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    right first post,(about time too)what's your favorite war film....bridge over the river kwai,the great escape,saving private ryan....id have to say these are some of mine and im currently watchin pacific...amazing...

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    there's a couple but i really liked full metal jacket, excellent. private pile.

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    my all time fav - Platoon (Charlie Sheen)

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    PORK CHOP HILL
    American GI's must retake a barren hill in Korea that has been overrun by Communist troops. The ensuing battle becomes a meat grinder for American and Chinese alike. This story of a an actual battle is all grit.

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    Thumbs up Patton




    In early 1971, the Academy Awards saluted Patton. Capturing eight Oscars. Patton remains to this day one of Hollywood's most compelling biographical war pictures. With its larger-than-life, yet at the same time singularly human, portrayal of Gen. George S. Patton, Jr.


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    I think one of the best war movies has got to be "Kelly's Heroes". Maybe not the most serious war movies but it always brings a smile to my face. Irish name with an Irish approach to war!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derry lad View Post
    I think one of the best war movies has got to be "Kelly's Heroes". Maybe not the most serious war movies but it always brings a smile to my face. Irish name with an Irish approach to war!
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    Gotta agree with stickytoffee, full metal jacket is one seriously good war film
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    saving private ryan.....FUBAR

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    All the above choices are excellent, but A Bridge Too Far is mine..
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