––First, let me start out by saying “Unbroken” is NOT a war movie,….at least like you normally think of one.
----It IS a very powerful, inspirational movie that is extremely well done. It also has a enough WW2 action/scenes to be “interesting” to a WW2 buff. The CGI as well as the physical props were well done. I only noticed one inacuracy,…when returning to America at the end of the war there was a transport aircraft that still had the early ww2 red dot in the star and red/white rudder stripes. I guess it might have been possible but I doubt it. Anyway, it was hardly noticable (except to a historian) and didn’t detract from the movie at all. All summed up, a great movie that’s well written, acted, with great cinematography.
----My opinion,…If you want to see a well done INSPIRATIONAL movie set in the WW2 era, this is a GREAT ONE!
definately basketball. Fast, lots of lead changes, spectacular moves (mainly dunks and assists), not so long time outs and pauses -> just thrilling.
the only thing that sucks about it is the late game free throw orgy when the game is close. Foul, FT, foul, FT just within a few seconds.
but for sure a lot better than “gimme some midfield passes for about 20 minutes coz were leading 1:0” - soccer
Do you mean ancient and medieval equivalencies to their own development or their position to those times related to those terms usually used for Europe’s history? I don’t think it’s exactly the same thing and could recommend differently depending on what you mean…
The position to those related times. So when the Crusades happened in Europe, the Mongol invasions in Asia.
I don’t remember which “show” it was but someone did actually go up their and find it…
If so, it is the greatest kept secret in all of Judeo-Christianity! PROOF of Genesis!
IF that were true, Creation would be MANDATORY in all public schools, and Darwin would be relegated to a footnote at most… right up there with theories of the Earth as the center of the solar system.