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Code Name: Geronimo - The Hunt For Osama bin Laden [Blu-ray]
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After interrogated detainees reveal details on Osama bin Laden’s possible whereabouts, intense training begins for a team of Navy Seals who ready themselves for an unknown mission, with the only Intel that it will be top priority. With orders received from the Pentagon, the team lands at the US Air Base in Bagram, Afghanistan and learn their target will be known as Geronimo.
Code Name: Geronimo is the gripping story of an extraordinary group of Navy Seals who undertook the most daring military operation of our generation to either capture or kill America’s number one enemy.
"Gutsy and gripping" **** (Zoo)
"tremendously gripping and shot with real tension” (Orange Film)
"Non stop action from beginning to end." (Planet Browny)
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Plus anyone who has ever lived in South Asia knows that the IT infrastructure just ain't that good, and is constantly monitored by the local cops. Satellite phones are illegal and if you're not part of the local security set-up you're probably toast if you use one...
Still, technical stuff aside, everyone knows the story, and at least they don't show anyone being tortured for information and the film is entertaining and well acted...
It probably is more for TV but I would equally have enjoyed it at the cinema.