Click here to read my movie suggestion for today and it is … “Battle of the Bulge.” I’ve been suggesting war movies as we come up to tomorrow: Memorial Day 2017. “Battle of the Bulge” in World War II is the fourth most deadly combat action in U.S. history (19,276 Americans were killed). “Battle of the Bulge” is behind WWII’s invasion of Normandy (first with 29,204 killed); WWI’s battle of the Argonne Forest (26,277 killed); and the battle of Okinawa in the Pacific theater of WWII (20,195). “Battle of the Bulge” is one of those big-screen spectaculars that starred just about all of Hollywood. “Battle of the Bulge” is a classic that every war movie fan has seen.
So, I’m doing a daily recommendation of a movie … and they’re all movies that I’ve reviewed on this blog. Below is the link back to the original review.
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