Kilo Two Bravo Official US Release Trailer 1 (2015) – Mark Stanley, David Elliot Movie HD





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Kilo Two Bravo Official Trailer 1 (2015) – Mark Stanley, David Elliot Movie HD

Kajaki Dam 2006. A company of young British soldiers encounter an unexpected, terrifying enemy. A dried-out river bed, and under every step the possibility of an anti-personnel mine. A mine that could cost you your leg – or your life.

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37 thoughts on “Kilo Two Bravo Official US Release Trailer 1 (2015) – Mark Stanley, David Elliot Movie HD

  1. This movie is incredible. It is very underrated. It is very sad. Respect to the soldiers who were actually involved in the incident.

  2. the question is why dont they carry a land mine radar detector knowing they are entering into these kinds of condition. looks like dumb and dumber working at the finest

  3. damn these guys fucked themselves from start to finish. not typical of British troops. if the movie is to be believed, most of their woes were caused by poor discipline, poor execution of SOP, and lack of leadership. they all should have been wearing their kevlars and plate carriers. no excuse there. should have all been kitted out before leaving their op. every last man should had a tournekett. medics should have had several. Never would have walked into that fucking wadi either. especially if I had reason to believe my op was a former Soviet position. obvious lanes of movement are also obvious places to mine. sticking to slopes will make you live longer.

  4. You internet bastards, The general idea of Limbs being blown off and how communications between stations were f'ed as hell. and at the end of the day all these men did was takecare their people and to get them out of a hopeless situation.. "War never changes as well as people's sensation for violence".

    Alot of you arm chair warriors need put your xbox down and go join service somewhere and see what it feel like, I guarantee you would understand what its like being in battlefield., praying today is not your day…. What's worst then dying on a batlefield, is coming out alive without limbs..

    That goes for every Officer who puts their men in dangerous situations to the politicans who set them up to fail to the manufacturer who design crap that doesn't work.

    War is only good for one thing, preparation for the next one.. I believe in certain things, and my faith sit on the edge at times, but I've alway wondered why God wiped the earth of "Mankind" in the time of Noah, and Yet we as humans still haven't learned a damn thing. When you get so wicked that God is sick of your shenanigans that he would reather start over., That's gotta be saying something about the evilness /wickedess of man.

  5. I want to watch this movie, but the idea of soldiers finding themselves from a minefield and not knowing what to do is kind of weird. Every soldier in every army is trained to deal with minefields. There is also the fact that they could have just gotten a chopper that lifts every one out of there, like the coast guard does when helping people get off a sinking ship. To me, the idea is just too surreal. The movie might be great and all, there might be an explination to it, but I'm not "risking" it.

  6. Found this movie on Netflix when looking for Sicario. Lol have to say I'm glad I found it. Ridiculous gore and tension that only war movie-goers will like.

  7. russian occupation , then american occupation, nothing changes for that country… the stories remain the same..

  8. This movie is awesome, yes true it's not fast past but it's real. It's what actually happened. Believe me when I say if you like a war film which is true to what British troops face in Iraq then Kajaki is for you. their are moments where it does take you by surprise.

  9. this movie sucks , I can't belive people wrote good comments about this movie , seriously do not waste your time .

  10. fuckign overrated cunt movie . lmao i bet rotten tomatoes had an orgasm giving this 100 % . fucking morons

  11. I didnt think this movie would be for me but after reading the comments i watched it and so glad i did. What a great movie and so f*cking tense. It had me on the edge of my seat all the way through. Definately recommend watching it.

  12. WOW! Movie was really good until the end when the credits for the soldiers rolled across the screen. One in particular must have been invisible although I know I saw his character in the film. Then his character life became invisible. How insulting, I'm sure he worked as hard or perhaps he was a fictional character to begin with.

  13. wow incredible story and movie. def shared tears for this film. and would never be as Man as these gentlemen are. kudos R.I.P to the soldiers and to the soldiers who risks they lives everyday for us.

  14. If you're sitting there thinking "This aint worth it", then do please leave those thoughts aside, because this trailer makes it look horrid when the actually film is stunning and brilliant. Watch it for fucks sake.

  15. Just don't expect to understand more than 80% of the dialog unless your some sort of Brit…
    I'm Australian and pretty used to this accent, but damn there were whole sequences in this film where I could not understand a fricking word these cockney fuckers were saying.

  16. ken Barlow, lol, even funnier knowing only us brits watching this movie would find that bit funny.

  17. This had me on the edge of my seat the entire film. That's not easy to do. I've never been trapped in a minefield, but now I feel like I have.

  18. This trailer is a poor depiction of this superb film. No glamourisation. No nausiating flag waving. No politics. And definitely no avoidance of the nasty realities of war. Good performances and directing made me feel like I was there with them. A gripping and harrowing film and a real tribute to the men involved.

  19. A whole movie revolved around a squad trapped in a minefield. I really can not see this being any good.

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