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Post by TrueCommunistDoggo on Mon Jul 10, 2017 3:32 am

Band Of Brothers? I know it's not a movie (it's a TV series) but it is an amazing watch and very historically accurate. It's also based of off the book by the same name which I would also recommend.
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Post by Johann Tserclaes on Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:01 pm

Carl Hamilton wrote:The danish TV series 1864 has a very reasonable battle scene which lasts nearly a whole episode. Since It was impossible to find online, I uploaded it myself some time ago, and made a few subtitles for it. It isn't listed on youtube to avoid copyright stuff but here it is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUud0nylj7Y&lc=z13cuxub3nv3zrxk422jzblrbumrtvl5q04

Also I think someone said Enemy at the Gates was historical, it's one of the most historically inaccurate movies on the subject.

Holy cow that was intense
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Post by DukeOfTea on Mon Jul 10, 2017 5:11 pm

If I'm remembering right, there's a film about Micheal Collins, if you'd like to see a movie about the Irish struggle for independence. I believe it goes from 1916 all the way to the Béal na Bláth ambush, so it covers the rising, independence war, and the Civil war. I haven't seen it in ages and barely remember it, but since it's about MC I could only presume that it has a slight Pro-Treaty Bias.
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Re: Historically accurate movies

Post by Königreich Preußen on Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:37 am

The Battle of Waterloo (1970)
All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
And its not a movie but Generation War is a German TV series that shows WW2 from the perspective of the Germans. And the Danish series 1864 is definitely worth watching where you can find it, its about the perspective of Danes during the Second Schleswig War.
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Post by CptCrape on Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:39 am

Königreich Preußen wrote:Generation War is a German TV series that shows WW2 from the perspective of the Germans.
Damn, in Germany? That's surprising for a country built on self loathing.
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Post by Königreich Preußen on Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:44 am

Yeah, was surprised for me as well
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Post by Cold War Communist on Tue Jul 11, 2017 10:59 pm

The opening battle of Gladiator between the Romans and the Barbarians is pretty accurate as far as Rome goes.
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Re: Historically accurate movies

Post by Bowtie on Wed Jul 12, 2017 5:17 pm

Tora Tora Tora,
The longest day,
Patton,

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Re: Historically accurate movies

Post by EmperorTigerstar on Thu Jul 13, 2017 5:40 am

SamSkey wrote:
EmperorTigerstar wrote:Tora Tora Tora is one of the most accurate war movies I've ever seen. It may not be the most action packed, but they got every detail correct.

I've heard about it, but I have never seen it. How many stars out of ten would you rate it?


Accuracy: 10/10
My enjoyment: 8/10

It's long and occasionally slow but worth it for its accuracy.
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Post by DuceMoosolini on Fri Jul 14, 2017 4:12 pm

I saw a review of Waterloo on the History Buffs Youtube channel that makes it sound pretty interesting. It's supposed to be very accurate, and it was filmed with tens of thousands of real-life extras from the Red Army, so the battle scenes are reenacted with real people, uniforms, weapons, and explosives. The clips he showed were magnificent. I'm waiting for a chance to check it out.
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Post by CptCrape on Fri Jul 14, 2017 10:48 pm

DuceMoosolini wrote:I saw a review of Waterloo on the History Buffs Youtube channel that makes it sound pretty interesting. It's supposed to be very accurate, and it was filmed with tens of thousands of real-life extras from the Red Army, so the battle scenes are reenacted with real people, uniforms, weapons, and explosives. The clips he showed were magnificent. I'm waiting for a chance to check it out.
I love that channel, one of my favorites.
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Re: Historically accurate movies

Post by Johnnythewizard on Wed Jul 26, 2017 11:15 pm

I'd like to bring up a Soviet film: Waterloo. It's a 3-hour plus movie about the battle mentioned in the title. While you'd probably watch a dub of it, it is still a very accurate movie apart from some small details. Plus, since it was made pre-CGI, every single soldier on the battlefield is a REAL person, the extras were all from the Red Army.

Besides Tetris, it has to bee the only good thing to come out of the Soviet Union.
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Post by CptCrape on Wed Aug 02, 2017 8:40 pm

Johnnythewizard wrote:I'd like to bring up a Soviet film: Waterloo. It's a 3-hour plus movie about the battle mentioned in the title. While you'd probably watch a dub of it, it is still a very accurate movie apart from some small details. Plus, since it was made pre-CGI, every single soldier on the battlefield is a REAL person, the extras were all from the Red Army.

Besides Tetris, it has to bee the only good thing to come out of the Soviet Union.
What about the first human in space?
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