Where Soldiers Come From

Where Soldiers Come From

From a small town in northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan, "Where Soldiers Come From" follows the journey of childhood friends who join the National Guard after graduating from high school. It chronicles the young men's transformation from teenagers to soldiers to 23-year-old combat veterans. The film offers an intimate look at the young men who fight our wars.

A documentary that chronicles four years in the lives of childhood friends as they enter a faraway war. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Where Soldiers Come From torrent reviews

Robert I (es) wrote: A modern day retelling of "Reefer Madness". It's extremely hard to think this is a message movie as I still can't tell if it's pro or anti marijuana... But I'm pretty sure it's anti. I don't know how they got the actors they did in many places, but it's cool to see John Krasinski, Jane Lynch, and Danny Trejo all in the same movie. In any case, though short, this film is extremely frustrating and reminds me far too much of what I worry my friends will become.

Rob A (mx) wrote: I've seen snow-action on NBC, documentaries and in commercials that are far more worthy than this "CSI: Alaska"-style edited/acted p.o.s.-- and far more brief.

Ker Malkin G (fr) wrote: Simply captivating from start to finish, despite how the formerly established plot line segued into a more melodramatic one. And great performances from the cast, I might add. This one will definitely stick around with me for a long time.

Muhammad Zubair K (br) wrote: Ow some movie.. heart touching

Michael P (nl) wrote: This is movie will cheer anyone up! This movie shows that even people in the worst places in life can still change and make a difference. Sure Paul Hogan was wrong and he wasn't really an angel but sometimes we need a wake up call and some times we don't.

Zebulon R (es) wrote: ROFL "Get me a Pepsi." I don't think I've ever seen an ad placement double as a plot device before.

Dori M (ru) wrote: This movie is based on a true story. um. I guess I'm not a very good movie reviewer because I can't think of anything interesting or insightful to say. Oh, it was in black and white and made in 1948 and stars Jimmy Stewart.

Mackenie S (it) wrote: Amazing. Fred Astaire's and Ginger Rogers's dancing is brilliant to put it lightly.