These 6 War Movies Are Fast Disappearing From Netflix
Monthly lists of movies being removed from Netflix are released. In March, three great war movies will disappear from the streamer. Under the movies. Take your chance and take a quick look at them before they are permanently deleted.
The Auschwitz report (23 of March) (2021)
leader: Peter Bebjak | Cast: Noel Czuczor, Noel Czuczor, John Hannah, Wojciech Mecwaldowski | Our review
True story of Freddy and Walter, two young Slovak Jews, who were deported to Auschwitz in 1942. On April 10, 1944, after careful planning and with the help and resistance of their fellow prisoners, they managed to escape. As the prisoners they left behind bravely defend their position against the Nazi officers, the two men are motivated by the hope that their evidence could save lives. Emaciated and injured, they fight their way through the mountains back to Slovakia.
legionary (March 31st) (1998)
leader: Peter McDonald | Cast: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Steven Berkoff, Nicholas Farrell
Boxer Alain Lefevre dreams of emigrating to the United States with his girlfriend, but she doesn’t want to leave at all. Alan then takes money to lose a boxing match, but when he wins the match, he has to go on the run. The Foreign Legion seems to be his only option.
Jakob the liar (March 31st) (1999)
leader: Peter Kassovitz | Cast: Robin Williams, Hannah Taylor-Gordon, Éva Igó, István Bálint
A Jewish store owner has to report to the ghetto headquarters because he was still out after curfew.
Jarhead 2: Field of Fire (March 31st) (2014)
leader: Don Miguel Pablo | Cast: Asen Asenov, Daniel Coetzer, Amr El-Bayoumi, Jesse Garcia
Corporal Chris Merriman, disillusioned by the war, is put in charge of a unit assigned to resupply a remote camp near Taliban territory. Later it turns out that they have a much more important task: to help an Afghan woman who has become world famous for her resistance against the Taliban escape. With no tanks or air support, Merriman and his men must do everything they can to get the woman safely out of the country.
mountain range crest (March 31st) (2016)
leader: Mel Gibson | Cast: Andrew Garfield, Richard Pyros, Jacob Warner, Milo Gibson | Our review
The true story of Desmond T. Doss, a US Army medic who refused to let seriously injured patients die. He couldn’t stand guns and refused to carry one, let alone use one. Doss was the first true conscientious objector to receive a Congressional Medal of Honor. This was due to the risks he took on a daily basis to save the lives of his comrades.
The fall (March 31st) (2004)
leader: Oliver Hirschbiegel | Cast: Bruno Ganz, Alexandra Maria Lara, Corinna Harfouch, Ulrich Matthes | Our review
German tyrant Adolf Hitler (Bruno Ganz) spends the last days of his reign in his bunker under Berlin. The Red Army has encircled Berlin with a large force majeure and has suffered mainly civilian casualties. The bunkers are full of battered soldiers and there is a lack of nurses and medicine. Hitler does not want to leave Berlin under any circumstances and, after celebrating his 56th birthday with Eva Braun and her accomplices, he finds himself in an oppressive and desperate situation.
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