Top 31 Hollywood War Movies To Binge Watch

When a war breaks out, it is a nightmare for the people who live in the country. But from the entertainment perspective, “war” is a robust genre. It instantly makes you emerged in the essence of brutality, insanity of war, badass action of the protagonist, brilliant strategy of the soldiers, and adventurous thrill in the situation. Here we have enlisted 31 war movies to binge-watch. Below, the list is ordered according to the IMDb rating from high to low:-

Which Are The Top War Movies?

1. 1917

1917 ranks 1st on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings- 8.6/10

Directed by – Sam Mendes

Written by – Krysty Wilson-Cairns, Sam Mendes,

Starring – Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong, George MacKay, Andrew Scott.

Release Date – 25th December 2019 (India)

Run time – 1h 59m

“1917” is an epic war movie of 2019. The film is based on the tale narrated by Mendes by his paternal grandfather, Alfred Mendes, and it portrays the story of two young British warriors dedicated to World War I during the spring of 1917 who have been sent on a mission to deliver a message which will warn of an ambush during one of the skirmishes soon after the German retreat to the Hindenburg Line during Alberich operation.

The two have to evade enemy territory to deliver the warning in a rash and keep a British regiment of 1,600 men, which includes Blake’s own brother, from stepping into a deadly trap. They must give their all to succeed their mission while surviving the war to end all wars. It is at top on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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2. Life is Beautiful

Life is Beautiful ranks 2nd on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.6/10

Directed by – Roberto Benigni

Written by – Roberto Benigni,Vincenzo Cerami

Starring – Nicoletta Braschi, Roberto Benigni.

Released Date- 20 December 1997 (Italy)

Run time- 2h

 In the year of 1939, in Italy, Guido Orefice is a young Jewish man who comes to work in the city (Arezzo, in Tuscany) where his uncle Eliseo operates a restaurant. When World breaks out, Guido, his uncle Eliseo, and Giosué are seized on Giosué’s birthday.

They with another group of  Jews civilians are forced onto a train and taken to a concentration camp. After confronting a guard about her husband and son, and being told there is no mistake, Dora volunteers to board the train in order to be close to her family.

The movie depicts the story of a Jewish father and his family who are surrounded by Nazi death camps. Living in a hostile environment, he uses satire to protect his young son from the harsh realities of war. It ranks 2nd on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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3. Saving Private Ryan

Saving Private Ryan ranks 3rd on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8/6/10

Directed by – Steven Spielberg

Written by – Robert Rodat

Starring – Tom Sizemore, Matt Damon, Tom Hanks, Edward Burns.

Released Date- July 24, 1998

Run time- 2h 50m

In US  Washington D.C., at the War Department, General George Marshall discovers that among the four sons of the Ryan family, three were killed in that incident and that the fourth son, James, is assigned in the 101st Airborne Division somewhere in Normandy.

During the Normandy invasion of World War II, Captain John Miller is assigned the task of finding for Private James Ryan, whose three brothers have already died in the war. He chooses seven men from his company— Horvath, Reiben and Caparzo, Mellish and Jackson, medic Wade, Upham (an interpreter from headquarters). Miller finds out that Ryan is defending an important bridge in Ramelle. It ranks 3rd on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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4. Grave of the Fireflies

Grave of  the Fireflies ranks 4th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.5/10

Directed by – Isao Takahata

Starring – Ayano Shiraishi, Akemi Yamaguchi, Yoshiko Shinohara, Tsutomu Tatsumi.

Released Date – 16 April 1988

Run time- 1h 30m

Grave of the Fireflies is a Japanese animated war movie which based on the 1967’s autobiography of the same name by Akiyuki Nosaka.

An overwhelming introspection on the human cost of war, this animated fiction follows Seita (Tsutomu Tatsumi), a teenager responsible for the care of his younger sister, Setsuko (Ayano Shiraishi) after a bombing incident in America during World War II separates the two children from their parents.

Their story of survival is as heartbreaking as it is true to life. The siblings rely completely on each other and struggle against all adversity to stay together and stay alive. It ranks 4th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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5. The Great Dictator

The Great Dictator ranks 5th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.5/10

Directed by – Charlie Chaplin

Written by – Charlie Chaplin

Starring – Charlie Chaplin, Henry Daniell, Paulette Goddard, Jack Oakie.

