It may be a mouthful, but don’t let this wonderful post-World War II era movie’s weird title stop you from seeing it.
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From Hawai’i to Hollywood and back again: Cunningham explains how 9/11 dramatically impacted his career and why the Mustang is his metaphorical vehicle of choice.
‘Darkest Hour’ is nominated for six Academy Awards and it is a masterpiece because had Churchill opened talks with Hitler, morale would have collapsed, Germany would have won the war, and this movie shows how close he came.
The film, produced by the U.S. War Department in 1943, depicts an ornery bigot on a soap box seeking to enlist fellow Americans to his cause.
We learn from this British police war time drama about the role of big corporations in the Holocaust. The worst, I.G. Farben, made gas for Auschwitz.
Filmmaker Jason Jones reflects on Hiroshima, American wartime racism, and the neglected classic film “Little Boy.”
The idea of losing German revenue, combined with peer pressure from the other studios, convinced most in Hollywood to ban movies critical of Hitler.
‘Dunkirk’ is surely the best Hollywood war movie since ‘Master and Commander.’ It may be an all-time classic. It’s historically accurate and moving.
A World War II Air Force veteran recalls preparing to ditch in the Sea of Japan.