I'd have to go with Patton and Saving Private Ryan as my two favorite WWII movies. However, I think the best work Hollywood has done covering WWII has to be the Band of Brothers miniseries. My daughter and I have watched it together at least 10 times. Major Winters really held Tom Hanks' feet to the fire in maintaining the integrity of the story. The Pacific, on the other hand, was a real disappointment to me. A Bridge Too Far has my favorite WWII movie quote: James Caan: "Where's my Captain?" Soldier: "Dead" James Caan: "I didn't ask you how he was, I asked you where he was." He goes on to force an army surgeon at gunpoint to operate on his captain and save his life.