 Released Date- October 15, 1940 (New York)

Run time- 2h 6m

On the Western Front in 1918, a Jewish Private (Charlie Chaplin) battles for the Central Powers nation of Tomainia and intrepidly saves the life of a wounded aviator, Commander Schultz (Reginald Gardiner), who carries important documents that could ensure Tomainian victory.

After twenty years, he still suffers from short term memory loss and leaves the hospital to return to his previous job as a barber in the ghetto. When he finally attempts to make understanding of his surroundings, he finds himself subjected to a dictator’s tyranny. It ranks 5th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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6. The Pianist

The Pianist

IMDb ratings – 8.5/10

Directed by – Roman Polanski

Written by – Wladyslaw Szpilman

Starring – Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Frank Finlay

Released Date- 6 September 2002 (Poland)

Run time- 2h 30m

The Pianist won Oscars for Best Director (Roman Polanski), Best Adapted Screenplay (Ronald Harwood), and Best Actor (Adrien Brody).

The story is about during WWII, acclaimed Polish musician Wladyslaw faces various struggles as he loses contact with his family. As the situation worsens, he hides in the ruins of Warsaw in order to survive.

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7. Paths of Glory

Paths of Glory ranks 7th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.4/10

Directed by – Stanley Kubrick

Written by – Humphrey Cobb

Starring – Ralph Meeker, Adolphe Menjou, Kirk Douglas.

Released Date- December 25, 1957

Run time- 1h 28m

Paths of Glory is based on the true story of the Souain corporals affair, when four French soldiers were executed in 1915, during World War I under General Géraud Réveilhac, for not following orders.

The night before the anticipated execution, Dax pursuits Broulard, at a ball, with sworn statements by witnesses attesting to Mireau’s order to shell his own trenches, in an attempt to blackmail the General Staff into sparing the three men. Broulard takes the statements but brusquely dismisses Dax. It ranks 7th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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8. Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse Now

IMDb ratings – 8.4/10

Directed by – Francis Coppola

Written by – John Milius, Francis Coppola

Starring –  Frederic Forrest, Marlon Brando,  Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen.

Released Date- 15 August 1979 ( United States)

Run time- 2h 33m

This film is loosely based on the 1899 novella Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.

The background was set in the Vietnam War. The film follows a voyage from South Vietnam into Cambodia ventured by Captain Benjamin L. Willard (Captain Willard) is sent to Cambodia on a dangerous mission to assassinate a renegade colonel accused of murder and who has won the trust of a local tribe.

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9. Brave Heart

Brave Heart ranks 9th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.3/10

Directed by – Mel Gibson

Written by – Randall Wallace

Starring – Catherine McCormack, Sophie Marceau, Mel Gibson, Patrick McGoohan.

Released Date- May 24, 1995 (United States)

Run time- 3h 2m

In 1280, King Edward “Longshanks” invades and wins Scotland following the death of Alexander III of Scotland, who left no heir to the throne. Young William Wallace witnesses Longshanks’ deception, escapes the deaths of his father and brother and is taken abroad on a pilgrimage throughout Europe by his paternal Uncle Argyle, where he is educated.

Meanwhile, grown Wallace returns to Scotland and falls in love with his childhood friend Murron MacClannough, and the two marry in secret. Wallace saves Murron from being raped by English soldiers, but as she fights off their second attempt, Murron is captured and publicly executed. So he along with his clan sets out to battle King Edward I of England for revenge. It ranks 9th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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10. Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia

IMDb ratings – 8.3/10

Directed by – David Lean

Written by – T. E. Lawrence

Starring – Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Alec Guinness

Released Date- 10 December 1962

Run time-  3h 48m

Lawrence of Arabia is an epic historical drama movie which is based on the life of T. E. Lawrence. He was a lieutenant in the British Army. He is asked by Colonel Brighton to moderately assess Faisal, their ally.

Lawrence is impressed with Faisal and seeks his assistance to plan an attack on the enemy. It reflects Lawrence’s emotional struggles with the personal violence inherent in war, his own identity, and his divided allegiance between his native Britain and its army, and his new-found comrades within the Arabian desert tribes.

