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As one of the hottest genres, there’s never been a shortage of good war movies. Here are some of the highest rated war movies on IMDb, based on movies with over 20,000 viewer ratings and aggregated user scores…
6/6 brave heart
1995 English-hating epic directed by and starring Mel Gibson brave heart. Dramatize the life of legendary Scotsman, revolutionary and Scottish war hero William Wallace, who led an army against King Edward I of England in this bloody, battle-hardened 3-hour dramatization . The film was happily wrapped up by the Academy. brave heart It won an impressive five Oscars at the 1996 Academy Awards.
brave heart has been widely criticized as anti-English propaganda and, according to close scrutiny by scholars, is arguably one of the most historically inaccurate films ever made. His 8.4 IMDb rating is surprisingly high all things considered, even if the battle scenes with their cheesy scripts and clear agendas are pretty spectacular.
5/6 hell apocalypse
Director Francis Ford Coppola followed his two godfather A trippy, atmospheric Vietnam War masterpiece hell apocalypse. The 1979 film is set in a hazy landscape of vast jungles and Viet Cong-infested waterways in Cambodia as U.S. Army officer Capt. Benjamin Willard (Martin Sheen) is tasked with tracking down and assassinating Colonel Walter Kurtz (Marlon Brando). Rise from the red mist.
Kurtz used to be the leader of a US special forces unit, but now he’s gone insane and is waging a guerrilla war against the Vietnamese army.This film was inspired by a novel by Joseph Conrad heart of darkness, And it’s a terrifyingly poignant reminder of the extreme savagery of those who have an inherent sense of entitlement to being superior people.
Michael Curtis Casablanca I turned 80 last year, and my love for timeless classics has grown with each passing year. The film stars Hollywood great Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine, an American living in Casablanca, Morocco.
Rick decides to help his friend and ex-girlfriend Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman) and her husband Victor (Paul Henreid), a Czech resistance fighter, escape the Nazi regime. The 1942 romantic drama is a tale of redemption and the rekindling of lost love. This work of artful black-and-white filmmaking has firmly cemented its name as an irrefutable part of the legacy of Hollywood cinema.
Roman Polanski’s Academy Award Winning Film pianist Turning 20 in 2022 and after 20 years, an 8.5 rating with just under a million votes is quite a sensational rating and certainly reflects the film’s incredibly moving emotion. Based on the memoirs of Władyslaw Szpilman, a Polish Jew during World War II, the film chronicles Szpilman’s life as a noted pianist, and during his time in Poland under the anti-Semitic Nazi occupation. You quickly find yourself and your family in grave danger.
Trapped in the infamous Warsaw Ghetto, Szpilman fights for his and his family’s lives in this harrowing depiction of the horrors of the Holocaust and the devastation and devastation it caused. A sober picture that delves into the crisis of the Nazi regime, pianist is a haunting study of one man’s unwavering determination to stay alive.
2/6 Private Ryan
For Steven Spielberg, the 1990s Jurassic Park, Schindler’s Listand the 1998s Private Ryan, the director’s film won a staggering 15 Academy Awards combined, including two wins as Best Director. On IMDb he has a rating of 1.4 million, Private Ryan It sits on a formidable 8.6.
Set in the backdrop of World War II, the all-action epic follows Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks) and his company to find Saving Private Ryan after all three brothers are killed in battle. It’s on a mission to bring it home.The Spielberg classic is the flagship of all-American patriotic war movies. Despite its typical, perhaps largely predictable, Hollywood ending, this is a truly breathtaking cinematic achievement film, one that captures the blood, guts and inhumanity of war in a brilliant way. It’s immersive, uncompromising filmmaking.
1/6 schindler’s list
Based on the novel by Thomas Kinnelly Schindler’s Ark, 1993 screen adaptation, schindler’s list It tops IMDb’s prestigious list of the highest-rated war movies of all time and ranks sixth on the ratings site’s acclaimed Top 250. Another of Spielberg’s definitive wartime classics, his ’90s war films tell the truth and the awe-inspiring in a monochrome setting. The story of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson).
Schindler was a German factory owner, businessman, Nazi party member, and exporter of important munitions to the German army in order to shield and protect Jewish workers from Nazi gas chambers. used his powers as Ralph Fiennes plays Amon Gase, one of cinema’s most evil characters. Amon Geeth is a prominent Nazi officer and his infamous SS officer who is the main antagonist of the film.