I saw this the other night and was surprised I had not heard about it before as it is based on a true story and I happen to like nonfiction.
I was discussing it with guys at work and was again surprised to hear that some will pass on it because it is in subtitles.
I say, so what, a good movie is a good movie. Subtitles add another dynamic and in this case, imo, couldn't have been done any other way.
So my question is, have you heard/seen this story/movie before and what are your thoughts on subtitles.
Heres a trailer I found on youtube and by the way, the actor in the lead role did an excellent job. Very good film.
YouTube - The Counterfeiters
The first hat you get is going to be awesome. After countless hours of playing and a freaking crapload of duplicates for EVERY OTHER GD WEAPON, this hat was so very, very sweet.Damn I'm going to hit up some achievement idle while I go out for the day.
I am so very hatless
Are there any advantages to mapping out long plans like that?
In HOI2 I'd just attack with a province that only bordered one enemy province, with its neighbours supporting the attack. Then one of its neighbours would now only border one enemy province and so that one would attack... so on and so forth until the whole front line moved forward.