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I always loved it. It's up there with other '60s movies like Where Eagles Dare, The Sand Pebbles, Battle of Britain, Dark of the Sun, Von Ryan's Express, and The Train. Oddly I was never really a big fan of The Dirty Dozen. The Great Escape is just okay. It still holds up as a kickass WW2 acton/adventure. Both this and The Guns of Navarone make an awesome double feature. Good call. Hey I'm not complaining. They sound like they'd tar and feather him first. This guy has his name attached to a few projects like DC's Nightwing movie and the Jonny Quest live-action movie. I guess everyone is waiting to see how that Chris Pratt movie The Tomorrow War peforms to see if McKay is the next thing or not. I'm not interested in this at all. The original film was all that was necessary;didn't bother with the sequels. Looks like a pleasant diversion. Could be interesting. That actually looks decent. View all replies >