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lines from that movie are a second language in the tb house hold.I am and it’s a beauty
have you watched "the boys"Watched Savage on prime the other day , if you liked “Once were Warriors” then this is right up your cul de sac
Also watched Greenland , a disaster movie starring Gerard Butler , wasn’t too bad to be fair , not 2012 but not bad
The super hero series ?...if so, yes both seasonshave you watched "the boys"
Come and See-brutal and appalling depravity-makes you wonder why any one would want to go to war it is so realisticDas Boot and Empire of the Sun were both great films.
Along the lines of Das Boot is Stalingrad (1993). Quite stark and gritty and none of the Hollywood exaggeration.
Another foreign war film worth watching is Come and See. A Russian movie set during WW 2.
There is no film quite like it and it is in many best war film lists.
Surprising good movie. So well acted.If you haven't seen The Damned United you might enjoy it.