Best War Movie?

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Chef Boi RD
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Re: Best War Movie?

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Terrence Malik's 'The Thin Red Line'. Surprised nobody has mentioned this yet.
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RoyalDude wrote:Terrence Malik's 'The Thin Red Line'. Surprised nobody has mentioned this yet.
I think it has been said about 3-4 times.
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Culloden

Patton

Mash

Apocalypse Now Redux

The African Queen
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Re: Best War Movie?

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Topper wrote:Apocalypse Now Redux
Just downloaded the bluray version, gonna check it out, ciao for now!
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