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Horrible directing and a very cheap movie with bad acting. Although the pride and valor are well-represented, the plot is depressing and does not make much sense. It jumps to everything being fine one minute to chaos the next, with no real explanation. As a Soldier, I picked out quite a few mistakes in the movie, such as the wrong combat uniform in Iraq. I wanted to turn it off after about 30 minutes into the movie because it was dark and depressing...and there were comments in the movie that were a disgrace to American service men and women, such as mocking the Star Spangled Banner and saying "nurses aren't Soldiers." I feel like the director was not 100% sure about Army regulations or customs. It was hard to even tell if the main character was in the Army or Marines until they clarified it at the very end. Not a good movie...and definitely feel like it should have been directed and funded better.
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