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Poll From: 05/27/2013

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Which of these films honoring the military is your favorite? Submitted By BrittanyS1029, MI
Saving Private Ryan.
The Hurt Locker.
The Great Escape.
Black Hawk Down.
Pearl Harbor.
We Were Soldiers.
Vote
Comment on this poll
DAYOUNG
on 05/29/13
I haven't seen The Hurt Locker nor the Great Escape.
AARon8
on 05/28/13
Runnie59 liked this  
pearl harbor happened a lot of people died it should get 100 percent assholes
JuliaFaraday
on 05/28/13
Gader1 liked this  
Aren't all of these movies based on real wars?
Swaggerlicios
on 05/28/13
To tell the truth I olnly saw hurt locker
swagbrady
on 05/28/13
LilLiz85 liked this  
you should've had act of valor on their
peanutmachiela
on 05/28/13
Runnie59 and 1 others liked this  
I'm surprised that Taking Chance was not an option. It is an extremely moving movie that everyone should watch at least once!
Legolaslover
on 05/28/13
Runnie59 liked this  
me too!!! I just saw that yesterday for the first time, and loved it!!! I haven't seen any of the others!!! :\
mgtheman
on 05/27/13
"Honouring the military" is a fundamentally disgusting concept.
johnwx69
on 05/28/13
JuliaFaraday and 1 others liked this  
You're a disgusting concept...
nyneelie
on 05/28/13
JuliaFaraday and 1 others liked this  
Yeah, unless you live in a country where it matters......
nana94
on 05/28/13
Runnie59 liked this  
I liked Saving Private Ryan
Roxkiel
on 05/27/13
kmjkarma and 5 others liked this  
I don't watch military movies. It would have been nice to have the option to check "none of these." I'm going to choose an answer so I can get the SB, but it isn't accurate.
MpregAngel
on 05/27/13
dothackfan993 liked this  
i second this motion
GoodHeartedOne
on 05/27/13
Runnie59 liked this  
Advice: Read reviews on a movie to get an idea if a movie is good or not.
carcollector
on 05/27/13
Runnie59 liked this  
Mine was really "Bridges over Toko Ri" and one about the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Probably before your time. I haven't seen most of these. Should have the choice of "None of these." Thanks for the game.
Matttoye
on 05/27/13
Haven't seen any of them but hey thanks for "not" giving us the option to check none of the above!
swag2give
on 05/27/13
Gonna have to check out the others I haven't seen yet.
chipreal
on 05/27/13
#1-saving private Ryan
#2-A bridge too far.

