New Movies Tagged with War

Megan Leavey0%Megan Leavey
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1:56:00

Storyline:Megan Leavey (Kate Mara) is a member of a Marines Bomb Disposal Unit. During a mission she meets the aggressive military dog Rex. The young woman immediately feels a special bond with the German Shepherd and gets permission to train him. With Rex at her side, Megan completes over 100 successful missions in Iraq and saves a lot of lives. But in the presence of bombs, only a tiny mistake is enough to cause fatal consequences. Through the work, the two become inseparable, but the army does not consider the dog suitable for a civilian life at their side. Megan soon has to fight for the fate of her dog. Based on the life of real New Yorker Megan Leavey, who joined the Marines in 2003 and received several awards for extra courage in combat situations.

Last Flag Flying0%Last Flag Flying
7Our
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2:04:00

Storyline:Thirty-four years ago, the Marines Sal (Bryan Cranston) and Mueller (Laurence Fishburn), along with Navy physician Richard Shepherd (Steve Carell), set out to jail an 18-year-old offender - and were taken during this trip good friends. In 2003, the three unequal men meet again - aged, but in the middle of life. Now a new mission awaits them: Doc Shepherd has lost his son in the Iraq war and wants to have him buried in the US. His two friends help him and go with him on the adventurous journey. "Last Flag Flying" is based on the eponymous novel by Darryl Ponicsan and is a sequel to Hal Ashby's movie "The Last Commando" from 1973.

Thank You for Your Service0%Thank You for Your Service
8Our
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1:49:00

Storyline:Implementation of the book by the same name by journalist David Finkel. It's about US soldiers returning from the Iraq war to their old lives - but not so easily getting the war out of their heads. One of the returnees is Adam Schumann (Miles Teller), who meets his wife Saskia (Haley Bennett) and his children. He is greeted with great joy, makes an effort in everyday life. But overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder is hard ...