Act of Valor second trailer
Another trailer has arrived for the film Act of Valor, the action film starring active Navy SEALS soldiers doing what they do and in some cases portraying actual Navy SEALS missions, pulled together in a big storyline with plenty of highly realistic action.
It looks like it could turn out to be a strong film, and certainly this second trailer suggests just that. You might recognise a face or two in the film for it doesn't look like it is all non-actors.
When the rescue of a kidnapped CIA op leads to the discovery of a terrorist plot, a team of SEALs is dispatched on a worldwide manhunt. As the valiant men of Bandito Platoon race to stop an attack that could kill thousands of US civilians, they must balance commitment to their country, team and families.
As I said previously it sounds like, and looks like, a film version of Rainbow Six with real soldiers, and that can't be a bad thing can it?
The new trailer which comes through First Showing gives a little more feel for the wider story and shows more of first person footage from the head cameras that might make up the missions themselves. While you might think that could end up looking cheesy and like some poor horror films before it, remember this, soldiers sometimes do wear cameras like this and these relay pictures back to command as part of their real time monitoring of the mission. We've recently heard of this in a rather high profile American mission.
Act of Valor has so much potential. Here's the new trailer through First Showing: