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Every week, we offer our readers an opportunity to win free prizes. This week, we’re giving away a Redbox eGift card to a lucky winner!

This weekend marks the solemn remembrances of the attack on Pearl Harbor, which drew the U.S. into World War II. Let’s talk about the best movies that have been made about the war.

 

Enter this week’s contest by answering the following question in the comments section.

What’s the best World War II movie ever made?


There are so many great options here: Saving Private Ryan, The Longest Day, Tora! Tora! Tora!, Bridge on the River Kwai, Patton, Hacksaw Ridge, and many more. What’s your fave?

Again, answer this week’s question simply by entering your email above, and then hit up the comments section and tell us your choice.

You can also earn extra entries by sharing this giveaway via Facebook and Twitter! The giveaway ends on Sunday, and the randomly chosen winner will receive a free Redbox eGift card.

Good luck, Insiders!

116 Responses to “Freebie Friday “WWII” Edition: Win a Free Redbox Gift Card!”

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    George [odenoed]

    Dirty Dozen

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    Christina miller [visitor]

    The Guns of Navarone

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    Debbie Collins [visitor]

    Saving Private Ryan

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    Laura [visitor]

    Saving private ryan

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    Stella [visitor]

    The Sands Of Iwo Jima

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    Pat S. [visitor]

    Saving Private Ryan

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    Melissa [visitor]

    Bridge on the River Kwai

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    David [visitor]

    I liked Kelly’s Heroes

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    Ken [visitor]

    Saving Private Ryan

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    Shell [visitor]

    Hacksaw Ridge

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    yawnshawn

    The Great Escape or Casablanca

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    strongman14624

    Pearl Harbor and Hacksaw Ridge were my favorites.

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    Karen [visitor]

    Saving private Ryan

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    Scott [visitor]

    Fury

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    Shemp Howard [visitor]

    “Schindler’s List”

    25th anniversary re-release.

    Seven academy awards including best picture and director.

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    Mary Lynn Siba [visitor]

    Midway

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    Linda S [visitor]

    The Train

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    tini [cuebel]

    Casablanca or From Here to Eternity

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    Jennifer Lewis [visitor]

    hacksaw ridge

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    cjc [visitor]

    saving private ryan

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    DocWork [docwork]

    Dirty Dozen

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    ArtiePartie [visitor]

    Band of Brothers

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    harrydyer

    Patton. Without a doubt.

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    thehealthconnect

    Run Silent Run Deep

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    Karen [visitor]

    Saving Private Ryan

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    volnurse

    Pearl Harbor

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    Terry Stinnett [visitor]

    the longest day

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    joe [visitor]

    FURY

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    unicorn1

    Goodmorning Viet Nam

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    Devonah Erwin [visitor]

    ?? Saving Private Ryan ??

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    Joe+G [visitor]

    Schindler’s List

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    rbart48

    Hacksaw Ridge, but there are many WWII that are excellent.

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    Rjmul1 [rjmul1]

    Where Eagles Dare, But so many Great ones.

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    tbeck

    Tora! Tora! Tora!

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    Carrie Price [visitor]

    Saving Private Ryan

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    Jasonechilders@gmail.com [jasonechildersgmail-com]

    Saving private ryan

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