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  • Burial (2022)


    1h 37m

    4.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Harriet Walter, Tom Felton, Barry Ward, Charlotte Vega
    A small group of Russian soldiers have the task of taking Hitler's discovered remains back to Stalin in Moscow.
  • Hansan: Rising Dragon (2022)


    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Hae-il Park
    In 1592, Admiral Yi Sun-sin and his fleet face off against the might of the invading Japanese navy and its formidable warships. As the Korean forces fall into crisis, the admiral resorts to using his secret weapon, the turtle ship, in order to change the tide of this epic battle at sea.
  • The 25th Hour (1967)


    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    Cast:  Anthony Quinn, Virna Lisi, Michael Redgrave
    "The 25th Hour" is a 1967 drama film directed by Henri Verneuil. Based on the novel of the same name by C. Virgil Gheorghiu, the film follows the story of a Romanian immigrant named Johann Moritz (played by Anthony Quinn) on his last day of freedom before he begins serving a seven-year prison sentence for accidentally killing a man. This article explores the film's unique narrative structure, its themes of regret and acceptance, and the brilliant performances of its cast. The film's narrative structure is one of its most distinctive features. Rather than following a traditional linear storyline, "The 25th Hour" is structured around a series of flashbacks and dream sequences. These scenes provide insight into Moritz's past and help to develop his character, as well as to highlight his sense of loss and regret. Throughout the film, Moritz is haunted by memories of his past and the decisions that led him to his current predicament. As he spends his last day of freedom, he comes to terms with the inevitability of his fate and begins to accept his punishment. The film's themes of regret and acceptance are explored in a poignant and thought-provoking way, and the final scene is particularly moving as Moritz walks towards his prison cell, accepting his fate with a sense of resignation. Anthony Quinn delivers a stunning performance as Moritz, capturing the character's complexity and his sense of loss and regret. Quinn's portrayal of Moritz is both powerful and nuanced, and he manages to convey the character's emotions with remarkable subtlety. The supporting cast is also excellent, with Virna Lisi delivering a standout performance as Moritz's wife, who must come to terms with her own sense of guilt and regret. One of the film's central themes is the idea of inevitability. Moritz's fate is predetermined, and he is unable to change the decisions that led him to his current situation. The film explores the idea that we are all ultimately responsible for our own actions and that we must accept the consequences of our choices. The film's portrayal of Moritz's acceptance of his fate is both powerful and moving, and it serves as a reminder that sometimes the most difficult decisions are the ones that we must accept with grace and dignity. Another theme that is explored in the film is the idea of identity. As Moritz reflects on his past, he begins to question his own sense of self and his place in the world. The film's portrayal of Moritz's search for meaning and purpose is both poignant and thought-provoking, and it serves as a reminder that our sense of identity is often shaped by the decisions that we make and the paths that we choose to follow. In conclusion, "The 25th Hour" is a poignant and thought-provoking film that explores themes of regret, acceptance, and identity. Its unique narrative structure, combined with the brilliant performances of its cast, makes it a must-watch for fans of drama films. The film's portrayal of Moritz's acceptance of his fate is both powerful and moving.
  • Erna at War (2020)


    1h 37m

    6 IMDB

    Cast:  Trine Dyrholm, Ulrich Thomsen
    A woman disguises herself as a man to join the army in order to protect her educationally subnormal son who has been called up to fight in WW1.
  • All Things Fair (1995)


    1h 37m

    6.9 IMDB

    All Things Fair is a poignant and emotionally charged film that explores the complexities of forbidden love in the backdrop of World War II. Directed by Bo Widerberg, the film takes us on a journey into the psyche of a young boy, Stig, who falls in love with his older married teacher, Viola. The film is set in a small town in southern Sweden during the Second World War, where Stig, played by Johan Widerberg, is a 15-year-old high school student. He is a rebellious and curious teenager who is trying to find his place in the world. Viola, played by Marika Lagercrantz, is his beautiful and sophisticated literature teacher, who is married with a young child. As Stig becomes increasingly infatuated with Viola, he finds himself drawn into a world of adult desires and forbidden passions. Viola, on the other hand, is initially hesitant about her attraction to Stig but soon succumbs to her own desires. The two begin a secret and passionate affair, which is as exhilarating as it is dangerous. All Things Fair is a deeply sensual and evocative film that captures the turmoil of emotions experienced by Stig as he grapples with his forbidden desires. Johan Widerberg's performance as Stig is remarkable, as he portrays the character's innocence, vulnerability, and rebelliousness with great sensitivity and depth. Marika Lagercrantz's portrayal of Viola is equally compelling, as she captures the character's conflicting emotions of guilt, passion, and self-doubt. The chemistry between the two actors is electric and palpable, and the audience can feel the intensity of their love and desire. What makes All Things Fair particularly poignant is its portrayal of the social and political climate of Sweden during the Second World War.
  • Wolves of War (2022)


