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Lt. Samuel Drake (Chadwick Boseman) is a troubled vet plagued by his actions while deployed in Iraq. Recently discharged, he is trying to piece his life back together while he works as a cab driver and lives in a rundown motel room. He also attends counseling sessions led by Marshall (Billy Zane) to help cope with the horrors of his past. While on this path to a fresh start, Drake's fragile new life is shattered when two executives (Peter Greene and Ted Rooney), who represent a private military contractor, present a new mission, one with no option to refuse; track down and kill Sgt. Devin Carter (Tory Kittles), an AWOL Marine Corps. sniper who knows the truth about Drake's past and who himself is on a mission to target and kill members of the mercenary firm. A gripping, lyrical meditation on war and the scars it leaves on those who fight, The Kill Hole is a story of one man who is forced to face his violent past, and the uneasy bond he forms with the mysterious assassin he must ...Written by
The Kill Hole
The only reason I could give this 2 stars was because of the great acting by both Torry Kittles (Sgt. Devon Carter) and Chadwick Boseman (Lt. Samuel Drake). As for the movie, it was beyond horrible. It starts out with a very emotionally scarred man (Drake). He was recently discharged from fighting in Iraq and took up a job as a cab driver. He is convinced by some mercenaries that he needs to clean up some of the things that happened in Iraq and that another marine (Devon Carter) witnessed the heinous things that occurred. The first 30 minutes of the movie are PAINFULLY boring. Not one bit of action occurs and the dialogue is very dry. Once you meet Sgt. Carter, the action heats up for about 10 minutes and then goes back to the dry plot, story, and dialogue. Carter has become a withdrawn maniac that lives in the jungle after what he has seen and they try to bring in little stories like what happened to his spotter from seeing the actions. This was all pointless to even add to the story at that point since you never meet his spotter (Binder) or see more than a five second cut-scene from Iraw. By the end of the movie, I was counting the minutes until it would end. I was waiting around for a very dramatic ending, but was again extremely disappointed.
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