After a failed assassination attempt, a soldier finds himself stranded in the desert. Exposed to the elements, he must survive the dangers of the desert and battle the psychological and physical tolls of the treacherous conditions.
In April 1980, armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London and took all inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of ... See full summary »
Nicholas Irving, former US RANGER Sniper and author of The Reaper is a technical advisor on this project. Irving was nicknamed "the reaper" during his tours of duty in Afghanistan See more »
When Isaac is hiding against the wall, you can see tally marks on the wall behind. A few moments later, he makes those tally marks. See more »
[sighting through his scope from a bush]
Nothin'. Hit n' run. Whoever it was they're gone. War's over, he got the memo.
[on his radio]
We got no movement, not a sign of a shadow... How long we been here, man? 18, plus?
Jesus. There's nobody fuckin' out there, man.
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I went into the theater thinking this would be a modern Enemy at the gates. Instead I got what felt like a horrible sequel to a movie never that never made it off the drawing board. If someone was writing a budget sequel to Phone Booth and decided to rip off the plot to The Hills have eyes 2, then you would have The Wall. The movie was basically empty thrills with an obvious end to each. I felt like I was watching more of a bad slasher flick then a drama/thriller. The ending was really bad, it ruined what little the movie had going for it.
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