Really enjoyed this film! A very well acted and touching Gem of a film. Really is an eye opening film for anyone thinking of joining the military i would recommend to watch this, this shows what it real is like coming back from a war zone and how different people deal with it. Would recommend everyone to watch this to truly understand how it feels to come back home to normal life with what has happened still in your mind.
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Thank You for Your Service (2017)
A group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they've left the battlefield.
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DreamWorks Pictures' Thank You for Your Service follows a group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq who struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they've left the battlefield. Starring an ensemble cast led by Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, Joe Cole, Amy Schumer, Beulah Koale, Scott Haze, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Brad Beyer, Omar J. Dorsey and Jayson Warner Smith, the drama is based on the bestselling book by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author David Finkel. Jason Hall, who wrote the screenplay of American Sniper, makes his directorial debut with Thank You for Your Service and also serves as its screenwriter. Jon Kilik (The Hunger Games series, Babel) produces the film, while Ann Ruark (Biutiful) and Jane Evans (Sin City) executive produces.
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Great eye opening film!Reviewed byCharlieForcesBossVote: 9/10
There are those who drape themselves in the flag. That is one thing. It is quite another to be a patriot. Thank You for Your Service is a film that understands that. Finally, a film that rips into the tragedy of US veteran's healthcare services. We continue to fight endless wars and neglect the people who we send out to fight them. We aren't talking about a film that celebrates jingoism and blind flag waving. Thank You for Your service is an urgent film that calls into question how patriotic we all really are. It explores the affects of PTSD on returning war veterans in devastating fashion. It is painful to see Teller's character and his fellow vets unravel back in the civilized world. Nothing is ever the same, as you would clearly expect. While nothing to really run home and rave about, Thank You for Your Service is truly a noble, righteous film and genuine in it's attempts to honor our green berets.
'THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE': Four Stars (Out of Five)
A war biopic about U.S. soldiers returning home from service in Iraq, and trying to adapt to normal civilian life again. It was written and directed by actor turned first time filmmaker Jason Hall, and it's based on the non-fiction novel (of the same name) by David Finkel. The movie stars Miles Teller, Beulah Koale, Haley Bennett, Joe Cole, Scott Haze and Amy Schumer. It's received mostly positive reviews from critics, and it's also performed very modestly at the Box Office as well. I found it to be a pretty well made war drama, that effectively deals with the subject of PTSD.
The film begins with Sergeant Adam Schumann (Teller), Tausolo Aieti (Koale) and Will Waller (Cole) all returning home from Iraq. Schumann returns with severe depression, to his loving and supportive wife Saskia (Bennett), and their daughter. Waller also returns with severe mental issues, to find that his fiancée has left him with their daughter. Aieti returns to a pregnant wife, grateful to the military for what they've given him. We later learn that all three soldiers suffer from more horrendous PTSD issues than are even first apparent, and they quickly become life threatening for them to have to deal with.
The film is pretty dark and depressing, and it's also very hard to watch (at times) because of it. There's definitely very little humor in it, or even exciting war action scenes (if that's what you're looking for). I think this is a good thing though, because it allows the movie to focus solely on PTSD, and how it deeply changes our heroic soldiers. Teller is great in the lead (like always), and Koale (who I've never heard of before this) gives a more than decent supporting turn. Like I said, it's definitely not a fun time at the movies, by any measure, but it's also definitely worth checking out.