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If you like your war films to be one round short of decent, this could be your flick! An hour in before any action takes place. The U.S. Department of Propaganda has excelled on this 'true story.' Script is duff, as is the cast. It is on around 90 minutes too long too. Don't think the Taliban have landed a single round so far. Not sure I can watch the entire flick. IT REALLY IS THAT BAD. I wish I could rate it as zero.
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