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War is frustrating for the individual soldier. Not just the Iraq War, but any war. Generation Kill does an excellent job of capturing this frustration. The Sergeant Major's obsession with the grooming standard is a perfect example of how military units often lose track of what their priorities should be. But in the Sergeant Major's defense, standards are set for a reason. And if you stop enforcing some, others will usually follow. In combat, small standards and procedures often determine whether people live or die.
On a more technical note, the acting and writing in Generation Kill were very well done. Realistically portraying a soldier or marine is probably one of the most difficult roles for an actor. There are so many subtle nuances of being a soldier or marine, that without actually being one, it is hard to understand them. Generation Kill did a great job of training the actors to look and sound believable.
I was in Iraq for 27 months, in 2005 and in 2007/2008, and I can attest that this series is about as accurate as you can get in a film. I am in the Army, but I worked pretty extensively with Marines during both of my tours, so I have a pretty decent knowledge of how they work.Read more ›
Michael A. Sampsell
Many complain about the "civilian killing" and "dedicating / urination" content, but to be honest; its accurate. Its no 5 Star hotel nor is it something to be overlooked if you want to be complete and honest. Truth is in war -especially this war, you can never be sure of whom your shooting at until your being shot at, so you do your best to make the right decisions; this series underlines that and the struggle to do this while following -at times, insane orders.
The writers, producers and actors did an outstanding performance in capturing the truth.
CW2, USA (Ret)
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This is a realistic look at what war is like and the men and women who fight for our country. The relationships between team members and how they trust and rely on each other is... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Terri Essex
Great writing, shot like you're right there. This is one of the best war stories I've ever seen and not like any of the others.Published 1 day ago by Buddy
As an old enlisted recon Marine, it's very realistic. It's also a painful reminder of why I didn't make it a career.Published 2 days ago by Buddy Eckles
Looks true to life. Well acted but sometimes tough to watch.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
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