Slow start, but eventually, I liked it. The dialog seemed very stilted at the start, but maybe that's how they talk in the military. Then the explosions started; and they went on, and on, and on... The first 30 minutes of the film is a pyrotechnic's dream. You can't see where the explosions are coming from, and neither can the American soldiers, because they keep saying "I can't see anything." I think they might have been trying to build up to seeing the "enemy", but if it was, it failed. Finally the movie starts with some dialog and characters. It's a little cheesy at times, but bearable for me. Overall it was OK, not a must see, but I was glad I saw it. I'd give it 2 stars, but if I were splitting it up, I'd give the first half of the movie 1/2 stars and the second half 2 1/2.