300 - an overly fictionalized fantasy version of the The Battle of Thermopylae but probably the greatest choreographed sword and sandal combat sequences ever depicted on film.
Saving Private Ryan - The opening scenes of the assault on the Normandy beaches are for me the most brutal cinematic depiction of modern warfare I've ever seen. The realism makes it an anti-war film from the off. There's no glory in war just death & if your lucky survival.
Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War - Koream film that again shows the absolute brutality & dehumanizing effect of war. Blood splatters on the camera lense brings close quarters combat in your face.
The Thin Red Line is overlooked because it's always compared to Saving Private Ryan which came out the same year and it's a totally different but superior film. I find Private Ryan to just be too hollow, the camera is always looking around for goring things to show and shock us with. Thin Red Line did it better and so did Band of Brothers.
1. Full Metal Jacket (I've only seen a censored segment of it, but it was hilarious!)
2. Independence Day (Okay, so it wasn't that good.)
3. The Thin Red Line (It would have been better if they cut out the random moments.)
Idi i smotri-Come and see
No man's land
Before the rain
La grand illusion
Tuntematon sotilas (1955)
Flammen & citronen
movielover89 i absolutely agree with your list (Forrest Gump is a personal favorite) but i must add Inglorious bastards, i saw it about two weeks ago and loved it
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