Category: War

36 Hours James Garner

36 Hours (1965) – A Review

36 Hours It’s early June 1944 and the Germans will goto any lengths to find out the best kept secret of the war – the plans of the Allied invasion...

Buck Privates Abbott Costello

Buck Privates (1941) – A Review

Buck Privates It’s comedy and music at the dawn of WWII. The 1940 peacetime draft is on as it looks like Uncle Sam will be needing millions of good men...

Destination Tokyo 1943 submarine war movie Cary Grant

Destination Tokyo (1943) – A Review

Cary Grant in Destination Tokyo It’s the middle of WWII and a submarine captain leads his crew into enemy territory. Opening his orders he discovers his secret deadly mission is...

Sahara 1943 Humphrey Bogart

Sahara (1943) – A Review

Bruce Bennet and Humphrey Bogart in Sahara A year after he made the classic film Casablanca, Humphrey Bogart starred as Sergent Joe Gun, who with a mix of soldiers are...

Red Cliff (2008) – A Review

Director John Woo had wanted to film the epic story of the Battle of Red Cliff for twenty years – and it doesn’t disappoint. I had not been familiar at...

Gettysburg Civil War movie Martin Sheen

Gettysburg (1993) – A Review

Jeff Daniels in Gettysburg Several years ago I visited the battlefield at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. You know actually being there and seeing the layout of the landscape made the history of...

Burt Lancaster The Train 1964

The Train (1964) – A Review

The Train starring Burt Lancaster It’s 1944, after having occupied Paris for the last four years the Nazis are pulling out of the city before the Allies arrive to liberate...

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