The thread on "best historical film on the Vietnam War" got me thinking about all of the bad war films out there. Some films are so bad that I have to classify them as unwatchable. A couple of recent films come to mind: How about in "Windtalkers" where Nicholas Cage is calling for artillery fire and they are encoding the coordinates. This destroyed the film for me and I could not watch the rest. You would never call for artillery fire in code, that is one communication you don't want confusion on or you could land rounds on your head. Also in about 30 seconds the rounds are going to be landing so it won't be much of a secret at that point. Finally if the enemy looked at the transmission later they would have a pretty good idea where the rounds landed and therefore they could break your code for future transmissions. I thought "Tears in the Sun" was also totally unwatchable. Bruce Willis as a Navy Seal who jeopardizes his mission because he feels sorry for those poor Africans. Give me a break, a real Seal would have killed all the Africans, trussed the Doctor up in hundred mile an hour tape, and carried her onto the helicopter. Am I the only one who thinks this way? When I see stuff like this it really destroys the movies for me. We can do a poll on this later but what are some other films to include?