Tag Archives: 1990s

216. Regeneration (1997)

Film 84 in C4 Top 100 War Films Shell-shocked officers from the Great War are sent to Craiglockhart Hospital to recuperate. Of these men, poet Wilfred Owen meets fellow writer Siegfried Sassoon, where the latter encourages Owen to write truthfully … Continue reading

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215. Braveheart (1995)

Film 83 in C4 Top 100 War Films When young William Wallace’s father and older brother are killed fighting the hated English, he is taken to live with his uncle, a nationalist. When he grows up, he returns to his … Continue reading

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211. The Last of the Mohicans (1992)

Film 79 in C4 Top 100 War Films I really don’t know what to say about this film, except I disliked every second. I am not even really sure what was going on and couldn’t wait for it to end. … Continue reading

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209. The English Patient (1996)

Film 77 in C4 Top 100 War Films Canadian nurse Hana is looking after a badly burned pilot in an Italian field hospital. When the hospital is forced to move, Hana and her patient end up in a bombed out … Continue reading

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200. Babe (1995)

A bit of a landmark here, as I’ve reached my 200th film of the year! That’ll do, Pig. That’ll do. When young piglet Babe is taken away from his mum and picked as a ‘guess the weight’ at a fair, … Continue reading

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181. Black Cat, White Cat (1998)

In a much-needed break from Harry Potter films, I discovered a DVD that had been lent to me some months before. To say it’s a world away from boy wizards is an understatement… On the banks of the Danube, live … Continue reading

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166. Godzilla (1998)

I have to admit to a certain fondness to the Japanese Godzilla movies from the 50s and 60s, but although this is a bit slick and Hollywood, it still maintains the cheesy horror sci-fi of the originals. Most of the … Continue reading

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