An unprecedented blend of real-life heroism and original filmmaking, Act of Valor stars a group of active-duty Navy SEALs in a powerful story of contemporary global anti-terrorism. Inspired by true events, the film combines stunning combat sequences, up-to-the minute battlefield technology and heart-pumping emotion for the ultimate action adventure. Act of Valor takes audiences deep into the secretive world of the most elite, highly trained group of warriors in the modern world. When the rescue of a kidnapped CIA operative leads to the discovery of a deadly terrorist plot against the U.S., a team of SEALs is dispatched on a worldwide manhunt. As the valiant men of Bandito Platoon race to stop a coordinated attack that could kill and wound thousands of American civilians, they must balance their commitment to country, team and their families back home. Each time they accomplish their mission, a new piece of intelligence reveals another shocking twist to the deadly terror plot, which ... Written by
The only easy day was yesterday.
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24 February 2012 (USA)
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Opening Weekend: $24,476,632
(24 February 2012)
(1 June 2012)
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Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1
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Did You Know?
In the commentary the producers say the torture scene is a "Hollywood" torture scene. The stories that they researched and heard about were far more sadistic and gory than what they shot on scene. They were also certain they would get a X rating if they filmed some the methods they researched. See more
When Weimy and Sonny are dispatched to Africa to conduct reconnaissance, they are accompanied by six additional SEALS when they parachute from the C130 into the ocean. When they rendezvous with the submarine, Weimy and Sonny enter the submarine alone, and the sub submerges immediately thereafter.
The remaining men are not shown entering the submarine, so where did they go? See more
Before my father died, he said the worst thing about growing old was that other men stopped seeing you as dangerous. I've always remembered that, how being dangerous was sacred, a badge of honor. You live your life by a code, an ethos. Every man does. It's your shoreline. It's what guides you home. And trust me, you're always trying to get home.
Referenced in The Big Review: Episode #1.1
Written by Keith Urban
Performed by Keith Urban See more