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11. Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds ranks 11th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.3/10

Directed by – Quentin Tarantino

Written by – Quentin Tarantino

Starring – Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Christoph Waltz.

Released Date- 21 August 2009 ( United States)

Run time- 2h 33m

A few Jewish soldiers are on a confidential mission to seize the Nazi government and put an end to the war. Meanwhile, a woman wants to avenge the death of her family from a German officer.

Lieutenant Aldo Raine of the First Special Service Force rounds up and recruits Jewish-American soldiers to the Basterds, a paramilitary unit formed to infuse fear among the German soldiers by killing and scalping them. The Basterds include Donny “The Bear Jew” Donowitz and Sergeant Hugo Stiglitz, the latter a rogue German soldier who murdered thirteen Gestapo officers. It ranks 11th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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12. Full Metal Jacket

Full Metal Jacket

IMDb ratings – 8.3/10

Directed by – Stanley Kubrick

Written by – Gustav Hasford

Starring – Matthew Modine, Vincent D’Onofrio, Adam Baldwin.

Released Date- 26 June 2019

Run time- 1h 56m

During the United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War, under the ruthless command of Hartman, a few recruits face mental breakdowns.

Among the recruits is the overweight and dim-witted Leonard Lawrence, whom Hartman calls “Gomer Pyle”, as well as the wisecracking J.T. Davis, home he named “Joker” because he interrupted Hartman’s speech with an impression of John Wayne. After a bizarre event, the soldiers are left to deal with the war’s hellish uproar.

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13. Das Boot

Das Boot ranks 13th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings – 8.3/10

Directed by – Wolfgang Petersen

Written by – Lothar-Günther Buchheim

Starring – Jürgen Prochnow, Klaus Wennemann, Herbert Grönemeyer.

Released Date- 17 September 1981

Run time- 4h 53m

The film is based on the novel of same name written by Lothar-Günther Buchheim’s in 1973. The film is set in the background of World War II. This is about a German submarine patrols the Atlantic Ocean during manned by a crew that must contend with tense conflicts and long stretches of confined boredom.

While war correspondent Werner observes day-to-day life aboard the U-boat, the grizzled captain struggles to maintain his own motivation as he attempts to keep the ship’s morale up in the face of fierce battles, intense storms and dwindling supplies. It ranks 13th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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14. Pan’s Labyrinth

Pan's Labyrinth

IMDb rating– 8.2/10

Directed by – Guillermo del Toro

Written by – Guillermo del Toro

Starring – Sergi López, Doug Jones, Maribel Verdú.

Released Date- 20 October 2006 ( Mexico)

Run time– 1h 59m

Pan’s Labyrinth is a 2006 dark fantasy in genre. The story is set in the background of Spain during the summer of 1944.

Five years later the Spanish Civil War. The story blends this real world with a fictional world centred on an overgrown, abandoned labyrinth and a mysterious faun creature, with whom the main character, Ofelia, interacts.  Ofelia moves with her mother to her step father’s house.

At night, a fairy leads her to a faun who informs her that she is a princess and she needs to participate in three tasks to prove her royalty.

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15. The Great Escape

The Great Escape ranks 15th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb rating- 8.2/10

Directed by – John Sturges.

Written by – Paul Brickhill.

Starring – Steve McQueen, Richard Attenborough, James Garner.

Released Date- 20 Jun 1963 ( London)

Run time- 2h 53m

The film is based on a nonfiction book of that same name written by Paul Brickhill in the year of 1950. This is about the massive escape by British Commonwealth prisoners from POW camp. 

However, the film deviates from the original historical event depicted in the book for commercial purposes. During the Second World War, a huge group of imprisoned Allied soldiers, who once broke out of prison, are confined in prison with tight security.

They plan to make their way out of the camp with 250 men, not only to evade but also to pull out the German forces of the battle for searching the fugitives, to the point that as many troops and resources as possible will be wasted on finding POWs instead of being used on the front line in the battle. It ranks 15th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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16. Ran

Ran

IMDb rating – 8.2/10

Directed by – Akira Kurosawa.

Written by – Akira Kurosawa.

Starring- Akira Terao, Tatsuya Nakadai, Jinpachi Nezu.

