Heroism Under Fire In New Michael Bay 13 Hours Trailer


War on terror has been dominating political/ war thriller genre ever since 9-11, will continue in Michael Bay‘s 13 Hours heroism comes under fire. This January The Baymeister takes a break from giant space fighting robots in disguise to a real life worries as six men try to do what is right, check out the latest UK Trailer.

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (now the name of the film in UK too) is Bay addition to America’s war on Terrorism dramatized in the name of entertainment. All taken from a Soldier’s perspective the trailer gives a indication of the action we can expect…

Based on the book 13 Hours: The Insiders Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi, the 13 Hours  tells the true account of the events of 11 September 2012, when Islamic militants attacked the US State Department Special Mission Compound (or the American diplomatic compound) and the five men who went above and beyond to save the lives of their colleagues and fellow countrymen, displaying incredible heroism and self-sacrifice.

When it comes to creating your reputation and what you’ve done before Bay has certainly made his bed and to many finding it hard to get out of it. First Transformers was fun but everyone film after it where critically bad but it’s nice to see him try something outside the Transformers franchise. Ok Pain&Gain wasn’t great but to some was a glimmer of light however this could have Pearl Harbour tone written all over it and over the top one dimensional deplorable sentimantal dross. If it’s action, plenty of explosive gun action 13 Hours may provide that 2 hour escapism as it has plenty. I’m no expert on American politics if I go by true event of this event  this  could be a possible dog bite on Hilary Clinton’s attempt to be U.S next president.

13 Hours is set for 29th January 2016 UK Release (USA 15th January 2016), starring Max Martini, James Badge Dale, Dominic Fumusa, Pablo Schreiber, John Krasinski and David Denman.


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