Reel Short Takes: Army of Crime
C’est le vrai Inglorius Basterds this Army of Crime French film. Dammit if you want to see a real movie just find a French film, noir or otherwise. Army recounts the story of the French resistance during WWII wherein immigrant Jews blasted a whole bunch of German basterds with guns and grenades. They were caught and executed in the end naturally because the Germans were so incensed that they set out to find them. Just your luck it happens to be streaming on Netflix you don’t even have to get the CD. I watched it twice already.
It has scenes of sex and violence and torture but not too much really. I give it that rare 5/5 stars.
- Reel short take: Conviction (heloise8.wordpress.com)
- 10 of the best films set in Paris (guardian.co.uk)
Posted on June 8, 2011, in Reel Short Takes (movie reviews), The Reel Trough and tagged Arts, Cinema of France, Film Noir, german, jews, Movies, netflix, United States, World War II. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.