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Ambush 2023 123movies

Ambush 2023 123movies

The enemy is everywhere.Feb. 24, 2023104 Min.
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Watch: Ambush 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – A group of young elite commandos, led by Captain Drummond are tasked with collecting highly classified information that can change the fate of the war..
Plot: When a small outpost is ambushed, a US Army squad must take the battle below ground on a high-stakes mission in a new type of warfare the likes of which they have never seen.
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The politics of war
As in war, not every aspect of the film Ambush probably goes as it was strategically intended in pre-production, but its heart, politics, and key performances fight hard to make a difference and by the end of its hour and 40 minute running time can claim victory.

The year is 1966. The setting is a small firebase in Quan Tri erected and secured by a corp of young inexperienced engineers with next to no bona fides in combat. The platoon is commanded by Cpl. Ackerman (Connor Paolo) – who is educated and savvy but trepidatious because he knows what he does not know… and his men know it too. The titular ambush takes place above ground – the enemy appearing out of nowhere in the midst of the camp’s secured perimeter – during which they manage to steal an important dossier before being repelled. The remainder of the film mostly takes place underground as Ackerman and his team are tasked with the mission of mapping the Vietcong’s ‘subway system’, the labyrinth of tunnels they have constructed in the area that allow them free and unseen movement in their battles against the Americans.

Once in the tunnels, the film takes on more of an effective horror film vibe with booby traps, silence, claustrophobia, sudden attacks and a John Carpenteresque 80’s soundtrack. But the film never lets the viewer forget that the real horror is the lethal mix of the politics of war and the caste system of the armed forces. To this end, the film’s finale is particularly forceful.

Aaron Eckhart as General Drummond, remotely directing the operation, does his steely best, but his performance, literally over the phone, is detached in a multitude of ways. Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Special Forces operative Miller, who is knowledgeable about the tunnels but stays above ground, provides an understanding and a Zen-like calmness to the endeavor, a welcome counterbalance to the barking of the other higher-ups. But the real pulse of the story and heart of the film is Connor Paolo’s portrayal of Ackerman who’s journey from trying hard to conceal his fears about protecting his men above ground to revealing his deep care, compassion and responsibility for them underground is truly moving.

For a low budget war film with what appeared to be an extremely short shooting schedule, Ambush tells a story about the politics of war well worth seeing. The fact that it eschews back stories of both the larger and the smaller life forms benefits it theme: that at the end of the chess game, all the pieces – kings, queens, bishops, knights and pawns – go back in the same box.

Review By: Doctor-of-Nothing
The politics of war
As in war, not every aspect of the film Ambush probably goes as it was strategically intended in pre-production, but its heart, politics, and key performances fight hard to make a difference and by the end of its hour and 40 minute running time can claim victory.

The year is 1966. The setting is a small firebase in Quan Tri erected and secured by a corp of young inexperienced engineers with next to no bona fides in combat. The platoon is commanded by Cpl. Ackerman (Connor Paolo) – who is educated and savvy but trepidatious because he knows what he does not know… and his men know it too. The titular ambush takes place above ground – the enemy appearing out of nowhere in the midst of the camp’s secured perimeter – during which they manage to steal an important dossier before being repelled. The remainder of the film mostly takes place underground as Ackerman and his team are tasked with the mission of mapping the Vietcong’s ‘subway system’, the labyrinth of tunnels they have constructed in the area that allow them free and unseen movement in their battles against the Americans.

Once in the tunnels, the film takes on more of an effective horror film vibe with booby traps, silence, claustrophobia, sudden attacks and a John Carpenteresque 80’s soundtrack. But the film never lets the viewer forget that the real horror is the lethal mix of the politics of war and the caste system of the armed forces. To this end, the film’s finale is particularly forceful.

Aaron Eckhart as General Drummond, remotely directing the operation, does his steely best, but his performance, literally over the phone, is detached in a multitude of ways. Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Special Forces operative Miller, who is knowledgeable about the tunnels but stays above ground, provides an understanding and a Zen-like calmness to the endeavor, a welcome counterbalance to the barking of the other higher-ups. But the real pulse of the story and heart of the film is Connor Paolo’s portrayal of Ackerman who’s journey from trying hard to conceal his fears about protecting his men above ground to revealing his deep care, compassion and responsibility for them underground is truly moving.

For a low budget war film with what appeared to be an extremely short shooting schedule, Ambush tells a story about the politics of war well worth seeing. The fact that it eschews back stories of both the larger and the smaller life forms benefits it theme: that at the end of the chess game, all the pieces – kings, queens, bishops, knights and pawns – go back in the same box.

Review By: Doctor-of-Nothing

Other Information:

Original Title Ambush
Release Date 2023-02-24
Release Year 2023

Original Language en
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Rated R
Genre Action, Thriller
Director Mark Burman
Writer Mark Burman, Johnny Lozano, Michael McClung
Actors Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Aaron Eckhart, Connor Paolo
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Ambush 2023 123movies
Ambush 2023 123movies
Original title Ambush
TMDb Rating 5.5 4 votes

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