In honor of Memorial Day, I direct you towards the May movies, which have celebrated it all month long, but here's an extra recommendation that I didn't get a chance to note for either "In Commemoration" month. The Dirty Dozen is an awesome action film that still has the power to thrill and excite anyone who watches it. Starring Lee Marvin as a major who's assigned a top secret mission ahead of the D-Day invasion- to gather a group of the army's felons and convicts to raid a meeting where some of the top Nazi officers will be gathered, and take out as many as possible. The ragtag group consists of rebels like Telly Savalas, John Cassevetes and Charles Bronson, who are all willing to go along with the suicide mission- they may be criminals, but they're still patriots, damnit! A lot of this inspired Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds years later, and it's still an exciting precedent for the many other classic war films that followed it.