Black Hawk Down wins hands down.:cool:
Saving Private Ryan unquestionably.
Its not just blowing up crap or shooting people for the sake of the movie, it goes deeper than that, to how people react to war and what they go thru.
Plus, the D-Day landing scene is the greatest scene in any movie ever made. (IMO)
NiteStryker Plus, the D-Day landing scene is the greatest scene in any movie ever made. (IMO)
Perhaps. BUT... after watching Das Boot, I will have to remake my list: 1. Das Boot 2. Saving Private Ryan 3. The Thin Red Line
OMG, someone else has seen GETTYSBURG............OH SNAPS, i thot only i'd seen it. . . .
I would have to say Black Hawk Down, that movie was nothing short of stellar. All of it, the acting, the violence....Just a great movie in my opinion.
There's a really cool Korean war film called Taegukgi (aka Brotherhood) that you should check out. It's quite violent and gory too!
-The Eagle Has Landed -Patton -Das Boot (The Boat: english version) -Hamburger Hill -The Green Berets -A Bridge Too Far! -Stalingrad -Battle of the Bulge -Saving Private Ryan -The Longest Day -The Boys in C Company -Full Metal Jacket -Glory -Sahara (1995 version Starring. Jim Belushi) -Ike: Countdown To D-Day -Platoon -The War at Home (technicaly not a war film, is about a soldier facing suburban life after fighting in Vietnam) -On The Double -The Blue Max
That's all that comes to mind.
We Were Soldiers and Tigerland. Ooh ooh, and Heartbreak Ridge! Excellent films! Bravo! OOH RAH! P.S.: Maybe Stripes if you want to laugh your ass off!