are both good ww2 movies
a bridge too far tells a story on the failure of operation market garden.
JuliaFaraday
on 05/27/13
Saving Private Ryan...Jeremy Davies is so cute :)
Connorburke15
on 05/27/13
Saving P.Ryan!
Lovypumpkin
on 05/27/13
I agree
chizenthegreat
on 05/27/13
Pearl Harbor was A great movie
oneofakind7
on 05/27/13
mmmthasgood liked this  
I agree that honoring soldiers deceived of false freedoms attained through war is pathetic, meaningless n not worth dying for
CoryXD::2013-05-27 2".."+
on 05/27/13
Saving Private Ryan was my favorite!
happypeople
on 05/27/13
None of them.
Shigure4th
on 05/27/13
Tried to figure outtake purpose of this poll, then I remembered today is Memorial Day.
nygentleman
on 05/27/13
defiantly pearl harbor
KylieSwagg
on 05/27/13
Pearl Harbor is da best fo show!!! It's dope freshnessss saaaaan
nyneelie
on 05/27/13
What?
Cumbeeclan
on 05/27/13
nyneelie and 1 others liked this  
The Great Escape is my favorite of those listed (actually, Black Hawk Down is the only other one from the list that I've seen). My all-time favorite soldier movie is Sergeant York. I also love Bridge Over the River Kwai, To Hell and Back, Twelve O'Clock High, and Letters From Iwo Jima.
nyneelie
on 05/27/13
O-M-G
The cast was phenomonal.
Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, Noah Beery
You're right.
That movie was awesomeness personified.
Thank you for the jolt!
Didn't it win an Academy? I don't remember if it was Best Movie/Actor etc.
bluela
on 05/27/13
nyneelie liked this  
You offer a lot better options than the ones offered. But there are so many good ones, it would be hard to narrow down. I wish there were just a couple more older ones in these choices.
spunkygirl87
on 05/27/13
saving private ryan was so sad and intense
nyneelie
on 05/27/13
It's Memorial Day.
The poll makes sense if you understand
what that means in the USA.
It's basically remembering our fallen heroes.
If it weren't for them, Americans would be speaking
German.
The United States declared neutrality in 1914. In 1917, the United States associated with the Allied nations thereby changing the course of World War I.
World War II, the Normandy Invasion.
The rest as they say, is HISTORY!
A huge thanks to our soldiers!!
Past and Present.
daneishaa
on 05/27/13
nyneelie and 1 others liked this  
never seen Saving Private Ryan... nor have I heard of it.
MewMew34
on 05/27/13
12hungryearwigs and 6 others liked this  
Needs to be a "none" option. Never been a fan of war movies.
eca121096
on 05/27/13
me neither
LostPB
on 05/27/13
I don't watch war movies.
emilydiana3
on 05/27/13
harnzen and 2 others liked this  
Maybe I should be a Little Embarrassed but Ive seriously never seen not a One of those :/ so i just had to pick one
CallMeLee
on 05/27/13
sschmidt185 liked this  
we were soldiers
ElCoco1234
on 05/27/13
spunkygirl87 and 1 others liked this  
Swagbucks is crazy!!
lilsis21
on 05/27/13
this is strange
YBreault
on 05/27/13
Have a wonderful day.
Elibom
on 05/27/13
spunkygirl87 liked this  
Huh
JessicaJ1986
on 05/27/13
lol
Dallasdiva
on 05/27/13
Mama333 liked this  
I am a pacifist
swagpopsfodatazz
on 05/27/13
War, imperialism, and violence = peace
LOV333
on 05/27/13
I've seen Saving Private Ryan, Pearl Harbor, and The Great Escape.
I just picked Pearl Harbor randomly because I didn't remember watching Saving Private Ryan
until a few hours later.
WiccanLady
on 05/27/13
nyneelie and 2 others liked this  
There were a lot of good movies from the '40s and '50s. How about 'Away All Boats," loosely based on the ship my father was on.
teehouse
on 05/27/13
One of the best movies ever
hblack4d
on 05/27/13
nyneelie and 2 others liked this  
How about The Best Years of Our Lives, Since You Went Away (love the English Bulldog!), Paradise Road, South Pacific ... I think there are many movies out there better than the ones listed. But you can only vote for one, and there's a limit of six ... <sigh>
skye47
on 05/27/13
Indiamommy and 2 others liked this  
Should of been a choice of None of the above. I haven't seen any so this is a terrible poll.
rebecca1173
on 05/27/13
Indiamommy liked this  
well Saving Private Ryan was the only one I saw so I marked it...but I didnt like it....sooooo boring!!! but soem great actors were in it. There should have been a "none" option.
kingdionte10
on 05/27/13
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Navymom05
on 05/27/13
HangBurger liked this  
I have seen some of these movies.
hfrey
on 05/27/13
HI
Dannyboylol
on 05/27/13
These movies are awesome!
mangomochi729
on 05/27/13
CamsShel and 5 others liked this  
Okay, I'm seeing a lot of "these glorify war we hate this". And, of the several I've seen, almost all of these are the case. But, and I know, that one word can ruin almost any statement, The Great Escape is not like that. The Great Escape is a much older movie, with relatively primitive SFX, but it is about a group of soldiers in a German POW camp during WWII. It is not about the fighting, or the deaths. It is more of a heist movie- it's about the soldiers trying to escape the damn camp. And it's really, quite brilliant. It doesn't glorify war, it glorifies life, and everything meaningful in it. Don't bash movies you haven't seen, guys. Seriously. It's the exact same thing as judging books by their covers.

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