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User 1 Review:
This franchise seems to get worse and worse with each film. What was "The Void" about? In the past all the other Saints and Soldiers seemed to have a Christian based theme, this was just... Random. The actors I thought were interesting, the scripts and the acting had, lets say, A LOT OF ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. Barely made it through the movie, hoping some redeeming factor could be found, but just like the whole movie, it continued to disappoint, in every regard. I expect more from Ryan Little and Producer Adam Abel, but everyone has a bad day right...or in this case a bad movie.
User 2 Review:
If you want a movie with distracting love scenes, girls, endless flashbacks, family hugs and veteran tears, go elsewhere. You will get nothing here other than a good old honest war tale with soldiers doing what they do best, fighting other soldiers, waiting around for the next fight and talking. Ordinary people don't realise that that represents 90% of an average soldier's life. This is an honest tale obviously acted out by a bunch of reenactors and real tanks but I love it because there is next to no CG or girls to spoil it.
User 3 Review:
This little entertaining film is like the "Little Engine that Could." It gets off to a slow start but once the action picks up you know where it is going. Funny is not usually something you'd say about a war movie but with Matt Meese of studio C, this movie has some good laughs. The tanks are the real stars of this film about race, war and sacrifice. When the laughs fade and the lights turn on, what you'll remember is the lives that were lost to bring us freedom from tyranny and racial inequality.