Generation Kill [Blu-ray]

March 13, 2015 - Comment

Generation Kill (BD) Product Features Brand Name: HBO HOME VIDEO Mfg#: 883929029273 Shipping Weight: 0.55 lbs Manufacturer: Genre: TV All music products are properly licensed and guaranteed authentic.

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Generation Kill (BD)

Product Features

  • Brand Name: HBO HOME VIDEO Mfg#: 883929029273
  • Shipping Weight: 0.55 lbs
  • Manufacturer:
  • Genre: TV
  • All music products are properly licensed and guaranteed authentic.

Comments

D. Brown says:

Outstanding Series This series is an accurate and engrossing depiction of combat in Iraq. The Marines are presented realistically, as neither heroes nor villains, but men doing their jobs. There are stoic idealists like Sgt. Colbert and borderline psychotics like Cpt. America, and everything in between. This is just like any military unit, or any group of people for that matter. Instead of idealizing war, Generation Kill simply gives viewers a glimpse of what it is really like. And by the same token, the series does not condemn warfare, as many documentaries and films are so tempted to do lately.War is frustrating for the individual soldier. Not just the Iraq War, but any war. Generation Kill does an excellent job of capturing this frustration. The Sergeant Major’s obsession with the grooming standard is a perfect example of how military units often lose track of what their priorities should be. But in the Sergeant Major’s defense, standards are set for a reason. And if you stop enforcing…

Michael A. Sampsell "Cavalryman" says:

Watch this series I am an active duty Soldier and have fought in Iraq and Afghanistan. If you want to see the truth and “experience” the reality we all face, watch this series. There is none of the normal Hollywood left wing/right wing garbage anywhere in this series. It has no agenda except to show America the raw truth. The attention to detail in this series is unmatched. Down to having grid coordinates written on the inside of the Humvee windshields on the Vehicle Commander’s (front passenger) side. Which is something we all do. This is a 7 part series and it took me over two weeks to finish it. There were several times I had to just stop watching. That’s not insulting it, that just shows how real it is. It shows the boredom, humor, horror and absolute heartbreak of combat. It pulls no punches. There is no shortage of regrettable civilian casualties, which sadly, is so often the case when facing an enemy with no uniform. It goes to great lengths to show the all too common incompetence of…

Michael R. Basedow says:

Finally something that resembles the real thing * * * * * 0

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