|Syd Midnight - 2008-09-05 |
Not only is this one of the greatest war movies ever, the dubbed version is just as good as the subbed. And with a name like "Stalingrad", you know it isn't going to end with hugs and roses.
Fun Time Quiz: Can you spot the one moment here that nobody who ever sees this can ever, ever forget?
ps. It's not the T-34 doing a wheelie on a trench, though that is pretty wicked
|Doctor Frederick Odd - 2008-09-05 |
The name of this video is wrong. One of the germans said it. They are not German infantry, this is the German artillery.
Hm.. it's an anti-tank gun and a bunch of guys. "We're the artillery!" doesn't mean they're German artillery, it means they're on their own. And they can't do something like this twice.
|DopeFiend - 2008-09-05 |
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-09-05 |
Wait, I thought I saw a prostetic right arm. And puffing on a Russian stogie. I know at least one and a half of these are not hallucinations.
|Jeriko-1 - 2008-09-05 |
Hehe, doing a donut on the solider. Thats like the armor version of teabagging.
Yow, good point.
In high school I ate up WW2 books, and I could swear I read about a US tank that parked over a Japanese foxhole and suffocated the soldiers with exhaust fumes. I definitely read it, and yeah, sounds dicey to me, but that's the only way you could ever top a foxhole donut for sheer teabag factor.
|Camonk - 2008-09-05 |
Man, war looks awesome!
|Deconvolution - 2008-09-05 |
-1 for a molotov miraculously destroying a T-34 at 3:50.
That's what molotov cocktails were invented to do.
UnderANeonHalo is right; in Iraq I saw a Bradley Fighting Vehicle get hit by an IED full of homemade napalm, which killed both NCOs in the turret as they tried to climb out of the burning vehicle. The driver (separate compartment) managed to escape but could do nothing to help his buddies because the Bradley's ammunition had started to cook off. It took us an hour to recover the bodies. Multimillion-dollar vehicle destroyed by about worth of chemicals.
|Chancho - 2008-09-05 |
This movie is a Nazi apologist piece of shit, but the fighting scenes are cool.
How is this movie Nazi apologist? In that it depicts German soldiers as human beings?
It's about Wehrmacht conscripts, and there are hardly any Nazis. It was made by a liberal German director in the 80s, at a time when even mentioning Nazism in Germany was considered suspect.
I think there was only 2 or 3 Nazis in the movie, and they were either villains or giving the standard bullshit speech about God that all soldiers get before going off to war.
|Charles - 2009-09-08 |
Awesome. I'll have to see this movie.
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