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on 13 May 2017
brilliant
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on 7 April 2017
Awesome
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on 3 March 2017
a god true film
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on 17 May 2017
Great war film showing an SAS mission
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on 4 April 2017
Ok
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on 12 November 2015
seen this many years ago but still worth another look very good
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on 1 November 2015
Having read the book, I was excited to watch the film. However, it's too dated now and there was a lot of the book left out. Not the best acting in the world either. This could do with a remake I feel.
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on 21 May 2017
Ok. Was expecting it to be better than it was, nothing special but still an ok watch. Book was a whole lot better, however, this is often the case.
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on 30 May 2017
I enjoyed this and the book,however that was untill I read a book called "the real bravo 2 zero" I would recomend to all, try and get a coppy of "the real bravo2 zero"
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on 20 September 2010
During the 1991 Gulf War a unit of the SAS is given the task of destroying communications between mobile Scud missile launchers and their control centre in Baghdad but their mission proves to be a failure when soon after they land by helicopter they are discovered by a shepherd boy who alerts Iraqui soldiers in the area and the unit is hunted down across the desert as they try to get to the Syrian border and safety. The unit creates havoc as they fight their way towards Syria, they kill many soldiers, they face dust storms, intense heat and dehydration in the day and intense cold and hypothermia at night and when most of them are caught the Irquis are not surprisingly pretty annoyed with them and they consequently suffer greatly at their hands.

The film is a thrilling, true, action-packed story of courage, comradeship and endurance laced with crude barrack room humour and Sean Bean is superb as Sergeant Andy McNab, the leader of the patrol. Luckily for the captive soldiers the war was a short one so they survived to tell the tale and write the book.
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