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  • ELITE FORCE OPERATION MEKONG

    Rating: 18

  • BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK

    Rating: 15

    STARRING JOE ALWYN VIN DIESEL.DIRECTED BY ANG LEE

  • HACKSAW RIDGE

    Rating: 15

    BAFTA WINNER -ACADEMY AWARD WINNER DIRECTED BY MEL GIBSON TRUE STORY

  • Forsaken

    Rating: 15

  • A War (Krigen)

    Rating: 15

  • Good Kill

    Rating: 15

    IFC Films
    Runtime: 103

    In the shadowy world of drone warfare, combat unfolds like a video game-only with real lives at stake. After six tours of duty, Air Force pilot Tom Egan (Ethan Hawke) yearns to get back into the cockpit of a real plane, but he now fights theTaliban from an air-conditioned box in the Las Vegas desert. When he and his crew start taking orders directly from the CIA, and the stakes are raised, Egan's nerves-and his relationship with his wife (Mad Men's January Jones)-begin to unravel. Revealing the psychological toll drone pilots endure as they are forced to witness the aftermath of their fight against insurgents, Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, Lord of War) directs this riveting insider's view of 21st-century warfare, in which operatives target enemies from half a world away. (C) IFC Films

  • Fury

    Rating: 15

    Sony Pictures
    Runtime: 135

    April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany. (C) Sony

  • Emperor

    Rating: 12A

    Roadside Attractions
    Runtime: 105

    Matthew Fox (WORLD WAR Z, I, ALEX CROSS, "Lost") joins with Academy Award (R) winner Tommy Lee Jones (LINCOLN, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, THE FUGITIVE, HOPE SPRINGS), newcomer Eriko Hatsune and award-winning Japanese star Toshiyuki Nishida (GET UP!, TSURIBAKA NISSHI 14, TSURIBAKA NISSHI 6, GAKKO, DUN-HUANG) to bring to life the American occupation of Japan in the perilous and unpredictable days just after Emperor Hirohito's World War II surrender. As General Douglas MacArthur (Jones) suddenly finds himself the de facto ruler of a foreign nation, he assigns an expert in Japanese culture - and psychological warfare - General Bonner Fellers (Fox), to covertly investigate the looming question hanging over the country: should the Japanese Emperor, worshiped by his people but accused of war crimes, be punished or saved? Caught between the high-wire political intrigue of his urgent mission and his own impassioned search for the mysterious school teacher (Hatsune) who first drew him to Japan, Fellers can be certain only that the tricky subterfuge about to play out will forever change the history of two nations and his heart. (c) Roadside Attractions

    Despite a typically strong performance from Tommy Lee Jones, Emperor does little with its fascinating historical palate, and is instead bogged down in a cliched romantic subplot.

  • Soldiers of Fortune

    Rating: 15

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.
    Runtime: 94

    Captain Craig McKenzie (Christian Slater), a former US special forces soldier, is hired to protect a group of millionaires who want to experience firsthand the kicks and thrills of war. However, the mission goes horribly wrong, and the men get a lot more than they bargained for. -- (C) MGM

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  • Act of Valor

    Rating: 15

    Relativity Media
    Runtime: 101

    An unprecedented blend of real-life heroism and original filmmaking, Act of Valor stars a group of active-duty U.S. Navy SEALs in a film like no other in Hollywood's history. A fictionalized account of real life Navy SEAL operations, Act of Valor features a gripping story that takes audiences on an adrenaline-fueled, edge-of-their-seat journey. When a mission to recover a kidnapped CIA operative unexpectedly results in the discovery of an imminent, terrifying global threat, an elite team of highly trained Navy SEALs must immediately embark on a heart-stopping secret operation, the outcome of which will determine the fate of us all. Act of Valor combines stunning combat sequences, up-to-the-minute battlefield technology, and heart-pumping emotion for the ultimate action adventure film-showcasing the skills, training and tenacity of the greatest action heroes of them all: real Navy SEALs. -- (C) Relativity

    It's undeniably reverent of the real-life heroes in its cast, but Act of Valor lets them down with a cliched script, stilted acting, and a jingoistic attitude that ignores the complexities of war.

  • In Darkness

    Rating: 15

    Sony Pictures
    Runtime: 145

    From acclaimed director Agnieszka Holland, In Darkness is based on a true story. Leopold Socha, a sewer worker and petty thief in Lvov, a Nazi occupied city in Poland, one day encounters a group of Jews trying to escape the liquidation of the ghetto. He hides them for money in the labyrinth of the town's sewers beneath the bustling activity of the city above. What starts out as a straightforward and cynical business arrangement turns into something very unexpected, the unlikely alliance between Socha and the Jews as the enterprise seeps deeper into Socha's conscience. The film is also an extraordinary story of survival as these men, women and children all try to outwit certain death during 14 months of ever increasing and intense danger. -- (C) Sony Pictures Classics

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  • Red Tails

    Rating: 15

    20th Century Fox
    Runtime: 120

    1944. To help win the war, the Pentagon brass has no choice but to consider the untested African-American pilots of the experimental Tuskegee training program. Just as the young Tuskegee men are about to be shut down and shipped back home, they are given the ultimate chance to show their courage. These intrepid young airmen take to the skies to fight for their country - and the fate of the free world. -- (C) Official Site

    Despite a worthy fact-based story and obvious good intentions, Red Tails suffers from one-dimensional characters, corny dialogue, and heaps of cliches.

  • The Flowers of War

    Rating: 15

    Wrekin Hill Entertainment
    Runtime: 145

    In 1937, Nanking stands at the forefront of a war between China and Japan. As the invading Japanese Imperial Army overruns China's capital city, desperate civilians seek refuge behind the nominally protective walls of a western cathedral. Here, John Miller (Christian Bale), an American trapped amidst the chaos of battle and the ensuing occupation takes shelter, joined by a group of innocent schoolgirls and thirteen courtesans, equally determined to escape the horrors taking place outside the church walls. Struggling to survive the violence and persecution wrought by the Japanese army, it is an act of heroism which eventually leads the seemingly disparate group to fight back, risking their lives for the sake of everyone. -- (C) Wrekin Hill

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  • The Hurt Locker

    Rating: 15

    Summit Entertainment
    Runtime: 127

    A well-acted, intensely shot, action filled war epic, Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker is thus far the best of the recent dramatizations of the Iraq War.

  • Rescue Dawn

    Rating: 15

    MGM
    Runtime: 120

    Director Werner Herzog has once again made a compelling tale of man v.s nature, and Christian Bale completely immerses himself in the role.

  • Black Hawk Down

    Rating: 15

    Sony Pictures
    Runtime: 152

    The movie may have skimmed on character development, but the action will keep viewers riveted.

  • Saving Private Ryan

    Rating: 18

    Paramount Pictures
    Runtime: 170

    Anchored by another winning performance from Hanks, Spielberg's unflinchingly realistic war film virtually redefines the genre.

  • Casualties of War

    Rating: 18

    Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
    Runtime: 114

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  • Full Metal Jacket

    Rating: 18

    Warner Bros.
    Runtime: 116

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  • Platoon

    Rating: R18

    Orion Pictures
    Runtime: 113

    Informed by director Oliver Stone's personal experiences in Vietnam, Platoon foregoes easy sermonizing in favor of a harrowing, ground-level view of war, bolstered by no-holds-barred performances from Charlie Sheen and Willem Dafoe.

  • Kajaki

    Rating: 15

  • I Am Soldier

    Rating: 18

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