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The battle scenes that never outlasts since 1917, Movie The Outpost

Back to this weekend, I had gone through the movie “The outpost” and was fascinated of the scenes that really make me feel I am in the battleground.

This movie has a rating of 96% on rotten tomatoes and 7.9 on IMDb and has a box office collection of nearly 500 million USD. 

Cast

This epic film was directed by a person having a great personality in the film industry Rod Lurie and starring names like Scott Eastwood, Caleb Landry Jones, Orlando Bloom, Jack Kesy, Jacob Scipio, and Taylor John Smith. 

Plot

This movie is based on the lifestyle of the army when they are on duty. It gives you a clear vision of the difficulties that have been faced by the army persons.

This movie has some tags by the retired Army officers as realistic and relatable to their life when they live in bunkers or on the outpost.

This movie is based on the life of soldiers who are living on an outpost in the deep valley of Afghanistan from the year 2006 to 2010.

Although, This film has some scenes which shown poor directing skills like,  There is too much text on the screen for the first ten minutes. The names of the soldiers have been flashed too frequently that we can’t read them. And some others in the scenes.

Movie outpost cast the characters that are actually not good with there role and this shows a fallback for this film.

Scenes like that glass guy with uttering words or those jokes in the starting half an hour of the film, It actually looks like being shown for completing the time limit to be a film.

The wait for the tremendous action starts after half of the movie and lasts till the end of the movie. 

Here we can see whispering bullets and war of bomb between the troops and the Naxalite community of Afghanistan.

The thing that makes you shock in the movie is, No one of the troops gets hurt or Die and that actually unrealistic.

Although, you can watch this movie for filling again the bucket of patriotism and again waking up your love for the nation.

This type of movie been seen on screen after a long time and reason may be Racism or something… you can guess, but I suggest go for a time.

By Albert

Albert is a 24-year-old former secretary at a law firm who enjoys badminton, social card games and drinking. He is inspiring and bright, but can also be very lazy and a bit moody.

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