Triumph of the Will is quite possibly the single most well know piece of Nazi propaganda in existence. It depicts the 1934 National Socialist Party rally in Nuremburg.
From a technical standpoint, this film is a masterpiece. 30 cameras, 120 technicians, day shots, night shots, audible outdoor sound... and all of this in 1934 (the film then took six months to develop and edit before being released in 1935). The director, a woman by the name of Leni Riefenstahl, was actually given carte blanc
Allow me to begin with a little nugget of information on this movie. It's only listed quote on IMDB is Abraham Lincoln saying "Emancipate that ass." That should give you some kind of idea on what manner of movie we're talking about here. This is most definitely the kind of movie that should come with a disclaimer that reads "WARNING: Smoke a joint before viewing".
This movie was simultaneously one of the stupidest and most brilliant films I have ever seen. The Netflix description reads "Af
This one right here was an absolute gem. I was very pleasantly surprised at it. I was honestly expecting something of the quality of "Nazis at the Center of the Earth", but I got something infinitely better and far more humorous.
The basic idea behind this movie is that the Nazis fled to the moon in 1945 after realizing defeat was imminent. Now (actually in 2018) they've decided that they kinda want the Earth back and as a result stage a full scale invasion complete with flying saucers, zepp
Alright, so initially I was going to kick this off with "Iron Sky", but I didn't want to have to remember this particular movie any longer than I had to. I'm gonna go ahead and say that this was the worst film I have ever tried to sit through. I say "tried" because I finally put an end to it after an hour of torture. For me to stop a movie midway through really says something about the movie.
Now, where do I start? How about this? This movie takes itself far too seriously. Come on, people! T