Midway (1976) Rated PG

A drama surrounding the battle at Midway, which was the turning point in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Starring Charlton Heston, Henry Fonda, and James Coburn.

Midway is a unique film that uses battle footage and real footage from the battle to help tell the story. The film brings the battle to life but also shows how battles were fought and won during this time. During war, there are always decisions made that cause people to live or die, especially your own men. This film shows the reality of war from the top. This is one of the classic war films, and it has some of the best historically accurate scenes. It also has some storylines that don’t really work, but it’s still a film worth watching.

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