Today is the Fourth of July in 2017. Honoring the independence and creating of the United States of America, here is a look at the war films that I’ve reviewed for this blog. I haven’t reviewed any films dealing with the Revolutionary War period, so I’m going with these links. No, I’m not advocating war, but it is a central component to our freedom then, our freedom since, our freedom now and our freedom in the future. I’m glorifying the price of independence, not war.
WE WENT TO WAR TO WIN FREEDOM AND THEN PROTECT IT
Here’s a list of war films that I’ve reviewed. Although I’ve included comedies, I’m not making a mockery of the seriousness of war, but just being inclusive of all war films I’ve reviewed. Happy Fourth of July!
Overview of D-Day films | Films for Veterans Day
‘Battle of the Bulge’ | ‘The Bedford Incident’ | ‘The Big Red One’
‘A Bridge Too Far’ | ‘Beachhead’ | ‘The Caine Mutiny’
‘Cross of Iron’ | ‘Down Periscope’ | ‘The Eagle Has Landed’
‘Enemy at the Gates’ | ‘Eye of the Needle’ | ‘Father Goose’
‘The Final Countdown’ | ‘Full Metal Jacket’ | ‘The Great Escape’
‘The Guns of Navarone’ | ‘The Hunt for Red October’
‘Kelly’s Heroes’ | ‘Midway’ | ‘Operation Petticoat’
‘Tora! Tora! Tora!’ | ‘Under Siege’ | ‘Where Eagles Dare’
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