Larry Mahnken: Old woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, gets treatment, survives.Sounds like a great movie!
Teufelaffe: Since when have movies provided an accurate portrayal of anything?
1. Put snakes on plane: Fail article. Movies aren't going to include cancer recovery just for the heck of it. Was the portrayal factually wrong in any way? No? Then STFU.
dittybopper: Teufelaffe: Since when have movies provided an accurate portrayal of anything?1970: Tora, Tora, Tora. All of the inaccuracies are relatively minor, and largely due to limitations of film making before CGI was available.1981: Das Boot Technically very accurate, but it's actually an exaggerated composite of a couple of U-96's actual adventures. The tone of the movie is off: In late 1941, the U-boats were pretty much at the height of their superiority. It's more accurate if you look at it as happening in 1943.
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