Did anyone catch the second to last episode of this season of Entourage a few weeks ago? The one with the Peter Berg cameo, yeah that one. Hollywood of course is intertwined with each other, and this is the film that struck up a career long friendship with Peter Berg and Kevin "Johnny Drama" Dillon. The set in which they met would be 1992's A Midnight Clear, of course Berg would later go on to direct films such as The Kingdom with Jeramy Piven and the two would then star in Smokin' Aces. A Midnight Clear is a fantastic anti-war film set in France World War II that echos the Christmas Truce of World War I when two fighting sides put their differences aside to celebrate Christmas together before the fighting resumes in bloody battle the next morning. The film features a great ensemble cast of a young Ethan Hawke, Gary Sinise and Frank Whaley. This humbling film is a great independent flick with a great story that is certainly very unknown but if you are looking for a great Christmas film this Holiday season, A Midnight Clear should be added to the top of your list, I promise you will love it.