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    Just post the links, don't copy html embed codes here, they won't work.

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    Saving private ryan? im watching it now its on tnt, but at the end.

    I like any scene from Saving Private Ryan.. or We Were Soldiers. I cant think of a specific scene tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linedoggie View Post
    Quite interesting movie scene. Hard to adjust to the Soviets speaking Italian
    yeah, weird isn't it? I chose this one over a Russian language extract because it includes my favourite details from the scene- the guy who runs away because he's been shot in the eye and the guy who shoots the sheep out of frustration over his dead comrade.

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    all battle scenes from Band fo Brothers

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    Ride of the Valkyries - Apocalypse Now

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHjWD...eature=related

    Absolute classic
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdMillhouse View Post
    Just post the links, don't copy html embed codes here, they won't work.
    i never had trouble with em' before

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    I would highly recommend a German movie (with subtitles) called Stalingrad. The best scene is when the Germans and Russians are occupying two buildings adjacent from each other, but call a temporary truce so that each side can go out and collect the dead and wounded. Of course some nimrod fires off a round on accident and all hell breaks loose. It's truly a great film, plus it's available on Netflix. It was interesting to see the war from the german point of view.
    Besides Stalingrad, I like Cross of Iron. The opening scene with that child singing is quite haunting.

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    The entire Black Hawk Down

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    ya'll have never seen combat

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    GAC, I think the title is very clear...........

    I like Force 10 from Navarone...The movie with Harrison Ford.....or who can resist Patton? George C. Scott was over the top playing Patton......Karl Malden was great at General Bradley....A true Soldiers' soldier.

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    'Die Brucke'
    It is a German film from 1959 about child soldiers toward the end of WWII, they are ordered to defend a bridge where nobody expects them to see action so they can stay out of the war. But then the war comes to them.

    I realy recommend it.

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    9th company. gread movie.

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    We can't watch it... "This video is not available in your country."

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