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British Army Colonel Katherine Powell (Helen Mirren) heads a joint operation of USAF drone surveillance crew and Kenyan operatives to seize a group of Al-Shabaab terrorists hiding in Nairobi. But, issues get complicated when surveillance reveals the terrorists seem like planning a suicide bomb attack. Mission modifications from capture” to kill”, with doable civilian casualties. And time is operating out. A conflict fought in command rooms through surveillance cameras, video displays, and radios—and its as nerve-wracking as being in the course of a hail of bullets. The moral complications, dependent on time by the minute, present an insufferable, mentally-fatiguing sense of suspense. With Alan Rickman, Aaron Paul and Barkhad Abdi.
The biopic of one in all America’s deadliest snipers, Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) who served 4 excursions within the Iraq War and has over one hundred sixty confirmed kills. The film follows his life as a boy in Texas as his father teaches him to hunt, then turns to rodeo as an adult together with his brother, joins the U.S. Navy SEALs and gets deployed in Iraq where his accomplishments earn him the nickname of the Legend.” There’s one thing in sniper movies, of being behind the telescope that enthralls, and this film depends on it to intensify the drama. From there, the story shifts to a backstory that helps in understanding what sort of a man is holding the rifle. A very intimate portrait of a much bigger-than-life hero who makes arduous choices and sacrifices, this is a real American story. Also starring Sienna Miller and Luke Grimes.
A 4-man Navy SEAL operation gone bad. Based on the true story of Marcus Luttrell (Mark Wahlberg), who, along with Navy SEALs Lt. Michael P. Murphy, Danny Dietz, and Matthew Axelson (Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch and Ben Foster, respectively), are deployed in Afghanistan to capture a high-rating Taliban leader however are discovered and get surrounded by a whole bunch of Taliban soldiers. The title is a dead giveaway. But, that doesn’t stop this for being a pulse-pounding motion thriller, with bone-cracking grit, relentless violence, and no time to wax poetic. As far as combat engagements go, this appears to be like to be as real as it gets.
The true story of the siege in Benghazi. On the eve of the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, local militants storm a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. Six brave soldiers from a close-by CIA-operated outpost come to their rescue and maintain off the fort in opposition to insurmountable odds. Even from the primary 10 minutes, the film has obtained you by the throat, and does not release it means till the end credits begin rolling. This is among the most thrilling, unnerving Alamo-sort, 2-hour action movie you may ever see. Love or hate him, Michael Bay kicks ass. With John Krasinksi, James Badge Dale, Max Martin and Dominic Fumusa.