I post to get attention
30th November 2003
What do you all consider to be the best WWII movies? Two stipulations I must make are that it must involve the British (i.e. A bridge too far or Battle for Britain) and it must have battle scenes (i.e. no enigma). I am trying to enrich my DVD collection
BTW does anyoneknow any WW2 films that have large tank battles
7th March 2003
The Eagle has landed is a good film. It takes place in England where some German soldiers try to kapture/kill Churchill. However, there are no British troops, only Americans stationed there... It's still a good film, however. (with Michael Cain, Robert Duvall, Donald Sutherland)
President of Novistrana
19th January 2003
Battle of Britain, 1969
17th November 2003
Yes BoB is good and also Battle of the Bulge
7th December 2003
Bridge on the river Kwai, though there are no big battles. But it's a very good movie anyway :)
5th August 2003
A Bridge Too Far was good. Only other Brit war film I can think of is The Battle of Brtain.
Roughnecks Mod Dev
12th August 2003
My first choice would be A Bridge Too Far and my second choice would be The Bridge on the River Kwai.
21st December 2003
my god.... Patton for fucks sake.... EDIT: oh wait... not sure if it involved the brits....
No pudding for you..
5th July 2004
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
Zulu is about an outnumbered Welsh infantry group being outnumbered by 4000 Zulu warriors in 1879. Hardly about World War II.