War movies and role in perception managenent:-

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Movies have replaced, today, all other forms of entertainment. It has far more reach than media. Here are a good collection of war based movies.

POST 1900s

1. Apocalypse Now – (1979, Francis Ford Coppola, V) (Martin Sheen, Robert Duvall, M. Brando)
2. All Quiet on the Western Front – (1930, Lewis Milestone, WWI) (Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim)
3. Saving Private Ryan – (1998, Steven Spielberg, WWII) (Tom Hanks, Edward Burns)
4. Schindler’s List – (1993, Steven Spielberg, WWII) (Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley)
5. Platoon – (1986, Oliver Stone, V) (Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, Charlie Sheen)
6. The Bridge on the River Kwai – (1957, David Lean, WWII) (Alec Guinness, William Holden)
7. Patton – (1970, Franklin J. Schaffner, WWII) (George C. Scott, Karl Malden)
8. The Dirty Dozen – (1967, Robert Aldrich, WWII) (Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, Telly Savalas)
9. The Longest Day – (1962,Ken Annakin, WWII) (John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Robert Mitchum)
10. From Here to Eternity – (1953, Fred Zinnemann, WWII) (Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift)
11. Sergeant York – (1941, Howard Hawks, WWI) (Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan)
12. The Great Escape – (1963, John Sturges, WWII) (Steve McQueen, James Garner)
13. Battleship Potemkin (1925, Sergei Eisenstein, Odessa revolt-1905) (Alexander Antonov)
14. Das Boot – (1981, W. Ger. Wolfgang Peterson, WWII) (Jurgen Procnow)
15. The Deer Hunter – (1978, Michael Cimino, V) (Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep)
16. Full Metal Jacket – (1987, Stanley Kubrick, V) (Matthew Modine, Adam Baldwin)
17. Letters From Iwo Jima – (2006, Clint Eastwood, WWII) (Ken Watanabe, Kazunari Ninomiya)
18. A Bridge Too Far – (1977, Richard Attenborough, WWII) (Dirk Bogarde, Michael Caine)
19. The Guns of Navarone – (1961, J. Lee Thompson, WWII) (Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn)
20. Open City – (1945, Roberto Rossellini, WWII) (Vito Annicchiarico, Nando Bruno)
21. Midway – (1976, Jack Smight, WWII) (Charlton Heston, Henry Fonda, Toshiro Mifune)
22. Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo – (1944, Mervyn LeRoy, WWII) (Van Johnson, Robert Walker)
23. The Thin Red Line – (1998, Terrence Malick, WWII) (Sean Penn, Nick Nolte)
24. Tora! Tora! Tora! – (1970, Richard Fleischer, WWII) (Martin Balsam, Joseph Cotten)
25. Black Hawk Down – (2001, Ridley Scott, Somalia) (Ewan McGregor, Josh Hartnett)
26. Stalag 17 – (1953, Billy Wilder, WWII) (William Holden, Otto Preminger)
27. Battle of Britain – (1969, Guy Hamilton, WWII) (Michael Caine, R. Shaw, Laurence Olivier)
28. The Story of G.I. Joe – (1945, William Wellman, WWII) (Robert Mitchum, Burgess Meredith)
29. The Desert Fox – (1951, Henry Hathaway, WWII) (James Mason, Richard Boone)
