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Kevin James Sporman
I didn't spend a dime to watch this movie and I still felt cheated...
I believe this is a major accomplishment by Hollywood. The first widely distributed commercial movie directed and written entirely by 12 year olds.
The clichés are overwhelming, the editing seems to have been done by a lazy slob - especially apparent during a scene where top army brass watch a helicopter goes down on his monitor screen - who the heck was the stupid jerk holding a camera 50 feet from a battle helicopter in a jungle during combat?
Last words: if Americans really do act the way they are portrayed in this movie, it is no wonder that many hate them so much.
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