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Re: Movies

From: mreindl@p...
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 21:50:19 -0700
Subject: Re: Movies

When Trumpets Fade is good.  Produced by HBO, details the battles in the
Huertgen Forest during WWII, which was probably the biggest waste of
Allied men
and material in Europe.  Also Stalingrad (the original, but the remake
is OK


Laserlight wrote:

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>    Okay, time to spice up the list a bit.  My 12 year old (whose movie
> viewing I edit) is in Canada for 5 weeks and my wife (who turns pale
> at the sight of cinematic special effects, aka "blood") will be gone
> for two weeks.  So during that time I'll be able to watch movies that
> I've always wanted to watch but have too much violence and/or bare
> skin.  These movies are of course..what?  I'm looking for a) movies
> that it's reasonably likely my local video shop may have; and b) films
> which are either good SF and/or useful background for wargamers.
> For example:	Saving Pvt Ryan; Aliens; Predator.

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