Released date- 31 May 1985 (Tokyo).

Run time- 2h 45m

The film is based on William Shakespeare’s King Lear and includes segments based on legends of the daimyō Mōri Motonari.

The story follows – at the age of seventy, the Great warlord Hidetora Ichimonji (Tatsuya Nakadai) decides to divide his kingdom amongst his three sons. Taro (Akira Terao), the eldest, will rule over the kingdom. Jiro (Jinpachi Nezu), his second son, and Saburo (Daisuke Ryu), his third or youngest son will take command of the Second and Third Castles but are expected to obey and support their elder brother. Saburo defies the pledge of obedience and is banished.

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17. Downfall

Downfall

IMDb rating – 8.2/10

Directed by – Oliver Harschbiegel.

Written by – Joachim Fest (Inside Hitler’s Bunker)

Starring- Alexandra Maria Lara, Bruno Ganz, Corina Harfouch.

Released date- 16 September 2004 (Germany).

Run time- 2h 36m

This film is set in the background of the battle of Berlin in WWII when Nazi Germany is on the verge of downfall and depicts the final days of Adolf Hitler.

In November 1942, at the Wolf’s lair in Prussia east, leader of Nazi Germany Hitler selects Traudl Junge as his personal secretary. As the Allied forces get closer to nazi capital, Hitler and his comrades barricade themselves in Fuhrerbunker. Many vow to stand by Hitler but Traudl, his personal secretary tries to escape.

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18. Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge ranks 18th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb rating- 8.1/10

Directed by – Mel Gibson.

Written by – Terry Benedict( The Conscientious Objector)

Starring – Andrew Garfield, Luke Bracey, Sam Worthington.

Released date- 4 September 2016.

Run time- 2h 19m.

This film is based on a true story of Desmond T. Doss (played by Andrew Garfield ) who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor in spite of refusing to wield weapons on religious ground during WWII.

After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Doss is recruited in the army to serve as a combat physician. Doss was drafted and ostracized by his fellow soldiers for his pacifist stance but went on to earn respect and adoration for his bravery, selflessness and compassion after he risked his life, without fighting with weapon, saved 75 lives in battle of Okinawa. It ranks 18th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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19. Gone With The Wind

Gone With The Wind

IMDb rating- 8.1/10

Directed by – Victor Fleming.

Written by – Margaret Mitchell.

Starring – Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, Vivien Leigh.

Released date- 15 December 1939

Run time- 3h 58m

This is an American classic war movie in which a manipulative woman and a roguish man carry on a turbulent love affair in the American south during the Civil War and reconstruction.

The film starts with Scarlett O’Hara being strangled by her father’s decision of Ashley Wilke’s upcoming marriage to her cousin Melanie Hamilton. Next day, at a barbecue, the roguish Rhett Butler sees Scarlett on the staircase and expresses interest in her.

But doomed in jealousy, Scarlett proposes her love for Ashley. But he refuses. Later fate brings Scarlett and Rhett together and the story continues.

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20. Platoon

Platoon

IMDb rating- 8.1/10

Directed by – Oliver Stone.

Written by – Oliver Stone.

Starring- Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Williem Dafoe.

Released date- 19 December 1986.

Run time- 2h

Platoon is an American war movie released in 1986, directed and written by Oliver Stone. This film is based on the true experience of Stone as he volunteered in the Vietnam War.

The film is narrated from the perspective of a young soldier Charlie Sheen. He is a middle-class college student who volunteers for the war because he considers it as his patriotic duty, while his two sergeants (Berenger and Dafoe) argue over the leadership of the platoon.

The film depicts a platoon of American soldiers patrons, fights and dies in the jungle of Vietnam, dealing with the horrors of bloodthirsty warfare and the immorality of their political leaders.

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21. The Grand Illusion

The Grand Illusion ranks 21st on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb rating- 8.1/10

Directed by- Jean Renoir

Written by- Jean Renoir, Charles Spaak.

Starring- Jean Gabin, Pierre Fresnay, Dita Parlo, Erich von Stroheim.

Released date- 8 June 1937

Run time- 1h 57m.

