Every year, countless films and filmmakers do their best for a small golden man. But sometimes think about it, it is inevitable that some types of films will compete for a trophy. Then below we recommend the top ten war films. If you love watching movies, then you must look down.
1. Life Is Beautiful
The film is directed by Roberto Bernini, a feature film starring Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Blaschi, and George Cantalini. On December 20, 1997, the film was released in Italy.
The film tells the story of a pair of Jewish fathers and sons being sent to the Nazi concentration camp. The father used his imagination to lie that they were in a game. Finally, the father let his son's child's heart not be hurt, but he was tragic. In 1999, the film won the Best Foreign Language Film, Best Actor, Best Soundtrack Award in the 71st Oscar Awards.
The film is directed by Roman Polanski, Adrien Brody, Emilia Fox, Micho Zamboroki, Ed Stoppard and other films of the war. The film was released in France on September 25, 2002.
Based on the autobiography of the Polish Jewish composer and pianist Pielman, the film depicts a story of a Polish Jewish pianist who survived hard times during World War II.
The film is based on the Schindler's List by Australian novelist Thomas Kennelly. It was a film directed by Steven Spielberg in 1993.
The film recreates the true historical events of German entrepreneur Oskar Schindler and his wife Emily Schindler during the Second World War to protect more than 1,200 Jews from fascism. The film won the 7th Grand Prize of the 66th Academy Awards and 7 Grand Prizes of the 51st Golden Globe Awards.
4.Saving Private Ryan
The film is a war film produced by DreamWorks in 1998, directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Hanks, Tom Seymour and Matt Damon. The film was released in the United States on July 24, 1998.
After the film description of Normandy's landing, four of Ryan's sons who participated in the front line, except for the younger son of the 101st Airborne Division, James Ryan, who is still missing, the other three sons have been fighting in two weeks. dead. US Army Chief of Staff General Marshall learned that after this incident, humane considerations, the front line organized an eight-person squad to find the second-class soldier James Ryan, who was still alive and dead in the sea of mandarin and bullets, and sent him back safely. rear. On December 17, 2014, the film was selected for the 2014 US National Treasure Movies list.
5.La grande vadrouille
The film is a war comedy film produced by Les Films Corona. The film was directed by Geral Uri, performed by Louis de Fiennes and André Bulville, and was released in France on December 8, 1966.
The film tells the story of a thrilling, humorous and funny escape story of a British Royal Air Force bomber with the help of the French during World War II.
The film is a plot film produced by Touchstone in 2001. Directed by Michael Bay, Ben Affleck, Kate Beckinsale and Josh Harnett starred in the competition. The film was released in North America on May 25, 2001.
The film tells that the good brothers, Leif and Danny, met the female nurse Evelyn when they joined the army. Reeve took the initiative to participate in the British Air Force's operations and was shot down into the sea. And Evelyn learned that the sadness was extremely painful. Danny and Evelyn are slowly approaching each other, loving each other, and finally having a one-night stand.
The film is a biography of Ben Affleck, starring Ben Affleck and John Goodman.
The film tells that the US Embassy in Iran was surrounded by an Iranian people's group that had just won the Islamic Revolution. Six American diplomats and civilians were detained as hostages for 444 days. During the period, a CIA agent, Tony Mendes, who was well versed in camouflage skills, planned a rescue plan to successfully remove six US diplomats trapped in the Canadian Embassy in Iran. The film won the 85th Academy Award for Best Picture.
The film is a war film directed by Quentin Tarantino and Eli Ross, Melanie Roland, Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger, Christopher Waltz and Michael Law Spendt and other co-stars appeared. The film was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France on May 20, 2009.
The story of the movie took place during World War II, when a group of guilty American soldiers were supposed to be sentenced to death, but in a very special period they adopted a very policy, they were allowed to take sins to go to justice - to go deep into the Nazi-occupied France to carry out a dangerous mission. The mission code is “Keno Action”.
The film is a historical film produced by the 20th Century Fox Film Company in 1970. The film is directed by Franklin Svanna, starring George C. Scott, Carl Malden, and James Edwards.
The film mainly introduces the German counterattack led by Marshal Rommel, nicknamed "Desert Fox" in North Africa in 1943, and launched a large-scale battle. As a result, the US military suffered a disastrous story. The film was released in 1970 and won 7 awards for the 43rd Oscar for Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Director.
The film is adapted from the novel of the same name by British laurel writer Mike Mobeg, directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Jeremy Evan, Peter Moulin and Emily Watson. The film was released in the United States on December 25, 2011.
The film was launched from the perspective of a farm horse named Joey. The first world war broke out in 1914. A father of a British farm boy Albert, in order to maintain the farm, sold Joey to the army and transported it to the front. Arms materials. Albert and his beloved horse had to be separated, but the fate of their separation was again re-interlaced by the First World War.