    1h 37m

    4.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Ed Westwick, Rupert Graves
    At the end of WWII, a tough British officer leads a band of Allied commandos into enemy territory in Bavaria on one last impossible mission to extract an American held hostage by the Nazis.
  • The Wedding Song (2008)


    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Lizzie Brocheré, Simon Abkarian
    Wedding Song (2008) is a French-language film that tells the story of Myriam and Nour, two teenage girls from different cultural backgrounds who are best friends in pre-World War II Tunisia. Myriam is Jewish, while Nour is Muslim, and their friendship is put to the test as the war brings with it cultural conflict and societal pressures that threaten to tear them apart. The movie explores the challenges that Myriam and Nour face as they navigate the complexities of their friendship amidst the turmoil of war. The girls are forced to confront the prejudices and divisions that exist between their communities, and their friendship is put to the test as they struggle to reconcile their differences. One of the most powerful aspects of Wedding Song (2008) is the way in which it explores themes of love and loss. Myriam and Nour's friendship is portrayed as a deep and genuine bond that transcends their cultural differences. As the war unfolds and their friendship is tested, the viewer is drawn into their world and becomes emotionally invested in their journey. The film also touches on broader themes of cultural conflict and societal pressures. Myriam and Nour's friendship is viewed with suspicion and disapproval by their families and communities, and their attempts to maintain their bond in the face of opposition are both inspiring and heartbreaking. Overall, Wedding Song (2008) is a poignant and deeply moving movie that explores themes of friendship, love, and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity. The film is a powerful reminder of the importance of human connections and the ways in which they can help us to navigate even the most challenging of circumstances.
  • Doom (2005)

    Cast:  Karl Urban, Dwayne Johnson, Rosamund Pike, Doug Jones
    Doom" is a science fiction horror movie that takes viewers on a thrilling journey into the depths of hell. Directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak and starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Karl Urban, and Rosamund Pike, the movie is a high-octane action-packed adventure that will leave viewers breathless. The story takes place in a research facility on Mars, where a group of scientists has accidentally unleashed a deadly virus that turns humans into monsters. When a team of space marines is sent to investigate, they find themselves in a desperate fight for survival against the rampaging creatures. Led by Sarge (played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson), the marines are a tough and hardened bunch who have seen it all. But as they delve deeper into the facility, they begin to realize that they're up against something far more sinister than they could have imagined. The action in "Doom" is non-stop, with the marines battling their way through wave after wave of demonic creatures. The movie is full of thrilling set-pieces, from claustrophobic battles in narrow corridors to epic showdowns in vast caverns. The special effects are top-notch, with the creatures looking suitably terrifying and the explosions and gunfire providing a visceral thrill. But "Doom" isn't just an action movie - it also has a strong horror element. The dark and eerie corridors of the research facility provide a perfect backdrop for the demonic monsters, and the movie does an excellent job of building tension and suspense. The sense of dread is palpable as the marines explore the facility, never knowing what horrors lurk around the next corner. As the movie progresses, the marines must confront their own demons as well as the monsters that are trying to kill them. There are moments of genuine emotion and character development, which add depth to the otherwise adrenaline-fueled action. Overall, "Doom" is a thrilling and entertaining movie that delivers on both the action and horror fronts. It's a rollercoaster ride of excitement and scares that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats until the very end."
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014)

    Cast:  Jennifer Lawrence, Stanley Tucci, Elizabeth Banks, Natalie Dormer
    With the Games destroyed, Katniss Everdeen, along with Gale, Finnick and Beetee, end up in the so thought "destroyed" District 13. Under the leadership of President Coin and the advice of her friends, Katniss becomes the "Mockingjay", the symbol of rebellion for the districts of Panem.
  • Stripes (1981)


