“There’s a storm inside of us. I’ve heard many team guys speak of this. A burning. A river. A drive. An unrelenting desire to push yourself harder and further than anyone could think possible. Pushing ourselves into those cold, dark corners, where the bad things live. Where the bad things fight. We wanted that fight at the highest volume. A loud fight. The loudest, coldest, darkest, most unpleasant of the unpleasant fights.” - Marcus Luttrell
Lone Survivor is based on true events that happened to four Navy SEALs during a mission in Afghanistan in 2005. They were sent on a mission known as Operation Red Wings to eliminate Ahmad Shah, a senior Taliban leader.The team needed to investigate the village from a distance and move on their target when the timing was right. The mission through the Afghan mountains was quickly compromised and the team had to make a lot of quick decisions that would lead to their life or death.
After staking out the village they decided to move to a better vantage point. Along the way they bumped into three shepherds and their goats. After a heated debate over what to do with the shepherds they made a decision which lead to being surrounded by dozens of Taliban soldiers.
You may have read the book or may have seen an interview with Mark Wahlberg. But if you haven’t seen the movie… I highly suggest going now. I’m amazed at what these men went through. Lone Survivor is an action packed military movie full of raw emotions and suspense. These guys faced really tough decisions and had to deal with combat most American’s never even think about. These guys fell down countless cliffs yet managed to not have their rifle blow up in their faces. I feel like I need to watch this movie again to fully grasp what actually happened. I’m still in shock. They did a great job with this movie and I have a huge amount of respect for our military, these men, and what their families had to go through and I’m sure are still going through.
Mark Wahlberg as Marcus Luttrell, Ben Foster as Matt Axelson, Emile Hirsch as Danny Dietz, Taylor Kitsch as Mike Murphy, Eric Bana as Erik Kristensen, and Alexander Ludwig as Shane Patton.
I just cried my eyes out. On multiple occasions. The first time I’ve ever cried hard over a movie. But it’s not just a movie. I just watched Lone Survivor (it’s not even out in theaters yet for another 6 days). This “movie”, this STORY was the best thing I have ever seen. It portrays every single Navy SEAL and SOAR Crewmen who died on June 28th, 2005. All nineteen of them. Knowing that every single death in the movie actually happened brings a complete reality to your mind. To me, those who have died are not just fallen servicemen, they are idols, heroes, and are viewed by me as family. I am not ashamed at all to have shed many tears throughout the course of this movie. Quite profoundly the most inspirational and “real” movie I have ever seen. I suggest everyone to watch it on the 10th or read the book, and maybe you’ll have a little understanding why people like me want to join the military, or the special operations forces. The men in this movie were real people, and Lone Survivor is their story.
“I died up on that mountain. There is no question, a part of me will forever be up on that mountain dead, as my brothers died. But there is a part of me that lived, because of my brothers. Because of them I am still alive. And I can never forget, that no matter how much it hurts, how dark it gets, or how far you fall… You are NEVER out of the fight.”
- Marcus Luttrell, the “Lone Survivor”
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Been around the world twice, talked to everyone once
Seen two whales fuck, been to three world fairs
And I even know a man in Thailand with a wooden cock
Pushed more peter more sweeter, and more completer than any other peter pusher around
I am a hard bodied, hairy chestied, rootin’ tootin’ shootin’ parachutin’, demolition double cap crimping frog man.
There ain’t nothing I can’t do, no sky too high, no sea too rough, no muff too tough.
Learned a lot of leasons in my life, never shoot a large caliber man with a small caliber bullet.
I drive all kinda of trucks, two-bys, four-bys, six-bys, those big motherfuckers that bend and go tch tch when you step on the brakes.
ANYTHING IN LIFE WORTH DOING IS WORTH OVERDOING.
MODERATION’S FOR COWARDS.
I am a lover, I am a fighter, I’m a UDT Navy S.E.A.L Diver.
I want to dine, intertwine, and sneak out the back door when refeuling is done.
So if you are feeling froggy then you better jump, because this frog man has been there, done that, and is going back for more.