The great war movie you ever saw.. (Page 5)
uglycow10: TO WINDY:
I hope that you enjoyed Patton. At leDt in those days they did not have their hands tied with rules of engagement ... And winning hearts and minds, which is pure bullshit.
Wars are won by rolling in and smashing your opponents into oblivion..OATTON STYLE !!!!
~LoisLane~: I haven't seen *Gettysburg*, yet there are a ton of people in it I like.
Bridge on the River Kwai (might have been said)
Lucy Furr: The boy in stripped pajamas is a great movie. It's about the Holocaust and it's a tear jerker.
knnotsofast: Full Metal Jacket, The Boys in Company C, Sahara (Humprey Bogart) , The longest day,
And The Great Escape
rndthworldnadaze: Saving Private Ryan: if you were looking for someone in a war zone in an area the size of, say, Connecticut, would you send ten people to wander about looking for him, or would you use the radios that every unit had to find him?
rndthworldnadaze: A good war movie: Gallant Hours. 90% takes place in Admiral Halsey's (played by Cagney) cabin on board ship and is all about making and sweating out decisions affecting hundreds of lives rather than the usual shoot-em-up.
kittybobo34: I liked Heaven Knows Mr Allison, Robert Mitchum and a Nun on an Island with Japs all over the place.