    1h 37m

    6.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Bill Murray, Dennis Quaid, Bill Paxton, Sean Young
    At the end of a very bad day when he realizes his life has gone and is going nowhere, John Winger is able to convince his best friend, Russell Ziskey, whose life is not much better, to enlist in the army, despite they not being obvious soldier material. In basic training, they are only two of a bunch of misfits that comprise their platoon. However, it is still John that is constantly butting heads with their drill sergeant, Sergeant Hulka. Two of their saving graces are Stella and Louise, two MPs who get them out of one scrape after another. Their entire platoon is in jeopardy of not graduating. But what happens during basic leads to their entire platoon being assigned to an overseas mission in Italy, to test a new urban assault vehicle, the EM-50 project. John and Russell decide to take the EM-50 for an unauthorized test drive to visit Stella and Louise who have been reassigned to West Germany. In the process, the rest of the platoon, Hulka, and Hulka's immediate superior, self-absorbed Captain Stillman, get caught unofficially behind enemy Communist lines in Czechoslovakia. John and Russell, with Stella and Louise's help, will have to show their true mettle as US army soldiers and in the process test the capabilities of the EM-50 to rescue their platoon without the rest of the US army knowing what's going on, and thus without any assistance beyond themselves.
  • Hacksaw Ridge (2016)


    1h 37m

    8.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Andrew Garfield, Ryan Corr, Sam Worthington, Hugo Weaving
    The true story of Desmond T. Doss, the conscientious objector who, at the Battle of Okinawa, was awarded the Medal of Honor for his incredible bravery and regard for his fellow soldiers. We see his upbringing and how this shaped his views, especially his religious view and anti-killing stance. We see Doss's trials and tribulations after enlisting in the US Army and trying to become a medic. Finally, we see the hell on Earth that was Hacksaw Ridge.
  • Dunkirk (2017)


    1h 37m

    7.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Tom Glynn-Carney, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Harry Collett
    May/June 1940. Four hundred thousand British and French soldiers are hole up in the French port town of Dunkirk. The only way out is via sea, and the Germans have air superiority, bombing the British soldiers and ships without much opposition. The situation looks dire and, in desperation, Britain sends civilian boats in addition to its hard-pressed Navy to try to evacuate the beleaguered forces. This is that story, seen through the eyes of a soldier amongst those trapped forces, two Royal Air Force fighter pilots, and a group of civilians on their boat, part of the evacuation fleet.
  • Pan's Labyrinth (2006)


    1h 37m

    8.2 IMDB

    Cast:  Doug Jones, Ivana Baquero, Maribel Verdú, Ariadna Gil
    In 1944 Falangist Spain, a girl, fascinated with fairy-tales, is sent along with her pregnant mother to live with her new stepfather, a ruthless captain of the Spanish army. During the night, she meets a fairy who takes her to an old faun in the center of the labyrinth. He tells her she's a princess, but must prove her royalty by surviving three gruesome tasks. If she fails, she will never prove herself to be the true princess and will never see her real father, the king, again.
  • Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)


    1h 37m

    8.4 IMDB

    Cast:  James Earl Jones, George C. Scott, Peter Sellers, Slim Pickens
    Paranoid Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper of Burpelson Air Force Base, believing that fluoridation of the American water supply is a Soviet plot to poison the U.S. populace, is able to deploy through a back door mechanism a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union without the knowledge of his superiors, including the Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Buck Turgidson, and President Merkin Muffley. Only Ripper knows the code to recall the B-52 bombers and he has shut down communication in and out of Burpelson as a measure to protect this attack. Ripper's executive officer, RAF Group Captain Lionel Mandrake (on exchange from Britain), who is being held at Burpelson by Ripper, believes he knows the recall codes if he can only get a message to the outside world. Meanwhile at the Pentagon War Room, key persons including Muffley, Turgidson and nuclear scientist and adviser, a former Nazi named Dr. Strangelove, are discussing measures to stop the attack or mitigate its blow-up into an all out nuclear war with the Soviets. Against Turgidson's wishes, Muffley brings Soviet Ambassador Alexi de Sadesky into the War Room, and get his boss, Soviet Premier Dimitri Kisov, on the hot line to inform him of what's going on. The Americans in the War Room are dismayed to learn that the Soviets have an as yet unannounced Doomsday Device to detonate if any of their key targets are hit. As Ripper, Mandrake and those in the War Room try and work the situation to their end goal, Major T.J. "King" Kong, one of the B-52 bomber pilots, is working on his own agenda of deploying his bomb where ever he can on enemy soil if he can't make it to his intended target.
  • The Four Feathers (2002)


    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Michael Sheen, Heath Ledger, Kate Hudson, Wes Bentley
    Harry Feversham is a British Army officer. When his regiment is sent to fight in the Sudan, he resigns his commission. His three closest friends and fellow officers view him as a coward and each send him a white feather, a symbol of cowardice. His fiancée has the same view and does the same. Humiliated by this, Feversham sets off to the Sudan to redeem his honour.