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American Sniper vs. Lone Survivor

American Sniper vs. Lone Survivor

A look into the most recent and thrilling war movies of modern film.

War movies have been a part of Hollywood for decades now, with each seemingly improving from the last. 417 more words


Review - Lone Survivor

With Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper having just opened this weekend to astonishing US box office figures, it seemed timely to revisit my review of Peter Berg’s… 1,138 more words



Even before superhero movies became all the new range director Peter Berg was taking the micky of them with his 2008 released Hancock.

Will Smith plays the grumpy, dislikeable superhero Hancock. 310 more words


Lone Survivor (2013)

Lone Survivor really works when it’s just trying to be a punishing combat movie. There’s a fantastic 30 minute stretch that shows human bodies taking an endless amount of damage – bullet wounds, broken bones, jumping off cliffs – it’s exhaustive, gruelling stuff and absolutely one of the most visceral and immersive pieces of action filmmaking I’ve seen in recent years. 226 more words

Media Diet

Films of the year

At work just before Christmas, we were talking about our Christmas party.  As it was taking place on a Thursday, we joked that we should just stay out all night and come straight to work.  907 more words

Mark Wahlberg Has Some News About 'The Six Billion Dollar Man'

Possibly the next hottest Back-to-School item.

Collider took part in a roundtable interview with Mark Wahlberg about his upcoming film The Gambler, and someone asked him for an update to the news that he’s going to be… 225 more words



A film by Peter Berg

Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch

Yes someone told me one time that 2000 soldier apply to be navy seals and about 20 makes it, that’s how hard it is to finish the training and if you graduate you are one the best and toughest dude on the planet. 323 more words