Conclusion: "The Great Escape" is an engrossing, well-acted, and fairly accurate portrayal of the famous escape of some 76 Allied POWs from a German Stalag during World War II. You get to see the intricate detail of the escape operation--and you also get to witness its bittersweet aftermath.
Conclusion: the great escape like battle of the bulge is one of the best war films ever.it is totally different from the battle of the bulge this one concentrating on p.o.w.s and there attempts in trying to ecsape by digging tunnells.there is all star cast with.james garner/donald plesence/charles bronson/david...
Excerpt: Description This film is set in 1943 when World War 2 was in effect, the story is about some maximum security prisoner of war campers. It is all set in the New German Stalag Luft North camp that has been built for the purpose off holding the maximum security prisoners as they have all escaped so...
British men are digging to escape out of the POW camp
25 November 2010
Excerpt: FILM ONLY REVIEW During the Second World War the German troops build a new prisoner of war camp which they believe to be escape proof. They move in a few hundred men who have all tried to escape from other camps before as they believe they will be safe here.
Life of British, American, Australian, Polish, etc., servicemen in a German POW camp
28 September 2010
Excerpt: My favourite film of all time! This is no exaggeration, but I can't help watching this film over and over. Okay, so the end result is always the same, but I still find that I am picking up on certain things in the dialogue (or script) that I missed with earlier viewings.
Excerpt: The Great escape Directed by John Sturges Starring , Steve McQueen, James Garner, Donald Pleasence, and Charles Bronson About the film. A group of POW's of all different kinds of nationalities, Decide to try and escape from the German camp that they are held in.
Epic war film about.......well.........a great escape!
28 March 2010
Excerpt: As far as classic war films go, this has a lot to answer for. All star casts, nicknames, enduring theme music, great plot, direction and (on the whole) acting. All in all, a pretty hard act to follow.
Excerpt: The Great Escape is war time adventure film about a true life escape from a German prisoner of war camp in the Second World War. It was adapted from the book written by Paul Brickhill, which is still widely available, and released by United Artists on American Independence Day, July 4th, 1963.
Excerpt: The Great Escape Film Only Review Watching the Great Escape on Sky Anytime last night I thought I had to review it. This movie is based on a book by Paul Brickhill who actually was in the camp in March 1944!