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Anti-war films may criticize armed conflicts in a general sense to illustrate that war is futile and a loss for all sides involved, while others focus on acts within a specific war, such as poison gas use or genocidal killing of civilians. There also are anti-war movies that use parody and black comedy to satirize wars and conflicts that do not necessarily take place on the battlefield. Additionally, non-fictional anti-war films aim to document the realities of war or historical events.

The following is a list of anti-war films.

Anti-war films[edit]

Film Year Ref(s)
1917 2019 [1]
All Quiet on the Western Front 1930 [2]
The Americanization of Emily 1964 [3]
American Sniper 2014 [4][5]
Apocalypse Now 1979 [6][7]
The Battle of Algiers 1966 [6]
Beyond Treason 2002 [8]
Breaker Morant 1980 [9]
Das Boot 1981 [10]
Born on the Fourth of July 1989 [11]
The Boy with Green Hair 1948 [12][13]
Breaking The Silence: Truth and Lies in The War On Terror 2003 [8]
The Bridge on the River Kwai 1957 [14][15]
A Bridge Too Far 1974 [16]
Die Brücke 1959 [17]
Les Carabiniers 1963 [18]
Casualties of War 1989 [19]
Catch-22 1970 [20]
Civilization 1916 [21]
Come and See 1985 [22]
Coming Home 1978 [23]
Les Croix de bois 1932 [2]
The Day the Earth Stood Still 1951 [24][25]
The Deer Hunter 1978 [6]
Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder 1982 [26][27]
Dr. Strangelove 1964 [28]
Empire of the Sun 1987 [29]
The Enemy Below 1957 [30]
L'Ennemi Intime 2007 [31]
Escalation 1968 [32]
Fahrenheit 9/11 2004 [33]
Fail Safe 2000 [34]
Fail-Safe 1964 [35]
Fear and Desire 1953 [36]
Field of Honor 1986 [37]
Fires on the Plain 1959 [38]
Flags of Our Fathers 2006 [39]
Fort Apache 1948 [40]
Fort Graveyard 1965 [41]
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 1921 [42]
Free State of Jones 2016 [43]
F.T.A. 1972 [44]
Friendly Fire 1979 [45]
The Frozen War 1973 [2]
Full Metal Jacket 1987 [6]
Gallipoli 1981 [46]
Gardens of Stone 1987 [47]
Go Tell the Spartans 1977 [48]
Goodbye Billy 1971 [2]
Grace Is Gone 2007 [49]
La grande guerra 1959 [50]
La Grande Illusion 1937 [50][51]
Grave of the Fireflies 1988 [52]
The Great Dictator 1940 [53]
Greenery Will Bloom Again 2014 [54]
Greetings 1968 [55]
The Ground Truth 2006 [56]
Hacksaw Ridge 2016 [57]
Hair 1979 [58]
Hamburger Hill 1987 [23]
Hearts and Minds 1974 [8]
Hedd Wyn 1992 [59]
Hell Is for Heroes 1962 [60]
Hell on Earth 1928 [2]
A Hidden Life 2019 [61]
Hiroshima mon amour 1959 [28]
Hijacking Catastrophe 2004 [8]
Hotel Rwanda 2004 [28]
How I Won the War 1967 [62]
The Human Bullet 1968 [63]
The Human Condition 1959-1961 [64]
Iluminados por el fuego 1989 [65]
In the Valley of Elah 2007 [6][66]
J'accuse 1919 [28]
Jacob's Ladder 1990 [67]
Johnny Got His Gun 1971 [2]
Jojo Rabbit 2019 [68][69]
Journey's End 1930 [2]
Joyeux Noël 2005 [70]
Kameradschaft 1931 [2]
Kanal 1956 [71]
Kelly's Heroes 1970 [72][73][74]
King and Country 1964 [50]
King of Hearts 1966 [75]
Letters from Iwo Jima 2006 [76]
Lions for Lambs 2007 [77]
Little Big Man 1970 [78]
Lord of War 2005 [79]
Love and Honor 2013 [80]
Major Dundee 1965 [81]
Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media 1992 [8]
Many Wars Ago 1970 [82]
M*A*S*H 1970 [28]
Maudite soit la guerre 1914 [83][84]
The Memory of Justice 1978 [85]
Men in War 1957 [86]
Mickey Mouse in Vietnam 1969 [87]
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 1984 [52]
Neighbours 1952 [88]
No Man's Land 2001 [28][89]
Occupation 101: Voices of the Silenced Majority 2006 [8]
Off Limits 1988 [90]
Oh! What a Lovely War 1969 [28]
The Oil Factor 2004 [8]
O.k. 1970 [91][92]
On the Beach 1959 [93]
