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Saints and Soldiers 2 - Airborne Creed 2012

On August 15th 1944, the 517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team jumped over the south of France. In their effort to complete the mission and rendezvous with their unit, three isolated paratroopers come across a group of French resistants in desperate need. They decide to help liberate some of the captive partisans but in doing so they risk their lives. They are the Airborne Creed.

Starring:
Corbin Allred, David Nibley
Runtime:
1 hour, 33 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Military & War, Drama
Director Ryan Little
Starring Corbin Allred, David Nibley
Supporting actors Jasen Wade
Studio Metrodome
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By P. Waller VINE VOICE on 12 Nov. 2012
Format: DVD
Operation Dragoon which is what this film is supposed to be about sadly lacks anything remotely to do with it. When one reads about the actual operation we learn how many men were involved and what honours '517 Parachute Regimental Combat Team' were awarded. This DVD is simply a poor second rate war film that someone somewhere thought to attach 517 PRCT's name to it. This film was not about Operation Dragoon and 517 PRCT but about 3 soldiers strolling around the countryside. The film had no connection whatsoever with reality. A flimsy storyline that struggles from start to finish. We have a French girl who can only speak a 'little' English but by the end speaks fluent English. We have 3 men set off in a jeep and in the next scene there are only 2 in it. We supposedly have Germans all around yet they walk in a bunch across open fields. It gives the impression of a film made on the lowest of budgets as can be seen with about 3 trucks, 1 tank and a couple of jeeps. The periphery of people look more like a weekend re-enactment group that have got together. The men of 517 PRCT deserved a film to be dedicated to them that was about them.
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This is nowhere near as good as the first film in this series- avoid it at all costs if you can!
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I have seen worse and I did manage to get through all the way to the end. But this is a VERY low-budget affair that plods in places, and with some of those annoying flashbacks tossed in for good measure. And the German soldiers in particular looked like a bunch of re-enactors.

This film was supposed to be set against the backdrop of Operation Dragoon, but it reflects none of the scale of that campaign at all. As others have said, it's basically just three blokes wandering around in the (very quiet) countryside, occasionally bumping into a few Germans and eventually a small group of French resistance.

On the plus side, there's none of that annoying "shakycam" filming technique that's been done to death over the past decade or so that has blighted many an 'action' movie.

Watchable once maybe (to kill a couple of hours if you're at a loose end), but not worth a repeat viewing IMHO.
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This isn't as good as the first one!
Many small stories in one movie which come together due to the soldiers!
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Dreadful: poor plot, unrealistic actions, characterisation and poor acting
Does not do the previous Saints & Soldiers justice - not recommended
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After reading some of the negative reviews on Amazon about this movie i was not really looking forward to watching it,
well i got a shock, i really enjoyed watching this movie, it had a good story, decent special effects, good actors, enough action and was just as good as the first Saints and soldiers film, don't be put off with the other negative reviews, buy the movie
sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy!
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enjoyed the first Saints and Soldiers far more.thought this one lost the plot a bit, was disappointed.Bought it for my husband, he wasn't impressed.
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If the original "Saints and Soldiers" can be considered a hit, then this "prequel" is a solid miss.
The acting is acceptable. The observation about the telephone notwithstanding, the uniforms and firearms shown in the film were amazingly authentic. The special effects are reasonable given the budget the filmmakers had to work with.
A number of other reviewers have pointed out that this film was "obviously" made on a low budget, but that of itself is not a valid criticism. Anyone could do better, or more at any rate, if an extra couple hundred million dollars fell on their head, but the art of the "art" is to produce something good with whatever resources available.
The problem is in the script and the choreographing of the battle scenes - which were obviously not vetted by the military advisers (there are two listed in the credits) - or, their advice was ignored.
Part of the film has a "moral", that the Biblical Golden Rule "Do unto others as..." works even on the battlefield among men who are trying to kill each other. The concomitant to this is that "enemies" are also human; very much like us.
The other part of the film is the conventional "Hollywood" war movie were a small bunch of "our heroes" gun down an endless supply of one-dimensional "nasty Natzees" who, when they shoot, never seem to be able hit an Allied soldier or miss an unarmed victim. Needless to say, these two parts don't mesh very well and the story just comes across as kind of dumb.
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