The Lost Battalion (2001)
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as Maj. Charles Whittle...
as Capt. McMurty
as Sgt. Gaedeke
as Lt. Leak
as Capt. Holderman
as Pvt. Cepeglia
as Pvt. Rosen
as Gen. Alexander
as Pvt. Krotoshinsky
as Pvt. Pvt. Lipasti
as Pvt. Yoder
as Capt. Nelson Holderm...
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You can see many differences in how WWI and WWII were fought in this movie. Rick Schroder did a fantastic job in this movie based on a true story.
This was rather graphic but it's a true account of our WWI battle against the Germans in the Argonne Forest.
WWI movies are uncommon. A WWI movie this good is even more uncommon. A well-made rendition of the American soldier's short-lived but valiant contributions to the Great War. The production is very impressive considering this is a made-for-TV film. The acting is generally good but I felt that the diverse ethnicities stereotype (especially the inevitable New Yorkers) and the uncaring general stereotype were a bit overdone. What really impressed me was the take on the Germans. They are shown as hard-fighting, competent, and honorable soldiers as opposed to merciless brutes, which tends to be the norm in world war films shown from the Allied perspective. A splendid war piece, overall.
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