I created an account on here for the sole purpose of reviewing this movie. I ventured into the nearby city (which doesn't happen often) and saw Range 15 last night with a couple of good friends. Myself and my SO are military veterans, our friends are not. I don't go to the movies often, but I've been following this one since it was announced, and it did not disappoint. Was it a blockbuster? Absolutely not. Was it something the veteran community needed? Definitely. It was like South Park and the Walking Dead had a love child. Range 15 is one of those movies where you can turn your brain off for a while and just laugh. The movie even makes fun of itself. It was made by veterans for veterans, so if you need "safe spaces", "trigger warnings", "a safety blanket", believe in political correctness, can't handle lots of cussing, have never really been around military, are under 18, can't handle dark humor, don't like violence, can't handle extremely inappropriate jokes, are a cross-fitting vegan or a hipster, then this movie is not for you.Nothing is left untouched and I laughed so much! I'm going to have to watch it again because I missed some lines from all the laughter and clapping from the audience. This is definitely going in my media collection when it comes out on streaming or DVD. They turned Hollywood on its head and showed that crowd funded entertainment can work.Our friends actually gained an understanding of our dark humor and they enjoyed the film even though some of the in-jokes went over their heads. It was fine though because for the most part, they were laughing as hard as us. As Adam Lineman from Maxim wrote, "If you've ever attended a PETA protest and/or enjoy the smell of patchouli, prepare to hate the *beep* out of this film."
Action Comedy Horror
A group of veterans wake up after a night of partying to find out that the zombie apocalypse has spread across the United States. Together, they must fight their way across the country in order to find a cure for the outbreak and restore freedom before it's too late.
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March 24, 2021 at 9:13 am