Friday, March 21, 2008

10 Most Historically Inaccurate Movies

Another one of those lists made by someone who hasn't seen any movies more than 10 years old.

6 comments:

Todd Mason said...

THE STORY OF MANKIND, with its Irwin Allen (metaphoric) magic, is after all the king, unless we choose to count BIRTH OF A NATION.

Bill Crider said...

This makes me want to dig out my George MacDonald Fraser book on historical blunders in the movies.

Brent McKee said...

A list that makes one weep. A better list would be the "10 Most Historically Accurate Movies." The only problem is that they'd wind up a few short. nd including 2001 was just a cheap shot.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

There is no such thing as an accurate historical movie. Hell, 99% of them aren't accurate to their source when it's fiction.

norby said...

Do you think they waited until now to make the list just to make sure that 2001 wasn't correct? You know, just in case?

Gerard said...

Does that mean 2010 with Roy Schneider is still valid? Or is it already inaccurate since it follows the events in 2001?