List of anti-war films

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While some films criticize armed conflicts in a general sense, others focus on acts within a specific war, such as the use of poison gas or the genocidal killing of civilians (e.g., Hotel Rwanda, 2004). Some anti-war films such as Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) use parody and black comedy to satirize wars and conflicts. An anti-war film's goal is to show the physical and psychological destruction warfare causes to the soldiers and to innocent civilians.[citation needed]

Anti-war films[edit]

Film Year
All Quiet on the Western Front [1] 1930
The Americanization of Emily [2] 1964
American Sniper [3][4][5] 2014
Apocalypse Now [6][7] 1979
The Battle of Algiers [7] 1966
Beyond Treason [8] 2002
Das Boot [9] 1981
Born on the Fourth of July [2] 1989
Breaking The Silence: Truth and Lies in The War On Terror [8] 2003
The Bridge on the River Kwai [10] 1957
Die Brücke [11] 1959
Les Carabiniers [12] 1963
Casualties of War [13] 1989
Catch-22 [14] 1970
Civilization [15] 1916
Coming Home [16] 1978
Les Croix de bois [1] 1932
The Deer Hunter [7] 1978
Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder [17][18] 1982
Dr. Strangelove [6] 1964
Enemies of the People [19] 2009
The Enemy Below [20] 1957
L'Ennemi Intime [21] 2007
Escalation [22][23] 1968
Fahrenheit 9/11[24] 2004
Fail Safe [25] 2000
Fail-Safe [26] 1964
Fear and Desire [27] 1953
Field of Honor [28] 1986
Fires on the Plain [29] 1959
Flags of Our Fathers [30] 1991
Fort Apache [31] 1948
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse [32] 1921
F.T.A. [33] 1972
Friendly Fire [34] 1979
The Frozen War [1] 1973
Full Metal Jacket [7] 1987
Gallipoli [35] 1981
Gardens of Stone [36] 2013
Go Tell the Spartans [37] 1977
Goodbye Billy [1] 1971
Grace Is Gone [38] 2007
La grande guerra [39] 1959
La Grande Illusion [39][40] 1937
Grave of the Fireflies,[41][42][43] 1988
The Great Dictator [44][45] 1940
Greenery Will Bloom Again[46] 2014
Greetings [47] 1968
The Ground Truth 2006
Hacksaw Ridge[48] 2016
Hair[citation needed] 1979
Hamburger Hill [16] 1987
Hearts and Minds [8] 1974
Heaven & Earth [49] 1993
Hedd Wyn [50] 1992
Hell Is for Heroes [51] 1962
Hell on Earth [1] 1928
Hiroshima mon amour [6] 1959
Hijacking Catastrophe [8] 2004
Home of the Brave 2006
Hotel Rwanda [6] 2004
Hôtel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie 1988
How I Won the War [52][53] 1999
Iluminados por el fuego [54] 1989
In the Valley of Elah [7][55] 2007
In the Year of the Pig [56] 1989
J'accuse [6] 1919
Jacob's Ladder [57] 1990
Johnny Got His Gun [1] 2007
Journey's End [1] 1930
Joyeux Noël [58] 2005
Kameradschaft [1] 1931
Kanal [59] 1956
Kelly's Heroes[citation needed] 1970
King and Country [39] 1964
King of Hearts [60] 1966
King Rat[citation needed] 1965
Ladybug Ladybug [61] 1963
Last Ounce of Courage[citation needed] 2012
Letters from Iwo Jima [62] 2006
Lions for Lambs [63] 2007
Little Big Man [64] 1970
Lord of War [65] 2005
Love and Honor [66] 2013
Main Hoon Na[citation needed] 2004
Major Dundee [67] 1965
Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media [8] 1992
Many Wars Ago[68] 1970
MASH [6] 1970
The Memory of Justice [69] 1978
The Men 1950
Men in War [70] 1957
Mickey Mouse in Vietnam [71] 1969
The Mortal Storm [72] 1940
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind [43] 1984
Neighbours [73] 1952
No Man's Land [6][74] 2001
Occupation 101: Voices of the Silenced Majority [8] 2006
Off Limits 1988
Oh! What a Lovely War [6] 1969
The Oil Factor [8] 2004
O.k. 1970
On the Beach [75] 1959
The Outsider 1961
The Outlaw Josey Wales [76] 1976
Palestine Is Still the Issue [8] 2002
The Panama Deception [8] 1992
Paths of Glory [7][77][78] 1957
The Patrol [7] 2014
Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq [8] 2000
Peace on Earth,[79][80] 1939
Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land [8] 2004
The Peacemaker 1997
Plan Colombia: Cashing-In On The Drug War Failure [8] 2002
Platoon [6][7] 1986
Platoon Leader 1988
Pretty Village Pretty Flame [81] 1996
Pride of the Marines [82] 1945
The Promise of Love 1980
Purple Hearts[citation needed] 1984
Purple Sunset[citation needed] 2001
Quiet Nights of Blood and Pain[83] 2009
The Rack[citation needed] 1956
The Red Baron [84] 2008
Redacted [13] 2007
Rendition [85] 2007
The Road Back [1] 1937
The Road to Glory [1] 1936
The Road to Guantanamo [86] 2006
Romero [8] 1989
Salvador [87] 1986
The Sand Pebbles [88] 1966
Savior [89] 1998
Saving Private Ryan [7] 1998
The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis [8] 1987
Shame [6] 1968
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon[citation needed] 1949
Shenandoah [67] 1965
The Siege of Firebase Gloria [90] 1989
Sir! No Sir! [91] 2006
Slaughterhouse-Five [92] 1972
So Proudly We Hail![citation needed] 1943
Soldier Blue [64] 1970
Some Kind of Hero[citation needed] 1982
Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage [93] 2005
The Sorrow and the Pity [94] 1969
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut[citation needed] 1999
Stalingrad [95] 1993
Stop-Loss[citation needed] 2008
Taegukgi [96] 2004
Taking Chance[citation needed] 2009
Tango Charlie [97] 2005
Un taxi pour Tobrouk [98] 1960
Taxi to the dark side 2007
Tell England [1] 1931
Tell Me Lies [99] 1968
Testament[citation needed] 1983
The Thin Red Line [7][100][101] 1998
Things to Come [1] 1936
Threads [102] 1984
Three Comrades [1] 1938
Tigerland [103][104] 2000
Too Late the Hero [105] 1970
Triage [106] 2009
Turtles Can Fly [107] 2004
Two Women [108] 1960
Unmanned: America's Drone Wars [8] 2013
Verdun, visions d'histoire [1] 1929
The Visitors [109] 1972
Waltz with Bashir [110] 2008
The War [111] 1994
The War at Home [112] 1996
War, Inc. [113] 2008
The War on Democracy [8] 2007
War Made Easy: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death [8] 2007
The Water Diviner [114] 2014
We Are Many 2014
Welcome to Dongmakgol [115] 2005
Westfront 1918 [1] 1930
When Hell was in Session [116] 1979
When Trumpets Fade [117] 1998
Why We Fight [118] 2005
Winter Soldier [119] 1972

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