30. Paths Of Glory – (1957, Stanley Kubrick, WWI) (Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker)
31. Wings – (1927, William Wellman, WWI) (Clara Bow, Charles “Buddy” Rogers, Gary Cooper)
32. Battleground – (1949, William Wellman, WWII) (Van Johnson, Ricardo Montalban)
33. In Harm’s Way – (1965, Otto Preminger, WWII) (John Wayne, Kirk Douglas)
34. MacArthur – (1977, Joseph Sargent, WWII, K) (Gregory Peck, Ed Flanders)
35. Pork Chop Hill – (1959, Lewis Milestone, Korea) (Gregory Peck, George Peppard)
36. The Big Parade – (1925, King Vidor, WWI) (John Gilbert, Renée Adorée)
37. Where Eagles Dare – (1969, Brian G. Hutton, WWII) (Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood)
38. The Desert Rats – (1953, Robert Wise, WWII) (Richard Burton, James Mason)
39. Battle of the Bulge – (1965, Ken Annakin, WWII) (Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw)
40. The Blue Max – (1966, John Guillermin, WWI) (George Peppard, James Mason)
41. The Caine Mutiny – (1954, Edward Dmytryk, WWII) (Humphrey Bogart, José Ferrer)
42. The Train – (1965, John Frankenheimer, WWII) (Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield)
43. Back to Bataan – (1944, Edward Dmytryk, WWII) (John Wayne, Anthony Quinn)
44. Many Wars Ago (aka Uomini Contro) – (1970, Francesco Rosi, WWI) (Mark Frechette, Alain Cuny)
45. Guadalcanal Diary – (1943, Lewis Seiler, WWII) (Preston Foster, Anthony Quinn)
46. The Big Red One – (1980, Samuel Fuller, WWII) (Lee Marvin, Mark Hamill, Robert Carradine)
47. Sink the Bismarck – (1960, Lewis Gilbert,WWII) (Kenneth More, Dana Wynter)
48. They Were Expendable – (1945, John Ford, WWII) (Robert Montgomery, John Wayne)
49. Closely Watched Trains – (1966, Czech., Jirí Menzel, WWII) (Vaclav Neckar, Jitka Bendova)
50. The Dawn Patrol – (1938, Edmund Goulding, WWI) (Errol Flynn, David Niven)
51. Sahara – (1943, Zoltan Korda, WWII) (Humphrey Bogart, Lloyd Bridges)
52. In Which We Serve – (1942, Noel Coward, David Lean, WWII) (Noel Coward, John Mills)
53. The Young Lions – (1958, Edward Dmytryk, WWII) (Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift)
54. Battle Cry – (1955, Raoul Walsh, WWII) (Van Heflin, James Whitmore, Anne Francis)
55. Flags of Our Fathers – (2006, Clint Eastwood, WWII) (Ryan Phillippe, Jesse Bradford)
56. Soldier of Orange – (1978, Netherlands, Paul Verhoeven, WWII) (Rutger Hauer)
57. Halls of Montezuma – (1950, Lewis Milestone, WWII) (Richard Widmark, Karl Malden)
58. The Fighting Sullivans – (1944, Lloyd Bacon, WWII) (Thomas Mitchell, Ward Bond)
59. The Bridges at Toko-Ri – (1954, Mark Robson, K) (William Holden, Mickey Rooney)
60. Destination Tokyo – (1943, Delmer Daves, WWII) (Cary Grant, John Forsythe)
61. Kelly’s Heroes – (1970, Brian G. Hutton, WWII) (Clint Eastwood, Donald Sutherland)
62. The Bridge at Remagen – (1969, John Guillermin, WWII) (George Segal, Robert Vaughn)
63. Sands of Iwo Jima – (1949, Allan Dwan, WWII) (John Wayne, John Agar)
64. To Hell and Back – (1955, Jesse Hibbs, WWII) (Audie Murphy, David Janssen)
