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(989) 5.9 125 min 2019

SGT. Will Gardner is a movie starring Max Martini, Omari Hardwick, and Lily Rabe. A troubled Iraq War veteran struggling to reintegrate into society sets out on a cross-country journey with the hope of reuniting with his young son.

Starring
Omari Hardwick, Max Martini, Robert Patrick, Lily Rabe
Genres
Adventure, War, Action, Drama
Director
Max Martini

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Adventure, War, Action, Drama
Director Max Martini
Writer Max Martini
Stars Omari Hardwick, Max Martini, Robert Patrick, Lily Rabe
Country USA
Also Known As Sgt. Will Gardner
Runtime 2H 5M
Description A troubled Iraq War veteran struggling to reintegrate into society sets out on a cross-country journey with the hope of reuniting with his young son.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 12:51

This is a film that really needs no commentary, just watch it, if you're into the usual themes and themes that modern war films tend to have. It's a great, old fashioned epic that's the equal of any of the 'Great War' films, and does it well. The film has a good storyline, involving a corrupt Colonel (the old Colonels of the time) who knows how to get the best out of his men, yet refuses to cooperate with a group of anti-war American soldiers, after he witnessed them fighting. It's an interesting story, that ties in with the actual events of the time, as well as the other films in the series. And the performances are very good. Yes, the actors are portraying their characters (they are also acting very well). But that doesn't take away from the fact that the actors are really, really good at it. The main characters are Bill Pullman, Dennis Quaid, and even John Hurt. It's a really good ensemble of great actors, and it shows. And the photography is great. I think there are only a few problems I have with the film. First off, there's some overly serious dialogue that feels more like a low budget Vietnam film. But even then, the film is still very good. Second, some of the character's are weak. For example, when Will is describing the events of the war to his fellow soldiers, his speech is kind of forced, and not really any of his lines have any relevance. And in the end, he never gives any of his soldiers any instructions, or any indication that he knows anything about what's going on in the war. And the final scene just doesn't feel right. But those are minor problems. I think the film is really well made, and really good, and really worth seeing.
Friday, 07 Aug 2020 23:05

There is a difference between what is fictional and what is fact. I'm sure you know that by now, so if you don't, there's nothing wrong with that. I'm just curious as to how a story like this would play out on the silver screen. I'm not talking about the "heart-wrenching" scenes of war or the "blood, gore, and guts" that are so commonplace. I'm talking about the things that are important to the story, like family, friends, and even friendship itself. I can imagine that people who don't like this movie will say "I know how it is, I was there". Well, I was there, but that doesn't mean that I was there. I can think of plenty of times when I was fighting, and I can remember many of the things that I was thinking about when I was fighting. As for "MGM movies", it is not like they were ever trying to make a movie about this. There was no fanfare to it, no marketing, no advertising. This movie was just made by two of my favorite actors, and it was made to tell a story. If it is a good movie, it will be one of those movies that doesn't get made anymore. I don't know about you, but I think that if I had a million dollars, I'd make a good movie. I wouldn't be sitting here complaining about how bad it is, because it isn't. If it's not good, it's still good. If it isn't good, it's still good. It's the same with this movie. I can't think of a single thing that I would change. I like the fact that it's not a typical war movie. I like that it's not a "Man vs. Man" movie. I like that it doesn't follow any of the "typical" cliches. I like that it doesn't have the cliches that I think a typical war movie would have. It's not a typical movie. It's a story. It's a movie. I don't know about you, but I'll watch any movie over and over again just because I like it. If you don't like a movie, then you're not a movie lover, you're a critic. It's not that I'm against criticism, I'm just saying that criticism doesn't make a good movie, and if you don't like a movie, then you're not a movie lover, you're a critic. If you have a problem with a movie, then you're a critic. If you're going to complain about a movie that you didn't like, then you're a critic. If you're going to say something about a movie that you did like, then you're a critic. I'm not here to criticize. I'm here to tell you that this is not a typical war movie. This is a movie about a war. And it is a war movie, and it's a story about a war. It's not supposed to be any more or less than that. I give it a rating of 8/10. I can't say that I'm surprised.
Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 14:36

If you have ever watched a few documentaries on the war in Vietnam or the rest of the Vietcong in the mid-1970s you know that the movie did not portray the war as it really was. It was the Vietnam war portrayed in a fictional fashion. That was the reality of the war, and that was a movie. The Vietnam war was a hell of a lot worse than portrayed in this movie. In the movie a young, naive Sergeant Gardner is sent out to a simple, dirt-poor outpost in the middle of a war zone. The compound is poorly maintained and the soldier is confused and left behind. As the movie progresses he is approached by a beautiful, attractive, black Vietnamese girl who seems to know more about the war than he does. It is a strange, foreign and intoxicating scene. Eventually the girl takes him to a crowded and loud bar where he meets an old, beautiful, Caucasian colonel. The colonel is a father figure and offers the young man a job in the field. This scene is quite funny in itself. Eventually the young soldier, who is referred to as "Hans" in the movie, finds himself working with the Vietnamese and the colonel's son. He soon discovers that there is more to the war than the colonel's son, but before he can do so the colonel and his son are killed. This part of the movie is quite moving, but the first scene of the movie leaves the viewer with a bad taste in the mouth. It is not surprising, but it is a bit unpleasant. The movie does a good job in explaining the war to the viewer. They do a good job at portraying the war as it really was. I highly recommend this movie.


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