From: Florahduh, yea that state.
Top Ten WWII film/series of Panzer's Media viewing pleasure.
1. Tali-Ihantala 1944...I have to say this just for the StuGs alone(also why I can watch Mr.Bean's Holiday cause of the StuG III G in it)
2. Yamato, First Japanese made film I bought on WWII, subject is the last voyage of the Supership and based around a 25mm AA crew.
This film is well done, the effects are outstanding, they actually built a set of part of the ship in 1:1. This film has made me look for the film "I will die for you" about a Divine Wind flight group in the closing of the war.
^ trailer for I will die for you
3. Beyond Enemy Lines, Which follows a group of Swede volunteers in the Finnish Army '42-44
4. El Alamein, prob the best film about the Italians in WW II, although Attack and Retreat(Italians in Russia) is close IMO
5. Enemy at the Door, BBC miniseries of the occupation of the channel islands, 2 seasons. Also see the series Island at War for something akin to this one.
6. Kokoda, prob one of my favorite films of the PTO, which I am not a fan of I admit, but this little known campaign(in the US atleast) def kept my attention
7. Piece of Cake, favorite film of the RAF.
8. Band of Brothers, even though it's got it flaws, and can be a bit cliche' at times, still for a 10pt series, it was/is very well done, and still holds it own against the newer The Pacific series
9. Das Boot. Full 4 hour mini-series, if you haven't seen this verison, you haven't seen anything. So much better than the common copy of the movie.
10.The Train..being a war and rail fan, this is one i can always watch
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