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Corporal Evan Albright (Charlie Weber) joined the elite Marine Corps Security Guards to save the world and see some action-not necessarily in that order. But his first assignment, protecting a U. S. Embassy in a seemingly safe Middle Eastern capitol, relegates his unit to wrangling "gate groupies" protesting outside the compound and honing their marksmanship by playing video games. So Albright and his team are caught off guard when well-armed and well-trained militants launch a surprise attack aimed at killing an informant in the embassy. Heavily out-gunned, they will have to muster all the courage and firepower they can as their once routine assignment spirals into all-out war.Written by
It's not often I turn a movie off and don't finish it, but I did with this one. How do you make a military movie, but have absolutely no military guidance in the acting? At about 20 minutes in when they do the training scenario, they fly past every room without clearing them. Then Albright head shots the terrorist holding the HVT without having his weapon shouldered properly or even looking through the optics. That was enough to know this movie was all Hollywood and no military accuracy.
Don't waste your time
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