Last time we had some sky-high, plane-fighting action, it was Flyboys, which Christopher Campbell reviewed in 2006. In it, he mentioned Snoopy's dreams of fighting The Red Baron -- a real German ace from WWI. While there's no Snoop in sight, there's a new German movie coming out based on the icon, called The Red Baron, and if the fight scenes over at Cinema Blend are anything to go by, it will be one jaw-dropping display of dog-fighting, war-time action. And I suddenly feel like a wimp for ever getting even the slightest bit affected by choppy flying on commercial flights.

Lena Headey and Joseph Fiennes join Matthias Schweighöfer and the infamous Til Schweiger for the English-language film, which is German-financed. Schweighöfer stars as the Red Baron, aka Baron Manfred von Richthofen, a feared and celebrated pilot of the German air force. However, he falls for a nurse (Headey), and things begin to change: "Manfred realizes he is only used for propaganda means. Caught between his disgust for the war, and the responsibility for his fighter wing, von Richthofen sets out to fly again."

Right now, I'm hoping that someone picks it up for North American distribution because the effects look so flipping sweet. That being said, now that we've got the German perspective on air fights in WWI, hopefully one of these days the Polish Kosciuszko Squadron from WWII can get their badassery on the big screen.