The 11 best war faces in military movie history
When entering battle or confronting your enemy, it’s essential to have a kick ass “war face” — an expression of rage, vengeance, and brute instincts. It is more than a menacing look, it is a release of powerful emotions to induce fear while also elevating one’s senses to their maximum effect.
Here are the 11 best war faces in military movie history:
“Predator” — Mac’s face emptying a minigun after losing his best friend.
“Braveheart” — That moment you lock eyes with the enemy on the battlefield.
“Rambo: First Blood Part II” — Rambo’s face while firing the M60E3.
“Black Hawk Down” — Hoot’s look while taking control of the .50 Cal
“Apocalypse Now” — Lance firing double mounted M2HB’s.
“Full Metal Jacket” — Animal Mother getting some with his M60.
“Inglorious Basterds” — Sgt Donny Donowitz pumping lead in to Hitler.
“Pearl Harbor” — Petty Officer Doris Miller staring down Japanese war planes.
“Lone Survivor” — Mark Wahlberg as Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell
“Saving Private Ryan” — Barry Pepper as Private Jackson
“300” — Leonidas, with his Spartans dying around him, stares down death.
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