Jeszcze jedna recenzja od przyjaciela. Bo on jest w tym dobry, a filmu na pewno nie widzieliście. The one obvious question is: Does this, yet another war film, an amalgam of "Saving Private Ryan" and "Platoon" deserve a stellar "88" rating from rottentomatoes.com? The answer is yes, with a couple of caveats. The characterizations are stellar. The principals unconditionally depict the emotions, stress and tragedy of brutal war scenarios that seemingly never end. Yes, Brad Pitt is excellent (and has clearly ascended to the A-List) as the stalwart that holds his flock together through it all. Shia LaBeouf), as loader Grady Travis is outstanding. Jon Bernthal and Michael Peña evolved to steely eyed, unrepentant killers with no concept of a future other than more of the same. The other actors support the premise with excellence but it's Logan Lerman as Norman Ellison, a benign clerk/typist pulled from the ranks to be a rookie tank driver, wholly unprepared for combat, that steals the show. Norman's horror at the perpetual atrocities his fellows treat as a routine part of their day are mirrored by the audiences horror at watching him progressively acclimatize to it. Director David Ayer captures the suppressed agony of m...