Lactose the Intolerant said:Recently I saw the laughably horrible Sci Fi original movie, "SS Doomtrooper" (well, on the sci-fi channel, "laughably horrible" kind of goes without saying). Basically two hours of a horribly rendered computer-gen fascist monster that looks like the incredible hulk spliced with a thundercloud paving a path of terribly acted doom upon hapless allied soldiers. Oh yeah, and one of his arms is a gun. Go figure. Have you seen this movie? If so, please feel free to post any banter relating to the topic of this outstandingly awful picture that comes to mind...
You mean Taegukgi? Are you nuts? That movie was just great.Recon said:Anyway I can't decide on the worst WWII movie I have seen however I recently saws some Korean war movie about two South Korean brothers that was just horrible.
Cluase Von Wittybrain said:Saving private ryan for me was just OK...great Scenes...but something tells me you should keep Jewish Hollywood directors away from WW2 films. (that is not racist...i just thing they operate with a byass opinion already made in there mind of NAZI germany.)
Actually, it was Hannibal of CarthageCluase Von Wittybrain said:The worst WW2 movie i saw was probably also the funniest i have seen....I cant think of the name..but it had a US soldier who had to take an Elephant the same Route as Atilla the Hun across the Alps during WW2..man was that funny.
[-project.rattus-] said:Actually, it was Hannibal of Carthage
And if that wa sthe plot, it really msu have sucked, because Hannibal took the long way from north africa over spain to the north of the alps, and then crossed them southwards and headed for rome... if an allied soldier was fighting the germans, he would really make a detour if he crossed the alps