The Grand Illusion (also known as La Grande Illusion) is a 1937 French war movie directed by Jean Renoir. The story begins with the background of the first World War, two French pilots Captain de Boeldieu (Pierre Fresnay), and Lieutenant Marechal (Jean Gabin) set out on a flight to inspect the site of a blurred spot found on photographs from earlier air reconnaissance mission.

They are shot down by a German aviator and aristocrat, Rittmeister von Rauffenstein (Erich von Stroheim) and both are taken prisoner by German ground forces. The film depicts the growing relationship among the French officers held as prisoners by the German government. It ranks 21st on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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22. The Deer Hunter

The Deer Hunter

IMDb rating- 8.1/10

Directed by – Michael Cimino.

Written by – Michael Cimino.

Starring – Robert De Niro, John Savage, John Cazale Meryl Streep.

Released date- 8 December 1978.

Run time- 2h 4m.

The Deer Hunter is an epic American war drama film written and directed by Michael Cimino. This is about a trio of Steelworkers (played by Robert Niro, Christopher Walken, John Savage) whose lives were changed forever after they fought in the Vietnam War.

The film is set in the backdrop of US-Vietnam War. This depicts the story of these three friends who join the army to fight in the Vietnam War but later are captured by the enemy force. They manage to escape but soon are separated and imprisoned again.

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23. The Killing Fields

The Killing Fields

IMDb ratings- 7.8/10

Directed by – Rollan Joffe.

Written by – Sydney Schanberg (The death and life of Dith Pran).

Starring- Sam Waterston, John Malkovich, Craig T. Nelson.

Released date- 2 November 1984

Run time- 2h 22m.

The Killing Field is a 1984 British biological drama film about Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, which is based on the experience of two journalists – Cambodian Dith Pran and American Sydney Schanberg.

The film is about Sydney Schanberg, a New York Times journalist covering the Civil War with local representative Dith Pran. Schanberg won’t have any problem departing from the country but the situation is not same for Pran.

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24. Black Hawk Down

Black Hawk Down ranks 24th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings- 7.7/10

Directed by-  Ridley Scott.

Written by – Mark Bowden (Black Hawk Down- A story of modern war).

Starting – Josh Hartnett, Tom Sizemore, Ewan MacGregor.

Released date- 28 December 2008

Run time- 2h 32m.

“Black Hawk Down” is a 2001 American war movie based on the 1999 nonfiction book if the same name written by Mark Bowden, about military raid in Mogadishu in 1993.

Following the ousting of the central government in 1993 amid the Civil War in Somalia, the United Nation’s security council authorizes a military operation with a peacekeeping statute.

After the majority of the peacekeeper withdraw, the Mogadishu-based military loyal to Mohamed Farrah Aidid declares war on the remaining UN personnel. In response, the US Army deploys three of its special forces- 75 Rangers, Delta force counter-terrorism operators, and 160th Soar Night stake aviator to Mogadishu to capture Aidid, who has proclaimed himself as president. It ranks 24th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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25. A Hidden Life

A Hidden Life

IMDb rating- 7.7/10

Directed by – Terrence Malick.

Written by – Terrence Malick.

Starring- August Diehl, Matthias Schonaerts, Valerie Pachner.

Released date- 13 December 2019.

Run time- 3h

Peasant farmer Franz Jagerstatter ( played by August Diehl) born and brought up in the small village of St. Radegund is working in land when war breaks out.

He marries to Franziska (aka Fani) (played by Valerie Pachner). As the war goes on, many capable men in the village including Franz Jagerstatter are called up to fight. Their first requirement is to swear an oath of submission to Adolf Hitler. However, Jagerstatter threatened to be executed as he refuses to fight for Nazi but finds strength in Fani’s love.

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26. Fury

Fury

IMDb rating- 7.6/10

Directed by – David Ayer.

Written by – David Ayer.

Starring – Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf.

Released date- 17 October 2014.

Run time- 2h 15m

In early April 1945, the allies make their final thrust into the core of Nazi Germany. Don Wardaddy Collier, an US army staff Sergeant in the second armoured division, commands an M4 Sherman “Easy Eight” tank named as “Fury” and it’s veteran crew of five members to embark on a mission that puts many lives in danger. The crew members realize the stake but still decide to attack on Nazi government.

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27. Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour ranks 27th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb ratings- 7.4/10

Directed by- Joe Wright

Written by- Anthony McCartney.

