pretentious, boring, ugly, and did I mention boring?
What a train wreck! The fact that anyone would buy the script at all is entertaining, never mind that it was actually made. This monstrous misfire is an inauspicious debut feature from Paintball Films, and fails on nearly every level - it can't even be an entertainingly awful film. The story is nonsensical, poorly plotted, and free of any actual drama. The cinematography is atrocious, though the "look" of the film suits its overall quality. The most frustrating part of the viewing experience is trying to sort out the point of the story. Is it a love story? Is it a story of a soldier's redemption? If so, which soldier, of the three main military characters? There are no answers to these questions, and should you have to sit through this disaster, you won't be looking for them anyway.
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