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Blast from the Past, (1999), with Brendan Fraser and Alicia Silverstone. Adam Weber is the child of an eccentric inventor and his wife. Following a bomb scare in the 1960s that locked the Webers in their bomb shelter for 35 years, Adam Weber must venture out into Los Angeles and obtain food and supplies for his family. He meets Eve, who ...
Possibly Emir Kusturica's aptly named Underground (1995). During the World War II while Belgrad is bombed by the Germans people seek shelter underground. A black market smuggler uses a group of people as weapon producers during the time of Yugoslavia, pretending that the war never ended. Some people emerge from underground in the sixties just to enter a WWII ...
Think of it as An infinite stream with a boat in it on a rope. You put the boat in with a hundred miles of rope in it and walk alongside at the same speed as it casually goes down stream. You then get in the boat and row back to where you started at the same speed and get out meeting past you. The boat travels down stream again and you walk alongside it ...
Here's the movie I was remembering: The Terrornauts. It isn't B&W but it is old (1960). Here is the full film on YouTube. The scene with boxes lining the wall is at around the 40:08 mark.
I believe you are looking for the 1998 Paul WS Anderson directed film Soldier starring Kurt Russell. While there are no Nazis there is a lot of similar costuming and attitude. Kurt Russell is one of a group of orphans that is taken and raised by the government to be an emotionless soldier who doesn't question orders. The fight scene you describe takes ...
I think it is Outer Limits. It's this episode: The Refuge
The VR element sounds like Mindwarp but the "leaf" element makes this unlikely. That said, it does fit the time frame so I will throw it out there.
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