Abq TOP 5 FAVORITE WAR MOVIES

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  1. cyndilt76 Jedi Knight

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    it's shot beautifully-- it'a like a poem....


  2. ObeyTheFist Jedi Master

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    man, I haven't seen that movie in forever! Caught it once on tv some afternoon when I was a kid... its WW1... did you know that Mels birth name is: Mel Columcille Gerard Gibson
  3. ObeyTheFist Jedi Master

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    hope I didn't kill this thread:

    another GREAT war movie - I Was A Male War Bride... awesome movie
  4. Starkiller454 Force Ghost

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    lol, cary grant is awesome!
  5. FlirtationOfficer Jedi Knight

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    Platoon, Full Metal Jacket, Apocalypse Now, Force ten from Navarone, Schindlers list
  6. Gecko_Fett Jedi Master

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    The Lost Battalion - (with little Ricky Schroeder)
    The Dirty Dozen
    Breaker Morant
    The Desert Fox
    The Blue Max
    Battleground
    Escape to Athena
    Breakthrough
    The Beast
    Patton
    The Deer Hunter
    The African Queen


    The Keep - War/horror film...who could ask for more?

  7. ObeyTheFist Jedi Master

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    was teh african queen a war film?
  8. Gecko_Fett Jedi Master

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    Yup...Bogart and Hepburn were trying to get away from Prussian soldiers who had occupied that part of Africa!
  9. karenec1 Jedi Master

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    :oops: How could I forget Patton.

    The Flying Leathernecks
    The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly (well it does take place during the Civil War)
    The Longest Day
  10. ObeyTheFist Jedi Master

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    Man! there are a lot of movies I need to rewatch...

    Ah! Enemy at the Gates
    Swing Shift
    Gettysburg
    Gone with the Wind
    We Were Soliders
  11. Gecko_Fett Jedi Master

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    Father Goose - 1964 - Cary Grant
  12. Commander_Clem Jedi Master

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    The Blue Max was awesome.....

    The Bridges at Toko Ri
    Flight of the Intruder
  13. karenec1 Jedi Master

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    Flight of the Intruder was an awesome movie. The A6 was my fave plane for a while after I saw that movie.

    Air America was another good one.
  14. Commander_Clem Jedi Master

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    The Skyraiders at the end were SWEET....
  15. hairlesswookie Force Ghost

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    Saving Private Ryan
    Patton
    Full Metal Jacket
    The Longest Day
    No Man's Land

    I also liked
    Black Hawk Down
    Braveheart
    Dirty Dozen
    We Were Soldiers
    Bridge on the River Kwai
    Band of Brothers should count too :)

    Anyone seen The Brotherhood of War?
    Just got it from Netflix.
    I wouldn't put it in the top 5, but it's worth checking out.
  16. hairlesswookie Force Ghost

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    Oh yea,
    You guys remember Red Dawn???
    Not the greatest movie ever but I liked certain parts of it.
    I was intrigued by the whole idea of what it would be like if the United States were occupied by enemy forces.
  17. FlirtationOfficer Jedi Knight

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    What was that movie with Adrien Brody? The piano player? The hiding place
  18. skyra Jedi Knight

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    My top 5 are:
    Gettysburg
    Black Hawk Down
    Kelly's Heroes
    Saving Private Ryan
    Full Metal Jacket

    followed closely by:
    Band of Brothers (I think it fits as a movie)
    Braveheart
    Red Dawn
    Glory
    Big Red One
    Green Berets
    Horatio Hornblower movies from A&E (great Napoleanic War stuff on the high seas)
    Sharpe movies based on books by Bernard Cornwell(also Napoleanic War, but take place on land, great English war stuff, and Sean Bean(Boromir) is great as Richard Sharpe!)
    The Dirty Dozen
    Mister Roberts
    The Last of the Mohicans
    The Devil's Brigade

    And, those war movies on a lighter note:
    Father Goose (I'm with you Jess, great Cary Grant movie)
    Bedknobs and Broomsticks
    The Incredible Mr. Limpet
    No Time for Sergeants

    Sorry, I didn't mean to ramble, but once I start thinking of movies I like, I can't stop. :D
  19. hairlesswookie Force Ghost

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    The Pianist??
    HeeHee...I just said....oh, nevermind....
  20. BrotherHalo RSA Emeritus and Heckler

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    DUDE! That movie rocked. Me and friends used to run around with our makeshift AK-47s blasting all the imaginary commies out there.

    WOLVERINES!!!!!!!!
  21. obi-chris-kenobi Jedi Knight

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    My top five:

    1. Force Ten From Navarone
    2. The Big Red One
    3. We Were Soldiers
    4. Black Hawk Down
    5. The Patriot

    Also liked:
    The Guns of Navarone
    Breaker Morant(sp)
    Midawy
    Were Eagles Dare

  22. hairlesswookie Force Ghost

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    Didn't they film parts of Red Dawn here in NM?
    I remember hearing that somewhere....
  23. obi-chris-kenobi Jedi Knight

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    I think they filmed some of it up by Las Vegas.
  24. Qui-Gon-Matt Jedi Master

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    Yeah it was filmed in Las Vegas NM. It was also the first ever PG-13 movie. That's an awesome movie!
  25. karenec1 Jedi Master

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    I thought I was the only one who did that.
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