The War Tapes

The War Tapes

Straight from the front lines in Iraq, THE WAR TAPES is the first war movie filmed by soldiers themselves. These soldiers bypassed Pentagon supervised media to share their experience like never before. Funnier, spicier, and more gut wrenching than news reports, this is Operation Iraqi Freedom as filmed by Sergeant Steve Pink, Sergeant Zack Bazzi and Specialist Mike Moriarty. Steve is a wisecracking carpenter who aspires to be a writer. Zack is a Lebanese-American university student who loves to travel and is fluent in Arabic. Mike is a father who seeks honor and redemption. Each leaves a woman behind - a girlfriend, a mother and a wife. Through their candid footage, these men open their hearts and take us on an unforgettable journey, capturing camaraderie and humor along with the brutal and terrifying experiences they face. These soldiers got the story that 2,700 embedded reporters never could.

Called up for service in Iraq, several members of the National Guard were given digital video cameras. This film, edited from their footage, provides a perspective on a complex and troubled conflict. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The War Tapes torrent reviews

Micah B (mx) wrote: it's always good to hear from those voicing their own opinions. It helps you form your own ideas and look for the facts.

Deepika G (br) wrote: very cute story... if u lik love stories u l love it... its bit diff then da typical ones

Paul C (jp) wrote: I'm embarassed to admit that I watched this all the way through. Very cheaply made and terrible acting. Lots of eye candy, though.

Matty S (au) wrote: Gregg Araki's one magnificent turn as a serious filmmaker. This is one of the very few times I've seen an adaptation of a book surpass its source material. And, Scott Heim's book was amazing. However, Araki's film is even better. This is a brutal study of the open wounds left behind by childhood sexual abuse. The performances by all actors are exceptional, but it is the star turn by Joseph Gordon-Levitt which will forever sear into your brain. This is a rough but important film. Gritty and realistic, despite the horrors -- Araki and Heim manage to find a bit of hope. Unforgettable and a highly under appreciated cinematic work.

jen m (kr) wrote: cult classic. looks great.

Andrew P (ag) wrote: Nothing like watching a gymnast on a pommel horse pummel someone. Points for originality in my book.

Jaime R (gb) wrote: Even if "Lon Morin, Priest" isn't Jean-Pierre Melville's best work, it is still a rather compelling work from a great French film director.

Mike V (gb) wrote: This Marx Brothers comedy is considered their finest effort. It contains some classic skits, including the mirror scene and the hat scene, and the final war scenes are superb. Although there is some silliness and a long song production, the quick wit, comic dialogue and perfect timing are sheer brilliance. Considered one of the best movies of all time and one of the top comedies of all time. My favourite film of 1933. 1001

Charlie M (es) wrote: A killer croc hits Maine and a town is terrorized in this campy horror pic.

Mark L (jp) wrote: Worth watching mainly thanks to Lee Marvin........