Jarhead 2 – Zurück in die Hölle (Video 2014)26K
Jarhead 2 – Zurück in die Hölle: Directed by Don Michael Paul. With Cole Hauser, Josh Kelly, Danielle Savre, Bokeem Woodbine. Without tanks or air support, a corporal and his team must muster all the courage and firepower they can to fight their way across war-torn Afghanistan and shepherd an important anti-Taliban woman to safety.
“Marine Corporal Chris Merrimette reluctantly takes a promotion from Major James Gavins (Stephen Lang) as the new leader of his supply squad after his sergeant gets killed by the Taliban. He is eager to return to his wife. His unit consists of Corporal Danny Kettner (Bokeem Woodbine), Lance Corporal Dani Allen, Private Rafael Soto, and Private Justin Li. Afghan Army Private Khalid Hassan Abu Faisal joins them on a resupply mission to a dangerous outpost. They are retasked when they pick up a SEAL team trying to evacuate an anti-Taliban activist.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe interesting thing about the first Jarhead is that the guy struggled with a war which doesnu0026#39;t need him. This is almost an opposite premise. Chris canu0026#39;t wait to get out of the war that desperately needs him. Iu0026#39;m fine with a completely new premise for a completely new war. There is plenty of gunfire action which is more than what I expect from a TV movie. The realism is debatable and thatu0026#39;s no small thing. I really question Kettner pulling Faisal off the garbage pile. It would be more real to run away and let the new Arab take the bomb blast if thatu0026#39;s what he wants. That conflict between realistic and unrealistic never goes away. Iu0026#39;m sure others have different ideas. The kill ratio seems high. Several times, the guys wipe out the entire opposition. The final rescue mission seems unrealistic. I donu0026#39;t know why they didnu0026#39;t at least try the Talibanu0026#39;s trucks. The realism questioning goes on and on. Itu0026#39;s not Rambo but itu0026#39;s not that far from it. Some of the masked Taliban fighters look white. At least, the setting looks good.”