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What are some good operator-core movies?

Just saw Sicario and it was fucking sick.
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Zero Dark Thirthy

The main set piece is hardcore as fuck.
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>operator

WHAT DOES THIS FUCKING MEME BUZZWORD MEAN
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>>64981080
>buzzword

the only buzzword here is you, kid
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>>64981080
It's literally used in the script.
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Act of valor

Mission impossible 3

The dark knight
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proof of life
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>>64981080
>DETLA
OPERATOR
jeezus some people on this site are legitimately retarded
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>>64981340
fuck im drunk
DELTA DELTA DEL-TAH
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>>64981080
Its not a meme or buzzword. Spec-ops. Special-operations. Operators.
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Sabotage
Rec. 2
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>>64980902
This. Movies ok with a few great scenes, with this one being one of them. Better than any of sicarios imo.
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this thread again?
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>>64981371
I wish there were a bunch of irreverent CIA Commandos that called themselves DETLA to snub the army guys. Go finish their missions first. Would make an entertaining action-comedy.

John wick is basically the king of slick operator movies.
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>>64981605
Yes, reddit. This thread again
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>>64981609
>GOD DAMN IT ITS THOSE DETLA GUYS AGAIN
>WHAT A BUNCH OF COWBOY ASSHOLES
>FUCKING LOOSE CANONS IF YOU ASK ME
yea
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Expendables
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>>64981080
it's used by redditors to rally other redditors
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>>64980858
Explain "operator-core"?
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It's very oldschool, but Day of the Jackal is worth a view.
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13 hours is operator as fuck. dead sand niggers everywhere. makes me want to kill sand niggers. great propaganda by michael bae
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>>64981080
Small arms and squad combat procedures shown in a vaguely realistic way
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Jason Bourne series.
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>>64981205
webm ruined that scene, the guy on the right had more than enough time to pull his gun and shoot Cruise
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>>64981205
>yo, homie

kek'd
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>>64982095
its a /k/ thing you retard
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>>64980858
What's with the shilling?
http://archive.4plebs.org/tv/search/image/CzzzYMKcrnGiG3MQa7OSJQ/
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This movie doesn't have a lot of scenes that work well with text, but this one at the beginning isn't too bad.

Great movie about what it's like to be hunted in a foreign land.
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bamp for operator
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But 13 hours is the most operator as fuck, if you want to see good operator shit from TV, watch "The Unit" and skip through the wifey bullshit.
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>>64980858
not a movie, but Generation Kill is godtier
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>>64980858
American Sniper
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>>64981080
since you are underage, Delta Force called themselves Operators.
Now Navy Seals got jealous because Delta Force exceeded in their capabilities and was the number one task force under the President. So naturally Navy Seals started calling each others Operators.

Now you'll see people calling macho in-control military guys OPERATOR. And /k/ loves to do that.
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>CTRL+F
>"heat"
>phrase not found

Pathetic. Literally the most operator movie in existence.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zzw27mt9-0
But where was CIA on this plane?
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>>64980858
Munich

Jews
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>>64982757
Yeah, but he wasnt an operator and couldnt get it out of his pants.
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>>64982757
>the guy on the right had more than enough time to pull his gun and shoot Cruise
There's a reason why holsters are a thing.
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>>64985836
thisthishthsishtishithsithis
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>>64981309
Underrated. Well, it's a shit film but it got based when they went innawoods.
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>>64980858
>operator-core
What is this?
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>>64987379
Why pair of small time criminals were so operator?
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>>64980858

Black Hawk Down
Heat
Collateral
Generation Kill
Zero Dark Thirty

Jarhead is anti-operatorcore if you want to see the flipside.

There's a JPG of /k/-approved movies somewhere, I'd post it if I wasn't on a tablet.

>>64981080

It means people who are operators that operate operationally while on operations.
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>>64987379
>that .308 Galil

Every time.
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>>64987326
special operations
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>>64987599
Galil was shit in counter strike. Is it good in real life?
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Elite Squad
beginning of Raid
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no country for old men
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the hunter
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>>64982359

is it good tho? might watch this later
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>>64985762
absolut
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>>64987803
yeah its pretty good
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The man from nowhere
berlin file
the suspect

based koreans are kings of operator core
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13 Hours was amazing, way better than American Sniper and other recent military movies.

