The dignity of private reflection has never been the case for us on Anzac Day. The silence I would like to afford the dead was shattered from the start.
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One of the dominant TV series of the '70s, M*A*S*H had a core theme of white male privilege, but it got more complicated as the show aged.
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War is hell. We know this, and yet we keep going back for more. It's a fundamental part of the male psyche, says Evan Thomas. And we're doomed to repeat it over and over again.
As Hollywood continues to pump out flicks about combat, the question lingers: which American war provides the best film fodder? Even without the shocking exclusion of Sylvester Stallone's Victory, the answer is a little surprising.