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33351 No. 33351 ID: 5073b3
Best WW2 movie and vidya. Go.

I liked Fury a lot, and for vidya I had loads of fun with Medal of Honor: European Assault.
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>> No. 33353 ID: 70fa59
  This movie will give you PTSD. Hell, it gave the actor it.
>> No. 33356 ID: 0b7429
For as low budget as it was, The Bunker wasn't terrible.

It was so low budget, they probably blew their budget for the 5 seconds the MG42 fired on screen.
>> No. 33358 ID: 7feea4
  >>33353
Fun fact, the tracers you see flying over their heads aren't special effects.

They couldn't get the MG to run with blank ammo.

They loaded live tracers and aimed high.

IIRC the cow that is lit up in one scene is genuinely getting riddled with live ammunition.

In fact, just found the scene. That's no hollywood trickery.
>> No. 33359 ID: 70fa59
  >>33358

They also used live ammunition during the Village burning scene. That's why the main actor was so goddamn terrified, he knew that there was a very good chance that the P-38 pointed at his head could've been loaded and that if the actor playing the German wasn't careful could have very well blewn his brains out.

Come and See is one of those rare films that perfectly captures the horrors of war.

The scene were the SS soldiers massacre the whole village still gives me goosebumps to this day.
>> No. 33360 ID: 0ea1a5
  STEINER! HOW DO I RELOAD!?
>> No. 33363 ID: 3052f4
  A nice original plot
>> No. 33365 ID: e8a78f
I thought I was going to have nice relaxing time at home but come and see kept me riveted until the end
>> No. 33366 ID: 17e2ba
  I don't normally watch war movies- but;

Watch "Unsere Mütter unsere Väter".

It tells the story of five average Germans in WWII, from when they are ramping up the war with promises of rebuilding a strong nation, to when they are getting their shit pushed in by the Russians and Americans.

Kinda neat to see the other sides perspective and how the whole thing came down.
>> No. 33367 ID: faf5b0
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>>33366
>> No. 33369 ID: 570883
>>33366
It's a miniseries but it seems pretty good. I've only seen the first ep so far
>> No. 33370 ID: cfe73e
  >>33366
Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter | Episode 1-Part 1 [subbed]
http://dai.ly/x1au6hk
The lives of 5 friends in Berlin 1941, is tragically changed by the grim realities of war.
Episode 1-Part 1 of 2
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1au6hk_unsere-mutter-unsere-vater-episode-1-part-1-subbed_shortfilms
>> No. 33371 ID: cfe73e
  Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter | Episode 1-Part 2 [subbed]
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1b42xi_unsere-mutter-unsere-vater-episode-1-part-2-subbed_shortfilms
http://dai.ly/x1b42xi
>> No. 33373 ID: 1e7925
  >>33353
Fuck yes. There are parts of that film that are surreal, and you'll be going WTF, but at the end you'll appreciate the experience.

I will add the following films:
The Longest Day
Tora Tora Tora
A Bridge Too Far
Schindlers List
Run Silent, Run Deep
Stalag 17
Bridge Over The River Kwai

seems most of the recent WW2 films have left me a bit disappointed. Fury was OK up until the last 1/2 hour.
>> No. 33398 ID: acf9c2
>>33366
This movie, though a few things are incorrect (MG42 in 1941), it´s is very well made and really enjoyed it. And i do love it how the polish youth is pissed about how the polish partisans are portrayed there.
>> No. 33402 ID: cfe73e
  The 1969 film, The Battle of Britain, was released on Blu Ray and I was amazed that it actually looks quite good. The film lavishly used actual WW2 aircraft that could still be flown and fixed up many that couldn't. The old planes were manicured to more resemble 1940 aircraft (adding elliptical wingtips, period canopies and other changes) and made air-worthy for the film. Eventually 100 aircraft were employed making the film's producer in charge of the "35th largest air force in the world". The film used Spanish-built versions of the German planes such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighters and Heinkel He 111H-16 bombers. This film's use of spectacular flying sequences looked terrific in contrast with the unsatisfactory model work seen in previous air war movies like Angels One Five (1952) and was on a far grander scale than had been seen on film before. This cost a lot of money to produce and the film failed to make a profit (at the time, although DVD and Blu Ray sales have since moved it into profit). The film lost ten million dollars worldwide, mostly because of anti-war public sentiments at the time (1969) and bad critical reviews, but I recommend it.
War Thunder - The Battle of Britain https://youtu.be/ee8HUhwmIjw
Squire makes man humorous videos of the War Thunder, a World War II-inspired massively multiplayer online combat game for the PC and PlayStation 4. I was considering purchasing a PS4 just for War Thunder, but I don't like free-to-play games using micro-transactions. I would rather buy the full game (much later after launch, on sale) and unlock things by achievements. And I would prefer air war games focused on single-player campaigns and missions than multi-player furrballs.
>> No. 33404 ID: cfe73e
  Battlefield S1/E2 - The Battle of Britain https://youtu.be/52YOKT_O10U
For some historical context.
>> No. 33405 ID: cfe73e
  Battle Of Britain Theatrical Movie Trailer (1969) https://youtu.be/dqqZ99u4xGk
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