It's too bad it has been heavily politicized, with liberal, left-leaning movie reviewers and journalists giving it bad reviews just because the events in the movie happen to be associated with a leading candidate for president.

I am pretty sure that under normal circumstances this movie would have over 85% on RT
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>>64991677

It's one dimensional BLUEORANGE crap. You're just a typical high school pleb with typical high school pleb taste.
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>>64991677
>Neither an exoneration of Hillary Clinton nor a clear explanation of the events of September 11, 2012, which left four Americans dead at the U.S. embassy in Libya’s capital, Michael Bay’s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is something political pundits almost never understand: It’s a movie.

>Bay focuses on five former military contractors assigned to protect CIA officers at an annex to the U.S. embassy, who eventually fight off marauding Libyan rebels. In these profiles in courage, actors portray real-life figures (some of them former Navy SEALs) Tyrone “Rone” Woods (James Badge Dale), Kris “Tanto” Paronto (Pablo Schreiber), Dave “Boon” Benton (David Denman), John “Tig” Tiegen (Dominic Fumusa), and Mark “Oz” Geist (Max Martini). Bay adds a sixth figure, the fictional Jack Silva (John Krasinski), who joins their muscular elite. He is both “brother” (as the former G.I. Joes address one another) and audience-surrogate.

>On these terms, 13 Hours is undeniably superficial — not an explicitly political film or a factual historical account. Action director Bay works “apolitically,” which is a more complicated circumstance than partisan pundits may be willing to comprehend. The economic motivations of Hollywood make it unlikely that a mainstream movie will dare indulge in political controversy. (Remember how Clint Eastwood played both sides of the aisle in American Sniper?) Historical tragedies usually make it to the screen through sentimental pandering, and that is the case with 13 Hours: Action-movie suspense is combined with stereotypical tough-guy heroism.
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>>64991751
>Even that simplification has its political aspects, although most pundits customarily praise or condemn movies according to what fits their political bias. (Remember how discussions of Zero Dark Thirty ricocheted across both sides of the aisle?) But since many filmgoers are reluctant to consider that all cinema is ideologically loaded (“It’s just a movie!” fanboys insist), 13 Hours can be sold as an “important” action movie without actually saying anything important.

>Vague introductory titles assert that Libya’s strongman, Moammar Gaddafi, was “deposed.” In a TV clip, President Obama proclaims the end of a “long and painful chapter for the people of Libya” — conveniently disconnecting U.S. policy from regime change there and setting out Libya’s political chaos as a “turf war” among unspecified factions with American onlookers stuck in the middle.

>Bay is not of the Eisenstein, Pontecorvo, or Costa-Gavras politically motivated school that dramatizes ideological cause and effect. Bay and screenwriter Chuck Hogan avoid depicting the details that led to the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens. “We didn’t hear any protests,” one soldier says. “It was on the news,” another responds — conveniently glossing over the Obama administration’s convoluted propaganda war that first blamed the attack on an American-made Islamophobic video. Stevens (portrayed by actor Matt Letscher) is respectfully described as “the real deal, a true believer, here to win hearts and minds.” From that “due diligence” pretense, Bay proceeds to do his ad man’s thing.
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>>64991790
>In the same way that Bay’s 2001 Pearl Harbor used history for a pseudo-patriotic blockbuster extravaganza, 13 Hours applies an advertising man’s delirium to the depiction of political turmoil. Whatever political-social comment on the Benghazi locale there is in this movie is presented through visual koans: Ambassador Stevens enjoying a large, blue swimming pool, Libyan kids playing on a rusted car hood, rebels shooting holes in an American flag (seen from on high in typical Bay-vision). Adducing these images never leads one to a political assessment. Yet, finally, when the embassy compound is under fire, Bay shifts gears and does a 360 circling of the rainbow-hued siege: An interior shot shows Stevens and staffer Sean Smith fleeing beneath a ceiling of flames. And among the waves of combatants, a video insert of the black ISIS flag can be glimpsed while ammo flashes punctuate the fighting.

