"It's not a cursed op. There's no curses. It's just Afghanistan, that's all."
One common thought watching this was "History was written by the victors", or survivor I suppose in this case. Of course Luttrell didn't want to kill the goat herds, of course he didn't.
Anyway, a bit jingoistic really, but a good watch all the same. The intro montage show how much the wannabe SEALs go through and I thought it was kinda reflective then they were able…
A bit rich to dub this a Batman effort. Very much a secondary character in this, Deadshot is your primary protagonist (Neal McDonough's dignified voice acting and a photo of Deadshot with his daughter being shoved in your face hint at that from the start). Essentially, this is a Suicide Squad effort, using the Batman pull as a bit of a bait n' switch.
Ignoring all that, this was ok. Plot really wasn't up to much, but it had some…
"Alright: Brandy, Heather, Channing, Brianna, Amber, Serena, Melody, Dakota, Sierra, Bambi, Crystal, Samantha, Autumn, Ruby, Taylor, Tara, Tammy, Lauren, Charlene, Chantelle, Courtney, Misty, Jenny, Krista, Mindy, Noel, Shelby, Trina, Reba, Cassandra, Nikki, Kelsey, Shawna, Jolene, Urleen, Claudia, Savannah, Casey, Dolly, Kendra, Kylie, Chloe, Devon, Emmalou, fuckin' Becky?! "
Very late to the party with this one. Worth the wait. It's amazing how a fuckin' talking teddy bear can change a film, it has all the slacker rom com clichés but…