Ya that's from high-def digest. Here's a large thread on the topic that came up in the search engine: Most of the Paramount Blu-ray titles are around if you look for them. If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you grow your business. This scene should have been kept in the movie because it sums up the Johnson Administration's particularly McNamara misguided philosophy in Vietnam. Originally Posted by gbaby Man, was this response fast. The hits just keep coming when it comes to Mel Gibson.
The film depicts both side of the conflict realistically and draws the viewer in to the futility that was the Viet Nam War. But anyway, I guess one of them is preferred. Army in the Ia Drang valley in the central highlands of South Viet Nam. Review: Get it at Amazon! Hal Moore was used as a consultant on the film and he indicated it was done right. God bless our men and women serving our country.
But, I always shake any the hand of all U. Hal Moore and Joe Galloway it depicts the first battle between the forces of North Viet Nam and the U. Commanding the air cav alry is Lt. I support film - including yours! Commanding the air cavalry is Lt. Hal Moore and Joe Galloway.
We Were Soldiers Mel Gibson and Randall Wallace, the star and writer of Braveheart, reunite for this action packed war movie that features explosive battle sequences, thrilling aerial photography and unforgettable military heroes who fought for their country, their loved ones and their freedom. One highlight of the movie that, unfortunately, is only in the deleted scenes is Moore's post-battle meeting with Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and Gen. In fact it is not even in their inventory anymore. I'm a big fan of his work and this is just another fine addition. All Blazing Trailers videos include links to purchase the films where applicable. This movie is based on the book of the same title about the Battle of Ia Drang during the Vietnam War by Lt. So much has been made about Vietnam's controversy, but its great to finally see a movie of the men who fought it with dignity.
Is it the dts track, or the dolby? The training of the men involved in the months before the attack to their eventually deployment after the many months after the Gulf of Tonkin resolution is told here as well as the principal three days of battle as well. The ill-fated French bugler in the opening scene is Randall Wallace's son. Why is Paramount not making it in Blu-Ray any longer? Blucas, Doug Hutchison, Mel Gibson, Denis Leary, Marc Blucas, Josh Daugherty, Keri Russell, Barry Pepper, Don Duong, Ryan Hurst, Robert Bagnell, Jsu Garcia, Jon Hamm, Clark Gregg, Desmond Harrington, Blake Heron, Erik MacArthur, Dylan Walsh, Mark McCracken, Brian Tee, Simbi Khali, Jim Grimshaw, Edwin Morrow, Forry Smith, Steve Nelson, Vincent Angell, Michael Tomlinson, Keith Szarabajka, Tim Abell, Patrick St. Truly Mel has done a great job in playing dozens of heroes before. Mel Gibson acting was superior. A sort of homefront storyline in which she takes command of the military wives doing basic things as in taking care of their needs in the absence of their husbands but probably the best scene in which she takes it upon herself to notify them of tragedy in the Army's callous indifference.
Originally Posted by mcrexx Ya that's from high-def digest. However, I recommend this movie to all Vietnam Vets. Based on the book written by Lt General Ret. Mel Gibson plays a reserved and devout family man who is wise and strong on the battlefield with his men. The movie has its sad moments. According to General Moore all the other films about the war were not depicting the events as they truly were but had other agendas.
Col Hal Moore Gibson , a born leader committed to his troops. Today, when you see a man or woman in U. We will all come home together. The year is 1965 and America is at War with North Vietnam. Film trailers are inherently advertisements, and as such I present them here under fair use to our mutual benefit. But there is also another really good story told on the part of actress Madeleine Stowe who plays Julie Moore, the colonel's devoted wife. However, if you have a takedown request or question, please contact me directly at blazingtrailers gmail.
It is really a shame when the consumer becomes collateral damage to the studios' inability to fix on a format and end the format war. Hal Moor, played by Gibson, arguably is the only soldier who ever stood entirely for his men then or now , and this classic is the only movie of its kind ever made about and for the soldier on the battlefield. The fact that its a real person he's portraying only adds to it. Frys has a number here, Amazon has some. As well as the life of Colonel Moore and his family. The acting is phenomenal and the action is brutal and true to life.
No one ever thanked me for serving. . Heroism can be told without silly propaganda and that's what is seen here, with respect and honesty. You will be proud of purchasing and watching this movie. You may not like or enjoy war movies, or even support the ravages of war, but this movie is true to Moor's book he wrote about his men. The year is 1965 and America is at war with North Vietnam. Hal Moore Gibson , a born leader committed to his tro ops.