65. The Lost Patrol – (1943, John Ford, WWI) (Victor McLaglen, Boris Karloff)
66. Von Ryan’s Express – (1965, Mark Robson, WWII) (Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard)
67. Wake Island – (1942, John Farrow, WWII) (Robert Preston, Macdonald Carey)
68. The Boys in Company C – (1977, Sidney J. Furie, V) (Stan Shaw, Andrew Stevens)
69. Objective, Burma! – (1945, Raoul Walsh, WWII) (Errol Flynn, Henry Hull)
70. Twelve O’Clock High – (1949, Henry King, WWII) (Gregory Peck, Hugh Marlowe)
71. Operation Pacific – (1951, George Waggner, WWII) (John Wayne, Patricia Neal)
72. Gallipoli – (1981, Australia, Peter Weir, WWI) (Mel Gibson, Mark Lee)
73. Flying Leathernecks – (1951, Nicholas Ray, WWII) (John Wayne, Robert Ryan)
74. Memphis Belle – (1990, Michael Caton-Jones, WWII) (Matthew Modine, Eric Stoltz)
75. Run Silent, Run Deep – (1958, Robert Wise, WWII) (Clark Gable, Burt Lancaster)
76. The Tuskegee Airmen – (1995, Robert Markowitz, WWII) (Laurence Fishburne, Allen Payne)
77. Kanal – (1957, Andrzej Wajda, WWII) (Wienczyslaw Glinski)
78. Courage Under Fire – (1996, Edward Zwick, Iraq’91) (Denzel Washington, Meg Ryan)
79. The Sand Pebbles – (1966, Robert Wise, China uprising 1926) (Steve McQueen)
80. 633 Squadron – (1964, Walter Grauman, WWII) (Cliff Robertson, Harry Andrews)
81. Casualties of War – (1989, Brian De Palma, V) (Sean Penn, Michael J. Fox)
82. Cross of Iron – (1977, Sam Peckinpah, WWII) (James Coburn, James Mason)
83. Force 10 From Navarone – (1978, Guy Hamilton, WWII) (Robert Shaw, Harrison Ford)
84. Hell Is For Heroes – (1962, Don Siegel WWII) (Steve McQueen, James Coburn)
85. Too Late the Hero – (1969, Robert Aldrich, WWII) (Michael Caine, Denholm Elliott)
86. Merrill’s Marauders – (1962, Samuel Fuller, WWII) (Jeff Chandler, Ty Hardin, Claude Akins)
87. Enemy at the Gates – (2001, Jean-Jacques Annaud WWII) (Joseph Fiennes, Ed Harris)
88. A Midnight Clear – (1992, Keith Gordon, WWII) (Ethan Hawke, Gary Sinise)
89. Dunkirk – (1958, Leslie Norman, WWII) (John Mills, Richard Attenborough)
90. The Green Berets – (1968, Ray Kellogg, V) (John Wayne, David Janssen)
91. The Story of Dr. Wassell – (1944, Cecil B. DeMille, WWII) (Gary Cooper, Laraine Day)
92. Three Kings – (1999, David O. Russell, Iraq’91) (George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg)
93. Operation Crossbow – (1965, Michael Anderson, WWII) (George Peppard, Sophia Loren)
94. The Naked and the Dead – (1958, Raoul Walsh, WWII) (Aldo Ray, Cliff Robertson)
95. Jarhead – (2005, Sam Mendes, Desert Storm) (Jamie Foxx, Jake Gyllenhaal)
96. King Rat – (1965, Bryan Forbes, WWII) (George Segal, Denholm Elliott)
97. Heartbreak Ridge – (1986, Clint Eastwood, Grenada) (Clint Eastwood, Mario Van Peebles)
98. Stalingrad – (1992, Joseph Vilsmaier, WWII) (Dominique Horwitz)
99. Torpedo Run – (1958, Joseph Pevney, WWII) (Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine)
100. A Walk in the Sun – (1945, Lewis Milestone, WWII) (Dana Andrews, Lloyd Bridges)

