Civil War: A Believable Apocalyptic Flick

I enjoyed "Civil War." It's ferocious, uncomfortable, and tense, but if you feel something in a film, it's worth a watch. I suggest seeing it in IMAX or at a theater with a killer sound system. It's an exciting film, but don't expect a traditional narrative or deep character study.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is based loosely on actual events. The film follows a mission known as Operation Postmaster (which wasn't declassified until 2016), and while the mission is heavily dramatized, the story is somewhat accurate.

Masters of the Air: The M2 .50 Caliber Truly Made the B-17 a Flying Fortress

The popular Apple TV+ miniseries "The Masters of the Air" tells the story of World War II aviators who served in the United States Army Air Force's 100th Bomb Group of the 8th Air Force. The follow-up to "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific" from producers Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks has already been noted for its gritty realism and features the vast armadas of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress on its missions over occupied Europe.

Retro Cowboy Cool: Sam Elliott’s Iconic Firearms

To me, you can’t go wrong wherever you have Sam Elliott and firearms together on the silver screen.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith In 2024

The show Mr. and Mrs. Smith snuck up on me. I had heard they were doing a series based on the Brangelina movie, but I hadn't heard anything else til it popped up on Prime one day.

Fact vs Fiction: Setting Straight the Myths of The Tuskegee Airmen

The term Tuskegee Airmen refers not only to the almost 1,000 black military pilots who trained to fly at Tuskegee, but also to the thousands of ground personnel who were also assigned to the units and stationed at their bases in Europe. This included crew chiefs, mechanics, armorers, intelligence personnel, transportation personnel, staff officers, communications personnel, service personnel, and a host of other positions within their units.

Clint Eastwood: A Career Full of Firearms

Clint Eastwood has had many, many more movies and shows with firearms. His career has shown his knowledge of firearms and, in some instances, parts of his own collection. In the 60-plus years he’s been making shows and movies, he’s provided the viewing public with some pretty iconic and lovely firearms.

Silent Night: A John Woo Christmas

I love Christmas action movies. While everyone pretends there is some excellent internet debate about Die Hard being a Christmas movie, they ignore all the other awesome action Christmas movies. This includes stuff like last year's "Violent Night." This year, we got "Silent Night." Silent Night isn't just a new Christmas action movie, but John Woo's return to the American big screen as well.

The Most Ridiculous Real Movie Guns

Guns have played a pivotal role in films since the invention of the Nickelodeon more than 100 years ago. But sometimes the stories are so wild and weird that the guns are just as goofy and terrible. We can celebrate Heat, Extraction, and John Wick for their awesome gun handling, but we can also sit back, turn our brains off, and enjoy the absurd, over-the-top stuff. This is our celebration of the insane and unrealistic.

The Guns of Battlestar Galactica

While Battlestar Galactica is what many consider true science fiction, the show used a surprising number of modern firearms over the course of four seasons. Here's a look at the guns of a science fiction classic.

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