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Four high school football stars enlist in the Marines to serve their country in Iraq. Unfortunately, they don't all return home. The ones that do survive face guilt, problems assimilating back into every day life, and a society that doesn't seem to support them. They face the pressure and the temptation to rejoin their fellow Marines on the battlefield as they struggle to blend into civilian life. This is a story about American heroes, their courage, their pain, their humanity. Written by
Peace Arch Entertainment
Corporal Mark O'Brien is a real retired marine who served in Iraq. He was wounded during his second tour of duty, losing his right arm and leg. The flashback scene in the movie is very similar to what actually happened. See more »
Military men back from Iraq after death of friend.
This is an awful movie. I had high hopes going in and was completely let down when I watched this.
The acting was horrible and unconvincing. Every bit of dialog was forced and overly dramatic without a talent to deliver a convincing line.
I guess I was expecting a movie like Day Zero but it was a lot closer to Plan Nine From Outer Space. Just terrible.
Its a shame really because I have been hoping to see some movies about the soldiers and the things they are going through over in Iraq and Afganistan that will show the truth behind the bravery of our troops and the mission they are on.
This however is not the film. Good story. Very poorly executed.
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