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Jarhead 2: Field of Fire
Jarhead 2: Field of Fire
- 1h 42m
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Battle-scarred and disillusioned by the war, Corporal Chris Merriman is put in charge of a unit whose next mission is to resupply a remote outpost on the edge of Taliban-controlled territory. While driving through the hostile Helmand province, a Navy SEAL flags down their convoy and enlists the unit on an operation of international importance: they must help an Afghan woman, famous for her defiance of the Taliban, escape the country. Without tanks or air support, Merriman and his team will need all the courage and firepower they can muster to fight their way across the war-torn country and shepherd the woman to safety. Intense and action-packed, Jarhead 2: Field of Fire stars Stephen Lang (Avatar), Esai Morales (Criminal Minds), Cole Hauser (Olympus Has Fallen), and Bokeem Woodbine (Riddick).
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Common Sense Says
Graphic violence, language in Afghanistan war movie sequel.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Jarhead 2: Field of Fire is a 2014 war movie in which a Marine supply contingent stationed in Afghanistan must help a Navy SEAL escort a dissident Afghan out of the country. This is a sequel in name only, having nothing to do with the 2005 original Jarhead movie. Unsurprisingly, there's war violence throughout the movie, including a scene in which an American soldier's leg is blown off by enemy fire in the middle of a pitched battle -- blood, screaming, death. In a flashback scene, a young girl is shot in the head at point-blank range by a Taliban fighter. Fighting with firearms of all types, explosions, stabbings, punches, and kicks. Pretty much every profanity in the book is used, including "f--k" on a regular basis, and "motherf---er" a few times. Soldiers use a derogatory term to describe the Afghan people, and a soldier in the Afghan army in particular who has joined the unit, but the soldiers who used the term the most grow to respect, admire, and appreciate the Afghan soldier. In order to pass the time, the Marines joke about how they shave their pubic hair, joking in particular with the only female in the contingent. Brief nonsexual nudity: male buttocks. Some beer and alcohol drinking in a party situation on the base.
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- Release Date:August 5, 2014
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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