So I watched this movie last night (first movie I've seen in theatres since Hangover 2). Man, it was pretty freaking intense. It really got me thinking about the reality of war. I mean, I'm a big sack of pansy and could never be one of these guys. Then towards the end, it got me thinking a little bit about what I was doing there. Was I there to be entertained, was I there to understand the realities of war. Is this the reality of war. I just don't know. So my question is, to those who have served in uniform in forward positions, what do you think of these types of movies that are essentially an action packed drawn out battle scene with Marky Mark and some other guys who have never been in a battle? Does it make you mad that it's being glorified and watched by people eating popcorn and complaining about having to wake up at 7:00 AM to go to work and walk the dog etc. Or is it a good thing that while we may be going for entertainment, the audience thinks a little and understands what you've been through? By the way, this was a really good movie for all the reasons I pointed out but I felt a little guilty that we make these types of movies at the end.