>How else would Hollywood make a contemporary war movie when our media culture routinely dissociates itself from military purpose and commitment? Since Vietnam, Hollywood always looks at the military with either skepticism or contempt for what it stands for. Bay has inherited this cynicism, but, as an advertising aesthete whose fascination with technology has provoked snotty condescension from liberal critics loath to admit their secret regard for materialism and industry, he exults in the paradox of action-movie extravagance. Bay’s real motivation here is revealed when one soldier says the Libyan raiders are coming from “Zombieland,” and, aiming his weapon, shouts: “I feel like I’m in a fucking horror movie!”
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>>64991810
>Bay illustrates the excessive violence of war in imagery that recalls Vittorio Mussolini’s infamous poetry describing bombs as “budding roses.” The best scenes in 13 Hours occur when Bay imagines warfare as spectacle. Soldiers caught behind a windshield during a street standoff take point-blank gunfire in a montage that would do Eisenstein or Peckinpah proud. In a rooftop bombardment, a barrage of mortar shells raises sparks that ignite into star-like twinkles — in dazzling real time. The audience I saw the film with was stunned by this, but I swear all Madison Avenue will gasp.

>This is the opposite of peacenik imagery — which doesn’t mean Bay is a fascist warmonger, but it makes his appreciation for fighting men’s bravery more convincing than 13 Hours’s superficial characterizations. Bay’s imagery externalizes the men’s stress as it also visualizes wonder, and this works better than the film’s mawkish view of military heroism, which conservative viewers should not fall for too easily. Krasinski’s Silva repeats a passage from Joseph Campbell’s The Power of Myth, which he and his post-9/11 fighter buddies read as religiously as soldiers in WWII movies read the Bible: “All the gods, all the hells, all the heavens are within you.” Worse than warmongering, this nods to the nihilism of post–Iraq War films like The Hurt Locker that demonize soldiers as psychopaths. In an after-battle scene, Bay contrasts a bullet-ridden American flag in a ditch with scenes of Libyan women in black reclaiming the bodies of dead jihadis. Like other post–Iraq War Hollywood movies, 13 Hours tries to have it both ways.
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>>64991677
sadly bay going back to trashformers i mean he should really stick with grounded action movies BAD BOY 3 WHEN
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>>64991751
>>64991790
>Armond continuously reads absurd political messages into every movie he reviews
>reviews a movie with an actual political bent and refuses to analyse any of it
contrarian even towards himself, I like it
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>>64991810
>>64991790
>>64991751
>all that copy paste
i wish reddit would leave nice insight though
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>>64991734
>You're just a typical high school pleb with typical high school pleb taste.

Nice strawman.

Just admit you don't like the movie because it might be viewed as being critical of a certain politician.

Reddit couldn't stop shitting on this movie since it came out.
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>>64991841
Soon but Bay isn't directing
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>>64981205

>Two criminals in Los Angeles rob a man at gunpoint
>They're both white
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>>64980858
John Wick
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ITT: plebs
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>Sicario
>Final set piece
>Del Toro killing everyone at the mansion
>Has a suppressor attached to his gun
>It goes pew pew
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>>64987520
I like to think they both had military background
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>>64987520

I never understood this. Those guys were crooks who sometimes had no idea what they're doing, yet were handling themselves like Deltas.
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>>64980858
Sicario was only good until after choking scene. This and bridge shooting was nice. Tunnel scene and mansion attack were complete b tier action movies bullshit. Sicario was not consistent in realism department at all.
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This.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0861739/
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>>64981110

>Operator Sicario, I'm CIA
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The Veteran's final shootout was pretty operator and realistic, too bad the rest of the movie sucks.

https://youtu.be/7K_cqGAoxks
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>>64993185
If you think about it... there's only a single gunfight in the entire movie (the first one) and it's won by dumb luck, not tactics or skill.
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>>64993602

Are you talking about the border scene? How was that luck? SAD and Delta guys were better than the cholos in every concievable way.
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>>64994230
Maybe he's talking about Blunt catching the federale before he could pop her. Even if she was killed the op would've been a success so I think he's just an idiot.
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>>64994230
I'm talking about the FBI raid on the house... where the bad guy misses kate, then she falls and sprays him.


Everything else either happened off screen or amounted to not much more than executions.
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>>64994390
Rewatch the scene. Throughout the entire scene you see the planning and training of the FBI come into action.
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>>64994390

Ah yes, of course the Mexican had the drop on her. It was a nice shot from her though.
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>>64994478
I'm not talking about the entire thing... just the gunfight that occurs between Kate and the shotgun-wielding guy.

