryan's Privates.

    The Blurt Locker

    Pucker Lips Now

    Black Pork Down

    The dear Munter

    From here to Paternity

    They were extendable

    Full betel packet

    Brave Fart

    and definitely give this teh buddy swerve

    Dr Strangeglove, how I stopped Willlying and learned to love the bum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    A new release on Netflix and based on a true story, worth a watch.

    The War Below
    Isn't on Netflix here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    I prefer the black and whites, given the subject matter i find them more atmostpheric
    "The War Lover". 1962. B&W. Steve McQueen. WW2 bomber air combat.

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    Troy
    Gladiator
    The Vikings
    Black Hawk Down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Troy
    Gladiator
    The Vikings
    Black Hawk Down

    Some of those are not exactly War Movies, Chitty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Gladiator
    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Willy View Post
    Some of those are not exactly War Movies, Chitty.
    All in the eye of the beholder Willy.

    And I would add the Last Samurai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    "The War Lover". 1962. B&W. Steve McQueen. WW2 bomber air combat.
    YouTube has that one and bunches more free. Search ww2 movies.

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