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Worst War Movies Ever Made
Self | November 11, 2011 | PJ-Comix
Posted on Friday, November 11, 2011 7:18:37 PM by PJ-Comix
1. Battle of the Bulge—This movie was so bad and inaccurate that Former President Eisenhower held a press conference just to denounce it. Not only was it historically inaccurate with an absurd plot (a Boston police detective piecing together battlefield clues to help defeat the Germans) but the geographic locale was all wrong with the dense Ardennes forrest at times appearing to be a large western prairie. Okay, the Panzer Lied scene was kind of interesting but the rest of it was ridiculous.
2. Starship Troopers—Okay this was science fiction but did why did they insult the viewer’s intelligence by using obsolete WWI battlefield tactics a couple of hundred years in the future? Drone rockets could have nuked those bugs without sending troopers in with machine guns.
3. Naked and the Dead—Painful to watch.
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