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Naval Action Flick ‘Hunter Killer’ Is Pretty Much ‘Olympus Has Fallen’ On A Submarine | Task and Purpose
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Naval Action Flick ‘Hunter Killer’ Is Pretty Much ‘Olympus Has Fallen’ On A Submarine | Task and Purpose

If you’ve been anxiously waiting for the next great brooding naval war flick, where the sonar pings from a glowing control panel are all the crew (and you the viewer) have to navigate the dangers ahead, then Hunter Killer will likely let you down.

But if you are looking for a balls-out action flick with a few erroneous “oorahs,” a serious moto-boner for challenge coins that’s never explained on-screen, and over-the-top shootouts — on land, at sea, and at the bottom of the ocean — that’ll leave cringing, laughing, but nonetheless entertained, then Hunter Killer may be more your bag.

A Navy SEAL team chock full of operator beards, ball caps and a clean-shaven “FNG” with a neck tattoo is dispatched to gather intel on the ground. After HALO-jumping through a thunderstorm, the SEALs make their way deep into Russian territory and discover that the Russian president has been taken hostage by his own defense minister, who aims to launch a first strike against the United States and then claim his place atop the ash heap.

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