Starring- Gray Oldman, Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas.

Released date- 22 November 2017

 Run time- 2h 5m

This film is set in the backdrop of World War II when Nazi Germany’s Wehrmacht took off to Western Europe to threaten them to defeat the United Kingdom.

German government causes a discord between those who would compromise with Nazi and those who would not. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill faces confliction when he has to decide whether to sign a peace treaty with Adolf Hitler of Nazi or to decline. It ranks 27th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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28. The King

The King

IMDb rating- 7.3/10

Directed by- David Michod

Written by- David Michod, Joel Edgerton

Starring- Timothee Calamet, Sean Haris, Joel Edgerton.

Release Date – 2 September 2019

Run time- 2h 20m

Henry (called ” Hal” by his close friends), prince of Wales, and elder son of King Henry IV of England is un-interested in his father’s war scheme and to become the successor of his throne.

He spends his day drinking, whoring with his companion John Falstaff in Eastcheap. His father summons Hal and declared Thomas, Hal’s younger brother to succeed the throne. Shortly thereafter, Thomas dies in a battle of Wales.

Henry IV in his dying bed crowned Henry V as the heir of the throne. He determines not to follow his father’s footstep of violence and lead his kingdom with peace and conciliation with his rivals, despite his policy being seen as cowardly move. It ranks 28th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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29. Tropic Thunder

Tropic Thunder

IMDb rating- 7/10

Directed by – Ben Stiller.

Written by – Ben Stiller, Justin Theroux.

Starring- Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Steve Coogan, Robert Drowny Jr.

Released date- 13 August 2008

Run time- 2h 18m

This is about a crew filming a war movie when they are mistaken due to their attire and attacked by some local drug dealers. This film starts with Vietnam veteran Staff Sergeant John Tayback’s biography “Tropic Thunder” were being filmed.

The casts including newcomer supporting actor Kevin Sandusky, fading action hero Tugg Speedman, five-time Academy Award-winning Australian actor Kirk Lazarus, rapper artist Alpa Chino, and drug-addicted comedy actor Jeff Portnoy- all causes trouble for director Damien Cockburn who can’t control their action.

On Four-leaf’s advice, Damien drops them into a jungle with hidden cameras and furnished special effects to shoot “guerrilla-style”.

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30. Outlaw King

Outlaw King ranks 30th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

IMDb rating- 6.9/10

Directed by – David Mackenzie

Written by –  Bash Doran, James Maclnnes, David Mackenzie.

Starring – Chris Pine, Aaron Taylor, Florence Pugh.

Released date- 9 November 2018 (United States)

Run time- 2h 17m

“Outlaw King” is a historical drama and war movie about Robert Bruce. In the year of 1304, outside the Stirling castle, John Comyn, Robert Bruce and other Scottish noble families surrender to Edward I of England.

Two years later, after collecting the taxes, Bruce notices how the subjects loathes the English. Being the king of Scotland, Bruce plans an attack on them. He is outlawed and leads a league of outlaws to help him to reclaim his throne. Shortly after, he is reunited with his brother Thomas.

In England, Marjorie has been parted ways with her stepmother Elizabeth to gain religious insight from the nuns. After Edward learns that the Douglas castle has been retaken, he goes after Bruce himself. It ranks 30th on the list of the top 31 war movies.

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31. Overlord

Overlord

IMDb rating- 6.6/10

Directed by – Julius Avery.

Written by – Billy Ray.

Starring- Jovan Adepo, Mathilde Oliver,  Wyatt Russell.

Released date- 22 December 2018

Run time- 1h 48m

Overlord is a war horror film. On the evening of the D-Day, a paratrooper squad is deployed to destroy a German radio tower. That plane is shot down and crashes.

Most of the troops including the squad Captain Sgt. Rensin were killed either in the crash or by the Nazi army and landmines. Four survivors remain- second in command Corpora Ford, and Private Boyce, Tibbet and Chase. They carry on forward their mission and meet Chole.

She lives with her 8-year-old brother Paul and aunt who has been disfigured by the research committed by the Nazis. Soon Boyce discovers an underground basement which is not only a control room but also a laboratory where a sinister research is going on the villagers.

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