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World War II Movies

How many of the top 10 World War II movies do you know? Let's see how many of them you can guess correctly before the time runs out!!!
Last updated: February 19, 2013
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Year
Movie
1998
Saving Private Ryan
2001
Pearl Harbor
1993
Schindler's List
2009
Inglourious Basterds
1996
The English Patient
1997
Life is Beautiful
2008
Valkyrie
2000
U-571
2002
The Pianist
1998
The Thin Red Line
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level 76
Jan 24, 2013
I guess this must be based on highest gross? Because I'm pretty sure All Quiet on the Western Front is generally better regarded than that turd Pearl Harbor. Hell, the Pokemon movie is generally better regarded than Pearl Harbor. But here it's #2.
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level 44
May 11, 2015
All quiet on the Western Front is set in WW1, not WW2
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level 5
Jan 24, 2013
Yes, they are the highest grossing World War II movies.
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level 5
Jan 24, 2013
And P.S.: Despite Pearl Harbor being historically inaccurate, I thought that it was a really good and enjoyable movie to watch!
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level 44
Jan 27, 2013
Brave comment, yet I happen to agree with you.
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level 40
Feb 20, 2013
Yeah, I've seen alot worse films than Pearl Harbour. U-571 is the real turkey here. And more historically inaccurate even than Inglorious Basterds (which is meant to be that way.) My 2 issues with the quiz are 1: I really think you need to say what the criteria is. I.e. highest grossing. 2: The oldest movie here is 1998. The eagle has landed, then longest day, bridge on the river quai... and... of course lawrence of arabia - by far the best WWII film of them all.
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level 5
Feb 20, 2013
Once again, from now on I will be sure to say what the quizzes are clearly about. And just on a random side note, I've only seen 4 World War II movies and all of them are from this list. To me, "The Pianist" is the best one and then after that it's "Saving Private Ryan".
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level 54
Jun 23, 2014
Kalbahamut, I am very pleased to point out to you that "All Quiet on the Western Front" could never appear on this list--it's a World War I movie. Ozchris, same with "Lawrence of Arabia." I do agree with both of your other sentiments, though. The Longest Day, A Bridge Too Far, Tora! Tora! Tora!, etc. were better than all of these.