Exciting, graphic. "edge of your seat" kind of stuff! Strong supporting cast with the insanely committed and intense Tom Kiesche at the helm. Kiesche and his army rangers maintain a level of power and potency that definitely drives this film. John Posey is also believable in his role of the President. Shades of Zero Dark Thirty and definitely a message here - worth the watch no matter your politics.
Warning: Foul language, blood and gore, violence, discussion of sexual situations and other adult themes
It is November, 2007; the deadliest year for U.S. troops fighting in Operation Iraqi Freedom and U.S. Army Ranger Capt. Hank Garrison, (Tom Kiesche - The Animal, Alien Raiders) wants some answers. He wants to know why the U.S. is still in Iraq. He wants the President of the United States (John Posey - Legendary, Robocop 3) to take personal responsibility for his role in the murder of hundreds of innocents and the hell troops face every day. He wants justice.
W.M.D., released straight-to-video on April 28 by Indican Pictures and Thousand Mile Media, follows Capt. Garrison on his quest to give the American people the answers he believes they deserve to hear. With the help of Sgt. Downy (Weetus Cren – Sunny Side Up, Cutting Room) and PFC Riggs (John Brickner – Footprints, The Remainder), Garrison takes advantage of his position when preparing for the...
If you watch the preview, you have the entire plot. Three Army Rangers kidnap President Bush (John Posey 2007 Iraq) and hold up in a kitchen where they interrogate him about the war and the real reason why we are over there. The film spoofs the major TV news networks rather nicely at the end of the film. It seems ANN or Al Jazeera had it right.
The film serves up dark comedy and cheese with its anti-war or anti-Iraq invasion. I thought the interrogation and answers they sought and got was poorly scripted weakening the theme to a point to where I was believing this was a pro war film spoofing the left...which it could have been.
I found the news network spoofs entertaining and the rest of the film mildly entertaining. Low budget. This is not a war film but a political statement for the left...I think.
Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity. A little torture or enhanced interrogation techniques depending whether or not your last name is Cheney or not.
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