The most watched domestic film and maybe even the most canonized one this war movie tells about the group of colorful personalities defending their country during Continuation War. But just how well this classic has stood the test of time?
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BigBlackHatMan: Magic bullets were a popular in that era as I have seen quite a few of them from Westerns of the same time period. This seems like a good war film on the whole though. The footage and portrayals from your review remind me somewhat of the 1930s version of All Quiet on the Western Front, and I really like that movie. Good review