Black Hawk Down
Action • R • 2001 • 2 hr 25 min
This is honestly my favorite war movie, and possibly my favorite film of all time. Just an incredibly well made and acted film
One of my favorite war movies of all time, great film, acting and story! 10/10
Cracking performances from an exciting cast
All around great movie plenty of action and is pretty close to what actually happened
Incredible war movie. It’s not Saving Private Ryan. It’s not moving or emotional, but it’s a straight up battle and was well directed.
Amazing story of loyalty and sacrifice. Maybe the best war film to watch on Memorial Day
One of the greatest military movies of all time.
Good movie and to show what can go wrong in a short time.
An action movie based on true story with an insight into East cultutre.
Love this movie as one of the most greatest war films ever made.
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