Bravo Two ZeroDirector: Tom Clegg,
Tom Clegg's action film Brave Two Zero comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include a trailer. This is a fine release from Disney/Buena Vista that boasts excellent picture quality.
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital Surround]
Cast & Crew
|David Barkham||Production Designer|
|David Ferguson||Score Composer|
|Troy Kennedy Martin||Screenwriter|
|Lisa Ann Porter||Casting|
|David M. Thompson||Executive Producer|
0. Chapter Selection
1. Opening Credits: Rallying the Troops [:02]
2. A Nook for the Night [7:21]
3. Objective: Locate and Destroy [3:50]
4. Shiny Things and Letters [3:49]
5. Proof of Life [3:46]
6. Let's Get to Work [5:27]
7. Change in Plans [:04]
8. "We Have a Compromise" [4:41]
9. "Take the Fight to Them" [6:02]
10. Discussing Options [6:50]
11. Springtime in the UK? [6:04]
12. Taking a Cab to Syria [2:20]
13. Conflict at the Border [4:26]
14. "We Are Not in Geneva" [:41]
15. Accepting Pain [4:28]
16. A Terrible State [1:49]
17. Fulfilling Obligations [7:32]
18. Dinger On... [9:32]
19. Going Home [7:55]
20. End Credits [8:18]
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It's always good to see a great movie come from somewhere other than Hollywood. Based on real events, this movie is like Blackhawk Down for England. Sean Bean is perfect for the role of Andy McNab. Don't expect overdone multi-million dollar explosions, just a great story.
This is an excellent movie. It by-passes the usual hype & exaggeration of Hollywood-the larger than life fictional superhuman image of special forces/operations soldiers. These guys are believable. This movie is believable. These operators are portrayed as true professionals-not larger than life but rather true to life. This is a true story that is told in a manner that is both compelling and intriguing. I suspect the real Andy McNab must be quite satisfied with the realism of this movie. This is a must see & a must buy for every special forces/war buff.
This is a graphic portrail of the book, down to the letter. I LOVE THIS FILM!
By far the most intense combat movie i've ever seen. This movie will suck you in and make u really feel for the british soldiers who endure so much more than they expectd. No over the top special effects to interfere with the reality the movie brings. The cast were perfect. In this age of box office obsessions, this movie brings something new and effective to the table.
The photography is only passable, and then only because it was all shot in bright sunlight. The acting and dialogue are somewhat stilted, and there is a lot of narration. It's difficult to keep the characters straight. But overall it's an entertaining movie and gives you some idea of what these guys encountered. One thing that I missed was why they were so highly decorated when they seem to have failed their mission, at least so far as the movie portrays it. I'm reading the book to learn that aspect, and am enjoying the book. The movie does relate the action, even if it fails to clue you in to the whole story.
An absolutely superb movie by the BBC. A sense of grit and realism that surpasses many of its big budget cousins. Highly Recommended. But be warned... I can only pluck up the courage to watch this movie every 6 ¿12 months¿. Quite disturbing at times.
EACH MAN LADEN WITH 15 STONE OF KIT THEY PATROLLED 20K'S ACROSS DESERT.WITH IN DAYS THEIR LOCATION WAS COMPRAMISED.AFTER A FIRE FIGHT THEY WERE FORCED TO ESCAPE AND EVADE ON FOOT TO THE SYRIAN BORDER.A FIRE TEAM OF 8 WENT OUT,''4 MEN WERE CAPTURED'',''THREE DIED AND ONLY ONE ESCAPED. NOT EVEN THEIR INTENSIVE S.A.S TRAINING HAD PREPARED THEM....