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Mel Gibson leads a Special Forces Commando (including Sam Neil) to locate and rescue a defecting Japanese Officer who has crashed in the dense jungle of a Japan occupied Pacific Island. Based on a real mission by Z Force, a forerunner of the S.A.S., made up mostly from Australian and British volunteers, their daring missions changed the course of the war and remains secret to this day.
MASSACRE IN ROME
Nerve-wracking dramatization by RAMBO director George P. Cosmatos, and accentuated by an electrifying score by Oscar ® winner Ennio Morricone, of one of the worst atrocities of the War. Richard Burton (in a career best) plays Kapler, the German Officer whose human conscience gets pitted against the sadistic might of the Reich after Hitler directly orders him to execute 335 civilians as reprisal for the killing of 33 Nazi soldiers by Italian Partisans.
At the height of WW2, British PM Winston Churchill is covertly on his way to the then-secret Casablanca Conference with US President Roosevelt and France’s General DeGaulle. To confuse the Nazis trailing him, the PM gets off his plane in Algiers and boards the Casablanca Express. When he gets kidnapped by a crack unit of Nazi Sturmtruppen, halfway across the Moroccan desert, it is down to a few, fearless, unsung heroes from the British SIS and a U.S. Marine Platoon to rescue Churchill, preventing a devastating Nazi Victory that would have changed the course of the War and the world as we know it.