The only easy day was yesterday.
Timothy Gibbs, Roselyn Sanchez, Jason Cottle, Nestor Serrano, Ailsa Marshall, Gonzalo Menendez, Emilio Rivera, Dimiter D. Marinov
Mike McCoy, Scott Waugh
|Editing||Siobhan Prior, Michael Tronick, Scott Waugh|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, Datasat|
|SA distributor||Nu Metro|
|Produced by||Bandito Brothers|
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|Sex / Nudity
||Blood / Gore / Gross
|Guns / Weapons
||Alcohol / Drugs
||Disrespectful / Bad Attitude
|Frightening / Tense Scenes
||Tense Family Scenes
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What the Critics say
Michael Rechtshaffen Setting out to be the real deal of US Navy SEAL movies, this film is played by active-duty recruits. The well-intentioned stab at manufactured authenticity yields mixed results.
|Chicago Sunday Times|
James Berardinelli I suspect most gamers will appreciate this, if only for the familiarity it provides. The best I can say is that I was never bored, although I was never overwhelmed, either. There are enough small things to keep it interesting even when many of the big things fail.
T. Durgin There is enough spectacle here to recommend seeing this on the big-screen for combat movie junkies. But if you want a truly authentic depiction of men at war complete with real emotion and real scenes of life-or-death battle, you really have to go the documentary route and see Restrepo or the more recent Hell and Back Again.
Tomatometer It's undeniably reverent of the real-life heroes in its cast, but Act of Valor lets them down with a clichéd script, stilted acting, and a jingoistic attitude that ignores the complexities of war.
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What the People say
24000 Netizens What can I say, Excellent - Finally!
Average .. 50%