10 Interesting Historical Events That Deserve Their Own Movies

Are you a history buff who wants to see more historical events captured on the bug screen? You're not alone.

Recently, a Redditor asked, “What historical event has not, but should be, made into a movie?” Redditors responded to deliver this list of historical events that deserve their own films.

Redditor randomguy987654321 answered, “The life story of Ching Shih. She was a Chinese prostitute that became the deadliest pirate of all time. At the height of her power, she commanded over 800 large ships, 1000 smaller vessels, and over 70,000 pirate crews, comprised of both men and women.”

Ching Shih

Bertbrekfust said, “Mariya Oktyabrskaya sold everything she had to buy a tank and kill Nazis after they killed her husband. If that's not a baller move worthy of a movie, then I don't know what is.”

Mariya Oktyabrskaya

Redditor zippyboy nominated “I always thought a big-budget telling of The Donner Party would be pretty good. Not the low-budget version from 10 years ago (The Donner Party – 2009). I want epic!”

The Donner Party

Redditor mukenwalla voted, “The year 1066 when the Vikings invaded England. Then, the Normans invaded England. Massive amounts of drama too.”

The Vikings Invading England

Lyceus_said, “I'd like to see something about the construction of the Egyptian Pyramids. Either Snefru, who built three pyramids during his lifetime, or his son Khufu who built the Great Pyramid.”

The Egyptian Pyramids

LizHylton volunteered, “The Lioness of Brittany – A medieval woman who led brutal attacks by land and sea against the French king in vengeance for the execution of her husband.”

The Lioness of Brittany

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