37 War Movies You Should Watch This Memorial Day
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37 War Movies You Should Watch This Memorial Day

War movies are a great way to relive history or celebrate our armed forces.

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37 War Movies You Should Watch This Memorial Day

I'm a war movie buff. I've seen most if not all the movies on this list ranging from old classics to modern box office hits. Some of these are hilarious and some are very serious and possibly disturbing. For this list, only true American Movies were picked because this Holiday is about remembering American Soldiers and Veterans.

1. Black Hawk Down

2. American Sniper

3. Kelly’s Heroes

4. Thin Red Line

5. Lone Survivor 

6. Fury

7. Casualties of War

8. Courage Under Fire

9. Catch 22

10. The Longest Day

11. Born on the Fourth of July

12. Good Morning, Vietnam

13. Platoon

14. The Dirty Dozen

15. Twelve O’clock High

16. Saving Private Ryan

17. The Messenger

18. The Deer Hunter

19. Top Gun

20. Full Metal Jacket

21. Zero Dark Thirty

22. Saints and Soldiers

23. Thank You For Your Service

24. A Few Good Men

25. Hurt Locker

26. We Were Soldiers

27. Men Of Honor

28. Tora!Tora!Tora!

29. Heartbreak Ridge

30. Sand Castle

31. Apocalypse Now

32. Flags of Our Fathers

33. Pearl Harbor

34. Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Crees

35. JarHead

36. Taking Chance

37. Platoon

Bonus TV Miniseries 1. Band of Brothers

Bonus TV Miniseries 2. The Pacific

Bonus TV Miniseries 3. Generation Kill

Have a Happy Memorial Day with friends and family and eat a burger for me and enjoy the good times and reflect on why this holiday is and maybe enjoy a movie or two or a few.

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