OT: March Madness War Movie NIT Finals

This is it. The last of the brackets.

From the World War 2 half of the bracket, #1 Twelve O'Clock High edged out Inglorious Basterds by the score of 12-11.

From the other half of the bracket, nobody seems to be able to take the magic slippers off of #8 Last of the Mohicans, who knocked off Behind Enemy Lines by the score of 16-7, and from which I didn't realize that the same actress who played Alice grew up to be the Lion of Cintra.

In any event, Vote Here and voting will be open until Saturday morning.

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I think the Cinderella run ends now.

I disagree

I am calling shenanigans on these seedings lol

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
“I served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

The seedings were mostly based on how much of a war movie they were, before how good of a film they were.

For me, Twelve O'Clock High was a higher seeded war movie, but I cannot argue Last of the Mohicans was better from a cinematography standpoint.

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No worries man, just joshing you. I am partial to Last of the Mohicans because I remember getting into a particularly heated debate in 11th grade English about how much better the movie was than the book that may or may not have gotten me sent to the principles office...

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
“I served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

A reasonable conclusion to that debate

Never Forget #1 Overall Seed UVA 54, #64 UMBC 74

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