Legend wrote:The closest one I can think of... is Saving Private Ryan. The only thing that I can think of that would be not true would be the the actual plot (how ironic). Besided the rescue mission, everything was super-realistic...
Karl Heidenreich wrote:Cross of Iron is an excelent movie. Saw it many years ago and read the even more years ago. Sam Peckinpah was the director and I think it was with Lee Marvin.
RF wrote:Having seen Band of Brothers I am left wondering whether some parts of the plot are a little far fetched, rather like the Winds of War.
Wasn't Winds of War fiction?
Karl Heidenreich wrote:In Band of Brothers, Chapter 4 "Replacements" you can see the 101 Division operations during the battle of Arnhem, near the Eindhoven zones. In it Easy Company tries to capture a town that´s ocuppied by the Germans. They got kicked away, even with tank support (Shermans and Cromwells) when they find a couple of German light tanks plus a Tiger which destroy all the allied armoured spearhead. It looks to me pretty honest.
Karl Heidenreich wrote:If we are talking about honesty in movies we can see that, also, in Band of Brothers final chapters there is a despiction on how "victorious" french soldiers are executing German prisioners.
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