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SGT. Will Gardner

It’s been quite some time since I’ve seen someone tell a story as passionately as Max Martini does in SGT. Will Gardner.  His activism against the mistreatment of war veterans rings sincerely through the writing and direction of his first solo effort as a filmmaker, and he wears his heart on his sleeve as the title character.  The film itself is imperfect, but my admiration towards Martini helped me be forgiving.

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Last Flag Flying

By: Jessica Goddard Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying is a touching, exquisitely-performed road trip drama, full of insight and engaging questions for the modern era.  This is a movie that never stops breaking your heart, while it keeps you guessing at all the right moments.  It’s both patriotic and skeptical;  somehow inspiring and disillusioning.

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Nowhere to Hide

Nowhere To Hide portrays war-torn life through curious interviews and on-the-fly videography.  The doc’s results are unnerving and scary, but essential when understanding a culture who were rediscovering themselves.

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American Sniper

By: Addison Wylie Bradley Cooper has shown time after time how worthy of a performer he is.  Many will agree that the Pennsylvanian native is one of the best actors working today.  And, his producer credits show audiences he isn’t afraid to challenge himself. American Sniper, Clint Eastwood’s latest film and produced by leading star Cooper, is another example of how strong the actor is.  Not only is his performance as real life war sniper…