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Garrison (2008)

R | | Drama | 21 January 2008 (USA)
A military mystery, Garrison revolves around an A.W.O.L soldier who is being searched for by his fellow troops. Garrison was inspired by the Fort Bragg killings of 2002.


Kerry Valderrama

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Credited cast:
James Jay Barnes ... Nathan Cross
Elizabeth Ingalls Elizabeth Ingalls ... Andrea McManus
Kerry Valderrama ... Daniel McManus
Erik Collins Erik Collins ... Lucas Cain
Shelley Calene-Black ... Karen Taylor
Jason Cox Jason Cox ... Xavier Rivera
Brent Boller Brent Boller ... Charles Mace
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Angelica Brooke Allen Angelica Brooke Allen ... Stephanie McManus (as Angelica Allen)
Evie A. Armstrong Evie A. Armstrong ... Shannon Lee
Erin Bendele Erin Bendele ... SPC Williams
Patrick Cardenas Patrick Cardenas ... Miguel Garcia
Bettina Cardona Bettina Cardona ... Sugar - Dancer
Rick Carrillo Rick Carrillo ... Robert Sanchez
Elijah Curtis Elijah Curtis ... SSG Lambrose
Christopher L Dean Christopher L Dean ... Jedadiah Leech (as Chris L. Dean)


In the military, Garrison is the collective term for the body of troops stationed in a particular location, originally to guard it, but now often simply using it as a home base. A military mystery, Garrison revolves around an A.W.O.L soldier who is being searched for by his fellow troops. Garrison was inspired by the Fort Bragg killings of 2002. Written by Kerry Valderrama

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Rated R for language, sexual content and some violence | See all certifications »






Release Date:

21 January 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bond of Honor See more »

Filming Locations:

San Antonio, Texas, USA

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Somebody shoot me too
3 August 2009 | by supernick-3See all my reviews

I've read prior comments concerning the character development, the musical score, and more good reasons to kill time with this movie.

I heartily disagree.

The music is good, but it's sometimes overwhelming and unnecessarily hard. The characters, apart from the investigating sergeant, are cardboard characters, deprived of intelligence. I found it really hard to care about any of them, and I was continuously hoping that they would all end up in freakish accidents. Even the newbies deserved to get it up the rear end. I especially consider here the staff sergeant who goes AWOL. This guy is giving orders, and he's a total basket case. If this is an accurate description of the American army, then by God, the world is in peril. The pace of the movie is slow, to say the least, the dialogues are simple (suitable for a redneck military audience), and did I mention that the characters are despicable?

I suffered through the movie, and wish all the people who think this is good and realistic all the best. I fear a society where this is your standard drama, and I advise military leaders to also select their officers based on a psychological profile, and not only on the badass crazy percentage.

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