Civil wars

1. Glory – (1989, Edward Zwick) (Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington)
2. Gettysburg – (1993, Ronald F. Maxwell) (Martin Sheen, Tom Berenger)
3. North and South – (1985, Richard T. Heffron, TV) (Patrick Swayze, James Read)
4. The Red Badge of Courage – (1951, John Huston) (Audie Murphy, Bill Mauldin)
5. Shenandoah – (1965, Andrew V. McLaglen) (James Stewart, Doug McClure)
6. Gone With the Wind – (1939, Victor Fleming) (Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh)
7. Andersonville – (1996, John Frankenheimer, TV) (Frederic Forrest, William H. Macy)
8. Ride With The Devil – (1999, Ang Lee) (Tobey Maguire, Skeet Ulrich)
9. Gods and Generals – (2003, Ronald F. Maxwell) (Jeff Daniels, Robert Duvall)
10. The Horse Soldiers – (1959, John Ford) (John Wayne, William Holden)

Comedy Satire:

 1. M*A*S*H – (1970, Robert Altman, K) (Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland)
2. Dr. Strangelove – (1964, Stanley Kubrick, Cold War) (Peter Sellers, George C. Scott)
3. Mister Roberts – (1955, John Ford, WWII) (Henry Fonda, James Cagney)
4. Catch-22 – (1970, Mike Nichols, WWII) (Alan Arkin, Richard Benjamin)
5. Operation Petticoat – (1959, Blake Edwards, WWII) (Cary Grant, Tony Curtis)
6. Good Morning, Vietnam – (1987, Barry Levinson, V) (Robin Williams, Forest Whitaker)
7. Stripes – (1981, Ivan Reitman, Cold War) (Bill Murray, Harold Ramis)
8. Private Benjamin – (1980, Howard Zieff) (Goldie Hawn, Eileen Brennan)
9. Tropic Thunder – (2008, Ben Stiller) (Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Robert Downey Jr.)
10. The Secret War of Harry Frigg – (1968, Jack Smight, WWII) (Paul Newman, Sylva Koscina)
11. Operation Petticoat – (1959) (Cary Grant, Tony Curtis, Gavin MacLeod)
12. Top Secret! – (1984, Jim Abrahams, Jerry Zucker, David Zucker, WWII) (Val Kilmer)
13. How I Won the War – (1967, Richard Lester, WWII) (Michael Crawford, John Lennon)
14. What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? – (1966, Blake Edwards, WWII) (James Coburn)
15. McHale’s Navy – (1964, Edward J. Montagne Jr., WWII) (Ernest Borgnine, Tim Conway)
16. Wake Me When It’s Over – (1960, Mervyn LeRoy, WWII) (Ernie Kovacs, Dick Shawn)
17. Sailor Beware – (1951, Hal Walker, WWII) (Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis)
18. Operation Snatch – (1962, Robert Day, WWII) (Terry-Thomas, Lionel Jeffries)

From the exotic Indian Subcontinent(Alma mater language)

Sangam

Directed and acted by Raj Kapoor, Sangam was shot in 1964 and features IAF aircraft like Canberra’s and Dakota’s. The setting is the 1962 Indo-China conflict. It also features Rajendra Kumar and the beautiful Vyjayanthimala.

Right from the start the movie is entertaining and there is never a dull or boring moment. Plenty of memorable songs and the acting is superb. The costumes are beautiful and perfectly matched to the stars. This is one movie I will be watching again.

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Silsila

Produced and directed by Yash Chopra, Silsila was shot in 1981 and features IAF aircraft like Gnat’s and Mig-21’s. The setting is the 1971 Indo-Pak war. The aircraft shots were filmed at the Srinagar and Poona airbases. It has an all star cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Rekha, Sanjeev Kumar and Shashi Kapoor(Mig-21 pilot).

The movie is very entertaining with plenty of songs and dance. Amitabh Bachchan, as always, plays his role superbly. This is one of the all time classics.

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Aakraman 

This 1975 war movie was directed by Om Prakash and starred Sanjeev Kumar, Rakesh Roshan, Rekha, Ashok Kumar, Asrani, Rajesh Khanna and Farida Jalal.


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Refugee    Film Review@Planet Bollywood (External Link)


Line of Control

This 2003 film is the biggest of J.P. Dutta’s war trilogy. Dutta goes into the deepest recesses of the Kargil tragedy to emerge with a human interest story that is grand, passionate, heroic and tragic.

The film has a big star cast including Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgan, Sunil Shetty, Abhishek Bachchan, Akshaye Khanna, Manoj Bajpai, Ashutosh Rana, Karan Nath, Amar Upadhyay, Sanjay Kapoor and Himanshu Malik.


Vijeta  Film Review@Planet Bollywood (External Link)


Maa Tujhhe Salaam            Britain bans Maa Tujhhe Salaam!!! (External Link)

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Maa Tujhhe Salaam@Neptune Films (External Link)


Hindustan Ki Kasam: Battle for Peace   Film Review@Planet Bollywood (External Link)

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Sarfarosh  Film Review@Planet Bollywood (External Link)


Kohram  Film Review@Planet Bollywood (External Link)

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Mission Kashmir     

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Major Saab         Film Review@Planet Bollywood (External Link)

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Military Raaj 

This 1998 movie was directed by Sanjay Sharma and starred Mithun Chakraborty, Aditya Pancholi, Pratibha Sinha, Jaya Prada, Prem Chopra and Irfan Kamal.

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Soldier 

This 1998 movie was directed by Abbas Mustan and starred Bobby Deol, Priety Zinta, Dalip Tahil and Suresh Oberoi.

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Aradhana 

This 1969 movie was directed and produced by Shakti Samanta and starred Rajesh Khanna, Sharmila Tagore, Sujit Kumar, Abhi Bhattacharya and Farida Jalal. Sharmila Tagore won the Best Actress (1970) award for this film.

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Andha Naal  

This 1954 movie directed by S. Balachandar won the National Award (1955) for best feature film in Tamil. Renowned actor Sivaji Ganesan plays a traitor who aids the Japanese bombing of Madras in 1941.

