10 of My Favorite War Films!
WELCOME to my list: 10 of my top war films. I have plenty more but I'd like to share with you these ones.
I would write paragraphs and parapgraohs of bullshit for why I love and chose each film, however I just want this take to be a quick, simple take. Thanks for reading and enjoy the videos! :p
*How could I not add this! :p*
2. Black Hawk Down
4. Cold Mountain
6. Enemy at the Gates
8. Last of the Mohicans
9. Master and Commander
10. Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan
Again, I'd add more but 10 is enough, I also wanted to add Saving Private Ryan, the Patriot and my more...
What Girls Said 9
Braveheart - my all time favorite war movie!
Also 300 and Inglorious Bastards. =)
I love 300 and Gladiator, tho I haven't had the priviledge to see 300 yet
Good list, I have only seen half of these. I really enjoyed the Last of the Mohicans, Gladiator and Black Hawk Down. Their soundtracks were amazing.
Sorry I dont really like war movies but I recommend Shindelers List if you want to know what war is really all about, its not nice or glorious at all.
Have you watched Dragon Blade?
<3 <3 <3
Only seen 1 war movie and it was Fury, which I really really like, but I have no way to gauge if that's a good one.
300 makes me cry every time 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭!!
What Guys Said 16
No Troj? :D by the way nice list.
300 is basically what a war movie should Always be. A representation of what Courage, Strenght and Pride = what a Man should be.
What about The Patriot bruh?
Saving Private Ryan?
How could you forget saving private ryan 😢
Me likey le list. Regards for including '' Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan'', I haven't heard of it or seen it. Looks good, downloading it now
Very good Take, my favorites here are Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan, Braveheart and 300.
What about me and my friends? How dare you ignore "King of the Rings".
Thumbs up for including "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" on this list! It's almost criminally underrated, lol.
It was overshadowed by another seafaring movie that year (the very first "Pirates of the Caribbean"), but it was a very different movie, of course: a more serious movie, and about naval life and warfare in the Age of Sail. Also seemingly a simplistic plot about two ships chasing each other around, it was actually a very thoughtful story about a lot of enduring human conflicts and trying to find the balance between: hierarchy vs. equality, professional duty vs. personal relationships, war vs. peace, discipline vs. kindness, etc.
And especially for 2003, it also did some INCREDIBLE things with CGI. Some shots were entirely CGI and yet feel just as "physically there" as the actual physical shots, not just because they had great artists, but also because they used CGI in all the right ways and places. It was truly the use of CGI in movies at its BEST, and probably the single most underrated aspect of the movie.
Letters from Iwo Jima
All Quiet on the Western Front
Kingdom of Heaven
Lone survivor was great too. Not really a war film per say but kind of fits the genre. Couple I haven't seen on here, I'll have to check em out
I'd like to add Admiral: Roaring Currents
And I so agree with Braveheart and Black Hawk Down
great list man. i have not seen all the films. i will check out the films that i have not seen before.
Gladiator is the absolute best. One of my top 5 fav movies of all time.
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