How do you watch a B.A. movie?
With a bit of luck, it’s not too difficult to find a good one, but in some cases you may need to dig a little deeper to find what you’re looking for.
Here are seven British army movies that you might not have heard of, or might not be familiar with, or have never seen on Netflix.1.
The B.R.E.R., British Royal Army Rodeo, 2005B.
R-E.V., The British Army Rental, 2005A British soldier who is a Rodeos’ mascot is featured in a movie called The B, the British Army’s official slogan.
It’s a popular British Rodeotape, which has a number of uses, including, as in the case of this movie, being used in military-themed promotions.
This film, like many British Rodes, has no explanation, aside from being made by the British Royal Air Force.2.
A British Soldier, A British Hero, A B.O.M.F., British Overseas Mission to the Mideast, 2009A British Soldier named Simon is a British Hero in the movie, which stars Liam Neeson.3.
The Black Prince, British Army Officer, 2011A British Army officer is seen in a British movie called A Black Prince.4.
Battle of Britain, British Royal Navy, 2012A British Royal Naval Officer is seen on the water in Battle of the Thames, as well as other naval battles in the film, including a battle in the English Channel, a clash between a German U-boat and a British submarine, and a Battle of Midway.5.
The Longest Night, British Soldier and British Empire, 2011The film was made for the British Government, and stars Tom Hardy and Emma Thompson as British soldiers and a woman named Mollie, played by Emma Thompson.6.
The Great Escape, British Soldiers, Army, 1943A British soldiers, an army, and the Great Escape is one of the most popular British movies of all time.
The movie is about a group of soldiers escaping to safety from the Germans during the Battle of Passchendaele in World War II.7.
A Soldier, a Girl, and Her Dog, British Forces, 2008A British Forces soldier is seen as a female in a romantic comedy called A Soldier’s Girl and Her Dogs.8.
The Battle of The Bulge, British Armed Forces, 1946The Battle of Bulge is one the most famous battles in World Wars I and II.
British forces fought the Germans in France during the First World War, and it was during the conflict that German artillery destroyed a British ship and nearly sank it.
This was one of two battles on the Western Front during World War I, and was filmed on the HMS Bulge.9.
A Knight of the Empire, British Empire Army, 2013A British army officer is a knight in the Empire Army.10.
The Last British Soldier (1955), British Army, 1987This film is about British soldiers in the Second World War.
It was filmed by British director Peter Brook in the aftermath of World War Two.