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Damian Campo 2 years ago
Excellent and fun military movie. If you enjoyed full metal jacket you will like this.
Peter Renshaw over 6 years ago
'Shut your face, hippie!'
Don Lathrop 1 month ago
Simon Taylor over 1 year ago
cyrax36 over 1 year ago
Tom o'brien almost 5 years ago
Bradley Benskin almost 5 years ago
Lou almost 6 years ago
Russ Cullen over 6 years ago
Germán Sabina Serrat over 6 years ago
Perry Lowe over 6 years ago
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Ciaran Bourke 7 years ago
Srecko Ristic over 7 years ago
Heartbreak Ridge is a 1986 American war film, starring Clint Eastwood (who also produced and directed) and Mario Van Peebles, surrounding the 1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada, West Indies. A portion of the movie was filmed on the island itself. The title comes from the Battle of Heartbreak Ridge in the Korean War. The character played by Eastwood was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions there. Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Highway (Eastwood) is nearing mandatory retirement from the Marine Corps. He finagles a transfer back to his old unit. On the bus trip to his new assignment, he meets fellow passenger "Stitch" Jones (Van Peebles), a flashy wannabe rock musician who stiffs him for a meal at a stop and steals his bus ticket, leaving him stranded. When Highway finally arrives at the base, more bad news awaits. His new Operations Officer, Major Malcolm Powers (Everett McGill), is an Annapolis graduate who transferred over from Supply and has not had "the privilege" of combat. He...
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