Discussion in 'WWII Films & TV' started by PizzaDevil, Apr 13, 2009.
If I had gone into it cold I would have been asked to leave because I was laughing too loudly.
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I don't care that it's propaganda, I'm watching it!
"Overlord" is available on Amazon now. Boss Lady keeps threatening to buy it.
Propaganda films are in and of themselves of significant historical interest. They may have some significant production values but how and what they portray can be very illuminating. Such films as Alexander Nevsky or Triumph of the Will are classics in their own right and worthy of watching and discussing.( the latter is s bit long though).
For Historiography class at Purdue I did "The Effect of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact on German and Soviet Movie Making". (Prof. was a graduate of Moscow U. and a film buff.) "Nevsky" was one of the nine movies I examined.
Hi all - I originally posted under General Discussions, but just found this thread specific to upcoming WWII movies, so I wanted to throw our new indie film into the mix. Hope that's OK. We're an indie production company and have completed a movie, "DAUNTLESS," which will be coming out soon. It focuses on an SBD crew who are lost at sea during the Battle of Midway. We've got a trailer up on YouTube, if you'd like to check it out:
Having lost a bet with Boss Lady I am now officially committed to watching "Overlord". For my sins...
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New movie on the epic Battle of Midway. Out in theatres November 8, 2019. I cannot wait!!!
midway trailer 2019 - YouTube
Check out the trailer, link above, or "Midway Trailer 2019" into the YouTube search
Its made by Roland Emmerich, the German Michael Bay, so what could possibly go wrong?
So, there won't be enough explosions?
I just watched T-34. And yeah, it's Hollywood... or, actually Moscow I suppose. Not historically accurate, but a decent film with good production values and a fun, if rather contrived, plot. Sadly, no Zombies.
No zombies? I'll have to take a look.
Greyhound coming to the theaters June 12, 2020.
Hopefully the COVID 19 will be gone by then and I can go to see it.
Hopefully by then Tom Hanks will be out of quarantine in Australia...still waiting on that 8th Air Force movie from him and Stephen Spielberg.