A young girl is adopted by an aging couple in pre-war Germany and soon learns of the real world that works to break her down at every corner. Can her strength and bravery see through the Hell that is Nazi Germany or will she succumb to the madness of the Nazis and war? This was really a great movie and also a real bummer, but aren't most WWII-era realistic flicks anyway. Check out the trailer and see what you think.
Well, getting divorced, selling my home, filling for bankruptcy and finding a new plae to live is pretty time consuming but we will be back in full form in a month or so so be sure to look then for all things Weird WWII and Battleground WWII!!
This movie tells the tale of a love triangle just before, during and just after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It's jingoistic and pretty fun. It's your average big budget Hollywood flick but still has some merit to it. Check out the trailer and see what you think.
A veteran American tank crew tries to survive the last few weeks of WWII in Europe but the Germans seem determined to prevent that if possible. Can the crew of "Fury" survive the war or becomes it's latest casualties? This movie was fucking AWESOME!!!!!! Real kit and vehicles and to top if off a real PzKpfw VI Ausf E!!!!!!!! That alone makes it an instant classic and my friends this will be the WWII movie for decades to come!!! Check out the trailer and see what your missing!
Don't rent it just buy this bad ass flick! You'll thank me later,
Zhukov is your classic example of strict, bloodthirsty Commie commander who will do anything to achieve victory. During WWII he was in all the shit and really put the gun up to his men, literally, to achieve victory no matter the cost! Zhukov's military strategy would also lend him great respect from friend and foe alike and would be the driving force for Russian military doctrine for the years to come. Zhukov would be awarded the Order of Victory four times and would end up being one of the most decorated Commies during the war. But like so many in Stalin's sight, he was to ride the wave of his favor and discontent throughout his life. After Stalin's death, he would find favor in the government again and would hold several high posts until he went against the party hardliners one time to many and was forced into retirement. This brilliant commander would end his days writing his memoirs and again gaining favor in the new political climate of a new reforming Russia upon his death.
A true no holds barred commander of the mighty Red Army!