Some of the best tales of bromance are set against the backdrop of war, where
men must rely on other men to survive. There are plenty of great war bromances,
including "The Dirty Dozen," "Platoon," and "Saving Private Ryan," but none seems quite as ... moreprofound or as
tragic as director John Boorman's tale of hate and love between two enemies
stranded on a desert island during World War II. Blinded by hate but driven by
the desire to survive, the men form the unlikeliest of love affairs. What really
sells the film? Actors Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune, two of the most man-crush-worthy
actors of all time.