Why aren't they wearing helmets? Posted on May 25, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Why aren't they wearing helmets?
Better vision. Also, It's a movie.
because they're MERCENARIES and MERCENARIES get PAID
They must be the inspiration for HECU Marines of Half-Life (1998)
>USMC Force Recon
>wearing black berets (exclusively used by the 75th Ranger Regiment at the time)
This movie gets so much shit wrong that it stops being annoying and actually becomes entertaining how much they get wrong.
IIRC HECU were partly based on the USMC from the 1997 and 1998 Urban Warrior exercises
HECU also didn't originally have the urban woodland camo- that was done later for the explicit purpose of making them more visible in 640 x 480- turns out at those resolutions, appropriate camo actually made them really fucking hard to spot in outdoor sections
Definitely, good eye
>WHERE THE FUCK ARE YA HELMETS?
DAT KEBLAW WUDN'T YOR'S TAH LOOOOSE!
Fun fact, the seals were the real deal (devgru)
Helmets are useless and provide no tactical or safety advantage in modern warfare.
>Helmets are useless and provide no tactical or safety advantage in modern warfare.
How many more weeks Ivan?
I don't think he knows how to put the helmet on properly, can someone help him?
I know for a fact I wouldn't want to try this with a real helmet
helmets don't actually protect you 99% of the time
Bay at his best, no cap
No, Bad Boys and its sequel were Bay at his best as there is actual context for the Black comedy
armageddon is my favorite though not really k related
Oh, so that's where the gulag from mw2 comes from.
You havent seen the rock?
Watch it. It's one of the GOAT action movies. Fantastic Nic Cage hamming it up, Connery playing a not-007 and one of the best Zimmer soundtracks. Oh and Claire Forlani.
what this anon said
It's a movie, sperg
They had helmets, they just took them off.
Humans react better to seeing faces, actors want their face shown. Filming with helmets requires more work to get the faces in focus and they take up more space on the screen
HSLD Operators Operating Operationally at best use bump helmets.
In their situation they werent expecting to need them.
quick reply pls
>Why aren't they wearing helmets?
They had bioweapons emplaced in multiple locations and didn't not expect anyone to seriously try to take them down. They were overconfident.
'cause they aren't HOMOS?
Talking characters don't wear things over their heads in movies or television.
I appreciated that Cruise's character did for the first part in Edge of Tomorrow.
If they do have headgear, it's quickly thrown away so you can see the actor's hair.
The infamous half face helmet so you can see the actor's face. They do not trust the audience to know who's who.
Lazy fuck can't just give them AESTHETIC helmet who easily identify them. Or you know, coat of arms.
But that would mean colors and everyone know they where not invented in the middle ages.
>producers kept wanting to insert shit ideas into this movie
>none of them faithful to the source material
>Karl is a massive Judge Dredd fanboy
>threatened to drop out at every "suggestion"
>the movie came out perfect
too bad it didn't do well at the box office and thus no more sequels
oh well, one good movie is better than a bunch of shit
Because they infiltrated the place under the guise of being tourists, and lugging around a helmet probably wouldn't have helped them.
only a small group did
the rest of them came in by helicopter
And those guys were wearing helmets. You can see it in
Not wearing a helmet makes you important to the plot and increases your chances of survival
I love this awful film, connery and cage is the strangest combination. It feels like every 2000s shooter game was taking notes
you shut your bitch mouth
the rock is the height of the action cinematic experience
I got a kick out of the cheesy rocket death one liner