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Even last year's much-heralded The Hurt Locker eked out just million in receipts.But the lack of moviegoer response hasn't deterred filmmakers from tackling these ongoing conflicts in the Middle East; in fact, the latest -- Restrepo -- is in theaters this weekend.S, soldier and tell him to kill one of his men or the captor will shoot him. i think eventually they get rescued but the soldier goes insane when he gets home.. thats the only part of the movie i saw and i would like to see the rest. It was an excellent portrayal of actual day to day combat. As for 'Redacted', it was a steaming pile of **** that tried to be indie hipster and all insightful but came across as arrogant and cliche.'The Mark of Cain' and 'Home of the Brave' deserve honorable mention.An intriguing, behind-the-scenes look at how news is covered, One of only a few non-documentaries on our list, this powerful, Oscar-nominated drama stars Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster as a pair of American soldiers charged with informing families that their loved ones have died in battle. It does so by handing cameras to the soldiers themselves, with several members of a National Guard unit shooting the movie's footage -- including both moments of combat and the realities of day-to-day living on base -- while deployed in early 2004. We know: we had you at "Larry The Cable Guy."Leave it to Roberto Benigni to make light of a terrible situation. George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube, and Spike Jonze play American soldiers stationed in a chaotic Iraq at the conclusion of the first Gulf War in 1991. Russell's satire manages to be stylish, funny, political, sentimental, and wholly original, while adding a number of solid action sequences and great performances.
Officially titled Their Majesties Visit the United States of America and produced by the Afghan government, this film documents King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah’s and Queen Humaira Begum’s September, 1963, trip to the U. The royal couple are shown being greeted by President Kennedy at the White House, sightseeing in Washington, D.
I'll let yall know how i feel about no end in sight and turtles can fly after im done watching The best made movie about politics and such in the midle east is by far Syriana.
It potraits the simple and efficient types of leverage used by american diplomacy to bend and seduce foreign officials and leaders.
As for the rest im not sure but im actually about to watch no end in sight and turtles can fly.
I agree war documentary's are depressing and not many are interested but it is in an odd way to see what REALLY goes on if your into that stuff.
Kathryn Bigelow's portrait of an American military bomb squad charged with locating and defusing improvised explosive devices during the Iraq conflict has attracted criticism from some veterans for its alleged inaccuracies, but that doesn't stop uses a series of interviews with key players and journalists to paint a highly critical portrait of both the decision to go to war and the American government's handling of the occupation.