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  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, Korean
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #102,610 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Denys D on April 15 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Film avec de bons acteurs connu.
Histoire simple, et simple prévoir.
Histoire sans véritable intérêt.
Non indispensable a une collection de DVD.
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By Jean Campbell on Sept. 21 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I touhgt it was a: "Saving Privat Ryan"
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Format: Blu-ray
ok but the story is not true
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Heavy Water Episode of Hogan's Heroes... March 4 2013
By Redbanks - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
Do you remember the episode from Hogan's Heroes where Hogan's team needed to thwart the German transport of a shipment of "heavy water" and the little French guy drank the water and soon learned that he drank heavy water. Historically no one at that point knew what heavy water was and how it was necessary to the development of a nuclear bomb because no nuclear bomb had been detonated at the point. Basically this movie is a well produced, big budget, awesome full cast and crew of that episode. If you demand historical accuracy, this isn't the movie for you. If you're okay with suspension of belief and want to watch a fun movie, you've come to the right place...
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Action, action, and just more action... Feb. 26 2013
By vmzfla - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
This flick is loosley based on the video game by the same name. It's a low budget yarn featuring Tom Sizemore, perhaps coming back from endless personal problems. A US Army unit during a routine mission is by chance immersed into the Battle of the Buldge. Then practically down to last man, inherites a mission that could determine the outcome of the war. The begining is quite promising, but as the film progresses it slips into some mindless dialogue and dimminished CGI effects. The Nazis are portrayed as dumb as rocks and are slaughtered in hordes. The culmination is what blossoms into a shootem-up movie version of the game. Great to watch with beer and pretzels!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Awful movie March 7 2013
By CarolePat - Published on
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I've heard of 'B' movies before -- this is a 'D' movie. Two pretty well known actors lure you in but the story was ridiculous & the acting was atrocious--all in all even the most avid military buffs (like my husband) wouldn't recommend ths movie.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A historical joke May 1 2013
By Dennis Brandt - Published on
Format: Blu-ray

War movies don't necessarily have to be dead-on accurate. Band of Brothers, the greatest of them all, takes a few historical liberties, and Glory, the best Civil War movie ever made, makes a lot of historical errors. Both films get away with it because they maintain historical credulity, and they are well made films. Company of Heroes doesn't come close on either account. Its low budget shows, and the story is so inane as to make a Vin Diesel film seem rational. Moreover, the biggest name in the film, Tom Sizemore, is fat as no soldier in the American GI was after spending six months in the field.

The film begins in December 1944 at the start of the Battle of the Bulge, a promising opening that soon deteriorates into absurdity. Our company of heroes is a small American unit cut off in the Argonne Forest. A German patrol comes down the road during the night, and the American boys hide in the woods. What are they doing while trying to escape detection? Smoking! As if the Germans couldn't see cigarette glow in a pitch black forest. Guess what? They can't! Not only that, the GIs are hiding behind trees half their body widths, and the Germans can't see them when they scan with their high powered search light. The Americans kill most of those Germans, escape, and take the place of a dead spy to complete his mission, which they discover has something to do with an atomic bomb, the concept of which seems to be immediately understandable to all of them. They have to contact a German spy in Stuttgart and hop a German prisoner train to get there. That's right: a German train going INTO Germany. To get on board, they shoot down dozens of really stupid Germans who continuously run single file into the line of fire. Despite their obvious presence on board, the train pulls out on time. The Americans arrive safely at Stuttgart now joined an escaped British airman and a Russian soldier. The Germans are waiting, but - you guessed it - fall by the hundreds as the Americans fight their way into town. While there, they kill a few more Germans for their uniforms and walk down the street speaking English in normal voices, the Russian included. Meanwhile, the Germans, although knowing they've been infiltrated, do nothing to increase security or locate their foe. The Americans meet their German contact, who, of course, is a beautiful young woman. She takes them to her house where she insists they are safe and, in a pointless scene, conveniently forgets to close the bathroom door so the film's hero can view some German booty et al. Once dressed, she informs them that the Nazi's first atomic bomb test had fizzled but a reluctant German scientist (her father we later learn but which we've already surmised) has resolved the technical problem. The Americans' mission is ensure a second A-bomb is deactivated and destroyed and the plans sent to the Allies. (Earth to writer: the Germans didn't have one atomic bomb, much less two.) And last but not least, in the big climax, an American bombing raid levels the atomic bomb factory but does so at such a low altitude that the explosions might take out the planes, too. (Earth once again to writer: The Army Air Corps never did a bomb run at that low an altitude.)

The film is a historical joke and not a very good film in any other regard.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
mildly entertaining but..... April 22 2013
By Richard McQuiston - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Mildly entertaining film. Unfortunately, what true events inspired this isn't in the history books. Most disappointing is the fact that the accuracy of uniforms, equipment, etc. Even historical accuracy would've improved the film. You must feel for Mr. Neal McDonough, who was in the extremely accurate "Band of Brothers" series, where accuracy and story were paramount! If you like seeing things blow up and the good guys prevail over the bad guys, you'll watch it until the end. Otherwise you'll go nuts watching a weak story, historical inaccuracy, and lack of attention to detail

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