Navy veteran Ernest Krause (Tom Hanks) is assigned a mission as first-time captain of a destroyer, code-named Greyhound, to protect a convoy of 37 supply ships across the North Atlantic during the United States' early involvement in WWII. With only three escort ships and no air cover, the leader and his crew must navigate through a dangerous stretch of ocean known as "The Black Pit", where they encounter a group of Nazi U-boats. Survival depends on the outcome of the battle against the determined German submarines. Tense action and the formidable Tom Hanks steer this compact thriller. Inspired by events that took place during the Battle of the Atlantic, Mr. Hanks'
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During the Afghan War in 2009, a small group of U.S. soldiers defended an outpost in a valley surrounded by three mountains in Afghanistan. As the Army neared closing the military post, a large force of Taliban fighters made a final attack. First Lt. Benjamin Keating (Orlando Bloom), Staff Sergeant Clint Romesha (Scott Eastwood) and the rest of Bravo Troop 3-61 CAV gallantly battled the enemy in the deadly confrontation - becoming one of the 19-year conflict's most decorated units. This powerful war film is an emotional and gripping experience. Based on the 2012 book "The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor" by CNN's Jake Tapper, the true story of the Battle of Kamdesh gets a
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On December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked with devastating results. The United States entered WWII, beginning the clash between the American fleet and the Imperial Japanese Navy. As the war escalated, Admiral Chester Nimitz (Woody Harrelson) and intelligence officer Lieutenant Commander Edwin T. Layton (Patrick Wilson) desperately sought the upper hand for America. Gathered information led to the battle for control of Midway Island from June 4-7 in 1942. This confrontation became the pivotal turning point of the war in the Pacific Theater. Superb battle sequences and a solid ensemble cast bring this harrowing conflict to life. Director Roland Emmerich ("Independence Day") is no stranger to delivering