It's kind of a dishonest representation of FBI HRT too... they're no pushovers, and have interoperated with CIA and US military SOF overseas for more than a decade now.
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>>64980858
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It's not a good movie at all, but I love Sabotage's portrayal of door kicking.
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Any chance this will be operator?
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>>64993018
legitimate question - why would anyone use Vz58 instead AR15 ?
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>>64994757
Worth watching for those /operator/ scenes?
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>>64994847
that cast is amazing, trailers weren't bad, I'm incredibly hyped.
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>>64993018
Based.

The shoehorning of qt. "operators" was the weakest part of the show, but the chemistry that these two guys had was brilliant and made up for it all.
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>>64980858

Bumping with best operator
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>>64994230

Why was CIA just sitting in his SUV during the border crossing? Why wasn't he out shooting the cholos?
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>>64994679

She's not HRT, that's never stated anywhere.
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>>64995016
>he did not like Scott banging a supermodel operator every episode
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>>64995142
His terrible trigger discipline triggers me
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>>64995237

He's the big shot there and can let the plebs handle small fish.

Also, someone had to watch the prisoner.
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>>64981080
leave it to 4chan to be mentally retarded

anyway Elie Squad's operator as fuck

its brazillian from 2007
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>>64995315

This meme triggers me.
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>>64993300
Great film, highly recommended
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>>64981500
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>>64995275
>implying I didn't enjoy it
>implying I didn't mean that most of them were not convincing at all.

The only really convincing ones were the Mossad agent, too bad she got sniped in the middle of a street during a heist. and the FSB girl.

The British ones were the least convincing.
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>>64995533
my favourite was richmond ;_;

mossad girl was close second
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>>64994706
wow

wasnt expecting to see an obscure movie like this here
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>>64995533
>>64995580

>you will never be Mossad and be a member of the most elite intelligence unit in the world

JDIMSA
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>>64993300
Was good but sometimes just too long, begining was boring though, is second part any good?
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>>64995384
2 is a whole different movie, but still really fucking good, it was all the talk when they released it

I remember seeing a teaser poster with the BOPE symbol back in 2011~, got me hype as FUCK
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>>64995727
Second part is different. Doesn't have those pacing problems.
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>>64995686
I wonder if there are any israeli operator movies? Mossad just seems incredibly badass.
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>>64995727
it picks up after one of the characters dies
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>>64995770

All of them.
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>>64981080
Posing with guns in a TACTICOOL manner apparently.

btw my job title was operator when I was a drone at a factory.
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>>64995770
Not what you'd call "operator", but it's a solid movie.
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>>64996085

It's pretty operator. My favorite scene was when the two "drunk" Americans who were probably CIA interfered with their op.
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>>64996085
>>64996159
it develops into operator by the end. They start as pretty incompetent and are good at their job at the end
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>>64995384
is that a Famas?
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>>64995016
>"""operator""" chicks with makeup

absolutely pleb show
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>>64993582
>that scene where hes constantly advancing on the two guys hiding in the little alleys, eventually running right up to the entrance and shooting them basically point blank

gets me so hard
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>>64987520
>>64993165
Ex-military I assume?
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>>64980858
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>>64995384
It's an FN FAL or something
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>>64995727
Second one is very political. If first one was about gangs, second one was about politics.
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>>64994847
Hopefully this will be good i just wish Anthony Mackie would do more serious movies.
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>>64994902
I don't know... it's not mann-tier or anything, but it was satisfying and somewhat old school.
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>>64984681
Strike Back is the most operations focused series but less realistic than Unit. Jormungand and Black Lagoon are operator anime without the moe little girls doing cute things schlock.)
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How could we forget about Generation Kill?

