This film could best be described as a day in the war on Iraq. The film follows three characters during the course of one pivotal day in the war on terror. While films like this can be hard to follow, how each of the characters are connected is thoughtfully done. Each of the high profile actors and actresses perform superbly and lend an air of credit to what could be described as just another political drama.
This film was not awarded the Dove Seal as a family-friendly movie. The language throughout the film was offensive and was unnecessary. There were some scenes of violence but the bloody depiction of soldiers’ wounds was overly graphic. Overall, this had the capacity of being a great political drama for older children and parents to enjoy, but the language and graphic depiction of injury made that impossible.