War On Iraq: Movie Analysis

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This was one of the first movies to describe the war on Iraq after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The movie takes a look on the daily life of a bomb squad. The protagonist gives a look into the mind of a USA soldier during the war on terrorism. US Army Sergeant First Class Will James, Sergeant JT Sanborn and Specialist Owen Eldridge comprise the Bravo Company's bomb disposal unit currently stationed in Baghdad. James is the tech team leader. When James arrives on the scene, Bravo Company has thirty-nine days left on its current deployment. It will be a long thirty-nine days for Sanborn and Eldridge, whose styles do not mesh with their new leader. James is a renegade for whom the thrill of the dismantlement seems to be the ultimate goal regardless of the safety of his fellow team members, others on the scene or himself. On the other hand, Sanborn is in the books: he knows his place and duty and trusts others in the army to carry out theirs as well as him. And Eldridge is an insecure soldier who is constantly worried that an error or misjudgment on his part will lead to the death of an innocent civilian or a military colleague. While the…show more content…
Most of those wars are to impose the powers of other in alive of the greater good. The war in Iraq was no different. Innocent soldiers were sent to a foreing line to protect the "liberty" of the country. They were supposed to find weapons of mass destruction that were never found at all. The ambient was hostile as many of the population of that country did not welcome the invasion of their territory and assassination of their citizens, The murders of innocent people was a casualty that both sides of the war had to endure. Not only does the civilians had losses, but the soldiers too. Ratio in comparison of the murders is incredibly unfavorable to the civilians of Iraq. This causes a lot of discontent and provoke more attacks to the soldiers on this
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