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Black Jack March
Written by Fred Huffer
Performed by the First Armored Division Band of Fort Bliss See more »
Worth watching on TV
Never heard this one before, accidentally found it on local cable TV today and it got my attention.
I was expecting more military action, but then I realized this film is not about war, it's about emotions. Very good acting by all the actors (not only by Michelle Monaghan) - that's something rare lately! She was awesome in the role, despite the story wasn't too.... vivid.
Despite I was expecting to see something more from this film, yet, I was not disappointed at the end.
My rating: 7/10
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