Featured in That One Scene
This scene in ‘Clear and Present Danger’ brilliantly shows the gulf between politicians and those on the front lines
“The course of action I’d suggest is a course of action I can’t suggest.”
What that one scene in ‘Saving Private Ryan’ teaches us about complaining in the military
Gripes go up.
That one scene in ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’ that showed us a real-life ‘Blue Collar James Bond’
“You might say he was rough around the edges. He was comfortable using the F word.”
One of the most telling scenes in ‘Saving Private Ryan’ involved a sidelong glance at a sandwich
If you blink, you'll miss it.
Air Force combat controller breaks down that wild desert airstrike scene from ‘Transformers’
"What CCTs do is they stitch everything together, and they determine whether everyone on the battlefield lives or dies."
The Omaha Beach landing in ‘Saving Private Ryan’ changed how we look at WWII
“I wasn’t there in 1944 in June on Omaha Beach, but seeing that I somehow felt I was."
The true story behind that one scene from ‘Black Hawk Down’ that explains why soldiers go to war
"When you're in that critical moment the only thing you're thinking about is taking care of the people around you."
‘Star Wars’ shows what guard duty is really like
"Do you know what's going on?
These are the movie scenes that actually get war and military service right
We asked, you answered.
How ‘Live Free or Die Hard’ revealed an actual problem with the F-35
"I was really struck by the fact that they predicted the F-35 getting hacked."
What’s one scene from a war movie that just gets *it* right?
So many movies get military life wrong, but a few get *it* right.
That one scene in ‘Heat’ that gave audiences the most realistic firefight in movie history
It is one of the greatest on-screen examples of fire and movement.
The darkest moment in ‘Jaws’ had nothing to do with *that* shark
'Eleven hundred men went into the water. 316 men come out, the sharks took the rest...'
‘Die Hard’ is a Christmas movie, according to the guy who wrote the script
"I don't know where the debate comes from."
Here’s why the military got absolutely wrecked by zombies in ’28 Weeks Later’
It excels in one area: Showing you what not to do in the event of a zombie attack.
The crazy scene in ‘Three Kings’ with C4-laced footballs was more accurate than you might think
Let's talk about that exploding Nerf football...
‘Battle: Los Angeles’ is actually the best post-9/11 military movie
As far as I’m concerned, 'Battle: Los Angeles' is the greatest post-9/11 military movie. Here's why
‘Nothing is over!’ — The enduring legacy of that one scene in ‘First Blood’
The iconic scene leaves behind a complicated legacy that remains relevant to this day.
The true story behind that one belligerent scene in ‘Black Hawk Down’ every veteran knows
As memorable as that scene is, the real-life story is somehow better.
That one scene in ‘Full Metal Jacket’ that convinced a lot of young Marines to enlist in the first place
The entire seven-minute scene is one prolonged dive into depravity, pain, and verbal abuse, but it also felt a little bit like a dare.
That one scene in ‘Iron Man’ that captures the irony of the US military’s role in comic book movies
For a film bristling with sporadic visual odes to the armed services and, by association, the military-industrial complex, there's one scene in 'Iron Man' that accurately captures the strange irony of how the military fits into the ever-expanding constellation of superhero and sci-fi films in the marketplace
That one scene at the grocery store was the best part of ‘The Hurt Locker’
Yeah, we're talking about the cereal scene.
The shower scene is the most important part of ‘Starship Troopers,’ and not for the obvious reasons
There’s something dark being hinted at amidst all the suds and space soldier stories.
The lingering appeal of Col Jessup’s courtroom tirade in ‘A Few Good Men’
The scene is a masterpiece, and one that evokes diverse, and at times divisive responses, especially among military and veteran viewers. The debate tends to center around one question in particular: Is Nicholson's Col. Nathan Jessup right or wrong?