There's few "operator" scenes, but the whole plot follows operators complaining that they are not operating.
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>>64997198
How could we forget to read the fucking thread

>>64987557
>>64985762
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>>64995806
>When I was a drone at a factory
>When I was a soldier in the military
ftfy
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>>64995315
Nigga he knew he was going to have to engage those fools. Trigger discipline is not even a factor in that situation.
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>>64997723
>still falling for trigger discipline bait
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>>64980858
The Package
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>>64998186

>implying it's bait

Kid, I'm partially weapons trained. Don't ever talk about firearms again.
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>>64980858
anything with Steven Segal
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>>64993582

This looks really fucking good. What's the story behind this, why is he shooting those chavs?
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>>64981080
You have to be 18 to post here
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So when does 13 hours come out on DVD?
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>>64994892
>>64994892
a lot of episodes are in europe, they use full lenght VZs in 7.62 for like half a show.
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>>64998243
>Kid
>partially weapons trained
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>>64998472
>So when does 13 hours come out on TPB/Yify
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>>64999099
:^)

Answer the question tho.
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>>64980858
>Lone Survivor
>American Sniper
>Zero Dark Thirty
>Special Forces(french SOF)
>(Hurt Locker)

That's my recomendation, in that order. Lone Survivor was great, and as close to realistic as they could get it. Great actors, GOAT soundtrack, amazing opening.
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>>64996307
Yeah, a Famas with Holographic stock and extended frame.
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>>64996307
>>64999428
they're both FN FAL
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>>64999428
>>64996307

You are both morons.
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>>64991833
I dont agree with his assertion that the characterization of the soldiers as people who like Joseph Campbell is intended to portray them as "psychopaths"
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>>64982757
Gun got literally caught in his pants, which can happen. Operator Cruise engaged them that way in the first place because he knew this would happen, that's how operator he is.
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Fuck off with your video game shit movies
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>>64995727
Better than the first part actually.
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>>65000027
>>64999905
nufags
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>>64981080
lol u said it, the emperor has no clothes. It hit like a storm and everybody was 'operator this operator that'. Guess /k/ is branching out.
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>>64999307
>Lone Survivor was great, and as close to realistic as they could get it

absolute bullshit...

it's hagiographic garbage and glosses over what a fuckup the planning and execution of the op was.
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>>64991833
>enlist in an army that has done nothing but murder tens of thousands and demolish entire cities so that some rich keks get more shekels
>kill people and destroy shit
>get butthurt when such people are called psychopaths
Is le black patricién really this intelligent?
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>>64981080
Christ I hope you're on /k/ when you've said this
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>>64999307
Lone Survivor was trumped up to be authentic but I thought it was pretty much the usual hollywood shit, just that it focused on marines in particular
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>mash
>gifted hands: the bed carson story
>Patch Adams
>Dead Ringers
>Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
>Red Beard
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>>65000409
Glosses over? It's crystal clear how stupid they are. They lose a chopper and several men due to no qrf and bad planning. They mission got compromised, they chose to follow order and lost their lives.

Equipment was close to authentic due to Mark working with them. Same with weapons. Actors went trough training for it to be as authentic as possible. If you're a soldier you can appreciate details like that, because most non-soldiers just want a Tom Cruise running around with dual guns movie.

>>65000478
I can agree with that, same happened to American Sniper. Thats just how it is. But it was still a better military movie than most others.
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>>65000683
>authentic
>authentic
>authentic
>protags are literal terminators and kill like a hundred plus enemy combatants
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I only watch Zero Dark Thirty to jerk off to jessica Chastin and to watch this operator scene
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>>64992997
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqeQgXe6n0c

>that reload
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>>64995806
>btw my job title was operator when I was a drone at a factory.
Mine too. VERIFIED EX-OPERATOR HERE AMA
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Why are there no SAS movies?
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>>65000760
If you pay attention they dont really kill a lot. They are trained, they are camouflaged and wait for them to come. Then they take out some before getting overrun. After that they get fucked up. All they do is surpress and move further back until they can make a call. You'll be surprised how many a trained soldier can take out, especially a SOF. These are Seals too.
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>>65000855
Because the SAS, KSK, FSK, etc. Tend to not brag about what they do, unlike Seals, marines, etc. They do not look for attention or fame.
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>>64999905
>>65000027
Lol trolled xD
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>>65000945
nah don't buy it... they've lost the element of surprise and are at complete tactical advantage against a massively superior force on home ground.

special forces are light infantry at the end of the day... I don't care how much mark/producers try to forcefeed their glorification, they are fundamentally weak against a numerically superior force with heavy weapons and vehicles that know the terrain.
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>>65000855
>>65001002
If you look up bravo 2 zero... it was the SAS that started the whole special forces worship shtick in mass media.
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>>65001108
*disadvantage
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