Movie Review: The Hurt Locker (2008)

From the moment the IED exploded, my expectations fled the scene alongside the bomb’s metal and concrete shrapnel. Despite having all of the elements of a true American made war movie, you know, the tough yet scarred soldiers, innocent bystanders, and a desolate depiction of the Middle East, “The Hurt Locker” has a way of rising above the lovable, tired stereotype. The movie begins by … Continue reading Movie Review: The Hurt Locker (2008)