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favourite war films

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by NATO, Jun 8, 2002.

  1. NATO

    NATO Guest

    bieng as there is a horror films thread i thought i would start one about my favourite genre so post up your favourites. here is my current list

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    apocalypse now

    [img]http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-images/Film/Pix/pictures/2000/02/03/Icecold.jpg'>
    ice cold in alex

    [img]http://w1.860.telia.com/~u86010716/bridgetoofar.jpg'>
    a bridge too far

    [img]http://www.pathguy.com/lectures/doughnut2.jpg'>
    full metal jacket

    [img]http://www.alyon.org/generale/theatre/cinema/affiches_cinema/z/zulu_dawn.jpg'>
    zulu dawn

    [img]http://www.in.gr/covers/Platoon.jpg'>
    platoon

    [img]http://www.emerchandise.com/images/p/GAP/pdPOGAP0001.jpg'>
    the great escape

    [img]http://www.militarymuseum.org/Resources/saving%20private%20ryan%20poster.jpg'>

    saving private ryan[IMG]
     
  2. KIND

    KIND Member

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    full metal jacket...
     
  3. aymet one

    aymet one Member

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    The Dirty Dozen
    Stalingrad
    Hamburger Hill
    Enemy at the gates
    Das Boot
     
  4. Fox Mulder

    Fox Mulder 12oz Loyalist

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    Seven-Six-Two Millimeter, Full Metal Jacket.
     
  5. -MOE LESTER-

    -MOE LESTER- Guest

    hamburger hill
    full metal jacket
    saving private ryan
    for some reason i really liked THe thin red line, the sad music combined with the battles and shit was kinda ill
    black hawk down
    there are more im sure just cant remember
     
  6. pukey1

    pukey1 Elite Member

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    pretty much anything WWII...
    -das boot
    -u-571(although not that good...)
    -private ryan
    -thin red line
    -that one of the dude that took out a shitload o/dudes with a .50 cal on a tank
    -indiana jones raiders of the lost arc(altho not really war):rolleyes:
     
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  8. KaBar

    KaBar Senior Member

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    "Full Metal Jacket"
    "We Were Soldiers Once"
    "Anarchy and Love" (1972? In Italian, with English subtitles)
    "For Whom The Bell Tolls" (from the Hemingway novel--Spanish Civil War)
    "Face of War "(1968, Mike 3/7 in Vietnam. Documentary)
    "Under Fire"
    "Salvador"
    "Missing" with Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek.
     
  9. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Alls Quiet on the Western Front
    Gallipoli
    Rumor of War
    The Year of Living Dangerously
    Force 10 from Navarrone
    Guns of Navarrone
    The Deer Hunter
    The Big Red One
    In Country
    The Bridge on the River Kwai
    Where Eagles Dare
    Guadal Canal Diary
    MIDWAY!!!
    No Time for Seargants
    Stripes
    Breaker Morant
    Merry Christmas Mr. Ryan

    These haven't been mentioned and they jump to mind... there's a couple that are 'fringe' war movies, but I left out Rambo:First Blood...

    I mainly dig cold war era films... like the Manchurian Candidate... also, they remade the Bourne Identity, but the original is ok (best of course is the book, Robt. Ludlum)...

    I also enjoy the John Wayne war flicks for camp value... like when he's "in" Fighting Cee-Bees and his role lasts about ten minutes before a guy asks him for a light and a sniper takes JW out... I think he was in one called Fighting Leathernecks too... and he lived most, if not all, of the way through Green Berets...
     
  10. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    To be honest, i really really dont like war movies, they really really suck.
     
  11. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

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    so... just flipping the dial, I see Hell's Angels (an old WWI flick) and, I think, Too Late the Hero (maybe) on the Spanish channel...

    I guess I could mention Good Morning Vietnam and 12 O'Clock High too... and Empire of the Sun was a wartime movie... and the Caine Muitiny...
     
  12. Brownbread?

    Brownbread? Junior Member

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    dead presidents
    forrest gump
    hamburger hill
    tora tora tora
    platoon
    full metal Jacket
    enemy at the gates
    all quiet on the western front
    apocolaypse now
    the beast
    and the one ww2 movie were they march off singing the mickey mouse theme song at the end.
     
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