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Allied Official Trailer 1 (2016) - Brad Pitt Movie

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Starring: Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard, and Lizzy Kaplan
Allied Official Trailer 1 (2016) - Brad Pitt Movie

ALLIED is the story of intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt), who in 1942 North Africa encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Reunited in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war.

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@thisone249 : Brad is such a WWII character.
@feelmyfreshlyshavedlegs3979 : Am I the only one who genuinely enjoyed this movie and cried at the end?
@jamesreacts111 : This movie exceeded expectations. great performance by both and the ending was so unexpected, stunning ending which I won't spoil
@StrutterMTV : sometimes i feel like i have no emotions at all but this movie made me absolutely burst into tears at the end.
@A1441 : This movie has a wonderful premise and a heartbreaking ending. Good acting by PITT and COTILLARD as well. And the costumes and props are superb!

Marion Cotillard Says Sex Scenes With Brad Pitt Were 'Not Awkward'

Despite the lights and cameras and film crew looking on, the star of 'Allied' somehow remained comfortable while shooting love scenes with her handsome co-star.

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Rodrigo Rosseeuw : Its interesting everyone is saying this was awkward. Maybe its a cultural difference in the way we socialize and joke around. Im Mexican, and I find this completely normal, she is just joking around not being awkward. I have french friends and its very easy to get along with them, but it has been harder with Canadians and Americans for some reason (gives me the impression they can get offended a bit easier or something like that) Are you guys from the USA the ones that find this awkward? (just trying to see if its indeed a cultural thing)
Adam Steley : How is the interview awkward? She has a good sense of humour!
Masterpiece Studios : I love her dry humor

Stephen: Let's sell some tickets.
Marion: (looks around) I don't have any tickets on me.
Nina S : She said so many wonderful things and yet this video is titled "says sex scenes with Brad Pitt.." because it's what will attract the most views. That wasn't even the main point in their conversation.
Rogue : She's honestly one of the most deepest actress out there who has such connection and respect to the characters she plays. One of the best actress there is

Did the Allied policy of ‘unconditional surrender’ prolong WW2?

It has been argued that the policy of 'unconditional surrender' prolonged the war because if the Germans surrendered early they would lose everything. Thus 'unconditional surrender' incentivized them to keep fighting until the bitter end... But is this really the case? Let's find out!

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TIK “No, the Treaty of Versailles did NOT lead to hyperinflation OR the Nazis”

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History isn’t as boring as some people think, and my goal is to get people talking about it. I also want to dispel the myths and distortions that ruin our perception of the past by asking a simple question - “But is this really the case?”. I have a 2:1 Degree in History and a passion for early 20th Century conflicts (mainly WW2). I’m therefore approaching this like I would an academic essay. Lots of sources, quotes, references and so on. Only the truth will do.
Opener of the Way : "Is this really the case" makes every episode better!
David Ogundipe : Tik never stop making these videos as it's highly interesting, and very informative without any bias.
Martin Johnson : Excellent. I would add that the war with Japan loomed large in 1945, Ike did not try for Berlin for multiple reasons but one was that his Armies had already stopped getting replacements and units being rotated out of combat were being sent back to the US to be reconstituted for Coronet. And we still wanted Soviets to enter war against Japan. All reasons not to incur huge casualties and not to stick a thumb in Stalin’s eye.
murraystewartj : Tik, I'm a bit ashamed to admit that your central question is one that had never occurred to me. This was a concise and neatly reasoned piece and was definitely food for thought. Way back I taught senior high school history, and this video would have been a fantastic tool for teaching students how to organize a written essay.
morningstar : This was the question that sparked my interest in WWII. I remember as a boy of 14 raising my hand to ask my history teacher as he used the term "what does unconditional surrender mean, sir?" He paused and said "Good question" then diverted the lesson into a lengthy discussion of it's meaning and the ramifications for Germany. A good teacher can have a powerful effect on a young mind. Tonight nearly 40 years later, Tik has provided a deeper insight into the meaning of these two words. Thank you, sir.




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