benghaziA country where you cannot tell the good guys from the bad guys. US operatives trying to save a country – for whatever reason – and ISIS and other terrorist organizations.
We lost a US Ambassador over there, and you can blame whoever you want, we still have more being killed by Americans in America than we do overseas.

According to the movie there is no doubt that there were heroes.

Let me get to the review:

I could not sit still during this movie, it started fast and kept going. Nerve racking, edge of your seat, and more realistic blood than any book I have ever written, and I don’t write anything as terrible, I guarantee I never will.

If there were bad words in the film I did not catch them because of everything else that was going on. How do you fight when you do not know who is on your side? Something we face in all Middle Eastern countries it seems.

Action 100%, adventure none. Bloodshed – realistic bloodshed not Tarantino blood, 100%. I have never seen a battle, but if it is anything like this please leave me out of it.

Like all movies there were errors, some were funny, some were not, and some you just raise an eyebrow and wonder where the director was at. One last thing, 13 Hours, I have no idea where that title came from but from what I saw it was almost 48 hours.

I rate the movie 4 out of 5 stars. I will not add it to my collection. 16 January 2016

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2 Thoughts on “Remmys Review Benghazi: 13 hours w/ Trailer

  1. Steven F on June 15, 2016 at 7:56 am said:

    This film purports to show the behind-the-scene events which led up to the Libyan invasion of the American embassy in 2012. It was directed by Michael Bay who is more well-known for directing the Transformer movies.

    Based on the trailer it looks very tense and violent just like the circumstances leading up to the invasion. How factual it is, I don’t know just as the members of the Bengazi Committee don’t know. Politically motivated movies are not necessarily my favorite, so I will leave that aspect out of this.

    Cinematically it may be great, but interest of the subject matter is totally something which each viewer must decide for themselves. I agree with Remmy’s evaluation of this film.

  2. pauly10 on June 15, 2016 at 11:14 am said:

    Based on the trailer I think it would be a movie that I would watch as it looks like full on action all of the way through.

    As I don’t know the story behind the real life incident then I don’t think I could comment on that part of it.

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