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  1. All war movies ever made (1976-present)'s icon

    All war movies ever made (1976-present)

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. This is a list of all movies tagged with war at IMDb. Minimum number of votes to enter this list is 100. Feature films, videos and TV movies are included. Documentaries, shorts and TV series are excluded. Here's 1914-1975: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/all+war+movies+ever+made+1914-1975/olum/ Updated: Oct. 8. 2014
  2. All war movies ever made (1914-1975)'s icon

    All war movies ever made (1914-1975)

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. This is a list of all movies tagged with war at IMDb. Minimum number of votes to enter this list is 100. Feature films, videos and TV releases are included. Documentaries, shorts and TV series are excluded. Here's 1976-present: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/all+war+movies+ever+made+1976-present/olum/ Updated: Oct. 8. 2014
  3. iCM Forum's Favourite War Movies Complete List's icon

    iCM Forum's Favourite War Movies Complete List

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0.
  4. Real Life Horrors's icon

    Real Life Horrors

    Favs/dislikes: 28:0. Original IMDb list created by Dr-Faustus. [quote=Dr-Faustus]There can be no fictional film that compares to the atrocities of real life. Some of these atrocities, abuses, injustices and crimes committed have been documented. Unfortunately man has learn't little from his past. Hopefully these films will create awareness and prevention in the future. "Only by acceptance of the past, can you alter it".- T.S. Eliot. This list is dedicated to all those people working towards a peaceful, tolerant and harmonious world, and IMDb for creating the means for people to do so, through film.[/quote]
  5. Filmography of World History's icon

    Filmography of World History

    Favs/dislikes: 39:0. Global in scope and a practical tool for students and teachers of history, Deanne Schultz's "Filmography of World History: A Select, Critical Guide To Feature Films That Engage The Past" includes description and analysis of over 300 historical films. A companion to Grant Tracey's "Filmography of American History," this critical reference book selects movies that represent aspects of world history from the middle ages through the twentieth century. These films adopt as their subject a wide range of historical events, people and societies of Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Canada, and Latin America. Over half of the entries provide extended analysis of the historical interpretation the film brings to the screen. "Filmography of World History" argues for the potential of feature films to teach us about the past and its reconstruction in academe and popular culture. The book provides several listings of the films, the one shown here is the cross referenced list by time periods. These are divided as followed on this ICM list: 1 - 19 Medieval (c. 600-1500) 20 - 50 Early Modern (c. 1500 - 1800) 51 - 95 Nineteenth Century (1801 - 1900) 96 - 286 Twentieth Century (1901 - 2000) 287 - 292 Contemporary Note: I have ordered the list chronologically by the years the films deal with within these groups using the years the author has provided. In cases such as WW2 films that deal with the same years, these are ordered alphabetically within these years. For more detail about the specific years and regions of each movie, check out the book and/or download this excel file I made: [url]http://we.tl/vO29n6ik2d[/url]
  6. Guardian Top 10...'s icon

    Guardian Top 10...

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. Romance = 1-12 Action = 13-22 Comedy = 23-32 Horror = 33-42 Sci-fi = 43-53 Crime = 54-63 Arthouse = 64-73 Family = 74-82 (E.T. is #4) War = 83-92 Teen = 93-102 Superhero = 103-112 Western = 113-122 Documentary = 123-132 Adaptation = 133-142 Animation = 143-151 (Spirited Away is #4) Silent = 152-160 (Metropolis is #6) Sport = 161-171 Film noir = 172-178 (Chinatown is #2, Touch of Evil is #3, Double Indemnity is #4) Musical = 179-188 Martial arts = 189-196 (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is #2, The Matrix is #5) Biopic = 197-206 (Andrei Rublev is #1) Music = 207-216
  7. iCM Forum's Favourite War Movies Top 200's icon

    iCM Forum's Favourite War Movies Top 200

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0.
  8. War Films Compendium's icon

    War Films Compendium

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. A list of all War Films I have watched.
  9. CONELRAD 100's icon

    CONELRAD 100

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. Let's face it: That much touted American Film Institute list of a few years ago was one of the laziest exercises in modern list-making since Entertainment Weekly began publication. The average person could sneeze out a hundred films in their sleep and be reasonably assured of duplicating 75% of the AFI's stunningly mainstream cinematic enumeration. The CONELRAD 100, on the other hand, is a highly specialized and, in some cases downright obscure, round-up by and for the Atomic film connoisseur Many of these titles you may never have heard of. But that's what makes this list DIFFERENT, educational and, above all, FUN. Over the past four years, the editors of CONELRAD spent numerous hours watching and researching 300 motion pictures with Atomic and/or Red Scare/Cold War themes. From this collection we revved up the particle separator and painstakingly pared the list down to a clean 100. But unlike the AFI's collection, this list is not cast in stone. We invite spirited debate and submissions of Atomic tites we may have missed. CONELRAD will soon be presenting a fully searchable database of ALL three hundred films that we came across in determining the big 100. Eventually, we will repost a democratically elected 100, but for now we offer these films for fiery discussion purposes. So have at it!
  10. Paste's 100 Greatest War Movies's icon

