A group of Navy SEALs comes to learn the identity of their target: Osama bin Laden.


Kendall Lampkin (screenplay)
4,005 ( 412)
Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Cam Gigandet ... Stunner
Anson Mount ... Cherry
Freddy Rodríguez ... Trench (as Freddy Rodriguez)
Xzibit ... Mule (as Alvin 'Xzibit' Joiner)
Kathleen Robertson ... Vivian
Robert Knepper ... Lieutenant Commander
Eddie Kaye Thomas ... Christian
Kenneth Miller ... Sauce
William Fichtner ... Mr. Guidry
Jenny Gabrielle ... Tricia
Mo Gallini ... Interrogator
Suhail Dabbach ... Arab Man
Tait Fletcher ... D-Punch
Sarah Minnich ... Waitress
Kristen DeVore Rakes ... CIA Analyst (as Kristen Rakes)


When the rumored whereabouts of Osama bin Laden is revealed, the CIA readies a team of seasoned U.S. Navy SEALs for the mission of a lifetime. Despite inconclusive evidence that bin Laden is inside the compound, and ignoring the possible ramifications of an unannounced attack on Pakistani soil, the Pentagon orders the attack. The SEAL Team bands together to complete their mission of justice in a riveting final showdown. Written by Nat Geo

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Robert Knepper and William Fitchner previously starred together on Prison Break. See more »


The uniforms and gear used by the SEALs during the raid are olive drab Camoflauge and single tube Night vision goggles. During the real raid they wore Desert Digital Camoflauge and used four tube Night Vision Goggles. See more »


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aired before the 2012 presidential election?
5 November 2012 | by rightwingisevilSee all my reviews

here are what i found after viewed this hollow and empty, full of gestures and big patriotic words, absolutely meant nothing but to give a last minute Viagra-like campaign dose for the incumbent presidential candidate. why aired this before the election? why released it so generously on 'facebook' and 'twitter'? i strongly doubt that the national geography magazine liked to show obama that this magazine 100% endorsing president obama and would like to continuously receive full annual budget from this administration by showing that the president has played a critical role authorizing this mission. with this film released just before the election, more voters would vote for him, or voters who once were uncertain would decide in the last few days to vote for him.

okay, lets focus on this lousy film now. there was no strong storyline of this film. the cool actor who played the main character of 'hell on wheels" was totally wasted here. all the guys who played team members of the seal team 6 were just vague cardboard-like figures in this film. the dialog among the team members was so bored, there's nothing to watch for. some fighting scenes were totally unnecessary, they were jammed into this hollow film to fill up the empty spaces. the only good part was the CIA part, but still a very weak part. the training? it's absolutely a joke. the final raid? another big joke. after the raiders killed that 6'5" guy, suddenly, all the seal team 6 members were like taking a walk in new york's central park, walking down the stairs so relaxed, my god, what a lousy final moment of the raid. did you forget that you were carrying a secret mission in a sovereign country without the permission? did you guys know that time was the essence that you should immediately evacuate the target compound? but instead, what we saw was a bunch of u.s. GI so relaxingly walking down the stairs of that building just like walking out of the Yankee stadium after a ball game. give me a break.

again, i am so convinced that this movie was funded by this administration for the purpose of gaining more votes for the incumbent. it's so ideologically disgusting and politically incorrect.

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4 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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