Number of Disks: 8 1. Full Metal Jacket (Dir. Stanley Kubrick, 1987) 2. Where Eagles Dare (Dir. Brian G. Hutton, 1968) 3. The Dirty Dozen (Dir. Robert Aldrich, 1967) 4. We Were Soldiers (Dir. Randall Wallace, 2002) 5. Kelly's Heroes (Dir. Brian G. Hutton, 1970)
6. Memphis Belle (Dir. Michael Caton-Jones, 1990) 7. Battle Of The Bulge (Dir. Ken Annakin, 1965) 8. Escape To Victory (Dir. John Huston, 1981)
Full Metal Jacket:
A superb ensemble cast falls in for action in Stanley Kubrick's brilliant saga about the Vietnam War and the dehumanizing process that turns people into trained killers.
Most of them were goldbricks until they found out about the gold bricks - a fortune in Nazi-confiscated bullion!
We Were Soldiers:
Maximum action, maximum drama! We Were Soldiers is a powerful and bloody war movie based on a true story that moves at a heart-racing and ear-shattering pace!
Where Eagles Dare:
The mission is clear. Get in. Get the general. Get out. Stay alive. But high command should issue an additional imperative. Commandos charged with rescuing a U.S. general from a heavily guarded Alpine fortress should also be told to trust nothing - including the search-and-rescue orders they just received.
During spring 1943 they took the war-torn skies for the most dangerous mission in defence of freedom. If the ten-man crew of the bomber Memphis Belle returned, they would receive a hero's welcome and renew flagging public morale.
The Dirty Dozen:
They are convicts, psychos, lunkheads, losers - and champs at the box office and in movie lore. Decades after it burst onto the scene, The Dirty Dozen remains a milestone among ensemble action flicks.
Battle of the Bulge:
Five months after D-Day, most American soldiers think the German army is broken. The Germans think otherwise.
Escape to Victory:
This is no ordinary soccer match. This is war! The battlefield: a stadium in occupied Paris. The armies: German all-stars vs. ragtag Allied POWs.