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Join WatchMojo as we count down the top 10 twentieth Century War movies of all time.
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Is hoer has been fought with courage, selflessness and to startling sense of night, welcome to watchmojo.com and today we will be counting down the top ten 20th century war movies. [Movie Playing] Number ten, The Thin Red Line, exploring the spiritual of toll of killing for god and country in the pacific island’s this film poetically interest purses as the beauty of nature with the immense meaningless destruction of men. And it does this while simultaneously exploring the various view points and beliefs of Sea Company. Number nine, Gallipoli, several young men in list in the Australian army during the First World War. Soon after they loosed all sense of innocent and purpose as they begin of fatal attack at the battle of Nick. [Movie Playing] Number eight, Enemy of the Gates, following the natty envision of stolen grab a Russian sniper must confront his German counter part in the leveled city ruins. In the process this were tell becomes one of the most intense game of cat and mouse on the battlefield. Number seven, Saving Private Ryan, Steven Spielberg’s World War 2 office show cases both loads of soldiers storming the beaches of Normandy with great speed up cinematography and handheld camera work this film realistically captures the historical battle sense of outright confusion and blood shed. [Movie Playing] Number six, Platoon, a naïve college dropout volunteers for duty in Vietnam only to discover that war brings out the very worst in human nature. [Movie Playing] Number five, A Bride Too Far, the film tells the story of the allies attempt to breakthrough German lines and see several bridges in order to out flank them. Mostly successful they soon discover that they were overly ambitious in there goals. [Movie Playing] Number four, Full Metal Jacket, Stanley Cooper’s dark comedy is one of the most critical takes on the creation of America’s home groom killing machines. Plus no one can forget the film drill instructor the most found out and serious caricature of a military man ever recorded. [Movie Playing] Number three, All Quiet on the Western Front; despite its age this 1930 Oscar winner still has the power to move it’s viewers to tears. Focusing on a group of young German students who believe that war is heroic then less in World War 1, only to discover it’s brutality has replace any sense of glory. Number two, Paths of Glory, this World War 1 melodrama they tells the power gap between officers and the men who serve under them. Centered on a General’s order for his regimen to carry out a suicide mission they refuse and they’re leveled as coward. Sadly, even Kirk Douglas is sympathetic cornel cannot save the men from a firing squad. [Movie Playing] Number one, Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola a treads in realism for an overwhelming sense of madness, the result is our top film choice a picture that forever links right to the battlefield and the horse of warfare and no one can forget the battle hungry cornels love for the smell of napalm in the morning. [Movie Playing]