Discussion in 'WWII Films & TV' started by KodiakBeer, Nov 25, 2019.
I did. I think the film makers did a bang-up job. It really brought these WW1 soldiers to life.
The lip reading was spot on. That part was lost to history until we got that down.
I still haven't seen 1917..I'll pick it up soon and then head downstairs to the big screen with my mess kit and a canteen full of alcohol...it's a long way to Tipperary,
it's a long way to go.
Canteen full of milk.
Just sayin'. Boss Lady cried.
That was a brilliant idea on the part of Peter Jackson. Another was using WW1 vet interviews to narrate the film.
Finally watched it tonight without any interruptions...was expecting a whole lot of combat but sometimes less is better..after all of that carnage you would think no more after this one....the war to end all wars was the belief...excellant movie.
That flippin' rat...
I thought the real rat was the German pilot that they saved from his burning plane.
Could be, but it set the stage for even more "dog eat dog" fighting later.