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Army 

This 1996 movie was directed by Ram Shetty and starred Sridevi, Shah Rukh Khan, Harish, Monish Behl, Sudesh Berry and Roni.

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Dushman  

This 1998 movie was produced by Pooja Bhatt and starred Sanjay Dutt, Kajol, Shahzaad, Saeed Jaffrey, Ashutosh Rana, Manoj Bajpai, Pramod Moutho and Tanvi Azmi. Sanjay Dutt plays a blind ex-army Major who trains Kajol in self-defence.

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Prahaar 

This 1991 movie was directed by renowned film artist Mr Nana Patekar and starred Nana Patekar, Madhuri Dixit and Dimple Kapadia.

The film deals with the hitherto unexplored area of a soldier’s psyche. It depicts how a soldier’s fierce desire to root out the evil forces prevalent in society, matches his ambition to conquer the enemy on the battlefield.

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Aks 

This 2001 movie was directed by Rakesh OmPrakash Mehra and starred Amitabh Bachchan, Manoj Bajpai, Raveena Tandon, Nandita Das, K.K. Raina and Amol Palekar.

Mannu Verma(Amitabh Bachchan), who heads National Security, is in Budapest with the Defense Minister to get a floppy disk carrying the names of some dangerous people. It must be obtained before the future of our Nation is jeopardized.

At the same time Mannu has come to know that the Defense Minister’s life is on the line. He is being hunted by Raghavan(Manoj Bajpai), a coldblooded killer. So Mannu has his hands full with obtaining this disk and at the same time protecting the Defense Minister from the assasin. Sadly, the Defense Minister is killed and along with him the Floppy has also dissapeared. It’s now up to Mannu to find both the disk and Raghavan, who meanwhile is plotting to take the PM’s life next!

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Prem Pujari 

Filmed in Spain, Britain, and France, this 1970 movie was Dev Anand’s formal directorial debut. Ram (Dev Anand), a soldier morally opposed to war escapes from the army after being jailed for insubordination. On the run, he encounters Rita (Waheeda Rehman) whose single-seater plane has crashed and who embroils him in a spy ring he is determined to expose.

This involves impersonating a Tibetan and a Portugese and traveling to many international tourist spots before he destroys the spy ring which was leaking information about India’s military deals. However, he is too late from preventing Pakistan from attacking India in 1965 and, abandoning his pacifism, rushes back to fight the enemy and win his girl.

Even though the film proved an expensive undertaking that did not generate the box office payback Anand was hoping for, it’s lush S.D. Burman musical score and Anand-Rehman romance are worth repeat viewing.


Jang Aur Aman (War & Peace) 

This 2001 film by veteran documentary filmmaker Anand Patwardhan has won numerous international and domestic awards. Filmed over three tumultuous years in India, Pakistan, Japan and the USA following the 1998 nuclear tests in the subcontinent, Jang Aur Aman is an epic documentary journey of peace activism in the face of global militarism and war.

It promotes the values of nonviolence and religious tolerance espoused by Mahatma Gandhi, and is a critical yet even-handed review of the political, economic and historical forces that have pushed the subcontinent to the brink of disaster. It lauds the peace activists who oppose military jingoism, whether it originates in India, Pakistan or the United States, and argues that the only viable peace is one achieved through democratic rather than military means.

The Indian film censor board, however, demanded that Anand make 21 cuts to the film because of scenes that “may have the effect of desensitizing or dehumanizing people.”

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More Movies

Title Produced/Directed Starring
Burma Rani (1945) T.R. Sundaram T.R. Sundaram(Hero) and K.L.V. Vasantha(Heroine).
Saat Hindustani (1969) Naya Sansar/Khawaja Ahmed Abbas Amitabh Bachchan, Madhu, Utpal Dutt, Jalal Agha, Anwar Ali, Shehnaz, Madhukar, Surekha. Amitabh Bachchan’s first movie for which he won “Most Promising Newcomer” award.
Jai Bangladesh (1971) I.S.Johar Ambika Johar, Rajiv Johar, Kabery Choudhary, I.S.Johar, Madhumaliti, Dilip Dutt.
Lalkaar (1972) Ramanand Sagar Dharmendra, Mala Sinha, Rajendra Kumar, Dara Singh, Kumkum.
War And Love (2000) Mukesh Mehta/Vinayan Dileep, Laila, Prabhu, Vikram, Mukesh Hrishi, Kalabhavan Mani and Indraja.

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