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Global Top Ten War Movies Ranking   chatgpt   2023-07-08  

Bloody Battle of Hacksaw Ridge, Dunkirk, Pearl Harbor, Soldiers in the City, Saving Private Ryan, Bomb Dismantler Troops

1. The Battle of Hacksaw Ridge

"Hacksaw Ridge" is a war history film produced by Xiyi Pictures, directed by Mel Gibson, starring Andrew Garfield, Luke Bresi, Sam Worthington, Vince Vaughn, Teresa Palmer and Hugo Weaving. The film is adapted from the real experience of World War II Private first class medical doctor Desmond Dawes, telling the legend that he refused to carry weapons on the battlefield and saved 75 comrades in the Okinawa battle with his bare hands. In December 2016, 'The Battle of Hacksaw Ridge' was selected as one of the top ten films of the 2016 American Film Society. On February 27, 2017, won the Best Sound Effect award at the 89th Academy Awards. The film was released in the United States on November 4, 2016, and in China on December 8, 2016.

2. Dunkirk

Dunkirk is a war suspense film produced by Xinkepi Pictures and released by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is directed by Christopher Nolan, and starred by Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance, Harry Stearns, Christian Murphy, Finn Whitehead, etc. The film is adapted from the historical event of World War II, "The Great Retreat of Dunkirk." At that time, 400000 British and French allied forces were surrounded by enemy forces on the beach of Dunkirk. Faced with the approaching desperate situation, they had to fight for their own fate. The film was released in the United States on July 21, 2017 and in Chinese Mainland on September 1, 2017.

3. Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor is a historical American war movie released in 2001, directed by Michael Bay, starring Ben Affleck, Josh Hutchison and Kate Beckinsale. The movie is set in real events and tells the story of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The film showcases their friendship, love, and understanding of war from the perspective of two young pilots. The film is very shocking in the presentation of war scenes, and also depicts the impact of war on people's lives.

4. The Heavenly Kingdom Dynasty

The Kingdom of Heaven is a historical film directed by Ridley Scott and starring Orlando Bloom, Eva Green, Edward Norton, etc. The film tells the story of the 12th century, when the Kingdom of Jerusalem was in crisis, a blacksmith Ibelin's Berian defended the city of Jerusalem and fought against the Islamic leader Saladin who wanted to regain Jerusalem from Christians. The film was released in the United States on May 6, 2005. The filming of 'Kingdom of Heaven' was good, and Redley Scott's technique of describing the perspective of a personal hero is still old-fashioned. The actors' performances have also contributed a lot, and the plot and dialogue design are also profound.

5. 'Soldiers in the City'

Soldiers in the City is a film directed by Jean Jacques Arnold and starring Jude Law and Ed Harris, which was released in Chinese Mainland in 2001. The film is adapted from the documentary novel of the same name by the writer William Craig in 1973. It tells a life and death battle between the legendary sniper Vassily Chaiseff of the Red Army and the top German sharpshooter Major Kony in the Battle of Stalingrad. Novels and film creations are both based on real events. In the autumn of 1942, in Stalingrad, Hitler was frantically attacking the Soviet Union. At the beginning, the Germans easily destroyed the Soviet resistance. Finally, under the combination of the tenacious Red Army, bad weather, supply line problems and other factors, Hitler suffered a devastating blow, thus reversing the situation of the whole war.

6. Saving Private Ryan

Saving Private Ryan is a war movie produced by DreamWorks in 1998. It is directed by Steven Spielberg and co starred by Tom Hanks, Tom Sizemore and Matt Damon. The film was released in the United States on July 24, 1998. The film describes that after Normandy landings, among the four sons of Ryan's family who participated in the war at the front line, except the youngest son, Private James Ryan, who belonged to the 101st Airborne Division, is still missing, the other three sons have all died in battle in various places in succession within two weeks. General Marshall, Chief of Staff of the United States Army of the US Army, after learning about this, ordered the front line to organize an eight member team to find out the unknown Private James Ryan in the sea of people and the rain of bullets, and send him back to the rear safely.

7. The Demolition Force

The Hurt Locker "is a war themed film written by Mark Ball and directed by Catherine Bigelow. Jeremy Renner, Anthony McKay, Brian Grati and Ralph Vannes co star. The film was first screened at the Venice Film Festival in Italy on September 4, 2008. The movie mainly tells the story of a group of American bomb disposal experts sent to Baghdad on a mission. Every local person there is like a potential enemy, and every target is like a disguised bomb. They must be cautious and pay the price of their lives if they are not careful. The film won six awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, at the 82nd Academy Awards.

8. Assembly Number

The Assembly is a feature film jointly produced by Huayi Brothers Media Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Film Group. It is directed by Feng Xiaogang, written by Liu Heng, starred by Zhang Hanyu, Deng Chao, Yuan Wenkang, Tang Yan, Liao Fan, Wang Baoqiang, and specially performed by Hu Jun and Ren Quan. The film was released in mainland China on December 18, 2007. This is a film based on the Chinese Communist Revolution and the Korean War, adapted from Yang Jinyuan's novel Lawsuit. The film tells the story of the Liberation War, when Company Commander Tanzidi discovered the truth about the assembly ship and fought for honor for his comrades who sacrificed in the Ninth Company.

9. 'Day of Landing'

The film "The Day of Landing" is a war film co produced by South Korea and the United States, directed by Jiang Digui, starring Jang Dong-gun, Joe Odagiri, Fan Bingbing, etc. The film began to be released on July 10, 2012. The film, set in World War II, tells the story of two East Asians, Kim Junzhi and Tafu Hasegawa, who were dressed in German military uniforms during the Normandy landings campaign. The inspiration for the film comes from a photo in an American museum, but the specific story is not related to the real characters in the photo. Although there is a copy of the original novel, the director's real creative impulse comes from the photos of the unowned soldiers in South Korea on the day of landing.

10. Hunting U-571

The film Hunting U-571 is directed by Jonathan Mostow and starred by Matthew McConaughey, Bill Pexton, and Harvey Kyle. This film is adapted from historical data. The German army launched the Unrestricted submarine warfare in World War II. Their superior password communication ability often surprised them. This communication war can be said to be the fatal key to the victory of large-scale submarine war. This time, the Allies detected that there was a German U-571 wounded submarine in the North Atlantic, and sent a distress signal to the German army, So the Allies quickly and secretly converted a warship into a German repair ship, preparing to use the repair U-571 as a cover to forcibly seize the coder on board. Naval officer Taylor was ordered to carry out the ship seizure mission, and finally fought his life to send the coder back to the base.


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