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Like it was portrayed. Ed Harris’ men surrounded them. Great movie btw
USMC "General" Francis X Hummer are nothing but cowardly traitor and shall be lynched, hanged, drawn and quartered while his traitorous family must be denied any compensation.
How fucking dare this traitor launching a major terrorist attack on American soil? Holding bunch a America visitor hostages, stealing America biological weapons not to mentioned executing Navy SEALs unit who tried to saving the hostages in cold blood? He should be belonging to deepest pits of hell for this.
The movie makes him sympathetic but yeah I never realized how shitty he was lol
this is a really specific picture, im almost tempted to ask why someone made it
>why yes, i want Goldship from Umamusume holding the virus balls from the movie "The Rock"
This was my thought too but wasn't confident enough to post.
>calls someone a traitor, while suggesting they be punished in a way that was only for treason against the monarch
Post modern liberals
How dare he use CIA and DIA tactics against the US government to steal the cocaine and terrorism cash they had stashed in illegal slush funds for black projects to compensate the families of the men who died in the missions that accumulated that criminal money. Doesn't he know that agency goons and congress critters need that money for insider trading and whores? Doesn't he know that soldiers are like pawns on a monopoly board, meant to be sacrificed in the ante to buy more chips? King me.
>Holding bunch a America visitor hostages
it wasn't a very good plan to be honest
The shower scene specifically, or the movie as a whole?
This is the problem with being intentionally vague for extra (you)s
>a team of SEALS instantly fails their mission and dies
>even an autist and a geriatric do better
Most honest depiction them in media
>operation eagle claw
inb4 hurr muh delta
no Unit guy ever goes try out for Six, but there are Six guys who go try out for the Unit, kiddo
>>a team of SEALS instantly fails their mission and dies
maybe the real mission was being done while seals were the retard decoys all along
But who would write the award winning book if not a single SEAL survived?
>who would write the book?
Some garden gnome pretending they wanna help the soldiers families so they can make a movie like Lone Survivor or that dumb Chris Kyle movie purely to trick white boys into serving israel far from home so their family can be raped by morons.
Those Sea Stallions would never fly too close to Alcatraz and alert the general that they're inserting speshul forces
Also if they're sending SEALs they would send multiple teams around the island, not just the team Mason and Cage were attached with just in case things go south
Even in the early 90s America already had Predators, even if they will only be armed a decade later they would have instant surveillance of the entire island and can easily guess how many traitors are there plus the possible missile locations
>Those Sea Stallions would never fly too close to Alcatraz and alert the general that they're inserting speshul forces
Someone doenst know about operation redwings, kek
That's not even remotely close to what happened here.
>SEALs take over the task from recon marines
>SEAls didn't want to walk as far
>SEALs decide they rather fly multiple Chinook all around the insertion zone doing "dummy drops"
>this alerts all the taliban in the area who then set up a successful ambush of the SEAL team
>they would send multiple teams around the island
Entire perimeter had infrared sensors.
Fuck, I cannot imagine a better actor for Hummel's role than Ed Harris. It's a shame he didn't have more great movies.
He was decent in westworld. Same that the show wasnt.
S1 was alright. S2 went full woketard. Dont know about the rest of them
I felt exactly the same.
Him and Hopkins were the only good thing about the show after S1, but after hoping they learned from their mistakes, S4 just proved he writing is still a mess even though it had a decent start.
I really want to like it because the same showrunner did Person of Interest which was a surprisingly good show that originally started out as just another generic crime procedural.
Enemy at the Gates is fucking great.
He gives consistently great performances in everything. But this was his best role.
Seals win 1:5.
Noobs think if they are in the advantageous position they can win vs pro... And then they go down outgunned by pure skill.
Noobs try to object this.
Can a Muhreen general really walk inside a Navy weapons depot?
Yes. Why wouldn't they be able to?
Probably the same way it happened in the movie if the team leader was just as much of a goodie-two-shoes. If he cared about the lives of his team, he would have surrendered.
this movie had a really bitchin main theme
what is hans zimmer even up to these days
generic pg-13 blockbusters for WB, house of mouse and the capeshit factory
They would bomb the island without sending anyone if their chemical threath is credible.
Remember they ordered to shoot down airliners during the 11/S the goverment wouldn't bat an eye to roast some tourists if the price is saving an entire city.
Not right away. It would pretty much go down like the movie did. First offer unconditional surrender, use diplomacy as a distraction while spec ops infiltrate and fire bomb the place as a last resort.
all demands granted if he launches the rockets immediately
>When you realize that the Seals actually managed to kill one of the Marines, but no one noticed because the body was a blink and you missed it.
One of the muhreens is in the best movie ever made.
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