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Afghan Luke
Afghan Luke
Actors: Nick Stahl, Stephen Lobo, Ali Liebert, Nicolas Wright, Lewis Black
Director: Mike Clattenburg
R     2012     1hr 37min

After his expose on a government cover-up in Afghanistan is buried by his editors, a battlefield journalist returns with his opium-fueled best friend in search of the truth. They embark on an perilous mission that includes...  more »

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Actors: Nick Stahl, Stephen Lobo, Ali Liebert, Nicolas Wright, Lewis Black
Director: Mike Clattenburg
Studio: Screen Media
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 05/15/2012
Release Year: 2012
Run Time: 1hr 37min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
Subtitles: English

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Reviewed on 1/5/2017...
As a black comedy pilot for a sitcom this film has potential. As a chunk of so-called 'reality,' however, this film is abysmal. Having been there and done that in Bosnia and good ol' Kandy-Har-Har, let me tell you this film is an 'entertainment' full of stereotypes about the locals, the realities of war and journos. The silly plot concerns the one true-blue Canadian or American reporter(it's never quite clear) and his high-ass opium smoking sidekick returning to the front after his expose of a giant cover-up in Afghanistan gets spiked by his loathsome editor. Their search for truth involves firefights, nonstop Vietnam-style dope parties with the military, and--what a surprise!-- a kidnapping by suitably clownish, corrupt and ignorant Afghans and lots of war-is-hell-but-the-camraderie-is-great tropes. A nice cameo from Lewis Black, who never fails to crack me up, but the truth is, unless Canadians move to the U.S.. like Judd Apatow and his Vancouver mafia, Canadians just don't 'get' Americans. Admittedly, I'm a little too biassed to lighten up on this fairly funny bit of Canuck fluff, but, If you just want a shoot-'em-up entertainment, be my guest!
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