Act of Valor began as a recruitment video for the U.S. military's Naval Special Warfare Command. In 2007, Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh of Bandido Brothers Production filmed a video for the Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen which led the Navy to allow them to use SEALs for Act of Valor. None of the SEALs' names will appear in the credits of the film.
smoking since 1879 wrote:
erm.. what the F*does this mean... "fictionalized composite of actual events" ?
MacCruiskeen wrote:So he says a perfunctory goodbye to his bland blonde wife & daughters and walks off cheerfully, and then he has a very warm conversation with his smokin' new commanding officer ("You gonn' be a good Dad.") and the commanding officer smiles knowingly, but not unkindly.
Then he joins his buff new buddies, and then all the guys go off in a gang, bonding closely and sweating heavily and killing dark men for the Fatherland, pausing only to rescue a fairly smokin' dark woman, but chastely. ("Ma'am, I'm takin' you home.")
What does it all mean? Lord knows, but there's certainly nothing gay about it. No way.
Murdering people you have never met and live thousands of miles away from is fucked and bullshit
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