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Old 01-06-2012, 08:18 PM   #91
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I believe it is a woman producer, same one that did the hurt locker

.http://warnewsupdates.blogspot.com/2012/01/did-white-house-give-away-too-many.html


Some questions have been raised as to what secrets the White House disclosed to the people involved with the movie. It was due to be released a month before the 2012 elections but now has been moved back.

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I believe it is a woman producer, same one that did the hurt locker

.http://warnewsupdates.blogspot.com/2012/01/did-white-house-give-away-too-many.html

Some questions have been raised as to what secrets the White House disclosed to the people involved with the movie. It was due to be released a month before the 2012 elections but now has been moved back.
I bet it will be good just hope its not too Hollywood
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I don't believe anybody has mentioned generation kill yet. It's a series and only has 7 episodes but is worth the watch. I loved it.

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I don't believe anybody has mentioned generation kill yet. It's a series and only has 7 episodes but is worth the watch. I loved it.
And its good. I've watched it and read the book. And yeah, Rudy really is that vain, I've met the guy.
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I'm not sure if this one was mentioned. I thoiught it was a great movie. Cold Mountain

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how about the movie, The Alamo. great movie about the war between Texas and Mexico. or one of my favorites, with an all star cast made in 1962, The Longest Day. one of the best movies about the invasion of Normandy Beach on D-Day.

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FMJ was good

heart break ridge

glory

the patriot

platoon

hamburger hill

apocalypse now

good morning vietnam

these are just some of the ones i like

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After some serious thinking, and a few beers, Probably the best was the one I was in from 1967 to 1969. Thing is I forgot to bring the camera!!! LOL

Problem is I can at times still see it in my head!!!

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After some serious thinking, and a few beers, Probably the best was the one I was in from 1967 to 1969. Thing is I forgot to bring the camera!!! LOL

Problem is I can at times still see it in my head!!!

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hey!...pop some popcorn, sit back, close your eyes and enjoy the show I guess
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And its good. I've watched it and read the book. And yeah, Rudy really is that vain, I've met the guy.
Recon breeds cocky Marines...
But DAMN. I like Espera though, he told Jon Heurtas(or however you spell it) that if he didn't get him "right" he would kill the guy. Lol. When I was in the poole I met pretty much all of the personalities displayed, except for vain. Even one guy that Busted his foot a few days before the crucible, didn't report it til he got on leave.
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