Flag waving stuff here. It tells us that killing 160 people with a sniper rifle is a damn good way to make yourself a national hero.
Pretty long too, I was just waiting for the end to come after about 90 minutes, but that didn’t happen for another 40 minutes.
The action scenes were well done, and the acting was fine, but a film about killing people to protect soldiers who should not have been there in the first place is a bit too much to take.
How many national heroes are there that singled handedly saved the lives of 160 people with a scalpel?
Date watched: December 25th
Film count 2015: 164