The Outlaw Josey Wales 1976 [94]
Palestine Is Still the Issue 2002 [8]
The Panama Deception 1992 [8]
Paths of Glory 1957 [6][95]
The Patrol 2014 [6]
Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq 2000 [8]
Peace on Earth 1939 [96][97]
Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land 2004 [8]
Plan Colombia: Cashing-In On The Drug War Failure 2002 [8]
Platoon 1986 [28][6]
Pretty Village Pretty Flame 1996 [98][99]
Pride of the Marines 1945 [100]
Purple Sunset 2001 [101]
The Red Baron 2008 [102]
Redacted 2007 [19]
Rendition 2007 [103]
The Road Back 1937 [2]
The Road to Glory 1936 [2]
The Road to Guantanamo 2006 [104]
Romero 1989 [8]
Rosa Luxemburg 1986 [105]
Salvador 1986 [106]
The Sand Pebbles 1966 [107]
Savior 1998 [108]
The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis 1987 [8]
Shame 1968 [28]
Shenandoah 1965 [81]
Sir! No Sir! 2006 [109]
Slaughterhouse-Five 1972 [110]
Soldier Blue 1970 [78]
Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage 2005 [111]
The Sorrow and the Pity 1969 [112]
Stalingrad 1993 [113]
Stop-Loss 2008 [114][115]
Taegukgi 2004 [116]
Tango Charlie 2005 [117]
Taxi to the Dark Side 2007 [118][119]
Un taxi pour Tobrouk 1960 [120]
Tell England 1931 [2]
Tell Me Lies 1968 [121]
The Thin Red Line 1998 [122][123]
Things to Come 1936 [2]
Threads 1984 [124]
Three Comrades 1938 [2]
Three Kings 1999 [125][126]
Tigerland 2000 [127][128]
Too Late the Hero 1970 [129]
Triage 2009 [130]
Turtles Can Fly 2004 [131]
Under the Flag of the Rising Sun 1972 [132][133]
The Unknown Soldier 2017 [134]
Unmanned: America's Drone Wars 2013 [8]
Verdun, visions d'histoire 1929 [2]
Vice 2018
The Visitors 1972 [135]
Waltz with Bashir 2008 [136]
The War 1994 [137]
The War at Home 1996 [138]
War, Inc. 2008 [139]
The War on Democracy 2007 [8]
War Made Easy: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death 2007 [8]
The Water Diviner 2014 [140]
We Are Many 2014 [141]
Welcome to Dongmakgol 2005 [142]
Westfront 1918 1930 [2]
When the Wind Blows 1986 [143]
When Trumpets Fade 1998 [144]
Why We Fight 2005 [145]
Winter Soldier 1972 [146]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  114. ^ Lee, Chris (27 March 2008). "How to not look like an Iraq movie". Los Angeles Times. ...like every other anti-Iraq war movie...
  115. ^ Denby, David (31 March 2008). "When Soldiers Return". The New Yorker. Peirce plays the antiwar game fairly.
  116. ^ Savlov, Marc (24 September 2004). "Film Review: Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War". Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 14 January 2017. Kang’s film is a vicious, brutal anti-war statement
  117. ^ "Tango Charlie". BollywoodLife. Retrieved 14 January 2017.
  118. ^ Tourtellotte, Bob (5 November 2010). "Eliot Spitzer exposed again in film "Client 9"". Reuters. Alex Gibney is the Oscar-winning director of anti-war documentary Taxi to the Dark Side
  119. ^ Grim, Ryan (28 May 2008). "Anti-war documentary to be screened in Capitol". Politico.
  120. ^ Archer, Eugene (30 March 1965). "French-Made 'Taxi for Tobruk' Opens". The New York Times. Retrieved 6 May 2020.
  121. ^ Gardner, Lyn (20 March 2008). "Paul Scofield". The Guardian. Resisting other offers, he played a cameo in Peter Brook's anti Vietnam-war movie Tell Me Lies (1968)
  122. ^ O'Sullivan, Michael (8 January 1999). "'Red Line': Above and Beyond". The Washington Post. It can be called an anti-war film
  123. ^ Perez, Rodrigo (17 June 2011). "It Was A War For Cast & Crew: 16 Things You Need To Know About Terrence Malick's 'The Thin Red Line'". IndieWire. ...elusive and intangible anti-war film...
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