Releasing Date: 10 January 2014 (USA)
Director: Peter Berg
Writers: Peter Berg
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Ben Foster and Eric Bana
The audio of bone fragments bashing against a shrub, as a guy’s whole body tumbles down an unforgiving hill; not once, but twice. This is the audio that places you after viewing Only Heir, superseding the gunfire, explosions, chopper propellers, and agonizing shouts of four men being ambushed in Afghanistan by Taliban causes. It could quickly go unseen, this audio, if it were not coldly on display, or if the field was anything less than dreadful. The achievements of showing the carnage, the way in which each guy’s whole body was pummeled, hurt, struggling, and full of gunfire, is to demonstrate the determination they shown, the external bravery of these Fast SEALs, that requires on an entirely new stage of concern from the audience. A easy war film Only Heir is not, nor does it allow for distance; this is not WWII or the Vietnam War, this war is still flaming, men like these are doing just the same these days, and will the next day. Only Heir is so impacting because there is not the likelihood for range, and the filmmaker’s create sure to fall you into the range of flame right along with the Fast SEALs, and the one lone survivor who would stay on as a idol, and his soldiers tale a shining example of fact as to how Afghanistan is a nation at war with itself and outside causes, and one regrettable enough to have the Taliban in its middle.