Kilo Two Bravo (2015)
Critic Consensus: Kilo Two Bravo honors its fact-based story with an almost unbearably tense drama that captures the horrors -- and the human cost -- of modern warfare.
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as Mark Wright
as Jay Davis
as Stu Pearson
as Stu Hale
as Ken Barlow
as Dave Prosser
as Alex Craig
as Luke Mauro
as Kajaki Mike
as Kajaki Jon
as Steven "Bombhead" Watson
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Kilo Two Bravo is one of the most intense anti-war films extant.
Mines detonate, the men hold on, the humour is the gallows' kind and the audience's gut is as tight as the tourniquets on the hurt soldiers' stumps.
Few war films are entertaining in a traditional sense. This one is so relentless that recoiling from it is nearly impossible.
Once the men are on the riverbed facing a painful death, [director] Katis and screenwriter Tom Williams wind up the suspense to the point where even a rock cascading down a hill will have you holding your breath, waiting for the next bomb to detonate.
Audience Reviews for Kilo Two Bravo
Katis has crafted one of the most unbearably tensioned filled film I have ever seen. I was glued to the screen for the entire film, the script and characters are amazing, but the filmmaking is what really captures the acclaim. The film and the characters are shown respect and you feel like all the choices are true to the real life characters. Katis had the task of trapping the audience to the single location for the duration of the film and he doesn't fail with this task. This seems to have missed the core audience but word of mouth has been kind to this film and I have since pushed others to watch this film. Powerful filmmaking and one of the most engaging war films I have seen for quite some time. 10-03-2018.
An acceptable war film depicting the plight of soldiers who are stuck in a mine infested part of Afghanistan. Missing something though.
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