    Paste's 100 Greatest War Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. War. What is it good for? Well, if nothing else, then a tidy template for cinema: conflict, clear protagonists and antagonists, heightened emotions, and a generally unpredictable, lawless atmosphere which—as per the western—has since the dawn of cinema offered an elastic dramatic environment in which filmmakers can explore men at both their best and worst. And make no mistake, the war movie is almost always about men. It’s the most masculine of genres, the fact that armies have throughout history often been almost exclusively male seeing to it that men almost always dominate these things. It’s a genre that emphasizes action and existential angst. It’s also a malleable genre, and one that could broadly include all manner of films that we ultimately ruled out of the running in this list. With this top 100, we’ve made the decision to include only movies whose wars are based on historical conflicts, so none of the likes of Edge of Tomorrow or Starship Troopers. We’ve picked films that deal with soldiers, soldiering and warfare directly, meaning wartime movies set primarily away from conflict, often told largely or exclusively from the civilian perspective—a category which includes such classics as The Cranes Are Flying and Hope & Glory, Grave of the Fireflies and Forbidden Games—didn’t make the cut. Post-war dramas, like Ashes and Diamonds and Germany, Year Zero, as well as films that go to war for only a fraction of the running time, such as From Here to Eternity and Born on the Fourth of July, were also excluded. Some tough choices were made on what actually constituted a “war movie.” Resistance dramas feature in this list, but Casablanca doesn’t appear. Likewise Robert Bresson’s A Man Escaped and Sidney Lumet’s The Hill. It was decided ultimately that the war was too much a peripheral element in these films. On the other hand, while both western The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and biopic The Imitation Game feature war prominently, they, like Casablanca (a romance with noir and thriller elements) plus A Man Escaped and The Hill (both prison movies), belong more obviously to other genres. We’ve also decided not to include movies which focus on the Holocaust here; those are set to appear in another feature entirely. Regarding the films that do feature here: our 100 hail from all over the world. These films were released as recently as last year and as far back as 1930. They range from comical to harrowing, action-packed to quietly introspective, proudly gung-ho to deeply anti-war. They are a diverse set of movies; they are also worthy of being called the 100 greatest war movies ever made. Published May 2017
  11. Gorro's War Top 100 - iCM Forum's icon

    Gorro's War Top 100 - iCM Forum

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. My top 100 list submission to iCM Forum's Favourite War movie poll.
  12. The 100 Best Films on World War II's icon

    The 100 Best Films on World War II

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. The 100 Best Films About World War II Not created by me.
  13. Friendly Fire Podcast's icon

    Friendly Fire Podcast

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. John Roderick, Adam Pranica and Benjamin Ahr Harrison are exploring titles from the entire history of cinema about every war, big and bigger. They discuss filmmaking, geopolitical history, nerd out about uniforms and equipment, and crack wise the entire time. To the victor go the spoiler alerts!
  14. Cinema and the Spanish Civil War's icon

    Cinema and the Spanish Civil War

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. A selection of 70* representative titles for the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Spanish Civil War (1936-39) by film historian Magí Crusells. Only films, fictional or documentary, released in theatres that take place, at least partially, in the war period. From the book "Cine y Guerra Civil española: imágenes para la memoria", Magí Crusells. Ediciones JC, Madrid, 2006. ISBN 84-89564-48-5. * IMDb missing entries: - Celestino García Moreno (1939) - Nos prisonniers (1937) - Frente de Vizcaya y 18 de Julio (1937) - Fin del Frente Rojo Cantábrico (La toma de Gijón) (1937) - Entre la esperanza y el fraude: España 1931-39 (1977)
  15. World War I movies's icon

    World War I movies

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0.
  16. The 50 greatest World War II movies by Time Out's icon

    The 50 greatest World War II movies by Time Out

    Favs/dislikes: 59:0. As Quentin Tarantino's outrageous men-on-a-mission epic 'Inglourious Basterds' hits our screens, we at Time Out (with the assistance of Tarantino himself) thought it would be a fine time to revisit that most cinematic of conflicts. Some of our choices are stone-cold action classics, others are arthouse masterpieces, but all are worthy of celebration. Sign up today!
  17. War sublist from 501 Must See Movies's icon

    War sublist from 501 Must See Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The official 501 Must See Movies is compiled from a list of about 50 movies from 10 genres. These lists use the second edition which contains between 50 and 60 movies in each genre and breaks them out into their own lists for easier completion.
  18. The Best War Films as seen by John Milton 's icon

    The Best War Films as seen by John Milton

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  19. Time Out New York 50 Greatest War Movies's icon

    Time Out New York 50 Greatest War Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 12:1. Fall in for TONY’s list of mighty military movies.
  20. Total Film's 50 Best War Movies's icon

    Total Film's 50 Best War Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs.
  21. Western Films I Have Seen & Want To See's icon

    Western Films I Have Seen & Want To See

    Favs/dislikes: 1:1. This list is a mix of traditional American westerns, Italian Spaghetti westerns, modern westerns and everything in between.
  22. Criterion War Films's icon

    Criterion War Films

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. The continuing cultural fascination with World War II has ensured that it’s the conflict most represented in cinema, and the Criterion Collection indeed contains more works about that massive conflagration than any other—whether harrowing dramas made right in its crosshairs (like Rome Open City) or poetic studies produced decades later (like The Thin Red Line)—seen through the eyes of filmmakers from many nations. But there are battle cries from other epochs in the collection as well, and taken together, these films embody a history of human combat, from the brother-against-brother bloodshed of the American Civil War (Ride with the Devil) to the trench warfare of the First World War (Wooden Crosses) to the jungle skirmishes of the Cuban Revolution (Che).
  23. Vietnam War Movies's icon

    Vietnam War Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. A list of movies about or around the Vietnam War, ordered chronologically (work in progress). Suggestions welcome!
  24. Nuclear war disaster movies's icon

    Nuclear war disaster movies

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. My personal list of nuclear war disaster movies. If you know a movie that is not on the list, feel free to contact me.
  25. Stuff's Top 25 War Movies's icon

    Stuff's Top 25 War Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. War movies, on the other hand, are great. Here are the best of the lot.
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