From: Oulu, Finland
Tell me if I'm wrong, but I think I saw a T-34/85 in the background in the beginning of EATG? I saw this movie only once, so I could be wrong... Anyway, that would be way before it appeared in the war. Bad mistake
Pearl Harbor was the only movie I went to the movie theatre to see and did not bother to watch to the end. An hour of Barbies and Kens kissing and the next hour just things exploding... boring! And the plot was over-predictable.
"A Bridge Too Far" is my favourite, followed by finnish "Unknown Soldier" (old version), and "Winter War".
"Full Metal Jacket" was my favourite when I was in the army... Every time I saw it, I always felt better thinking: "Well, it could be worse". And when I started grinning like a maniac, my trainers usually left me alone. They'd seen it too
Originally posted by Brent:
No one is mentioning "Enemy at the Gates" or "Pearl Harbor"?
EATG was very accurate, if a bit contrived. The German equipment, normally always a weak point, was very accurately modelled, especially the Ju-88's and the Pz III's